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.
Women’s rights are for everyone, not just those who vote for your preferred party.
Feminists need to stop the social media infighting.
The professor of parody returns.
The attack on women’s rights from trans activists has unwittingly united people to better understand one another.
How can we determine what are good and bad ideas in the gender identity debate if we cancel those having the conversation?
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Kathleen Lowrey, who was dismissed from her position as associate chair of undergraduate programs for the department of anthropology at the University of Alberta due to her views on gender identity and sex.
Politics exist for people. Without the people, the politics don’t matter. Get it?
Massive social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have come under criticism, of late, for censorship, as well as for failing to support women’s interests. Recently, Twitter has taken to suspending users…
Free speech should not be taken for granted; it should be defended vigorously.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Deborah Cameron about her new book, “Feminism: A Brief Introduction to the Ideas, Debates, and Politics of the Movement.”
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
While words like “equality,” “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “intersectionality” might sound nice, they don’t address the root problem of patriarchy and they erase feminism’s real aims. On International Women’s Day, let’s remember what feminism is really about.
Not everything needs to be torn apart in order to advertise progressive credibility. Sometimes good things and powerful moments can be celebrated — and this is one of those times.
National chairperson of AF3IRM, Jollene Levid, speaks with Meghan Murphy about rise of white nationalism in the US, how the alt-right is connected to male supremacy, and what movements can do to better address violence against women of colour.