Helen Lewis is associate editor of the New Statesman. She regularly appears on BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and the News Quiz, and is writing a history of feminism for Jonathan Cape.
It’s an astonishing play; if only the production weren’t turned up to 11 throughout.
It’s hideously expensive and pointless – but the real problem, its architect has always claimed, is that the people implementing it just didn't believe enough. Sound familiar?
No other editor will have the same power he had during his 26 years at the Mail. His departure from the Daily Mail will trigger a sea-change in the British media.
In this play, rape matters only for how it affects the plot – not the victim.
In repealing the Eighth Amendment, the country vowed to stop treating women like mere vessels that might one day contain a more important life.
Together For Yes ran an inspirational, effective campaign: feminists and progressives everywhere can learn from it.
The Irish Times predicts that Ireland voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment to its constitution by 68 per cent to 32 per cent.
Under the social media buzz, there is no complacency among the campaigners to Repeal the Eighth amendment about their chances of victory.
When banal life advice comes from your mum, it’s nagging. When it comes from a renegade professor with a Patreon, it’s worth $80,000 a month.
Your sex life is scrutinised. Your womb becomes public property. Being a royal bride has always been an absurd and demeaning job.