Josephine Bartosch

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

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

Mary Wollstonecraft’s statue is a failed attempt to depict an “everywoman”

A judicial review has been brought to challenge HMPPS policy which allows men who identify as women to mix with female prisoners

The WEP has been neutered by the same sexist stereotypes it claims to fight against

Thanks to transgender activism in politics, it is now forbidden to acknowledge that women face sexism because of sex

New Department for Education guidance helps to quell the fallacy of ‘transgender children’

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