For radical feminists, gender is understood as not merely a subjective internal sense of self; patriarchal gender norms are a product of culture, imposed on people and limiting everyone’s humanity.
The smearing, harassment, no-platforming, and silencing of women who express feminist opinions about gender and prostitution is unacceptable.
Threats of violence against women branded as “TERFs” are increasing — will liberals and progressives speak out before it’s too late?
Jen Izaakson reports from the courtroom, as Tara Wolf is tried for assaulting Maria MacLachlan.
“Trans*: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability” aims to clarify, but succeeds only in highlighting the lack of clarity which dominates transgender theory.
Julian Vigo speaks with Hannah Clarke, a member of #ManFriday, about the group’s activism, the problems with self-identification, and proposed changes to the UK’s Gender Recognition Act.
Working class women and Labour Party members are incensed at being harassed and silenced in their attempts to discuss gender identity. But they are fighting back.
Heather Brunskell-Evans was the National Spokesperson for the Women’s Equality Party Policy on Ending Sexual Violence until she started asking critical questions about “trans kids.” In this episode, Meghan Murphy talks to her about her perspective and the response from the Party.
Female bodies in feminism? Not on our watch!
India Willoughby may identify as a women, but he does not identify with women.
Julian Vigo speaks with Cordelia Fine about “brain sex,” gender, testosterone, sexism in science, and more!
When academics and leftists dismiss women’s concerns about their rights as a “moral panic,” they place themselves among the ranks of anti-feminists and the alt-right.
Universities are becoming more and more donor-driven — shouldn’t we be asking questions about how that funding shapes theory and discourse?
In two new books, Heather Brunskell-Evans and Michele Moore question the ideologies and practices that promote medical/technological “solutions” to gender, and Renate Klein analyzes the surrogacy industry as a form of exploitation of women and trafficking in babies.
Men invent new ways to hate women all the time. Today’s progressive iteration is no different.