What’s new?

May 2022

In today’s Telegraph – an article on the protest against OUP’s publication of Gender-Critical Feminism, written by Joan Smith.
It’s publication day! My book Gender-Critical Feminism is now available for order (not just pre-order!) from the OUP Academic website. You can still get 30% off with the code AAFLYG6.
An essay called ‘Gender’, which is a dialogue between myself and Michael Hauskeller (an earlier version of which was posted here), has just been published as part of an edited collection, and is available to download for free from the UCL Press website.
I discussed my forthcoming book Gender-Critical Feminism with Caroline Norma and Jo Brew for the Women’s Declaration International (formerly Women’s Human Rights Campaign) YouTube channel.

April 2022

I spoke to Meghan Murphy at Feminist Current about Twitter, online hate, and my very-soon-to-be-published book Gender-Critical Feminism.

March 2022

Now for something a bit different…! My paper on quality vs. quantity of life in lockdown has just been published in Monash Bioethics Review.
New Feminist Heretics video, on Sarah Lucia Hoagland’s Lesbian Ethics. (From a talk I gave in Melbourne for IWD, on Sunday 20th March).
I was in Brisbane for the International Women’s Day Brisbane/Meanjin rally & workshops 4th-6th March. This is my first talk, arguing that the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute’s Issues Paper No. 31 provides insufficient justification for the pairing of gender identity with sexual orientation in conversion therapy bans.
I was in Brisbane for the International Women’s Day Brisbane/Meanjin rally & workshops 4th-6th March. This is my second talk, arguing that gender identity activists are engaged in cultural appropriation and silencing from/of second wave feminists.

February 2022

I spoke at the public event ‘Gender Identity In Law’ in Hobart, 26th February. The recording of my talk is here, and there’s a re-recording of my talk (with better image quality) here.
My paper ‘Trashing and Tribalism in the Gender Wars’ has just been published. There’s a link to the final draft here.
Jo Brew, Marian Rutigliano, Caroline Norma, Sheila Jeffreys & I discuss Valerie Solanas’s ‘SCUM Manifesto’ for the Women’s Human Rights Campaign Radical Feminist Perspectives series.

January 2022

Front page of The Age today, an article about a forthcoming research paper arguing that ‘inclusive language’ can have unintended negative impacts on women. It also mentions O&G removing my article on this topic from their online magazine late last year.