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22 October 2021
3 months paternity leave: but mothers and fathers are not equal
The "Family Act" measure announced by Equal Opportunities Minister Bonetti at the Women's Forum G20 Italy. But if greater male participation is desirable, the equalitarian logic that inspires sharing moves once again in the direction of the neutral, denying female difference and promoting ineffective actions
During the opening of the "Women's Forum G20 Italy" in Milan, the Minister for Equal Opportunities, Elena Bonetti, announced plans to gradually extend compulsory paternity leave from the current 10 days to 3 months, as part of the "Family Act". The extension - and in some cases equalisation - of fathers' and mothers' leave is presented as a progressive policy aimed at achieving greater "gender equality" in the family and at work, as well as [...]
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16 July 2021
Too fast, too tall, too strong: An analysis of Petrillo's performance in the men's and then in the women's category #Olympics
A study by statistician Marco Alciator on the athlete's results before and after taking hormones and switching from the male to the female category based on his declared gender identity. Evidently, even with the lowered testosterone levels required to compete in the women's category, he is still unfairly advantaged. But the media rejoice at his easy victories.
When questions arise about the fairness of trans-identified male athletes competing with women, the usual reply is that their performance has deteriorated since their 'gender transition'. Considering the fact that sports competitions are divided by sex, namely the sexual difference of men's and women's bodies, and not on performance parameters, is it true that lowered testosterone levels would worsen the results of male athletes who say they 'feel like women'? The IOC's decision to admit these men to women's competitions [...].
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7 June 2021
24 Italian female athletes to take legal action against male ultracorps in their sports
The sportswomen -including Cristina Sanulli and Denise Neumann, beaten by the trans Valentina Petrillo- claim to be deprived of fair competitions, in violation of the Equal Opportunities Code. And they write to Minister Bonetti and Undersecretary Vezzali. No answer so far.
As the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games approached in July, the media began showing footage of women's competitions in which male-born athletes also participate - and almost always win - thanks to the guidelines drawn up by an all-male group of the International Olympic Committee, which stipulate self-identification with 'female gender identity' and lowered testosterone levels as the only criteria. The images of these tall, muscular bodies, with a frame that despite the [...]
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19 February 2021
"Gender? No thanks. Women and men. Modernising the language of politics
Radical feminism has long since stopped using the term 'gender' to refer to sexual difference. In fact, it no longer uses it at all: "women and men" or even "the two sexes" are words that are perfectly fine and have the advantage that they cannot be misunderstood. Language is the human environment, the world is built with words, which is why they must be chosen carefully. Since the 1990s, the word gender has been completely redefined. Mary Daly had prophesied: of [...]
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