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…
Tag: gender identity legislation
Changes to the Gender Recognition Act that would have allowed individuals to self-identify as the opposite sex have not been adopted, so why are self-ID policies being implemented across the UK?
#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.
The only people talking about bathrooms are trans activists. Meanwhile, no one is interested in stopping anyone from peeing.
In 2018, the Swedish government proposed a new law that, if passed, will allow 15- to 18-year-old minors to undergo genital surgery if they wish, and if the procedure has been approved by the National Board of…
If a new Swedish bill becomes law, individuals will be able to self-identify as the opposite sex without any surgical or hormonal interventions. But if that happens, what will become women?
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
The neoliberal concept of freedom has opened up a space where a patriarchal authoritarianism, exemplified by gender identity politics, has been able to take root and thrive.
Sex self-identification and the concept of “gender identity” are having major impacts on education, health, sports, and women’s safety in New Zealand that need to be examined.
The GRA was not intended to change a person’s biological sex, but rather to change the way a person was viewed and treated by the law. Today, these issues have been addressed, so why the push to extend the Act?
When homophobic cultures are embracing transgenderism, we need to question its so-called “progressiveness.”
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Andrea Orwoll about the history of — and ongoing need for — women-centered language in law.
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.
Meghan Murphy interviews Judith Green, a longtime socialist activist who recently helped to launch Woman’s Place UK, a group committed to supporting women’s sex-based rights and challenging proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act.
Meghan Murphy testifies against Bill C-16 at the Senate.