Trans activists need to stop labeling good-faith disagreements as “mean” or as an attack.
“There is a history of lesbians — and similarly, there is a history of black people — that both seem to be hidden from history, and we keep being ‘disappeared.'”
Julie Moss speaks with Venice Allan, the organizer of We Need to Talk — a series of events aimed at discussing proposed changes to the UK Gender Recognition Act.
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.”
Sex, in terms of sexual orientation, matters, and it’s time for men to speak up about homophobic, anti-woman trans activism.
Everyone — including trans activists and allies — should demonstrate zero tolerance for perpetrators of violence and sexual misconduct, regardless of how they identify.
From female genital mutilation to domestic violence to femicide, women and girls around the world are living in fear.
What does it mean to ‘feel’ like a woman?
Julie Moss interviews Maria MacLachlan, who was attacked when trying to attend a meeting about proposed changes to the UK’s Gender Recognition Act.
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.
Jen Izaakson reports from the courtroom, as Tara Wolf is tried for assaulting Maria MacLachlan.
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.
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.
If we don’t talk about how masculinity creates and enables violent men, we will never be able to truly address gun violence.