Feminism

Why crime writers need to move on from serial femicide

The obsession with breastfeeding is hindering women’s freedom of choice

How the gender battle is shaking-up British party politics. With Graham Stewart and Josephine Bartosch

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

Larman on the Editor hounded off Twitter for saying male novelists are being excluded

No one who supports bans on sex selective abortions has the right to call themselves a feminist

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