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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,

UK: “Renders men legally indestinguishable from women”

Posted at Transgender Trend, this Submission to Women And Equalities Committee Inquiry Into Implementation Of SDG5 highlights a number of important arguments for sex-based rights from a feminist perspective. Among some of the best points that are rarely considered in the mass-media: Legal issues: “renders men

REAL Women of Canada

REAL Women of Canada has a brief but excellent article on Bill C-16 explaining some of the political shenanigans that have gone on (Nov 2, 2016). Some excerpts: The debate commenced at 10:10 a.m. and in just 4 hours at 2:00 p.m. the majority Liberals pushed

Kara Dansky: “Legal Erasure of Women”

  At Feminist Current, Meghan Murphy interviews Kara Dansky, lawyer and spokeswoman for Women’s Liberation Front and their opposition to a U.S. redefinition of “sex” to include “gender identity” in Title IX. I don’t agree with everything that WoLF stands for, however almost all of what she says

An Open Letter to Canada’s Senators

Bill C-16 Means the End of Women’s Rights An Open Letter to Canada’s Senators Bill C-16 has now been passed by the House of Commons and now only you, the Senate, stand in the way of this disastrous bill becoming law. On the face of

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List of MP’s Who Voted to Protect Women

There are multiple aspects to Bill C-16: protecting transgendered persons, free speech, religious freedoms, and more. But only these 40 MP’s voted No to the Bill in the House of Commons and show that they support women’s identity, freedoms, and protection. I encourage you to

LifesiteNews Article

Lifesitenews.com has a great article by Lianne Laurence published Nov. 24th on Bill C-16: Here are a few key excerpts: “Bill C-16 is a bad law, plain and simple. In fact, it is one of the worst laws I have seen proposed in my 12