Yesterday, a UK judge determined that Maya Forstater’s employer was justified in firing her for speaking out against gender identity legislation. Forstater lost her job as a tax expert at the Center…
Tag: women’s rights
#GIDYVR’s third event explored media bias in the gender identity debate, but made clear the challenges women face in speaking up about their concerns.
On Saturday, #GIDYVR hosted its third event in a series of panels: “How media bias shapes the gender identity debate.”
On October 29, 2019, I spoke at the Toronto Public Library at an event called, “Gender Identity: What Does It Mean for Society, the Law, and Women?” Hundreds protested, claiming what I…
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.
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.
The essay that follows is adapted from remarks delivered at Vancouver Public Library on January 10, 2019 by Indigenous feminist and activist Fay Blaney, who addressed the theme of Gender Identity Ideology…
On January 10, 2019, Meghan Murphy spoke on a panel at the Vancouver Public Library about gender identity and women’s rights.
Sex self-identification and the concept of “gender identity” are having major impacts on education, health, sports, and women’s safety in New Zealand that need to be examined.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Susan Boyd about the Liberal’s proposed changes to Canada’s Divorce Act, and how those changes might impact women.
Women cannot possibly be viewed human so long our humanity is determined by men’s circumstantial “civilization.”
Meghan Murphy interviews Judith Green, a longtime socialist activist who recently helped to launch Woman’s Place UK, a group committed to supporting women’s sex-based rights and challenging proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act.
“We can’t do this as individuals — we have to do this as sisters.”
Debates in which people are condemned for thinking critically are unlikely to lead to responsible public policy.
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Mary Lou Singleton, a midwife, nurse practitioner, and reproductive sovereignty activist about everything from self-abortion to midwifery to where the reproductive rights movement went wrong.