Glosswitch is a feminist mother of three who works in publishing.
The mainstream left has no right to be shocked about sex for rent. It’s the logical conclusion of a pseudo-feminist politics which refuses to engage fully with power and labour redistribution.
Some of the parenting forum discussions have a stressed-out future consort written all over them.
The government is limiting child tax credits to two children. But its policies on the "right" number of children don't add up.
The case of Fakhara Khan should make us ask: can a woman be too privileged to need feminism?
A critique with hindsight.
What happens to a female person who rejects femininity without also being prepared to embrace masculinity? In modern gender politics, they're not really anything.
Looking after the young and old falls more heavily on women. Our society needs to acknowledge that prosperity is built on women's unpaid labour.
The more we've started to talk about eating disorders, the more insipid and diluted our political analysis has become.
Why, if the fate of the fictional Offred is so horrifying, is the fate of real-life women in surrogacy hostels causing so little outrage?
Whether it's Simon Baron-Cohen on female brains to Richard Dawkins patronising feminists, I'm glad I read (and hated) these books.
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