Identity Politics

d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals

Unfettered praise of Virginia Woolf as a “liberated writer” has paved the way for an inexplicably popular type of bad writing

The trans debate was less toxic when it was a process, not an identity

Kathleen Stock’s new book is exactly the kind of forensic, generous intervention the ongoing trans debate sorely needs

LNER – the railway that is too LGBTQI+ inclusive for “ladies and gentlemen”

The pseudo-Foucault distorts Foucauldian doctrine not in pursuit of truth, but as a strategy of power

In a world of superficial identity politics, Alexandra Wilson’s book offers a nuanced narrative

Is there any clear route out of the philosophical modernity and nihilism that plague our reality?

James Jeffrey explains why he won’t be signing up for a BLM-mandated commune anytime soon

How did identity come to be political and cultural ground zero?