In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Janice Raymond about her book, The Transsexual Empire, and what has happened since, in terms of the conflict between transgenderism and feminism.
Tag: the women’s movement
Jen Izaakson and Tae Kyung Kim report on the growing radical feminist movement inspiring women across South Korea.
Politics exist for people. Without the people, the politics don’t matter. Get it?
On January 10, 2019, Lee Lakeman spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
Lee Lakeman, Meghan Murphy, and surprise guest Fay Blaney spoke to a packed house on Thursday, despite protests and efforts to shut down the event.
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.
Meghan Murphy interviews South Korean feminist activist and attorney, Nayoung Kim.
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.
While words like “equality,” “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “intersectionality” might sound nice, they don’t address the root problem of patriarchy and they erase feminism’s real aims. On International Women’s Day, let’s remember what feminism is really about.
Feminists should be more concerned about the way the therapy model individualizes women’s oppression and professionalizes empathy.
Women around the world are fighting back against male violence against women, but you wouldn’t know it, following mainstream feminist media.
Wilfred Laurier University may have apologized for trying to squash debate, but the truth is that universities no longer encourage critical thought.
“Exclusion” has become a bad word, of late, but is not inherently so.
The term “TERF” is not just used to smear and deride, but to incite violence.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Eleanor Pam about renowned feminist and author of “Sexual Politics,” Kate Millett.