Those who took these women for granted are not being held responsible because they are not expected to prioritise love and care. Women are.
I always had a sense of unease regarding the way in which men in particular expressed their personal disgust at Thatcher’s politics. It feels like an excuse for the guilt-free indulgence of misogyny
It seems there’s nothing women can have – not even their status as a marginalised sex class – that men will not expect them to share
The ethical problems relating to older motherhood are routinely cast aside when it comes to men. After all, we are told, that’s the way it’s always been
Everywhere I look, there’s a headline suggesting that too many girls gaining top marks is a problem to be solved by examination reform. There seems to be a belief that girls have overstepped the mark and need reining in
A Department of Health dossier suggested more women would drop out of the workforce to make up for a lack of EU careworkers.
The polarisation of political discourse has made misogyny not just more visible, but an acceptable expression of the rage of the self-styled common man
A vast majority of Britons still believe women should be the primary caregivers. Why is our image of motherhood based on a specific, fleeting cultural moment that mainly exists in 1950s advert land?
Surrogacy can be a joyful act of generosity – but there is a need to understand the risks to the most vulnerable women once we start to think of wombs as rentable spaces