As feminists, we must hold on to our victimhood at all costs. It is the source of our strength

Louise Perry says there is nothing demeaning about work traditionally done by women

Natascha Engel reviews Difficult Women, by Helen Lewis

Patrick Hamilton, the writer who inadvertently coined the term, had his own victims

The younger Harry Potter stars made their disagreement abundantly clear with the woman who made them

How we underestimate the women in Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte

I came to mock the Canadian guru but stayed to respect the depth of his thought

A pandemic is no excuse to forget the Science of Equality

We need the freedom to choose home life over the market

Alexander Adams reviews Women Can’t Paint by Helen Gørrill