Genevieve Gluck speaks with Holly Lawford-Smith about her new website, No Conflict They Said, which aims to compile stories from women affected by gender identity policies and legislation.
Last week, Andrew Sullivan published an article proposing a “truce” in the “trans wars.” In general, I am a fan of truces. While in my youth I may have enjoyed warring for…
Vaishnavi Sundar’s film, Dysphoric, explores the social, medical, and institutional construction of gender identity.
This week, Elliot Page, who was known until very recently as Ellen Page, was featured on the cover of TIME. Looking pale, thin, sickly, and miserable, Page announces, “I’m fully who I…
Unlike most other International Women’s Days, this time, we actually have something to celebrate. Despite over a century of efforts by feminists, women have never managed to come up with a good…
Canada is a secular country, why is it imposing patriarchal religion on women and children via Bill C-6?
Brenda Brooks thought she was “post-lesbian” — turns out the fight is very much back on.
Feminists, lesbians, gay men, and detransitioned youth want “gender identity” removed from Bill C-6 legislation against conversation therapy.
Feminism has to be non-partisan, because the left has demonstrated for decades they want nothing to do with our fight.
Last month, on inauguration day, President Biden signed the “Executive Order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation.” Women across the United States and around…
Biden promised to pass the Equality Act, and he did. What modern woman needs rights, anyway?
After r/GenderCritical was unceremoniously banned from Reddit, women formed Ovarit, only to be labelled extremists and dangerous radicals by the liberal press.
Two years ago, GIDYVR held the first ever event addressing gender identity and women’s rights in Vancouver. It changed lives and forced a conversation that many had worked to silence.
We can support LGBT youth without criminalizing those who work to ensure minors don’t make mistakes they may regret deeply as adults.
Western progressives and academics continue to use people and cultures they don’t understand to prop up their gender politics, treating these identities and cultural complexities as convenient tools that serve their political narrative.