Last week, Andrew Sullivan published an article proposing a “truce” in the “trans wars.” In general, I am a fan of truces. While in my youth I may have enjoyed warring for…
Vaishnavi Sundar’s film, Dysphoric, explores the social, medical, and institutional construction of gender identity.
This week, Elliot Page, who was known until very recently as Ellen Page, was featured on the cover of TIME. Looking pale, thin, sickly, and miserable, Page announces, “I’m fully who I…
Unlike most other International Women’s Days, this time, we actually have something to celebrate. Despite over a century of efforts by feminists, women have never managed to come up with a good…
Canada is a secular country, why is it imposing patriarchal religion on women and children via Bill C-6?
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.
Western progressives and academics continue to use people and cultures they don’t understand to prop up their gender politics, treating these identities and cultural complexities as convenient tools that serve their political narrative.
The growing popularity of “Sissy Hypno” porn online appears to have a notable impact on men’s interest in transsexualism, yet this isn’t part of the “gender identity” narrative.
Thanksgiving is going to look different this year. Mostly it will look like tweets about conservative grandma-killers and leftists demanding a police state. It might also look like depressing screen shots of…
A militant trans activism positively requires “trans children” to exist as natural figures in order to fabricate the illusion that transgender identity is apolitical.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Janice Raymond about her seminal book, The Transsexual Empire, which remains ever-relevant, 40 years later.
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.
The professor of parody returns.
Debra Soh’s new book should perhaps have been named, The End of Gender Identity, as this is what it actually argues for, rather than “the end of gender.”
Women, even at their most difficult, do not cause the same kind of problems that arise as a result of men’s presence in women’s shelters. Women do not treat other women the way men treat women. Women do not do to other women what men do to women.