Glosswitch is a feminist mother of three who works in publishing.
A Christian family took their child out of school because a classmate wore trousers one day, a dress the next.
The most staunch defenders of essential gender differences know their value system would fall apart at the slightest touch.
Team Fawcett and Team Pankhurst are supposedly vying for a statue outside Parliament.
We don’t need the “personal choice” to sit in a non-segregated carriage to become the new short skirt.
Many men in TV and film praised for their powerful women are still writing with the male gaze.
There’s nothing emotional or touching about sitting in an office sick room, desperately trying to drain your boobs before the next meeting starts.
The everyday misery of care work is hidden behind abstract arguments over life and death.
The aisles are filled with items to “fix” women's bodies, but somehow preventing pregnancy is irresponsible.
A new book charts the many subtle ways boys and girls are treated differently.
It’s a perfectly logical response to the onslaught of negative messages women and girls receive about their bodies.