Julie Bindel

Virtue Broadcasting

'The BBC’s new policy on “equality and diversity” reads as though it is straight out of the W1A comedy series'

The new McCarthyism

‘By far the worst censors and McCarthyites are the transgender activists and their allies. There are any number of men on the Left who are happy to see women silenced and bullied for not toeing the party line’

Champion Silenced

Sarah Champion — unlike her critics — is on the side of the victims

War On Logic

‘Liberals are largely to blame for the normalisation and widespread nature of the new censorship. Now they are being targeted’

Would The Little Lady Like A Wee Dram?

Whisky firms have long promoted their liquor as strictly for men, but a new generation of women has embraced the water of life

Labour Misogynists

The most female-friendly role models in politics today are on the Right

It’s Sharia, Not Alcohol, That Threatens Women

The suggestion that drunkenness means it’s only non-Muslims who have a domestic violence problem ignores the sexism of Islamic laws

France, Islam, And The Second Class Sex

The clash between secularists and cultural relativists is forcing feminists to take sides — at the risk of accusations of Islamophobia

Money Can’t Buy Us Love: Profiting From Loneliness

From ‘flirt coaches’ and seminars on finding your soulmate to mail-order brides, falling in love has never been more commercialised   

Britain’s Apologists For Child Abuse

Even after the exposure of the true extent of sexual offences against children, influential academics continue to argue for ‘paedophile rights’

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"