Josephine Bartosch

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

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

The Feminist Library holds the keys to grassroots feminist knowledge built up over decades – it should not kowtow to trans activists

The removal of Parler from app stores has made it clear that online opinions exist at the sufferance of those providing the soap box

Rather than reflecting the opinions of the people, under Ofcom’s new code televised media risks becoming a tool to enforce conformity

Why is it that Eddie Izzard strutting in heels is perceived as more progressive than us boring old vulva-owners in our flat shoes?

Moral boundaries are being eroded by the rise of sex robots that claim to be “the perfect companion”

An organisation founded to support victims of male sexual violence are apparently prioritising the feelings of men

Josephine Bartosch says that far from facilitating an enriching meeting of minds, the online world is producing a dystopian world that is breaking us apart

Human rights organisations in Ireland are calling for the disenfranchisement of those who do not share their political views