Ben Sixsmith

Ben Sixsmith is an English writer living in Poland who contributes to the Spectator USA, Quillette and other publications.

Parental regret should be taboo — because the children might be listening

Kyle Rittenhouse isn’t a cause, but a consequence

The problematic discourse is disingenuous opportunism

You have to wonder what the government has against the young

Like Peter Cook, he made being funny seem as natural as yawning

The bleak origins of Drill music shouldn’t be forgotten

Commentators used 9/11 to keep framing the world as liberty versus totalitarianism

Why did Sarah Hussein’s death not attract anything like the interest in Sarah Everard?

Michel Houellebecq’s prescient, mocking critiques of our debased modern world