What you wear has no bearing on whether or not you are a good man. Nor do pronouns in your bio signal anything beyond vapidity.
Canada is still obligated to protect women’s sex-based rights, and it’s our job to remind our representatives of that.
Debra Soh’s new book should perhaps have been named, The End of Gender Identity, as this is what it actually argues for, rather than “the end of gender.”
The media has almost wholly ignored Abigail Shrier’s book. In doing so, they ensure it will not exist for potential readers, depriving the public sphere of the research and arguments Shrier presents.
Three young women recount being rushed into transition before realizing they’d made the wrong choice.
The truth behind the “trans child” character on The Babysitters’ Club is that violence was used to teach Kai what girls and boys are permitted to do and be.
Policy-makers and “gender identity” scholars may not care about biological sex, but it turns out that patriarchy does care very much about the female bodies of women and girls.
When homophobic cultures are embracing transgenderism, we need to question its so-called “progressiveness.”
Sex, in terms of sexual orientation, matters, and it’s time for men to speak up about homophobic, anti-woman trans activism.
Everyone — including trans activists and allies — should demonstrate zero tolerance for perpetrators of violence and sexual misconduct, regardless of how they identify.
Lesbians are being harassed and bullied out of their own spaces and events by trans activists and their allies.
The hypocrisy of trans activism is becoming too much to ignore.
Julie Moss interviews Maria MacLachlan, who was attacked when trying to attend a meeting about proposed changes to the UK’s Gender Recognition Act.
Jesse Singal’s piece about “detransitioners” was both well-reported and empathetic — so why is he being attacked?
University professors oppose the slanderous allegations against A Woman’s Place UK and support upholding the principles of freedom of speech and assembly in relation to the right of A Woman’s Place UK to hold meetings without participants being intimidated.