Caitlin Moran

One of the first rules of any useful kind of feminism is to politely but firmly say "Not today, dear," to any woman quacking on about how men are the enemy.

Caitlin Moran is a British broadcaster and TV critic who has been writing for The Times since she was eighteen. Moran was named Columnist of the Year in 2010 by the British Press Awards and won the BPA's Critic of the Year and Interviewer of the Year awards in 2011. Her book How to Be a Woman won the Galaxy British Book Awards Book of the Year award in 2011 and was a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller. Called by the New York Times a “glorious, timely stand against sexism so ingrained we barely even notice it ... a book that needed to be written,” it has been published in twenty-three languages. Moranthology, a collection of Moran's award-winning columns, followed in 2012. Caitlin Moran lives on Twitter with her husband and two children.