Young women in South Korea calling themselves “beauty resisters” are fighting back against the powerful and incredibly profitable beauty and cosmetic surgery industries.
Tag: queer politics
Julie Bindel argues that fear and funding are the two primary reasons LGBT organizations are abandoning lesbians to cater to the demands of trans activists.
Being born female takes a toll on women only we can understand.
In Julie Bindel’s new book, “The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth,” she explores the connection between the “sex work” lobby and trans rights activism.
It is concerning that two events aimed primarily at women (that purport a connection to feminism) have partnered with lobby groups promoting prostitution as an empowered choice.
A mini documentary produced by The Guardian features five young “non-binary” people, who discuss what it means to be much more special than everyone else.
Teen Vogue is not ‘woke.’ Also, stop saying ‘woke.’
We stand in solidarity with Martha Harvey and with the principles of free speech, critical thought, and woman-centered politics.
Pressuring lesbians into dating people with penises is all too similar to the practice of corrective rape, wherein it is believed lesbian sexuality can be “cured.”
In this week’s installment of Feminist Theory Fridays, Susan Cox explores compulsory heterosexuality and the lesbian continuum.
At The Establishment, Tori Truscheit asks, “How can the queerest generation ever still believe in gender roles?” If that question seems jaw-droppingly lacking in self-awareness, congratulations: you have been paying attention. If,…
Within all the talk of “inclusivity,” lesbians are feeling unwelcome at Pride.
After multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment, PWR BTTM band member, Ben Hopkins, is being held to account by fans as well as the music industry.
There is something very odd about the prostitution debate. While the absolute majority of sex buyers are male, an overwhelming majority of intellectuals defending prostitution are women. It’s a strange phenomenon that…
I recently read Toni Morrison’s Beloved. The novel is heartbreaking from start to finish, and very much worth reading — this acknowledgement of slavery’s traumatic legacy is vital if we are to…