Glosswitch is a feminist mother of three who works in publishing.
The law can, and should, recognise that women’s access to work and the financial rewards that come with it is not the same as men’s.
There’s something about that march, and about pro-Remain discourse in general, that is making me uneasy.
We need to understand the links between sport, masculinity and violence.
Jennie Gray, mother of Ellie Butler, has been widely condemned for her “evil” part in her daughter’s death. But Gray was also a victim of Ben Butler.
New uniform codes are spreading across schools to help transgender pupils. But if we want to be truly progressive, we should abolish segregated clothing altogether.
We can be angry about the appalling case of Brock Allen Turner, just as we have been angry so many times before. But it doesn’t stop men wanting to rape us.
Privately educated people claiming they want job applications to remain “class-blind” are simply endorsing an unfair system stacked in their favour.
Women are encouraged to fight over the "best" way to give birth - but it's just another way to fracture any potential for female solidarity.
From the pilots filing claims against Frontier to Adele at the Oscars, we need to stop being shocked that lactating breasts produce milk even without a cute baby around to suckle.
In the grand scheme of things, being seen as a mere babysitter is less dehumanising than being seen as a mere woman.
We notice you have ad blocking software enabled. Support the New Statesman’s quality, independent journalism by contributing now — and this message will disappear for the next 30 days.
If we cannot support the site on advertising revenue, we will have to introduce a pay wall — meaning fewer readers will have access to our incisive analysis, comprehensive culture coverage and groundbreaking long reads.