Ann Farmer

Ann Farmer lives in the UK. She is the author of By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Campaign (CUAP, 2008); The Language of Life: Christians Facing the Abortion Challenge (St Pauls, 1995), and Prophets & Priests: the Hidden Face of the Birth Control Movement (St Austin Press, 2002).

Pink or blue? Why are gender reveal parties so popular?

12 Aug 2019
The woman who kicked it all off is having regrets

Meghan, Harry, Archie and Jane have a plan for saving the planet

1 Aug 2019
Population controllers have the ear of Britain's Royal Family

Would a marriage proposal ruin your graduation day?

25 Jul 2019
Feminists go ballistic over a romantic incident

Incels: the return of the foolish virgin?

15 Jul 2019
Modern sex education has a lot to answer for

Treasure Island: a lost world of adventure for today’s youngsters

4 Jul 2019
PC indoctrination will bring them no happy ending

Prince William and the new LGBT ruling classes

28 Jun 2019
He should be wary of helping to build up another privileged group

Taunting Trump: Free speech for me, but not for thee

5 Jun 2019
On the UK left, selective attention disorder

Discarding the disabled

27 May 2019
Britain’s Whorlton Hall scandal shows how difficult it is to reform mental health services

‘Trans’ four-year-old: the innocent sacrificed by the amoral directed by the immoral?

13 May 2019
A UK judge has green-lighted transition for a toddler

Hellish hymns

6 May 2019
Pop songs push Christian hymns out of top 10 funeral choices

Little green men and awfully green humans

1 May 2019
Far from fresh, green philosophy reeks of stale old Malthusianism

The eco-gospel according to Saint Greta

26 Apr 2019
Environmentalism is fast becoming a religion

Misgendering, or miscarriage of justice?

22 Mar 2019
UK police investigate a possible pronoun crime

Not even Brexit can distract Britannia from sex education

27 Feb 2019
Sex-ed and the rise of the parental State

The Orwellian nightmare of ‘trans truth’

15 Feb 2019
How can a woman be both a mother and a father?

Watch with daddies: BBC ‘equality’ drive embraces children’s story time

4 Feb 2019
Modern fairy tales about same-sex parenting.

Sexual revolution: honeymoon over?

21 Jan 2019
But they’re trying everything, including ‘ethical porn’, to keep it going

Call the abortionist: the BBC rewrites history

16 Jan 2019
Please don't mention the eugenicists.

The 21st Century feminist fantasy: strong women, weak men, no children

7 Jan 2019
Rewriting classic fiction verges on churning out propaganda

Children: the trans money-maker

5 Dec 2018
A British doctor is convicted of illegally offering services to children as young as 12.

Love died; but who killed sex?

19 Nov 2018
Why are so many Millennials celibate?

Celebrants of death at the Cenotaph

12 Nov 2018
Why would humanists be represented at the National Remembrance Day Service?

Asia Bibi freed, Austrian woman convicted of denigrating Islam

1 Nov 2018
Europe is enslaved to new blasphemy laws

Are women dying to kill in the armed forces?

29 Oct 2018
Now is their chance in the UK.

Celebration cake – paid for by the baker

12 Oct 2018
The British Supreme Court rules against compelled speech, at a cost.

Jazzing up the snowflakes 

5 Oct 2018
Clapping has been banned at a UK university because it could offend some minorities

A ‘non-binary’ British dad stars among top female executives

25 Sep 2018
All aboard the trans diversity express.

‘Whiter than white’ gets you a black mark in the British police

19 Sep 2018
While real racism attracts millions in government funds.

Who had the bright idea of trans-ferring men to women’s prisons?

12 Sep 2018
Another day in the loopy world of transgender ideology

Why is the BBC promoting adultery?

7 Sep 2018
Its new drama follows an old and failed prescription for fulfilment

How the transgender ideology promotes stereotypes

5 Sep 2018
The UK's Gender Recognition Bill is just plain nuts.

OK, lads: say ‘menopause’ three times a day

24 Aug 2018
British police are marching down PC Alley rather than being tough on crime

Stamping out ‘mediocre men’, making way for wonder women

9 Aug 2018
The very model of a female venture capitalist.

Pythonesque RSPCA embraces trans language

2 Aug 2018
A lady wakes up to a python in 'their' bed. Hmmm.

Designer babies are ‘morally permissible’ says British bioethics group

20 Jul 2018
They do not rule out cosmetic use of genetic engineering.

British Government lectures the Vatican on contraception

18 Jul 2018
Yet Humanae Vitae's predictions about the pill have materialised.

Ending the war on cannabis: bold move or white flag?

21 Jun 2018
A Conservative British peer calls for marijuana to be legalised.

Are dead white males like Shakespeare really irrelevant to Britain’s students?

13 Jun 2018
Not just the Bard, but also Pope, Dryden and Shelley

‘What a piece of work is…’ How humans are yielding their dignity to animals

7 May 2018
Animals and plants acquire rights, human rights are dialed back.

Alfie Evans: the NHS, from the cradle to the grave?

2 May 2018
Does the controversial case represent the failure of Britain’s public health system?

Saving elephants and squirrels, but not humans

9 Apr 2018
British passion to conserve species runs out at the abortion clinic door.

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