Today’s new law against non-fatal strangulation sends a message that violence against women is a crime, not a kink

It’s enough to make you go postal

What American journalism’s “teaching moments” teach us about American journalism

New revelations about Hollywood producer Scott Rudin are a sad but unsurprising indictment on the entire industry and its practices

In the wake of renewed controversy over Philip Roth’s treatment of women, Nigel Jones asks whether there is a link between creative genius and sexual unorthodoxy

Hollywood is often a slimy, cynical business, but weaponizing feminism against a critic you don’t like is a new low

Once we start using the political concerns of the adult world to moralise about the imaginative realm of children, we’re in trouble

Luciano Garbati’s new work expresses a widespread decline in symbolic literacy

The intolerance of the professional class means a supreme court judge must now live in infamy