The Caroline Calloway story shows that young women are being forced to plunder their personal lives for content. It’s time we broke the pattern, argues Dawn Foster.
Living with a chronic illness, Dawn Foster has seen first-hand how society discriminates against disabled people. She still faces prejudice on a regular basis.
Jeremy Kyle may finally be gone, but what it stands for – the hateful demonisation of working-class communities – remains stronger than ever.
Tory MP Gavin Williamson’s behaviour is a travesty – and only proves that his party have no regard for the lives of those who will never vote for or support them.
This week, Gillette shared a mawkish film paying lip service to the #MeToo movement. But, like many clumsy multinationals before them, they got it all wrong.
The former Prime Minister is a haunted relic who continues to plea for attention and relevance. It’s not helping anyone.
As a woman writer with political opinions, Dawn Foster receives death and rape threats on a daily basis. She explains why the true danger lies in desensitisation.
Companies like McDonalds, Deliveroo and UberEats need to learn how to treat their workers. Collective action is the only way to teach them.
The former foreign secretary has exposed himself – revealing a hypocritical, lazy and self-absorbed man with absolutely no ability to lead.
By explicitly stating that trans women should be included on Labour all women shortlists, this progressive movement is ensuring that trans people are treated with respect and dignity. This, writes Dawn Foster, is worth celebrating.
Recent research has shown that people born between the late ’80s and millennium are having less sex than ever. But is anyone really surprised?
It took eight months for The Times to be held accountable for a series of front pages which may well have whipped up Islamophobia. It's too little, too late.