Pay close attention to the individuals chosen to perform the March of the Grotesques: to strike terror, confusion and paralysis into the hearts of their adversaries as they invade and capture space after space, community after community, leaving the Pharma flag in their wake.
A war is raging online about what gender is, who owns the fight against trans ideology and to save women’s sex-based rights, and men. It always feels rather to silly to write…
Mermaids is going down, but what has been lost in the meantime?
An Ontario teacher has been wearing a wig and large, prosthetic breasts in the classroom, and the school board is defending him. How did we get here?
Earlier this month, Julie Jaman, an 80-year-old resident of Port Townsend, Washington, was banned from her local community pool. Her crime was to ask a man to leave the female changing room.…
CanLit’s newest betrayal of women: the Carol Shields Prize for Fiction is not reserved for female writers at all.
The progressives, governments, and authorities who played along with the “trans women are women” lie are to blame for Veronica Ivy’s out. They made this mess — will they admit they were wrong?
Right wing men don’t understand why gender critical feminists are angry with them.
The hypermasculinity of transwomanhood cannot be disguised by women’s clothes and makeup.
Save Women’s Sports started as just a website — today, it is an international coalition that has helped create laws to protect female athletes and has inspired women to speak out against allowing males to compete as females in sport.
At the very bottom of the socio-economic ladder, more and more women and girls are being put in unthinkable, unacceptable, and unprecedented situations involving men, many of whom are already convicted sexual predators. Yet the outrage mobs pass them by.
It’s time to stop the vicious attack on men’s rights in America.
Activists from Save Women’s Sports and Standing for Women travelled from the UK and across the US to protest the inclusion of male athletes in women’s swimming competitions.
It’s important to ensure men aren’t erased on International Women’s Day, of all days.
“What history teaches us about misogyny can be summed up in four words: pervasive, persistent, pernicious, and protean. Long before men invented the wheel, they invented misogyny, and today, as our wheels…