Saturday, 25 November 2017

For BBC Women's Hour: Know your place!

A dream come true! I got interviewed on BBC Women's Hour! Me and Cath Bore are about 7 minutes in.

For Open Democracy 50:50: Living without men

I really enjoyed writing this feature for Open Democracy 50:50 on women-only communities, organising and living down the ages.

For the New Statesman: If you're scared of a boy in a tutu, ask yourself whose side you're on

I wrote a first response for the New Statesman on the CofE guidance on sexist, transphobic and homophobic bullying.

For the Pool: Trump Trauma One Year On

On the anniversary of waking up to Trump, I wrote for the Pool about the trauma of that morning.

Friday, 27 October 2017

For the New Statesman: Jacob Rees-Mogg is wrong again

The NS used a different headline.


Male Twitter has of course decided I am the *worst* as a result of this piece. 

For politics.co.uk: We need to stop using sexism as a political pawn

Funny how so many people care about misogyny when it means they can have a go at people they don't like.

I wrote this about how sexism isn't a pawn in your left-right game.

For Prospect UK: review of Cynthia Cockburn's Looking to London

I reviewed Cynthia Cockburn's newest, Looking to London.

This also appeared in the print ed.