Competitive sport is about competition, and showcasing the best of the best, not creating a space for everyone to feel warm and fuzzy because they are permitted to participate.
Tag: trans activism
Sex and gender are not the same thing, and their conflation has become an problem of epic proportions.
Milli Hill is a freelance journalist and author The Positive Birth Book, Give Birth like a Feminist, and a new book for preteens, My Period. She founded the Positive Birth Movement in…
After fighting gender stereotypes for decades, we now face a contemporary view of lesbianism that encourages young women to undergo experimental surgery to accommodate a delusion.
Last week, Dave Chappelle released his newest comedy special on Netflix. The comedian has inexplicably been subject to attacks from trans activists on account of saying nothing offensive about transgenderism. In the…
Erasing women from the fight for reproductive rights should be sacrilege, but instead it’s become doctrine.
The swiftness with which the US government has taken up the cause of protecting “gender identity” over the best interests of women and girls illustrates how gender identity ideology upholds male power and entitlement over the material reality, rights, and safety of women.
While most sane people don’t need much convincing when it comes to the issue of men beating up women for sport, there remain too many who think allowing males who identify as…
It is not the job of women to take a beating in order to validate male delusions.
You cannot criticize trans ideology while defending the use of “preferred pronouns.”
On June 17, Britain’s Royal Academy of Arts published a post on Instagram, saying: “Thank you to all those for bringing an item in the RA Shop by an artist expressing transphobic…
After achieving rights and protections equal to those of our fellow citizens, the rainbow flag could have been retired to a historical moment; instead it has become a symbol of modern dystopia and an attack on women’s rights.
After r/GenderCritical was unceremoniously banned from Reddit, women formed Ovarit, only to be labelled extremists and dangerous radicals by the liberal press.
Two years ago, GIDYVR held the first ever event addressing gender identity and women’s rights in Vancouver. It changed lives and forced a conversation that many had worked to silence.
Cassandra’s curse drove her mad, and women today continue to be subjected to the same torture. Yet we must continue to tell the truth.