Marina Benjamin on the curious logic of modern identity politics.
By defining all of us as “pre-pregnant”, women are afforded all the blame – but none of the control.
The women’s website Bustle asks its writers to fill out a checklist covering every possible personal angle; it puts a low-market value on their most intimate truths.
The people who asked why I hadn't written on the attacks weren't really interested in my opinion - they wanted me to say what they wanted to hear.
It's hard to listen to Rob Titchener controlling Helen on The Archers. But a new real-life piece of legislation will hopefully make a difference for women like her – and me.
Barbie's rebrand is about capitalism far more than feminism.
Today there is a loophole in our legislation that allows men to purchase girls as young as thirteen each and every day, knowing full well they will virtually never be charged; and if charged, they’re unlikely to see court.
We live in an age when sincerity is taken for stupidity and cleverness is making sure that no one can ever pin you down.
The advertising of skin whitening products has shifted from the downright offensive to the consciously discreet, but the range on offer keeps proliferating.
I find it hard to hate pro-life protestors - but I'm not in County Down, where a 21-year-old is being prosecuted for “attempting to procure a miscarriage”.
Once a fearless pensions campaigner, the Minister has failed to clear up the government's mess over state pensions for an entire generation of women.
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