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In February 2020, before the great pandemic, we met in Naples, associations and individual Italian radical feminists. From that meeting came the text In Radice - Per l'Inviolabilità del Corpo femminile, which was later signed by many international groups including the American WoLF - Women's Liberation Front (USA), the English (and global) Declaration on Women's Sex-Based Rights, Women Speak Tasmania, We The Female (Quebec) and by individual feminists such as Meghan Murphy (Feminist Current), Jennifer Lahl (Stop Surrogacy Now), Sylviane Agacinski, Rachel Moran, founder of SPACE International -Survivors of Prostitution, Marie-Jo Bonnet and many others (all subscriptions below).

Here you can find the text translated into many languages.


Women are female human adults

- The subject of feminism is women

- We counteract the of male desire over the world- We reject the misogynistic use of the concept of genre

Only women can be mothers. Only women can be lesbians. No to the mystifications of transfeminism

- On the maternity the first and last word belongs to women

- We are against any reduction of the female body to a commoditytherefore

- We oppose theuterus for rent and the market for human gametes

- We oppose the surgical manipulation and pharmacologisation of the bodies of girls and boys behaviour that does not conform to gender stereotypes

- We fight against prostitution, trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and children-i, and against the abuse of the female body to sell goods

- We reject the pseudo-right to sexual assistance

- We are in permanent mobilisation against feminicide and against male violence that produces a daily massacre from house to house and is a function of domination

We reject dominance as the regulating principle of human coexistence

- Violence is the poverty reduction of women, the difficulty of access to resources and paid work, the pay gap between women and men and the exploitation of unpaid domestic and care work

- Violence is theexclusion and marginalisation of women in the governance of human communities

- Motherhood and fatherhood have different material and symbolic premises. We oppose the ascientific devices and constructs (PAS and other formulas) used in court by fathers to take children away from their mothers.

- We denounce the inaction of the institutions on the cases of disappearance of womenincreasingly frequent in our country as well

- We fight for a new civilisation starting with symbolic female independenceby the free signification of sexual difference, of the relationship between mother and daughter-son as a model for every human relationship

- The inviolability of the female body is the first movement to the inviolability of the body of all living beings and of the Earth we live

(written by Marina Terragni)



Arcilesbica, Assoc. Salute donna, Protocollonapoli, Radfem Italia, Rua, Se non ora quando-Genova, Udi nazionale, Udi Napoli, Trame, Festival dell'Eccellenza al Femminile-Genova, Donne Insieme Arzano, Associazione Social Skills, Arcidonna Napoli, Catena Rosa, Udi Portici-San Giorgio-Ercolano, Donne in Quota, Comitato in difesa delle Vittime di Tratta e contro la cultura prosseneta, Associazione Magdalen Berns, Associazione socioculturale Liberarte, Rete Nazionale dei Collettivi Dipende da Noi Donne, Associazione per un Europa dei Popoli, Associazione Donne Insieme

Declaration on Women's Sex-Based Rights

WoLF- Women's Liberation Front (USA)

Women Speak Tasmania


Sara Punzo, Veronica Tamborini, Paola Maschio, Angela Tacchini, Caterina Arcidiacono, Antonella Bozzaotra, Gabriella Ferrari Bravo, Elvira Reale, Ester Ricciardelli, Stefania Cantatore, Monica Ricci Sargentini, Pia Marcolivio, Maria Laura Antonellini, Bianca Romano, Marina Terragni, Alessandra Bocchetti, Vittoria Tola, Angela Giuffrida, Luciana Percovich, Valeria Damiani, Daniela Dioguardi, Nadia Riva


Sylviane Agacinski, France

Jennifer Lahl (Stop Surrogacy Now) USA

Rachel Moran, founder of SPACE International -Survivors of Prostitution-Abuse Calling for Enlightenment and author of 'Rape for Pay' (Ireland)

Meghan Murphy, writer and journalist, founder of Feminist Currentprobably the most important gender critical feminist website (CANADA).

Marie Josèphe Devillers - co-chair of CQFD lesbiennes féministes, France

Marie-Jo Bonnet, historian, feminist and writer, one of the founders of the Mouvement de Libération des Femmes (MLF) and Ciams, Coalition Internationale pour l'Abolition de la Maternité de Substitution (Ciams).GPA), France

Mary Hickman (USA)

Laura Rivas Martínez (Spain)

Celia González Cortés (Spain)

Witchy XX (UK)

We The Female (Quebec)

Anna Masciovecchio (USA)

Megan Giacomelli (QUEBEC)

Yvonne Manly (USA)

Nicole Kailee Rose (USA)

Amalia Diaconeasa (USA)

C.T. Lark (USA)

Ira Ren (USA)

Belle Black (USA)

Ava McClatchey (USA)

Madison Match (USA)

Eva Bouw (USA)

Yolanda Garcìa Ares (Spain)

Rohini M

Johanna Pinkiewitz (Tasmania)

Paola Tavella, Eliana Bouchard, Sandra Bonfiglioli, Eloisa Dacquino, Mariella Pandolfi, Laura Valente, Clara Pappalardo, Paola Bassino Martinetto, Wilma Plevano, Consuelo Barillari, Rossana Casalegno, Maria Elena Muffato, Gianna Curti Clech, Daniela Caporale, Ada Ferri,Dina Speranza, Silvana Campese, Isabella Mele, Ebe Navarini, Pina Scognamiglio, Rosaria Guarino, Samantha Schloss, Paola Pagnini Ida Orlando, Cinzia Aruta, Fabiola Cerciello, Rosa Di Matteo, Samantha Schloss, Agnese Fiducia, Angela Di Luciano, Alessia Siniscalchi, Annamaria Raimondi, Maria Fusco, Vittoria Camboni, Giuliana Buffo, Giuliana Michelagnoli, Monica Asirelli, Giovanna Franchetti, Jeannette Migliorin, Claudia Castangia, Annamaria Visconti, Teresa Di Gennaro, Lina Noviello, Maria Saetta, Daniela Tuscano, Milva Branchetti Donatella Martini, Francesca Cirelli, Mariangela Cascone, Caterina Gatti, Izå Diana Ihnatiuc, Iaia de Marco, Mafalda Micillo, Tina Licciardiello, Enza Turco, Tina Quarto, Annalisa Cerchia, Daniela Loiacono, Antonella Cammardella, Eugenia Di Virgilio, Veronica Tamborini, Claudia Martelli, Vanessa Scifo, Anna Basevi, Rita Paltrinieri, Irene Starace, Sara Morace, Carla Longobardo, Martina Caselli, Enza Bellantuono, Miriam Capobianco, Francesca Traina, Betty Argenziano, Nadia Di Carlo, Sonia Wieland, Marcella Quaranta, Raffaella Molena Tassetto, Lia Aurioso, Arianna Di Vitto, Antonia Romano, Pasqua Teora, Maria Luigia Gandolfi, Marilena Zirotti, Stella Zaltieri, Giacomo Vitali, Dina Speranza, Anna Nestucci, Stefania Maggio, Rossella Marchesini, Patrizia Dionigi


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