NHS Trusts are cutting funding for IVF, inspiring protest. But there are many reasons to be sceptical of providing IVF on the NHS. It's not just that it's not really a treatment for an illness - there is a range of moral problems it raises.
The Handmaid's Tale imagines a dystopian future in which women are mistreated. How well would women be treated in the utopia imagined by contemporary feminism?
Intersectionality theory was supposed to help us understand each others' suffering and fight for a more inclusive world. In practice, it's become divisive and obstructive.
The Bill to "decriminalise" abortions is legally flawed and would remove the protections women have against non-consensual and unsafe abortions. Both pro-choice and pro-life people must oppose it.
Government can't do everything. Civil society is necessary for securing all the goods humans need. Infinite labour mobility dissolves civil society.
How has the meaning and use of 'self-identification' evolved since it was originally invented to solve administrative problems? How should reasonable people respond when someone identifies theirself as something they aren't?
The lack of proper care for the elderly, in their homes - ideally, provided by friends and relatives - is causing a funding crisis in the NHS.