The topsy-turvy world of intersectional feminism

Apr 23, 2022 by

by Joanna Williams, spiked: Why is a school at the heart of a sex-abuse scandal asking pupils to check their privilege? This time last year, a new website made national headlines. Everyone’s Invited detailed thousands of incidents of...

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Making misogyny a hate crime misses the point

Apr 3, 2022 by

by Josephine Bartosch, The Critic: Women need better application of the law, not new legislation from posturing MPs. When Stella Creasy MP stood up in parliament last week and made the case for adding “misogyny” to the statute, many were...

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The feminist case against abortion

Dec 24, 2021 by

by Mary Harrington, UnHerd: This year, Erika Bachiochi won the dubious honour of being perhaps the first feminist to have been threatened with no-platforming by a conservative association — for being too conservative. In late November,...

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The transgender trap, Part 2

Nov 4, 2021 by

by Belinda Brown, TCW: This is the second part of a two-part essay prompted by the resignation of philosophy professor Dr Kathleen Stock, who was hounded out of Sussex University for saying people cannot change their biological sex. Part...

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How feminism ate itself

Sep 22, 2021 by

by Kat Rosenfield, UnHerd: The call for intersectionality was the movement’s death knell. More than anything, the social justice landscape is defined by one alchemical process. A viral essay is condensed to a catchphrase, which...

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How Judith Butler’s gender theories sidelined women

Sep 16, 2021 by

by Raquel Rosario Sanchez, spiked: […]  Butler, like other postmodernists, promotes the idea that ‘discourse’ constructs reality. She argues that reality can be torn apart by subverting the linguistic categories used to describe...

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