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Louise Perry is a New Statesman contributing writer and a campaigner against sexual violence.
I propose a solution to the sexuality gap based on a fundamental feminist claim: unwanted sex is worse than sexual frustration.
The pedestal that the country has given the England football squad is not only understandable, but entirely justified.
How evolutionary theory explains why men and women seduce, deceive, abandon and hurt each other.
After a series of scandals, the charity is clinging to the simplistic ideology of identity politics to bolster its moral authority.
It is the left who are especially sensitive to perceived betrayal, and it is therefore left-leaning people who are most often cast out as traitors.
The superficial squabbling of the culture wars conceals a class conflict that is in fact deeply serious.
For defenders of the industry, it is the genetic link that matters, not the long months of pregnancy that transform a single cell into a legal person.
It is wrong to assume that publicly talking about sex will necessarily lead to people having better sex lives.
We should be aware of America’s cultural imperialism, whether it comes in the form of Coca-Cola or virtuous political causes.
Flashy stunts are not the answer to the climate crisis stalemate.