Games as ballet, a playwright on the medium, and (sorry) me talking about ladies, again.
Twelve months of disgraceful discrimination.
From the new patriotism to Ed Miliband's Jewish heritage, the best NS writing on identity.
We have to change the mindset that says women's choices must be “won” or “awarded”.
Josie Long recalls the student protests, UK Uncut and her activism over two years of Tory government, and celebrates the joy of “coming out” as a feminist.
If that’s respect, I’m Chrétien de Troyes.
When you’re a teenager you’re angry about everything, without necessarily knowing why. Steven Baxter suggests that it’s time for the grown-up teenagers to get properly angry – the kind of anger that comes with intimate knowledge of everything that’s gone
You probably feel guilty when you see a homeless person, but don't know what to do for the best. Now, you can call Streetlink and they will work with local services to get the person off the street and into accommodation.
Sex work isn’t stigmatised because it is dangerous. Sex work is dangerous because it is stigmatised.
Think how refreshing it would be if, once in a while, people admitted that they weren't sure about things.
Former dominatrix Nichi Hodgson was stunned to discover that the pictures that accompanied her article on how to safely spank a man were deemed officially "too racy" for the paper that proudly prints Page 3.
A response to an article by a rapist in the Good Men Project.
One generation’s social problem has become the next generation’s proud family history.
A YouGov study finds that Britons will be drinking whilst the French say Christmas has lost its "true meaning".
The losers in the generation game have to play the grown-up and care for elderly parents.
All it takes is a fake British accent and some background barking to instigate a major breach of medical confidentiality.
Keeping dads connected to their children during their sentence gives them purpose.
Kate has been forced to announce she's expecting early. Even though Glosswitch miscarried after doing the same, she says she doesn't regret it.
Anyone who has raised a child on their own knows it's a tough job. Why is there such a stigma attached to single parenthood?
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out in London" column.
“That’s the one thing we had in common, dark meat.” We’ve all been there, Larry.
Who is ultimately responsible for keeping children safe – their parents, or the state?
An age-old profession is getting a new lease of life as the super-rich demand their very own Jeeves.
Guess Who should get better PR.
Dirk Manning is wrong: there is no doubt that the fake geek girl meme exists to specifically criticise women.
Will Self's "Madness of Crowds" column.
The tragic case of a woman who was miscarrying, who died because doctors wouldn't give her a termination, shows the danger of fetishising the life of the unborn child.
Rethink's Schizophrenia Commission shows how a technocratic system is letting patients down.
Less sentiment, more search-optimisation - that's the way forward, says Sarah Ditum (née Webster).
A response to Rachel Cusk's New Statesman article "The anorexic statement".