• According to research gathered in the United States and Canada, women are less likely than men to receive life-saving treatments following cardiac arrest and are more likely than men to die as a result.
  • The Oxford Union invited comedy writer Graham Linehan to speak at an event about “cancel culture,” only to rescind the invitation within weeks, citing “logistical difficulties.” Linehan has been critical of the gender identity movement and a vocal proponent in defense of women’s sex-based rights in recent years.
  • US girls are being coerced into abusive child marriages. Between 2000-2015, more than 200,000 girls were married in states that still allow it.
  • British feminist writer Julie Burchill will be paid in full and have rights to her book restored to her following a cancellation from her publisher in response to a series of tweets she posted criticizing the Prophet Muhommad.
  • Kuwait appointed three men as the sole officers to a Women’s Committee, prompting backlash from women across social media.
Genevieve Gluck
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.