Sarah Ditum

Sarah Ditum is a journalist, feminist and critic. She's written for the New Statesman, the Guardian, the Spectator, Cosmopolitan and Grazia. She produces a podcast with her husband and serves on the executive committee of Abortion Rights, the UK's pro-choice campaign



The mythical sea creatures have some fishy problems


Discussions of gender keep coming back to essentialism

The Manson family's radical misogyny


Emma Cline's new book The Girls explores the infamous cult through the prism of his followers


Three recent novels ask if the "pram in the hall" stifles a woman's individuality and art


A recent UK exercise in decriminalising sex works has been praised. But the factors in the debate are complex, and the stakes couldn't be higher