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?
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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.
INTERVIEW: Linda Bellos on trans activism, coming out, and being a black lesbian feminist on the left
“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.'”
INTERVIEW: The irrepressible Venice Allan on her fight against changes to the UK Gender Recognition Act
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.
Never mind reforming the Gender Recognition Act, there’s no need for Gender Recognition Certificates at all
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?
Meghan Murphy interviews Angela C. Wild about the recent Lesbian protest at Pride in London and the state of the LGBT movement today.
Julie Moss interviews Maria MacLachlan, who was attacked when trying to attend a meeting about proposed changes to the UK’s Gender Recognition Act.
University professors oppose the slanderous allegations against A Woman’s Place UK and support upholding the principles of freedom of speech and assembly in relation to the right of A Woman’s Place UK to hold meetings without participants being intimidated.
INTERVIEW: UK women are self-identifying as men to challenge proposed changes to the GRA as part of #ManFriday
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.
Working class women and Labour Party members are incensed at being harassed and silenced in their attempts to discuss gender identity. But they are fighting back.
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.
Shon Faye claims to be in solidarity with women, but if that’s true, why doesn’t he respect our autonomy?