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The example of Edith Cavell proves a woman can sacrifice herself and be proud of it

Despite what Germaine Greer says, true liberation comes from self-sacrifice

A sobering book that explores the pain and grief caused by abortion

Anne R Lastman’s Redeeming Grief avoids politicising abortion debate

The term ‘feminism’ has too much baggage for pro-lifers to reclaim it as their own

We need an inventive genius to think of a new one

In 1960 Cardinal Siri urged women not to wear trousers. I think he may have had a point

When women wear trousers, he wrote, it flattens out the natural distinction between the sexes