An Ontario Superior Court decision determines the Human Rights Code does not prohibit public discussion of issues related to transgenderism.
Tag: women’s rights
My talk from Let Women Speak Austin on August 12, 2023
The ‘most feminist government’ in the history of Spain abandoned women, and Sunday’s election doesn’t look like it will change things.
In celebration of Pride, the corporate-sponsored 2SLGBTQ+ grift ignores violence against women while claiming the ‘2SLGBTQ+ community’ is under attack.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with founder of New Zealand’s Women’s Rights Party.
Meghan Murphy speaks with two activists fighting to keep male inmates out of women’s prisons, Jennifer Thomas and Amanda Stulman.
Carla Duda escaped a patriarchal, cult-like religion as a teen, assuming her rights as a woman were inalienable. She was wrong.
Women’s rights campaigner Kellie-Jay Keen narrowly escapes a mob of protesters at her Let Women Speak event in Auckland
“Call Jane” reminds us where we could easily end up if we don’t protect the rights women fought for decades ago.
Once marginal, we are no longer: terfs have become the norm. The problem is, we lost the legislative fight.
The women’s movement in Ireland is facing a set back with the encroachment of gender identity legislation, but women are ready to fight back
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Norwegian feminist Christina Ellingsen, who is being investigated under hate crime charges for saying that men can’t be lesbians or mothers.
On the podcast, Meghan Murphy speaks with Maya Forstater, co-founder of Sex Matters and the ‘Respect my sex if you want my X’ campaign.
Embed from Getty Images I never write about abortion. This is because, frankly, the debate has always bored me, and I have never really understood it. In Canada, there has not been…
At the very bottom of the socio-economic ladder, more and more women and girls are being put in unthinkable, unacceptable, and unprecedented situations involving men, many of whom are already convicted sexual predators. Yet the outrage mobs pass them by.