Josephine Bartosch

Jo Bartosch is a writer and campaigner for the rights of women & girls.

Maya Forstater’s win at the Employment Appeals Tribunal is a victory for humanity

Keir Starmer’s endorsement of self-ID will do little to persuade voters that the Labour Party is alive to the concerns of ordinary people

Stonewall’s younger sibling compares their opponents to the Nazis

Anti-carceral activists want to shut prisons, but ignore sexual offenders

On the second day of Maya Forstater’s appeal, Josephine Bartosch says victory would result in heterodox thinkers breathing a sigh of relief

Backlash to the LGB Alliance’s charitable status shows that organisations which once stood-up for the right to be homosexual now undermine the concept

Young people’s bodies have become collateral damage in the ongoing culture wars as politicians continue to pander to trans ideology

Sisters Uncut have more in common with the thuggish police officers from the Clapham Common vigil than they would care to admit

The avoidance of the word “woman” in relation to pregnancy is part of a wider assault on women’s rights from transgender activists

How choosing a trans-woman to read Virginia Woolf’s most intimate words is at odds with the crux of this Charleston Trust event