For so long, I’ve been held back by the sexist male genius paradox.
The backlash against the movement has started, and it includes many prominent women.
Though both have the power to speak out, their messages are about acheving equality for all women.
Taiwan’s supreme court has just ruled that two sons are contractually obliged to pay their mother a percentage of their earnings.
I can’t talk to my family about politics. I’ve become the other to them.
A story in the New Yorker offers an unforgiving look at the ways gender makes victims of us all.
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq’s reminder that labour hurts was not interpreted positively.
But one man turning a group of ten women into a male noun is fine.
Some feminists have dreamed of mechanising human production.
Parents say they smack children “under pressure”. From personal experience I can confirm this is utter nonsense.
If you’d asked me about this 30 years ago, I’d have said we just needed to wait it out.