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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

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

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

Size of the Transgender Population and Why It Matters

The inclusiveness and ambiguity with which the descriptor “transgender” is being used in the public sphere can make estimates as to prevalence very difficult. In this article we will review some of the best studies to arrive at a useful working estimate as to the

ARPA Canada on Gender Ideology

ARPA Canada does thoughtful and significant work from a Christian perspective. This article gives a good overview of Bill C-16,  and presents a position that is careful and nuanced. The bill limits the fundamental freedoms of expression, religion, and association, without improving the lives of people

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