Tag: Germaine Greer

  • COMMENT | Germaine Greer And The Case Of No-Platforming

    Irony is dead, and Germaine Greer killed it. Last week, the legendary radical feminist went on Newsnight, the BBC’s flagship current affairs programme, to complain about being no-platformed. She was meant to give a talk about “Women in Power: The Lessons of the 20th Century” at Cardiff University when the student union’s women’s officer, Rachel […]

  • COLUMN: Why I Am Outraged by LGBT People’s Outrage

    COLUMN: Why I Am Outraged by LGBT People’s Outrage

    If there’s one thing that really annoys me these days, it’s people being ‘outraged’ over things that do not require any amount of outrage. Particularly with social networking sites being so popular, it’s easy to log on to the likes of Twitter and jump on a bandwagon of outrage against something. This week there have […]

  • COMMENT: Germaine Greer, Bruce Jenner, and the Fight Against Transphobia

    I’ve long been a campaigner for trans rights and the elimination of transphobia. In recent times I had been thinking that the public are finally starting to understand what it is to be trans and that societal progress is being made. Then I started to read about comments made by Germaine Greer, hurtful gossip about […]