Germaine: The Life of Germaine Greer by Elizabeth Kleinhenz reviewed
How do those feminists worried about gender self–identification reconcile their opposition to the reform with their insistence that gender is a social construct?
Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy: The Story of Little Women and Why it Still Matters by Anne Boyd Rioux reviewed
If feminist physicists think Professor Strumia’s analysis is scientifically unsound, pick holes in his argument
If you don’t conform to the programme, you’re Not One of Us
There’s only one thing you can’t be in our pluralistic society, and that’s just you
The author delicately slides from comedy to tragedy and back again, and from class to class.