Atwood is the author, but with anti-Trump protesters donning red gowns, who actually owns The Handmaid’s Tale?
Even among the barely appropriate German Romantics, Hoffmann was the bad fairy at the feast. But his Nussknacker und Mauskönig contained many surprises.
For so long, I’ve been held back by the sexist male genius paradox.
A story in the New Yorker offers an unforgiving look at the ways gender makes victims of us all.
The scapegoating of the anti-porn movement, Offred’s longing for hand cream - these feel like digs at second-wave feminists.
This post sounds like a metaphor for something. It's not. It's literally on how to make a Dumbledore hat.
Whether it's Simon Baron-Cohen on female brains to Richard Dawkins patronising feminists, I'm glad I read (and hated) these books.
Emma Donoghue’s The Wonder is a rich and generous exploration of the relationship between bodies, faith and love.