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.
A post-debate report on an event with Peter Tatchell and Freda Wallace; and the other, much more interesting, things I've been up to in the past week
In which I have a good moan about the poor quality of the transactivists willing to defend their ideas in public.
How mass mental-health interventions in schools may be helping to cause the crisis in youth mental health, rather than to cure it
In this issue, I share several chapter-and-verse examples of media censorship of trans issues, some of which involved me and some of which didn’t.
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.