Caroline Criado-Perez

A Pox on the Patriarchy

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Sorry Jordan…feminism can’t be beaten by bad science

It is my regretful duty this week to inform you that reports of women’s biologically-wired cleaning urges have been greatly exaggerated. The reports have been largely powered by a University … Continue reading

October 6, 2018

Kavanaugh and Ronaldo allegations prove institutional muscle memory always backs men

The monstrous regiment of women with their blabbing #MeToo mouths has descended — and men everywhere are scared. Very scared. Allegedly. In America, Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been accused by Professor Christine … Continue reading

October 5, 2018

The tech industry’s toxic bro culture is failing women

This week I’ve mainly been annoyed about Apple’s announcement that it was discontinuing the iPhone SE – the only model they make that fits the average woman’s hand size (and … Continue reading

September 24, 2018

Pregnancy is riskier than skydiving — birth control should be harder to market

When was the last time you did something risky? Went skydiving? Played the stock market? How about downloaded an app that claims to be able to tell you when you … Continue reading

September 20, 2018

The plot to move Emmeline Pankhurst’s statue from Parliament must be stopped

I first found out about the plan to remove the original Emmeline Pankhurst statue from Victoria Tower Gardens, beside the House of Lords, in late 2016. I was well into my campaign for … Continue reading

September 7, 2018

Keep The Original Emmeline Pankhurst By Parliament!

I posted a tweet thread about why I will not be accepting the CEO of Regent’s University’s offer to meet with him about the removal of the Emmeline Pankhurst statue to the … Continue reading

September 4, 2018

The failure to represent women’s voices in the Brexit debate is a national scandal. It stops now.

Brexit is a feminist issue. Right now, EU law is what means that British women receive equal pay for work of equal value. It is EU law that means part-time … Continue reading

September 3, 2018

Women for a People’s Vote — BBC Woman’s Hour

This morning I gave a speech at the launch of Women for a People’s Vote, and gave interviews on BBC London, BBC Leicester, BBC Scotland, and BBC Woman’s Hour. Links … Continue reading

September 3, 2018

Fight this act of vandalism against history

This week I heard that a new statue of a woman was being proposed for central London. Now, as some of you may know, I have a bit of a … Continue reading

August 27, 2018

Why the “gender data gap” means doctors don’t take women’s pain seriously enough

“I always suspected my diagnosis was wrong,” Rebecca told me, “but doctors weren’t interested in investigating. I’d have weird symptoms and they’d sort of be written off as just one … Continue reading

August 19, 2018