Try as I might, I can’t stop getting annoyed by the whole debate surrounding Suzanne Moore and her continuing feud with the so-called “trans cabal” (this isn’t really an article by the way, just a series of random points – but at least it is mercifully shorter than my last effort). Yesterday, Moore wrote a… Continue reading Suzanne Moore and freedom of speech. So. Much. Nonsense.
Suzanne Moore and ever decreasing circles
I’ve been pondering over whether to write a post about identity politics-centred twitterstorms for a while now, but each time I get close to doing so, I back off. The reason? A fear of getting engulfed in the same maelstrom that I’d be commenting on. That in itself is probably a good reason to write,… Continue reading Suzanne Moore and ever decreasing circles
HIP with Lib Dem policy
Having read Polly Toynbee’s spiteful article attacking the Lib Dems and Tories for opposing Home Information Packs, I took no small amount of pleasure to find Ruth Kelly capitulating and putting the scheme back. What annoyed me most about Toynbee’s article was that it stuck religiously to the rote of “something must be done, this… Continue reading HIP with Lib Dem policy