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Women’s Liberation Front statement on introduction of the Equality Act

Recently, in a Palm Springs, CA, swim center, three teenage girls were traumatized by encountering a naked man showering in the women’s locker room. They reported this to the police, who did nothing, because the man “identifies as a woman.” [1] The gender identity provisions of the Equality Act will make this state of affairs the law of the land in all 50 states, enshrining in federal law a shocking repudiation of the long-established right to bodily privacy from the opposite sex, through the lawful provision of single-sex accommodations. For the sake of the feelings of some individuals with gender identity claims, the Equality Act ...

WoLF’s week of action in DC: link roundup

Members of the Women's Liberation Front took part in a week packed with political action and organizing, January 26 - February 2, 2019. We've collected links to information and media here to commemorate that week. — Women Stand Up Protests at Facebook and Twitter offices with Standing for Women — Delivery of WoLF's Declaration of No Confidence in LGB Movement Leadership and Natasha Chart's speech in front of HRC headquarters. — Speeches hosted by We Need To Talk: ~ Lierre Keith, WoLF co-founder ~ Kara Dansky, WoLF board member ~ Brie Jontry, 4th Wave Now contributor ~ Meghan Murphy, founder of ...

Julia Beck testifies to Congress: gender identity undermines women’s space

Watch WoLF member Julia Beck testify to members of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security about the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) which Congress allowed to expire last December, 2018. Julia explains how the requirement to interpret sex as "gender identity" under VAWA has made it impossible to maintain women-only spaces for survivors of male violence to heal away from the threatening and re-traumatizing presence of men. Unfortunately, instead of using the opportunity to ask Julia some important questions, several Democrats chose to grandstand and scold her. Several Republicans made insightful remarks and asked ...

The Male Sports Writers Who Say the End of Women’s Sports is No Big Deal

Recently Martina Navratilova was shunned by queer sports organizations but cheered by many others for taking a stand against male sports cheats acting under cover of “gender identity.” Since then male sports writers have been using their platforms to proclaim that boys must be allowed to compete in races against girls simply because they claim to “identify as girls,” and anyone questioning this new orthodoxy is a bigot. In the U.S., the latest one to come out as a sexist is Dave Zirin, sports editor for The Nation and frequent guest writer for outlets that claim to be progressive or socialist.   Zirin boldly proclaims that “there is ...

Lesbian sports legend Martina Navratilova steps up for women and girls

After withdrawing for a time to research the subject, lesbian sport legend Martina Navratilova has published a piece in the Sunday Times of London, affirming her commonsense view that it’s unfair for men who identify as women to be allowed to dominate women’s athletic competitions. The reaction has been swift and, for anyone familiar with current transactivist behavior, sadly predictable. The managing editor of Outsports.com – a man who reportedly left his wife to "transition" in middle age, now calls himself Dawn, and tweets from an account named SportsGirl – tweeted at Martina using the slur “terf” and asking her to comment. ...

Petition to Apple and Google, regarding Twitter and Facebook

Join us by adding your signature! On the basis that Twitter and Facebook use their moderation policies to encourage and abet the abuse of women, and also use their platforms to protect sexually offensive men, further on the basis that Twitter allows their platform to be used for commercial sexual solicitation and the public sharing of extreme porn on an all-ages website, petitioners request that Apple and Google review the suitability of the Twitter and Facebook apps appearing in the Apple and Android mobile app stores. In support of their request petitioners further state the following. Moderation: Both Twitter and Facebook routinely tell ...

Women’s Liberation Front vs United States

 On August 11th, Women's Liberation Front filed suit against the U.S. Federal Government for the recent actions of the Department of Justice and Department of Education stripping women and girls of their Title IX rights (freedom from discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded schools).   WoLF v. United States Department of Justice, et al. ComplaintDownload WoLF v. US: Frequently Asked Questions Download Update: The Trump administration issued a new “Dear Colleague Letter” on February 22, 2017, rescinding the Obama administration’s letter and rendering our New Mexico complaint moot. WoLF voluntarily dismissed the ...

Thinking Differently Conference

Lierre Keith and I went to London last weekend to speak at the Thinking Differently: Feminists Questioning Gender Politics conference on July 16. This was an herstorical event, the first full-day public conference that we know of on the topic of how gender identity politics harm women and girls. It was organized by London radical feminists Julia Long and Sheila Jeffries.  Let me give you a summary of the conference. Video footage of the event will be available in August. Session 1: Historicising Transgenderisms Sheila Jeffries talked about how transgenderism is a manufactured social contagion being marketed by big pharma, mass media and capitalist ...

Deconstructing Gender Identity Under Male Supremacy

WoLF members present panel at the 2016 Left Forum titled: Deconstructing Gender Identity Under Male Supremacy

Roe v. Wade Day

The Women's Liberation Front will be collaborating with Stop Patriarchy on January 22-23 in a counter protest of the annual "March For Life," the anti-abortion rally held every year on the anniversary of the historic Supreme Court decision about abortion known as Roe vs. Wade. Last year, Stop Patriarchy succeeded in stopping this anti-woman march for a time. This year we will make an even bigger impact by joining forces. If you can make it to DC, San Francisco, or Austin, fantastic! If not, counter-protest in your own town!