What’s Current: French judges will be able to order abusers to wear electronic tracking bracelets

  • French judges will soon be able to order domestic violence offenders to wear electronic tracking bracelets.
  • Coach Linda Blade reviews the safety implications of the decision of Rugby Canada to oppose World Rugby’s declaration that leagues should be separated by sex, rather than gender identity.
  • Canadian survivors of domestic violence are being told that mentioning it in family court could lead to being accused of “parental alienation,” and losing custody of their children.
  • The former European head of the Elite Models agency, Gérald Marie de Castellac, is being investigated by French prosecutors over allegations of rape and sexual abuse against four different women.
  • Every year, over 1,000 Pakistani women and girls from Hindu and Christian families are abducted, forcibly converted to Islam, and married to their rapists.
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.