Canada’s longest standing rape crisis centre was stripped of city funding due to their women-only policy, but the women behind the organization and its supporters refuse to give up.
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INTERVIEW: Julia Beck on the Equality Act, sex self-identification, and why she perseveres in the face of controversy
Meghan Murphy interviews lesbian feminist Julia Beck about coming out, fighting sex self-identification, the Equality Act, and working within — and without — the system.
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.
On January 10, 2019, Lee Lakeman spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Sister Dandelion about the Pussy Church of Modern Witchcraft and the controversy surrounding it.
Everyone — including trans activists and allies — should demonstrate zero tolerance for perpetrators of violence and sexual misconduct, regardless of how they identify.
Shon Faye claims to be in solidarity with women, but if that’s true, why doesn’t he respect our autonomy?
“Exclusion” has become a bad word, of late, but is not inherently so.
Murray Edwards College, one of Cambridge’s women-only colleges, has decided to open admissions to any student who “at the point of application identifies as a woman.”
The term “TERF” is not just used to smear and deride, but to incite violence.
Debates in which people are condemned for thinking critically are unlikely to lead to responsible public policy.
The attacks on Body Blitz Spa are unreasonable — women should be allowed access to safe spaces, away from males.
During a time when the popular focus on trans rights has led queer activists to question and ultimately condemn the concept of a biological woman, feminists need to pay attention. And this…
As a founding member of the Aboriginal Women’s Action Network (AWAN), I am fascinated by recent conversations about Joseph Boyden. I love that Indigenous peoples are asserting the importance of lived experience, growing…