Author Archives: Joanna Williams

Brexit: How Can It Be a Coup If the People Voted for It?

Leaving the EU has turned into a contest between representative and direct democracy, and the latter must win.

Millennials: Stop Talking About ‘Adulting’ and Become Adults

We’ve created a culture that suggests basic life skills are beyond the young’s comprehension.

When Feminism Turns on Women

The #MeToo reaction to Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation has been ugly—racist and, yes, sexist too.

Fourth Wave Feminism: Why No One Escapes

Today’s outsized Femocracy is more desperate and (self) destructive than its successful progenitors.

No, I Won’t Check My Privilege

The left’s latest pejorative is racist, sexist, and stifling of honest debate.

Six Months in, #MeToo Has Become Infantilizing and Authoritarian

Bad dates are “abuse.” Putting other women out of work is “empowerment.” How did it go so wrong?

Inclusion Riders: Hollywood’s Feel-Good Insult to Minorities

This is the worst kind of patronage imaginable, and degrades the very cinema it’s supposed to help.

The Censorious Left’s Latest Mania: ‘Decolonizing’ Everything

Their obsession with destroying white, euro-centric ‘domination,’ wherever it may be, has become patronizing and authoritarian.

#MeToo in an Age of Heterophobia

Feminists now see sex as reinforcing outdated gender roles, and it’s turning them into authoritarians.