Sarah Ditum is a journalist who writes regularly for the Guardian, New Statesman and others. Her website is here.
If women were the ones with power – the kind that men are coached to inhabit from the second their penis is identified – Theresa May would not be embroiled in a row about her trousers.
The survey shows that the majority of women who are killed by men suffer their fate at the hands of a current or former partner.
If we treat gender purely as a matter of self-declaration, the system is open to abuse.
Naomi Alderman's The Power imagines how women would behave if they, not men, were the dominant gender.
In the wake of the cancellation of a public debate on this subject, one of the speakers shares her view on where society's approach to gender nonconformity is going wrong.
Melania Trump's recent defence of her husband's indefensible comments, shows why a Cinton victory is vital.
If Trump can still win after this latest scandal then we'll know there isn't a sliver of sanity left in American democracy.
No woman should be kept in the dark about their pregnancy.
Two writers present the arguments for and against.
A recent Radio 4 programme has sparked debate over how to define the gender of children who don't conform to sexist stereotypes.
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