Ella Whelan

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

Kill the bill to save democracy — not self care routines

The new women’s safety app is the logical endpoint of feminism’s culture of fear

There are times when precaution stands in the way of what is right

We need to restore a sense of generational solidarity

Narcissistic identity politics perpetuates that other people are dangerous things that require controlling by activists who “get it”

Surrogacy bans set sexist restrictions on women’s bodies

The Guardian’s redacting controversial commentary on the gender wars does a disservice to readers

Young people need to be taught resilience, not how to revel in trauma and fragility

Feminist protests put a puritanical limit on the aesthetic quality of nudity

If anyone is going to be over-cautious about vaccines, it’s pregnant women