More than four decades after her breakthrough work, the writer has lost none of her appetite for flouting convention
“If you didn’t find your pants full of blood when you were thirteen, there’s something important about being a woman that you don’t know. It’s not all Caitlyn Jenner.”
Professor Greer had previously said she would not give the talk, but relented after being assured she would be safe
If Greer had called for violence towards transsexuals, it would have been right to deny her a platform – but she didn't
Trans women’s and cis women’s issues intersect, but they are not identical
The writer and activist accuses transgender women of ‘inflicting an extraordinary act of violence’ by having surgery
Dawson said it was 'a shame' and 'disheartening' that the 'icon of feminism' held that view
The 76-year-old told Newsnight she believes transgender people who transition from male to female 'can't be women'
Trauma, illness and grim remembrance comprise this memoir collection – and that’s not to mention the genital warts
Much of the story of Wendy Woods is bound up with her journalist husband, Donald, and the charismatic leader of South Africa's Black Consciousness Movement, Steve Biko. She was portrayed in the film Cry Freedom, based on her husband's book about Biko's murder, by the Downton Abbey star Penelope Wilton. But during her long exile in Britain, Wendy, who has died of melanoma, devoted her life to fighting apartheid and, later, helping to rebuild her former homeland.
Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk are to headline this summer's Latitude Festival, alongside Bloc Party and Foals.
Germaine Greer's comments about fathers and their daughters show she has little to offer modern feminism
40th anniversary of 'The Female Eunuch' provokes astonishing attack on seminal text of women's liberation
Performance poetry conjures up images of po-faced writers declaiming depressing verse. Could a young collective bring some humour to the spoken word? Holly Williams takes a masterclass
Andrew Johnson, Gemma Mcintosh and Russell Arkinstall find the literary world's former enfant terrible still dividing critical opinion
First Jack Straw, then Lt-Col Henry Worsley – now Alastair Campbell has become the latest public figure to fall victim to one of the credit crunch's money-laundering scams.