Ellen Pasternack

Ellen Pasternack is a PhD student in evolutionary biology at the University of Oxford. She can be found on twitter at @pastasnack_e.

A new school of biological thinking runs counter to fundamental scientific truths and functions

Could Billie Eilish lead a mainstream pushback against the excesses of 2010s “choice feminism”?

It would be easy to deride Emily Ratajowski as a hypocrite, but there is something deeper underneath her famous looks

The Genetic Lottery is not the only book published this summer to tackle controversial topics in biology

Last week Cambridge University Student Union published a guide to “Spotting TERFS in the Field”

Persuasion works: three new books by gender critical feminists have captured public attention in spite of publishers

Female-only drivers are an obvious safety feature that has yet to be implemented

The lengths people will go to appear tolerant are getting out of hand

The ruling that under 16s should be assumed unable to consent to puberty blockers means that this unregulated experiment may finally be drawing to a close

Emily Wheater and Ellen Pasternack say the gender change lobby is failing young people who change their mind