Rosie Millard

Rosie Millard is a British journalist.

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From courts to catwalks, the penis is enjoying a moment in the sun

Whether you're in Germany, Paris or Hull, there's only one topic on everyone's mind

Neglect, prejudice and invisibility in the classrooms and playground is a way of life for LGBT children

If the price of saving gay children from bullying is to ghettoise them, then so be it

It might sound drastic, but homophobia is having fatal consequences in our schools

Hurrah! Tesco and Amazon are finally getting a taste of failure

Profits are down at the supermarket, while sales of the Kindle have begun to slow

Baroness Butler-Sloss has today stepped down as chairman of a wide-ranging inquiry into child abuse claims

I don’t worry about the pitch of my voice – and nor should any woman

Sorry Lady Butler-Sloss, but one doesn't have to to speak like a chap, in order to be taken seriously anymore

A pill for obesity is a step closer, with two separate studies showing that it may be possible to influence the body’s tendency to build up damaging fat deposits beneath the skin

Being fat is the last social taboo. It is the actual elephant in the room

But would you be willing to wag your finger at an obese friend?

A female US soldier eats breakfast while on tour in Afghanistan

All’s fair in love and war? Not until female soldiers can join the men on the front line

I suspect that the same arguments against women were used 100 years ago, when they couldn't vote

'Newsroom' creator Aaron Sorkin said that Alena Smith was 'excused from the room' for failing to 'move on' from her objections to the storyline

Aaron Sorkin thinks actresses are held back by their gender, but it's his shoddy Hollywood writing that's really to blame

The writer has been caught arguing that female film roles are easier than male ones

75 councils use car-mounted cameras to automatically issue drivers with fines

Since when was parking illegally an option to be enjoyed by rich people?

To ignore an arrangement just because you can afford to is a deeply disturbing attitude

Hughes in Durban in 2009, celebrating the first of his two centuries in the second Test against South Africa

Sport will always be risky – we must accept that, even in the wake of the tragic death of Phillip Hughes

Its innate risk is one of the reasons so many love it

The Hunt is on for private school privileges – and now I can see why

Another Voice: In order to claim back 80% business rates on their premises, they are obliged to share their facilities by forging 'meaningful relationships' with local state schools. A pitiful few do

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