14 results for author: Women's Liberation Front


WoLF highlights bipartisanship on gender identity

WoLF board member Kara Dansky sat down with Family Policy Alliance as unlikely allies for privacy and the safety of women and girls. Watch their conversation below.

WoLF Statement on U.S. Election Results

Many of us are shocked, depressed and in crisis today. Please remember that you are not alone. You have so many sisters working patiently and fiercely for your right to live on your own terms. You have so many foremothers who passed on gifts they would never see to women they nonetheless cared for. Your survival is a victory for all of us. Our greatest strength as survivors of girlhood and as radical feminists is in the communities we build through our work, the joy and comfort that we find in solidarity. Please be kind to each other.  Please support one another. Please tell us what you need from our organization right now. If you live in the ...

Obama Administration Responds to WoLF Lawsuit

The Obama Administration has officially moved to dismiss our complaint in the case of Women’s Liberation Front v. United States. This is serious business. dojs-motion-to-dismiss WoLF has sued the Administration over its redefinition of sex to mean “gender identity.” We argue in our complaint that the Administration’s redefinition effectively erases women as a legal category worthy of civil rights protections and endangers our right to privacy and safety. And now the Administration has the gall to argue in its Motion to Dismiss that women’s concerns about privacy and safety are “largely conjectural” and based on “unfound fears.” It ...

WoLF Files Amicus Brief in SCOTUS Title IX Case

Women's Liberation Front is defending the Title IX rights of females before the Supreme Court of the United States! Today WoLF filed an Amicus Brief (friend of the court) in the Gloucester County School Board v. Gavin Grim case, in which the question of female erasure from Title IX (the prohibition on discrimination on the basis of sex in federally funded schools) will be considered. Read the Supreme Court Amicus Brief HERE