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Holly Baxter


Holly Baxter is co-editor of the Voices section as well as Independent columnist, author of The Vagenda and former resident of an airing cupboard.

How the world of video games became quietly feminist

Holly Baxter wasn’t immediately convinced when she was introduced to the Bloody Baron, but now she’s a convert to the world of ever more nuanced video games

#MeToo has made us better people, hasn’t it?

In November, the civil rights activist Tarana Burke who founded the movement said it had become ‘unrecognisable’, recast as a witch hunt. But, argues Holly Baxter, the truth is more nuanced

Why can't anyone be honest about John McCain's legacy?

There is real irony in the fact that McCain was given credit for the deciding vote which blocked the repeal of Obamacare, when the accolade really belongs to two Republican women. And that's just the start of it

Admit it – you wanted Cheryl and Liam Payne to split up

Payne started dating Cheryl two years ago when he was 22, but most tabloid coverage would have you believe that she’d picked him up from the primary school gates after a night at the bingo with her surviving friends from the care home