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Speak up for free speech — an Irish Women’s Lobby event

On Thursday, April 29, I spoke on a panel organized by the Irish Women’s Lobby called “Speak Up for Free Speech.” The panelists included myself, Lisa MacKenzie, Iseult White. Here is the…

The witches’ web 

After r/GenderCritical was unceremoniously banned from Reddit, women formed Ovarit, only to be labelled extremists and dangerous radicals by the liberal press.

How self-censorship put me back in the closet

Every morning I’m up at seven trying to knock out 2,000 words before noon. Some days I’m more successful than others, but I’m persistent, and focused — because the need to express…

Open letter in support of Martha Harvey

We stand in solidarity with Martha Harvey and with the principles of free speech, critical thought, and woman-centered politics.

Vancouver Women’s Library opens amid anti-feminist backlash

During the second wave, there was a bonafide feminist bookstore movement. Women’s spaces, presses, writing, and events were seen as integral to feminism. This meant that women’s bookstores were valued, not only…

Censoring pee porn won’t address the harm of pornography

A clause in a UK bill will, if successful, force internet service providers to block sites hosting content showing “non-conventional sexual acts.” This amendment in the Digital Economy Bill will likely prevent…