Sarah Ditum is a journalist who writes regularly for the Guardian, New Statesman and others. Her website is here.
A recent Radio 4 programme has sparked debate over how to define the gender of children who don't conform to sexist stereotypes.
The question isn’t whether this is a necessary or an effective approach - it is why it’s taken so long to get to this point?
High profile supporters including the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn have expressed support for the scandal-rocked Labour MP.
What did the media see in her that made her the perfect victim? The grotesque answer is, the same things as the man who murdered her did.
A new parliamentary report seeks to expand how far a doctor’s “conscientious objection” to providing abortion can stretch.
Recent history shows that whatever the other variables are, Labour women struggle to win internal party elections.
I’ve spent too long now watching the class I belong to live on its own sense of moral rectitude, says Sarah Ditum.
Just how bad could it be? Let’s be alarmist: really bad. Twentieth-century European history bad. Recessions, pogroms, the lot.
Jeremy Corbyn never wanted Remain to win, and every gutless performance showed that. Labour voters deserve better.
Confirmation bias is always a powerful thing. We’re always hungry for scraps that can support our own narratives and reinforce our belief that we are right.
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