What’s Current: Queen’s University Belfast code of conduct may violate rights of gender critical students, profs

  • Queen’s University Belfast is accused of violating the free speech rights of students and academics who oppose gender ideology via a policy enforcing compelled speech regarding chosen pronouns.
  • A Canadian woman who was groomed online as a child is urging lawmakers and tech firms to enable victims of digital sexual abuse to easily report child sexual abuse materials.
  • Nigerian police rescued 10 women and children during a raid on a “baby factory,” where women and girls were abducted and raped in order to sell infants for profit.
  • A recent survey revealed victims of sexual assault in Japan do not report abuse to the police. Of those surveyed, 96.4 per cent were female, and 80 per cent who reported sexual abuse by a relative were aged 12 or younger at the time.
  • Over 80 women and girls trafficked into Scotland for sexual slavery were rescued by police, including nine children. Police say trafficking gangs continue to pose a serious threat despite travel restrictions put in place due to COVID-19.
Genevieve Gluck

Genevieve Gluck is a writer and advocate for women's sex-based rights and creator of Women's Voices, an audio library dedicated to bringing awareness to feminist texts and speeches.