The attacks on Feminist Current and on women who speak out against the status quo will continue, yet we must keep fighting.
Tag: women’s rights
The Irish Women’s Lobby (IWD) launched on March 8, 2021. I interviewed three members of the group recently about their goals and the particular issues they are dealing with in Ireland. Meghan…
Feminists, lesbians, gay men, and detransitioned youth want “gender identity” removed from Bill C-6 legislation against conversation therapy.
Last month, on inauguration day, President Biden signed the “Executive Order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation.” Women across the United States and around…
President Joe Biden’s “Executive Order on Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation” is a slap in the face to women and girls.
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.
Here are our five most-read posts of 2020.
Despite bleak times, the feminist movement experienced some big wins this year which should be celebrated.
Women’s rights are for everyone, not just those who vote for your preferred party.
The professor of parody returns.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Katherine Acosta and Lauren Levey about the aims of WHRC USA and the problem posed to women by the Equality Act (H.R. 5).
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.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Renate Klein about the harms of surrogacy.
New York State rushed through a bill legalizing commercial surrogacy despite ongoing opposition from women’s groups.
The men, women, and corporations who used IWD to virtue signal while actively working against all the feminist movement has achieved, to date, should be ashamed.