Why media coverage of trans issues is so atrocious
This week I want to reflect on bias in the media. It’s not just any old bias I want to talk about; it’s the most sinister type, that motivated by a hidden, nefarious agenda.
On Sunday, I and other Sex Matters team members held a teach-in on equality and human-rights law at the People’s History Museum. That's the lovely place that holds the finest collection anywhere of Suffragette materials. What could go wrong...?
In this issue I round up all the interviews I’ve done recently, and pick out what seemed to me to be the most interesting points.
In this issue I reflect on what I learned at the ICONS Women in Sport Conference last month in Denver: about the origins of male sporting advantage, trans ideology’s facilitation of sexual abuse of women and how this totalising ideology contains within itself the seeds of its own destruction.
“What is a Woman?”, being beefed by Matt Walsh and why feminists are not, in fact, to blame for absolutely everything.
A short update from Denver, with a link to my recent interview with Megyn Kelly
In this issue I suggest some practical ways to back against victimhood culture, and some policies for employers who want to protect themselves against toxic underlings
This short post collates and puts in front of the paywall my previous writing about victimhood culture and toxic underlings, and solicits suggestions on how organisations can protect themselves from both. Comments welcome!
In which your intrepid author commits hate crimes or experiences belief discrimination, depending on whom you listen to...