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7 May 2021
Gender identity: 'We didn't assess the risks for women'. Says a (gay) pioneer in the fight for trans rights. Who today would like to go back
"The Yogyakarta Principles for Gender Identity,' admits Robert Wintemute, who participated in its drafting, 'did not take into account the impact it would have on women and only put trans rights first. After all, almost only men and trans people attended the meeting. Today I realised that we were wrong.
The implications of the Yogyakarta Principles on women's rights.
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6 May 2021
Gender identity: there is time in Italy to stop it before it happens
The rise of transgenderism in the UK and the struggle of feminists.
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9 March 2021
I'm trans, I live in the UK and I'm fine: how the US media misrepresents reality
Being against trans ideology does not at all mean hating trans people or being trans exclusionary, as queers shout. Far from it. Like women, transgender people do not benefit from trans-ideology. Columnist Debbie Hayton explains this very well and definitively. Who - incidentally - is trans. Readers of the New York Times might wonder how trans people survive in the UK. On the other side of the Atlantic, the paper speaks of a hostile climate in which both the left and the right [...]
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1 January 2021
RADICAL FEMINISM IS WINNING ALL OVER THE WORLD
I think a lot of us are feeling pretty down right now. Covids, stressful political changes, lockdowns, having to wear a mask everywhere we go (and hardly ever leaving the house!) and I could go on. But if there is a glimmer of light in the midst of all this misery it is the remarkable success of feminism worldwide - in particular, radical feminism. Don't get me wrong: feminism still has its work cut out for it, both in the ongoing struggle for [...]
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