School ends, forced withdrawals of children begin again

Despite a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Cassation defining the forced removal of minors as 'outside the rule of law', this morning in the province of Lodi an 11-year-old boy was snatched from his mother, who was forcibly and deceptively detained while her son was taken. Here is how the events unfolded in the account of a witness

This morning in the province of Lodi, in Casalmaiocco, an 11-year-old boy, Gioele, was forcibly snatched and suddenly and traumatically removed from the mother with whom he was living. Here are the facts as told by a MaternaMente activist present at the time: 'Deborah and her son had been summoned for a meeting by the social services this morning. The meeting took place online and the SS used reassuring tones. The mother then went to the municipality to [...].

New England Journal of Medicine: abortion ban is a health catastrophe

The prestigious magazine raises the alarm: it will be mainly poor and black women who will pay the price of the Supreme Court ruling, driven back into abortion with serious health risks. Even the morning-after pill and even the IUD could be banned and prosecuted as abortifacient means

The US Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization represents an extraordinary reversal (...) Yet it was not unexpected. In the long and painful prelude to the decision, many states severely restricted access to reproductive health care. The fig leaf covering these restrictions was that induced abortion was a dangerous procedure that required stricter regulation to protect the health of women seeking such care. The facts belie this false rhetoric. The latest data available in the United States [...]

How they won the war against Roe

Failure to turn Roe v. Wade into law was the capital mistake of the American left, starting with Barack Obama. Abortion was an entirely secondary issue for trans-politics-absorbed liberals, who have spent years erasing the word 'woman' by renaming it as 'menstruator' and 'uterus carrier', rather than addressing women's rights

How did American pro-lifers win the war against Roe v. Wade? In the article of which we present you with extended excerpts, journalist Sarah Ditum explains how the Democrats' neglect and arrogance unwittingly helped set women's rights in America back 50 years. "When did it become certain that American women's right to abortion would be revoked? The Supreme Court's ruling that "Roe was terribly wrong from the start" leaked almost two months ago, [...]

US midterm elections: will women be decisive after the abortion ruling?

What will American women do now? Will they win solidarity among themselves, as they have always won in Italy over abortion? Or will they settle into opposing sides in a quasi-civil war? The November vote will be the first test. Women could form the strong core of that moderate front that cannot find political expression in the US

What will American women do now? Will they win solidarity among themselves, as they have always won in Italy with regard to abortion, holding together Catholics and agnostics, left-wing and right-wing women in defence of law 194/78? Or will they settle into opposing camps, to put it mildly, the quasi-civil war underway in the United States? The midterm elections in November, with the Republicans as favourites, will be the first test: how many female voters, albeit [...].

Trans issue: change of wind among progressives

The 'la' is given by the American Democrats, but also in the rest of the West the trans-filia of the progressives is beginning to show signs of breaking down. Electoral opportunism, sure. But the change must be registered. Keeping our eyes wide open

Michele Serra is a friend and I appreciate very much that he has taken it upon himself to break the silence from the left -finally- on the unbearable injustice of male bodies in women's sports (L'Amaca in La Repubblica yesterday, 22 June), an injustice against which we have been fighting for a long time (here you will find an infinity of texts on this subject). A note, if possible: I would have avoided using the woke cisgender definition, imposed by transactivism, and in which the vast majority of women in the world, athletes and non-athletes alike, [...].

But women still exist

We don't like the title too much, especially that laconic 'again', but thanks to La Repubblica for hosting our intervention in the debate that started with Michela Marzano's text entitled 'Se non è il sesso a fare la donna'. We republish it here because you cannot find it on'online

Published in La Repubblica our text in the debate opened by Michela Marzano with her intervention on 'women with penises' and other wonders. We are keeping the original title that was given to our intervention so as not to cause confusion, even if we do not like it much. Here is the full text to follow. What is a woman? She is the one who brought us into the world, each and every one of us. Of this there can be no doubt. Which in no way means that [...]

Bye bye 'Lia': world stop to trans swimmers in women's races

Despite the scandalous and opportunistic silence of the sports media, the World Swimming Federation closes to male bodies in women's competitions (something similar has also been decided for cycling). Soon, hopefully, all other categories will follow. The trophy-stealing 'Lia' Thomas cases will not happen again. Honour to the female athletes who fought against this colossal injustice. And to all of us who have resisted the misogynistic violence of gender ideology for years.

Fighting is needed: piece by piece the wall of trans-ideology is crumbling. And while the American Democrats - Hillary Clinton's word - are resoundingly distancing themselves from trans-activism because they realise that they are risking the presidency of the United States on these issues, the Fina (Fédération Internationale de Natation), the world governing body of swimming, has voted in favour of new rules according to which transgender athletes will not be allowed to compete in elite women's competitions if they have crossed any part of the [...]

Hillary Clinton: if we keep talking about trans people we will lose the election

Interviewed by the Financial Times she admits that there are other priorities and that if they continue along this path the Democrats will lose the presidency, starting with the midterm in November. A resounding turnaround in the hope of salvaging what can be saved. Will the western democratic parties -starting with the PD- follow the gender critical change of course?

For the first time in years, American Democrats break the taboo: they do so with none other than the authoritative voice of former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to whom continuing to talk about trans people will risk defeat for progressives. The interview is published in the Financial Times. Question Edward Luce: "The Democrats seem to be doing everything they can to lose the election by holding up activist causes-particularly the transgender debate-that are only relevant to a [...]
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