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.
Tag: trans activism
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.
Beth Stelzer fears trans activism puts the future of women’s sports in jeopardy, and wants to create a safe space for voices like hers.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Angela C. Wild of #GetTheLOut about her new report about the impact of trans ideology on lesbians.
Raquel Rosario Sanchez interviews two members of Feministas Radicales Independientes de Argentina (FRIA), Maira and Ana. At a meeting organized by Ni Una Menos in February, Ana was physically attacked by a male trans activist.
Trans activists have successfully lobbied Vancouver politicians to deny city funding to Canada’s oldest rape crisis centre, on account of their woman-only policy.
One thousand women have signed on to a letter in support of Graham Linehan, who has been subject to a vicious smear campaign led by trans activists.
Labeling anyone who acknowledges material reality “transphobic” helps no one.
A growing number of feminists have raised alarm about their Twitter accounts being blocked by the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation and its president.
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
Twitter allows online abuse against women, punishing those who attempt to hold men and the company to account.