Post-coronavirus, will “My non-binary status is about life and death” seem more clearly like the joke it is?
Tag: trans activism
In short, everything that has sex, has a sex.
An event hosted by WoLF, “Fighting the New Misogyny: A Feminist Critique of Gender Identity,” featuring Lierre Keith, Meghan Murphy, Saba Malik, and Kara Dansky, was held in Seattle with heavy security and police presence.
Gender neutral language in childbirth and the maternity care system may feel “polite,” but harms women.
On Monday, January 13th, Jessica Yaniv appeared in the Surrey provincial courthouse on multiple charges of prohibited weapons possession. These charges stem from an August livestream appearance on Blaire White’s YouTube channel…
Yesterday, a UK judge determined that Maya Forstater’s employer was justified in firing her for speaking out against gender identity legislation. Forstater lost her job as a tax expert at the Center…
#GIDYVR’s third event explored media bias in the gender identity debate, but made clear the challenges women face in speaking up about their concerns.
On Saturday, #GIDYVR hosted its third event in a series of panels: “How media bias shapes the gender identity debate.”
On October 29, 2019, I spoke at the Toronto Public Library at an event called, “Gender Identity: What Does It Mean for Society, the Law, and Women?” Hundreds protested, claiming what I…
Trans activist groups are engaged in ongoing attempts to pressure the Vancouver Public Library (VPL) to no-platform feminist voices via an exclusionary room booking policy not based on existing laws.
Women warned the media, politicians, activists, and the public about the repercussions of gender identity ideology and legislation, and now that those repercussions are being played out in real time, those warned remain silent.
Academics should be standing together in defence of universities’ fundamental values: the pursuit of truth, evidence-based research, and academic freedom. They should not be joining in when identity groups mob their colleagues.
Get The L Out is about more than defending lesbian’s sexual and political boundaries — it is also about creating a common future for lesbians and other women.
Katherine M. Acosta speaks with Nina Paley about her film, “Seder-Masochism,” her fight against copyright law, and trans activist efforts to de-platform her.
Rather than represent the LGBT community, Stonewall has cashed in on the corporate world’s desire to appear progressive and to use LGBT rights as a marketing tool.