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27 October 2021
Gender identity as seen by a young woman
Following the publication of an official communiqué on Facebook by 'feminists' and Alessandro Zan's re-launch in view of the debate on his bill in the Chamber today, 27 October, I felt it was my duty to make a few things clear out of respect for all women who, like us, do not feel part of this 'feminism'.
I have decided to respond point by point to this communiqué which once again does not fail to misinform. I strongly believe that the women who signed this communiqué do not have a clear understanding of the concept of 'gender identity' which has developed and spread in youth culture over the last few years and which has little to do with the protection of homosexuals and transsexuals. Gender is a social construct that is applied to women and men according to their sex [...]
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8 October 2021
Marina Terragni: 'There is a desire to give women, their hearts, their difference'.
Entrevista con la escritora sobre la Decreto de Ley Zan, el lenguaje de la inclusión, el feminismo y la transfobia. "No soy un género, soy una mujer".
Artículo original aquí Marina Terragni me corrige inmediatamente: "No soy una feminista histórica, soy feminista y punto". Desde mucho antes de que el tema se pusiera de actualidad en Italia con el Ddl Zan, Terragni -que es escritora, y profesora de filosofía- se ha ocupado de la cuestión más controvertida del mundo feminista occidental, la identidad de género: un concepto que ha divisido a las feministas en dos, las que creen que la categoría de mujer debe replantearse y ampliarse [...]
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30 September 2021
Spain: Psoe feminists put obstacles in the path of the Trans Law
After the recent about-turn by the Spanish socialists, who had come out in favour of the Trans Law, the party's feminists are reopening the debate, proposing amendments against gender identity for the next Federal Congress. These have met with grassroots approval, while the leadership is currently silent.
The feminist collective of the PSOE presented amendments to some points of the programme at the party's 40th Federal Congress that would violate equality policies. In particular, the aim is to avoid "the introduction of formulations that imply setbacks for equality policies" and therefore for "the guarantee of women's recognised rights". "Replacing sex with gender" explain the signatories "prevents a proper analysis of the social, economic and political reality in the face of inequalities" as well as "jeopardising the necessary disaggregation [...]
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9 August 2021
Zan bill: the misogynistic hatred of those who want an anti-hate law
A very powerful, fierce, atavistic feeling, says feminist Anna Bonforte Papale. She has been bullied and insulted for days just for mentioning a Constitutional Court ruling against self-certification of gender in a debate. We have all experienced this. Zan is not yet law -if it ever will be- but censorship is already underway. And it is above all women who must keep silent
What is happening to feminist Anna Bonforte Papale (whose FB post we republish almost in its entirety) has happened to many of us many times. In this case, Bonforte has been the object of misogynistic bullying for days simply for having reported during a debate on the Zan bill (in the photo, Bonforte on the right) the passage of a Constitutional Court ruling, the 180/2017, which states: "it should be excluded that the only voluntary element can have priority or exclusive importance for the [...]
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7 July 2021
Meeting ContraBorrado: LEY TRANS & DDL ZAN
ContraBorrado and RadFem Italia jointly analyse the similarities between the "Ley Trans" in Spain and the Zan bill in Italy.
Live with Ángeles Álvaréz, referent of ContraBorrado and one of the most important representatives of Spanish radical feminism. Together with Marina Terragni and Sara Punzo as interpreter from Spanish to Italian, we analyse the similarities between the so-called "ley trans" and the Zan bill. We explain how pro "gender identity" laws harm minors, statistics and women's rights and protection laws. We look with critical feminist perspective at the position of the Italian left and right political parties [...]
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7 July 2021
COMMUNICATION FROM THE FEMINIST NETWORK AGAINST THE ZAN DDL #NoncancelleRete
The protection of homosexual and transsexual persons is a different game from that of gender identity, which aims to reduce human sexuality to insignificance. The two levels must be kept separate. The Senate should vote in full conscience
The Zan dossier is too important to be left to the electoral tactics and personalism of politicians. At issue, with the introduction of gender identity, is a model of civilisation in which human sexuality is reduced to insignificance, an issue that concerns everyone and everyone. We indicated the possibility of returning to the Scalfarotto bill of 2018 -then relaunched by Italia Viva- because that text, born in the centre-left, guarantees the necessary protection of homosexual and transsexual persons [...]
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5 July 2021
Zan bill: better no law than mediation? The game in the hands of the PD
Tomorrow, 6 July, will be a decisive day for the law against homotransfobia. It will become clear whether the centre-left will accept some changes to the text -via gender identity, as we have always demanded- or choose to die in battle.
Tomorrow, Tuesday 6 July, we will know the fate of the Zan bill. We will see if a mediation on the text will be possible or if, instead, the PD and the 5Stelle will decide to go to battle in the courtroom wrapped in the flag of gender identity. For at least a year we have been looking for an interlocutor to propose some changes in the text. We were really convinced that a constructive dialogue was possible, not least for the very good reason that most of us come from or belong to the centre-left. We found only walls, [...]
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3 July 2021
Zan bill: we are proud of us
Italia Viva's mediation proposal calls for a return to the Scalfarotto bill and corresponds to the demands of feminism. After a year of struggles and doors slammed in our faces, we have finally been heard and are at the centre of the debate.
Italia Viva is playing an active mediation role on the Zan ddl and proposes that an agreement be reached on a modified text to "bring the Zan ddl back to the definition contained in the Scalfarotto ddl, that is, adding the words 'or based on homophobia or transphobia, in addition to the issue of disability, and revising the articles accordingly". In short, away with gender identity and away with sex - which in the Zan bill extends protection to misogyny-misandry. It is also asked to delete Article 4 -the [...]
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27 June 2021
Zan bill: Beppe Sala's backhandedness
The mayor "nominates" Milan as a spearhead in the fight for the approval of the Zan ddl. Which confirms that it has at its heart the cancellation of sex and free choice of gender
Yesterday in Milan the most "political" of Pride events: hence the "shoulder", as it was called, for the approval of the Zan law. Here are some of the most significant things said from the stage of the event. Alessandro Zan: 'Those who criticise the law have never read it. We cannot mediate on the living flesh of people. Removing a piece of the law can have very serious consequences. Removing gender identity means abandoning trans people. If you take it away, don't call it Zan law anymore. In truth perhaps no one [...]
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26 June 2021
These children are not yours: an American mother's revolt against trans-propaganda in schools
Rebelling against a climate she describes as Orwellian, Dawn Land spoke out during a school meeting to denounce queer indoctrination of girls and propaganda about gender identity and puberty blockers. This is one of the risks we run by approving the Zan legislative decree.
The woman you see in the film is called Dawn Land and is the mother of one - or one, she does not specify - student in the Puyallup School District, Washington state. Bravely breaking censorship on 21 June, she intervened during a parents' meeting to denounce the trans and queer indoctrination to which children in primary and secondary schools (5-12 years old) are subjected. This is the reality in American and Canadian schools. His speech, interrupted by the liberating applause [...]
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23 June 2021
The Vatican, feminists, Zan and foolish men
Diplomatic relations between Italy and the Vatican are not our business. On the other hand, we have the utmost competence on the many worrying critical aspects of the Zan bill. We have long asked to be heard. Now we no longer ask. Ask them
Diplomatic relations between Italy and the Vatican are not our business, at least no more than it is for any other citizen. Everyone will legitimately have their own opinion. Some will judge the Vatican's action as undue interference, others as a legitimate call to respect pacts between States. Others will remain perfectly indifferent. However, the subject matter of the crisis - the contents of the Zan bill - is our responsibility, in the sense that we have jurisdiction over it. We are probably among those who know most about these issues. [...]
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17 June 2021
Misandry out of the Zan bill: a boon for mothers and children, a gift for abusive fathers
Antonella Penati, mother of Federico killed by his father during a "protected" meeting, speaks. The court and also the European Court of Human Rights do not consider the social workers responsible for failing to protect the child. And now, after the Pas, the danger of "misandry" against women and children is announced.
Forcibly snatching terrified girls and boys from their homes, taking them away from their mothers. Pisa, 15 June: forcible removal of an 8-year-old boy from his mother by order of the ordinary court with the intervention of 11 public officials who forced him to a sudden change of residence, to hand him over to his father with whom he has never lived - in Sicily - in the name of the so-called right to bigenitoriality.The psychologists of Protocollo Napoli stigmatize the incident, the Order of Psychologists of Lombardy [...].
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