Bits and pieces of writing

On sex and gender

The new network for gender critical academics. The Critic, 17th June 2021.

A story about sex. Tortoise Media, 27th April 2021.

Review of Judith Butler The Force of Nonviolence, Times Literary Supplement, May 15th 2020.

Letters exchange with Helen Pluckrose: on gender critical feminism and trans activism.

Can You Change Your Gender?, The Philosopher, Summer edition 2019.

Doing better in arguments about sex, gender, and trans rights (co-authored with Sophie Allen, Jane Clare Jones, Holly Lawford-Smith, Mary Leng, and Rebecca Reilly-Cooper). May 23rd, 2019.

Maya Forstater says that women are adult human females: does this count as a philosophical belief? The Article,  10th May 2019.

Ignoring differences between men and women is the wrong way to address gender dysphoria. Quillette, April 11, 2019.

Can biological males be lesbians? The Article, 14th Jan 2019.

Stonewall's new definition of conversion therapy raises a few questions. The Article, 15th Nov 2018.

Why self-identification should not legally make you a woman. The Conversation, 1st October, 2019.

There are fundamental differences between gay and trans identities. The Economist, 7th July, 2018.

Changing the concept of woman will cause unintended harms. The Economist, 6th July, 2018.

When Bindels Speak. June 26th, 2018.

Response to Professor Talia Mae Bettcher. May 31st, 2018.

On academic freedom and freedom of expression

Sticks, Stones, and Lawsuits. Standpoint Magazine. 30th January, 2020.

This Is Not A Drill. Medium, 19th December 2019.

Stonewall’s LGBT Guidance is Limiting the Free Speech of Gender Critical Academics. Quillette, 7th July 2019.

Are academics freely able to criticise the idea of ‘gender identity’ in UK Universities?. July 3rd, 2019.

Anonymised responses from other academics to my articles on sex, gender, and philosophy. May 17th, 2018.

Academic philosophy and the UK Gender Recognition Act. May 7th, 2018.

Other

Blackface is Evil - Why Isn't Drag? Standpoint, October 2019.

Presence of Mind: on sexual objectification. The Forum for Philosophy.

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