Like me, the DUP’s Arlene Foster is a mother of three. I don’t believe she doesn’t know what she is demanding of other women when she seeks to deny them reproductive autonomy. She chooses not to think about it.
She's not bloody difficult. She's just bloody useless.
Theresa May has confirmed it: there's no "magic money tree". But what do we have instead?
Taking care not to provoke women can be a simple and effective way of staying safe. That's the message the footballer should be sharing.
The fauxminist-in-chief's book is unintentionally a hoot. But shouldn't we be laughing at ourselves as well?
Some "men's rights activists" hope that technology will make women obsolete.
The scapegoating of the anti-porn movement, Offred’s longing for hand cream - these feel like digs at second-wave feminists.
The mainstream left has no right to be shocked about sex for rent. It’s the logical conclusion of a pseudo-feminist politics which refuses to engage fully with power and labour redistribution.
Some of the parenting forum discussions have a stressed-out future consort written all over them.