Forbidden Discourse: The Silencing of Feminist Criticism of “Gender” An open statement from 37 radical feminists from five countries. August 12, 2013 We, the undersigned 1960s radical feminists and current activists, have been concerned for some time about the rise within the academy and mainstream media of “gender theory,” which avoids naming men and the […]

“The phenomenon of the drag queen dramatically demonstrates such boundary violation. Like whites playing “black face”, he plays at incorporation of the oppressed role without being incorporated in it.” Mary Daly, Gyn/Ecology – 1978 Three months ago, ABC news editor Don Ennis walked into work in a dress and a wig and told colleagues he […]

Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas has changed its policy to allow transgender people to use the public toilets of their choice. This was reported with a sense of victory by Anna Waugh of dallasvoice.com, “the premier media source for LGBT Texas”. Anna Waugh’s article states: Transgender woman Paula Witherspoon got a ticket for using a […]

A man has been granted an entire page on The Independent’s website to explain how he ‘fell into’ downloading sexually exploitative images of young teenage girls. This was his chance to atone for his actions; to apologise to his many victims; to make some sort of pledge to campaign against such images being made and […]

This is my response to a letter written to Catharine MacKinnon by Denise Brogan-Kator. For clarity, I have copied Denise Brogan-Kator’s letter below (in italics), and my response to each point follows. A few weeks ago I got an email from my friend and former law professor, Catharine MacKinnon. She was reaching out to me […]

A sportsperson won a Wimbledon Singles title this weekend. In fact, it was her first ever Grand Slam win. A huge achievement for Marion Bartoli, even more so because she played the entire tournament without dropping a single set, a feat very few tennis players – male or female – have ever achieved. Unfortunately, the […]

This is the front page of today’s i paper, billed as ‘Britain’s first and only concise quality newspaper’. Listen up, i paper: this man didn’t have an ‘affair’ with his pupil. An ‘affair’ is something which happens between consenting adults. Jeremy Forrest’s pupil was 15 when he ABDUCTED her (13 when he first started teaching […]

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