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Letter To the Editor Contest

We want to get Canada talking about Bill C-16. So we are offering $350 worth of Amazon.ca gift cards to inspire Canadians to write and submit articles and letters to Canadian news outlets and websites. The rules are simple: i. Write an article or opinion

Do You Value and Respect De-Trans Individuals?

One of the things I have been saying in the mass media, which is absolutely blowing up right now, is that I love, value, and respect Trans and De-Trans individuals. The mass-media trans-narrative wants to present me as a hater, and I’m willing to take that

Steele & Drex Live Radio Interview for CKNW

  On Monday, February 6th I joined Lynda Steele and Drex on their CKNW radio show. I enjoyed the back and forth, slightly adversarial format. It allows for a clear presentation of our position free from mass-media bias and tampering, which was particularly egregious 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.

Article in Daily Xtra

Daily Xtra ran an article on our posters today! Overall, I’m thankful for the exposure. I expect our site will get an increase in traffic, and people will interact with viewpoints they probably haven’t ever heard before; -why are showers and change-rooms considered a gender-based,

National Geographic Gender Issue Review: Part II

In the first installment of our critical review of the National Geographic Gender Issue, we considered the statement on page 14 (“Helping Families Talk About Gender”) that it is likely that there are both biological and social factors for the onset of gender nonconformity in children, or

National Geographic Gender Issue Review: Part I

Part I: Social Causes? National Geographic has recently been stealing headlines for it’s Gender Issue (Jan 2017), with 9 year-old transgirl Avery Jackson on it’s cover. In a Washington Post story by Ben Guarino, he cites the varied reactions editor Susan Goldberg has received, from “Kudos