Julie Bindel once told me that 'to be feminist you have to be on the political left or you are anti-equality and anti-working class.' I'm sick of this mentality
It's not just celebrities who question transgender people's identities - it's the state itself
There is such a risk-averse mentality among those in public life these days that we are in danger of not hearing anything meaningful
Trans women’s and cis women’s issues intersect, but they are not identical
A petition calls on Cardiff University to cancel the event featuring the 76-year-old feminist author and academic
Classics professor Mary Beard said she had not ‘signed up to an attack on the trans community’
The classicist and TV presenter signed a letter against censorship that many saw as an attack on transgender people
Trauma, illness and grim remembrance comprise this memoir collection – and that’s not to mention the genital warts
'I got suspended for four days for shoplifting'
Literary writers look down on crime novelists like me, says Ian Rankin
It turned society upside down in 1970 and kick-started the women’s movement. But can The Female Eunuch deliver any important life lessons today? First-time reader Alice Jones gives her verdict
40th anniversary of 'The Female Eunuch' provokes astonishing attack on seminal text of women's liberation
A new exhibition from activist and revolutionary John 'Hoppy' Hopkins has opened at the Idea Generation Gallery.
All the main players of cult 1990s sitcom 'Spaced' went on to Hollywood careers – except one. Jessica Hynes reveals how she's playing catch-up with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost
Hanif Kureishi has made a habit of attacking relatives in print – and his latest book is noexception. It's time to stop, says the novelist's outraged sister, Yasmin Kureishi