Glosswitch is a feminist mother of three who works in publishing.
The World Health Organisation’s new definition of infertility enshrines a man’s right to do to women what patriarchy has always done to them – own their bodies.
It’s not hard. The Brexiteers’ tantrums are a parody of how children behave.
Sarah Jessica Parker's new TV series which charts the decline of a marriage is no laughing matter.
"To everyone else my mental illness made me more female than ever: fragile, weak, unfit even to offer an accurate account of my innermost experiences."
We don’t know if Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s parenting styles clashed, but we do know how childcare can shift a relationship’s dynamic – particularly along gender lines.
The new children's wing of the Corbyn-supporting movement blurs the boundaries between public and private activism in a way that is long overdue.
As MPs urge the government to tackle widespread sexual offences among pupils, we are still aiming to teach boys the “acceptable” level of misogyny, rather than equality.
Celebrating an archaic idea of masculinity won't help solve the problem of boys underperforming at school.
The so-called “milkmen’s kids law” would seek protection for men who feel they have been duped into raising children they believe are not biologically theirs – at the expense of women’s rights.
Forcing people to live in a body where they do not feel at home causes intense, often unbearable suffering.
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