The attack on women’s rights from trans activists has unwittingly united people to better understand one another.
Tag: free speech
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.
Stella Perrett was a political cartoonist for the UK’s only socialist daily newspaper, The Morning Star, from 2015 to 2020. She had published cartoons criticizing capitalism, the police, Brexit, the American president,…
Restricting the rights of any demographic in order to provide more rights to another is the first step on a slippery slope to totalitarianism.
Yesterday, a UK judge determined that Maya Forstater’s employer was justified in firing her for speaking out against gender identity legislation. Forstater lost her job as a tax expert at the Center…
#GIDYVR’s third event explored media bias in the gender identity debate, but made clear the challenges women face in speaking up about their concerns.
On October 29, 2019, I spoke at the Toronto Public Library at an event called, “Gender Identity: What Does It Mean for Society, the Law, and Women?” Hundreds protested, claiming what I…
The truth is being silenced, and we must stand up and fight back before it’s too late.
Trans activist groups are engaged in ongoing attempts to pressure the Vancouver Public Library (VPL) to no-platform feminist voices via an exclusionary room booking policy not based on existing laws.
Free speech should not be taken for granted; it should be defended vigorously.
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
The male-centered left has shown its hand in attempting to no-platform Dr Caroline Norma, a feminist who campaigns against sexual exploitation and violence against women and girls.
Wilfred Laurier University may have apologized for trying to squash debate, but the truth is that universities no longer encourage critical thought.
We stand in solidarity with Martha Harvey and with the principles of free speech, critical thought, and woman-centered politics.