Josephine Bartosch

Jo Bartosch is a writer, feminist campaigner and recovering Marxist. She is director of Click Off, a campaign group formed to raise awareness about the harms of pornography.

Women’s rights are not deemed to be a political cause worthy of protest

Profiling might not be popular but there is often a truth lurking under stereotypes

Homosexuals and bisexuals need to unite to put fetishes back in the closet

Trans extremists are calling for Rosie Duffield MP to lose the Labour whip – yet even she is not willing to offer a full throated defence of scientific truth

How civil liberties organisations are more concerned with playing to their online audiences

How internet communities are validating the fragile egos of adolescents

Small people like me face life-long discrimination – and now size has been “medicalised” for profit by drugs companies

The protesters marching through Cheltenham have more in common with race goers than they’d care to imagine

The creators of the internet can’t stand the idea we have messy, human bodies

Josephine Bartosch explains how the urge not to cause offence has plunged the UK into a “gender theocracy”