Ella Whelan

Ella Whelan is a journalist and the author of What Women Want (Connor Court Publishing)

Once we start using the political concerns of the adult world to moralise about the imaginative realm of children, we’re in trouble

After months of misery and lockdowns, the prospect of losing Christmas would be disastrous for so many

Brexit showed the ruling elite is still terrified by Trotsky’s ideas of working class upheaval

Having the support of constituents is now secondary to Twitter popularity

Biden’s cheerleaders prove there’s nothing to get excited about

The “unconscious bias” theory is detrimental in the fight against racism

The obsession with breastfeeding is hindering women’s freedom of choice

No one who supports bans on sex selective abortions has the right to call themselves a feminist

Ella Whelan explains why we all need to start talking, in person, again

Is it transphobic to say women get periods? Don’t be daft, says Ella Whelan