Kittie Helmick

Kittie Helmick studied comparative literature at the University of Oxford after volunteering as an English teacher in South Africa. In 2014, she founded Salt and Iron:, an online magazine that sharpens Christian writing to season our culture.

Sohrab Ahmari’s anti-business prescriptions fail to convince

The modern battle for women’s rights has now fallen prey to a self-defeating brand of power politics

An attempt to boost school diversity has lowered standards

Revisiting the thinkers who challenged the scientific method’s claims to have a monopoly on the truth and offer privileged access to reality

And theory itself has killed it

The secret to liberation is becoming a man

Feminists have to do better in the fight against trans ideology

The prince of paradox predicted the absurdities of Covid lockdowns

When did it become okay to degrade children?

Finnish MP’s case could set a precedent for “unacceptable” beliefs across Europe