If you break down the demographics there are 12 males and 8 females.
Of the dozen males the topics covered varies from sport to conspiracy theories to the economy. There is quite a substantial range of topics. In contrast the eight female writers cover a slightly different range of subjects:
- Hadley Freeman complains about the unfair burdens women in show business have to put up with.
- Barbara Ellen says about the sexist treatment of Andy Murray's mum and the unfair burdens that women in sport endure.
- Zoe Williams writes about the royal family- while noting that "that squeamishness around discussing the female pudenda is rooted in a deeper hatred of women"
On the front page of the Guardian's Comment Is Free section there are ten articles by women, including the one by Hadley Freeman. Others include:
- Rhiannon Cosslett on the unfair burdens of a female royal.
- Ellie Cosgrave on sexual assault (an admittedly more serious issue than the other).
- Nancy Cohen on women voters and the "Tsunami of anti-woman legislation".
So out of 17 different female writers, 6 are writing about sexism and 2 about racism. It seems that almost half the output of female columnists is self obsessed identity politics.