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Senate Testimony on Bill C-16

On May 10th I was privileged to give testimony to the the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on Bill C-16 along with Meghan Murphy (Feminist Current) and Hilla Kerner (Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter).  Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee for Bill

Where we Agree and Disagree with C-16

In the media our campaign has been portrayed as being against trans-rights, or even against trans individuals. Neither of these are true and we want to clarify why we are against aspects of gender-based rights legislation like C-16, what aspects we have no problem with,

An Unusual Alliance

This is coming out of the States, and we are building on this pioneering work here at WOMAN Means Something. Thanks for your work on behalf of all women and those who want to protect them, Kara Dansky.

A Conservative Defense of Women’s Rights

(as seen in the National Review) Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman. It’s especially hard when everyone around you seems confused about what it even means to be a woman, and when people claim that a biological distinction between the sexes no longer matters

The Voyeurism Epidemic

In February of 2015, the Vancouver Province ran a story on the rise of voyeurism in B.C., my home province, with the headline “How can we get men to stop doing this?” The sober reality is that the crime of voyeurism, almost always by males,

Jensen, Challenging Liberal Bathroom Politics

Robert Jensen, a radical feminist, journalism professor, and author of the forthcoming book, “The End of Patriarchy”, has penned an opinion piece recently published in Dallas News. As always, I encourage you to take time to read the whole thing. While some of it is

Male-Pattern Sexuality in Transwomen in Ontario Study

Sex-Differences and Segregation Why do we segregate men and women’s change rooms? Why do we have a problem with men and women being naked next to one another, changing or showering? (I am not referring to situations where there are separate stalls.) For a small

What Kind of Evidence Should Be Admitted?

A quick perusal of the articles here at WOMAN Means Something should evidence that we believe there are larger things at play than washrooms and change rooms in Bill C-16; the very group identity of women is under attack. However, we do believe that the protections of