Mary Harrington: Feminism Against Progress In conversation with Rod Dreher

Mary Harrington's recent book Feminism Against Progress argues that feminism ended in the 1960s. Since then, it has been replaced by a movement that calls itself "feminism" but is, in truth, a kind of bio-libertarianism that claims to offer "progress" but is propelling us toward a profoundly post-human dystopia.

Harrington will join bestselling author Rod Dreher to explore the roots of feminism in the Industrial Revolution, the link between abortion and transhumanism, the progressive assault on relationships, the digital sex wars, and who is really institutionalizing gender ideology.


  • Mary Harrington - writer, editor at UnHerd
  • Rod Dreher - Visiting Fellow, Director of Network Project, Danube InstituteMary Harrington is a writer and self-styled "reactionary feminist"

Her work has been published in First Things, American Affairs, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, The Spectator, the New Statesman, the London Times, and the Mail on Sunday, among many others. She is a contributing editor at UnHerd, where she writes a weekly column. Her book Feminism Against Progress was published in 2023 with Forum Press. She tweets as @moveincircles.”