Sarah Ditum is a journalist who writes regularly for the Guardian, New Statesman and others. Her website is here.
In these fictions, the future has caught up with “those of gender-fluid persuasions”.
Dean’s history of sexual offences was ignored in calls for her to be housed in the female estate.
Victims of the USA Gymnastics doctor were shamed into silence, now their voices are being heard.
The novel is a kind of plea that we should make our ideas of intimacy from more than porn, but is it more than porn itself?
Questions about support for women in Parliament remain unanswered.
Men benefit from extremely low standards when it comes to feminism.
When a woman comes forward, she knows her credibility will be undermined.
From Phil Spector to Roman Polanski, we ignore the signs of danger.
Binding women into relationships – however unsatisfactory they might be – was part of the Universal Credit project from the beginning.
The formerly obscure acronym Terf – short for “trans-exclusionary radical feminist” – has begun to appear in newspaper headlines. Why?