I promise I’ll stop going on about pronouns after this issue. But it’s not all I talk about - I also discuss speaking into a poisoned linguistic environment and anonymous accounts.
In which I reflect on threats by a trans-identified man against me and Posie Parker, and yet again the vexed question of preferred pronouns.
I often wonder what we could all be doing if we didn’t have to waste our time on this fight. And I grieve for what is being lost: not just our time, but social, emotional, economic and intellectual capital.
After Jo Phoenix's win, how many more court cases will it take before the message that discrimination on grounds of GC belief is unlawful?
In which I describe what I learned from doing a "street epistemology" session with Peter Boghossian, Eric Kaufmann and Andy Ngo
What I learned from the biggest social-media blow-up I’ve ever been involved in – when I said that people who believe in gender-identity ideology are a “huge problem in a sane world”.
A short post linking to the interviews and podcasts I've recorded this year. See you in 2024!
The first of two posts about what I’ve learned from the social-media pile-ons I’ve experienced: not just how to survive them, but why they happen and what they have taught me.
Standing up against trans ideology is bruising, often thankless and sometimes crazymaking. How can we stay sane and ideally cheerful while avoiding burnout?
Gender-critical organisations have become remarkably influential in the past few years. But they are still small and young, and need to prepare for the heightened scrutiny success brings.