WoLF files 4th Circuit Amicus Brief on “gender identity”

The Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF) continues its fight to preserve Title IX for women and girls. This week we've taken radical feminist arguments to the Fourth Circuit in our fight to preserve the rights of women and girls under Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972. WoLF filed an amicus (“friend of the court”) brief in the GG v. Gloucester County School Board case, filed by the ACLU on behalf of a female high school student who identifies as transgender and is trying to use Title IX to compel the school board to allow her to use the boys’ ...

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Urgent Alert – California SB 179, Gender Recognition Act

California legislators need to hear from you about this proposed gender identity bill. Here's background on the bill and contact information for the state senators who will meet to discuss it very shortly. BACKGROUND Next Monday morning, May 8, the California state senate Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing on Senate Bill 179, dubbed the “Gender Recognition Act.” Here are the lowlights of this bill: Locks vague and unscientific terms relating to gender ideology into the law SB 179 conflates the terms sex and gender, endorses the concepts of ...

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WoLF Statement on Working With Conservatives

If a lesbian wants to get published these days saying that the left is allowing the rights of same-sex attracted people to be destroyed, she now has to do it on the pages of The Federalist. This odd circumstance is only the tip of the iceberg of the blacklisting and threats that are levied towards women and all LGB people critical of gender identity politics by the left. Meanwhile, incarcerated women are being forced to share showers with men who intentionally expose themselves to them and harass them. Why does the left care when this sort of voyeurism or harassment ...

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Honoring Lesbian Culture

This Lesbian Visibility Day, we honor our lesbian sisters’ courage, independence, and many contributions to public life. When women like Pauli Murray and Storme DeLarverie took strong, early stands for rights and freedoms that have moved society closer to justice, they did so as part of a long tradition of trailblazing lesbians who pushed the boundaries of where women could go on our own, or what we were allowed to wear. That legacy continued with lesbian intellectual leadership of the modern women’s liberation movement. In spite of severe restrictions on ...

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Statement on Malicious Rumors

Q: Why are you writing this? A: WoLF has been subjected to a 5-month campaign of digital hate-stalking by one person. The uniform advice on stalkers is to cut off all contact with the stalker and deny them any access to you. What stalkers feed on is engagement. We know this. But WoLF's stalker is continuing to spread lies about us, and her lies have encouraged others to create increasingly bizarre conspiracy theories about WoLF. We don't know what to do but address at least some of her claims directly.   We are also aware that research shows how repeating a falseh...

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WoLF appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight

Tuesday February 7th at 9:50pm ET Women's Liberation Front legal spokesperson Kara Dansky appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight, discussing the harmful effects of gender identity legislation on women and girls, as well as Women Liberation Front's Supreme Court Amicus Brief in upcoming major SCOTUS gender identity decision. This case asks the question whether “women” even exist anymore as a legally-protected or definable category. Add your support today in helping us defend the rights of women and girls.

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Commission on the Status of Women 61

CSW61
Women's Liberation Front members will be in attendance at the sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Taking place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City from 13 to 24 March 2017. Themes this year Priority theme: Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work Review theme: Challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals for women and girls (agreed conclusions of the fifty-eighth session) Emerging issue/Focus area: The empowerment of indigenous women - See more at: ...

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March 8th, 2017 WOMEN’S STRIKE

Calling all women and girls
Women's Liberation Front is participating in the International Women's Strike on March 8th, 2017. The idea is to mobilize women in a day of striking, marching, blocking roads, bridges, and squares - abstaining from work, including domestic labor, boycotting and raising our voices against sexism! Join us.

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March 3rd, 2017: After Trump and Pussy Hats

After Trump and Pussy Hats
WoLF members will be in attendance at AFTER TRUMP AND PUSSY HATS. Presented by Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter & Asian Women Coalition Ending Prostitution. Featuring: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and leading Vancouver feminist Suzanne Jay. Friday - March 3, 2017 Doors open: 6:15pm St Andrew's Wesley United Church, 1022 Nelson St, Vancouver, BC Tickets - $10 No one will be turned away (call Vancouver Rape Relief for a complimentary ticket 604-876-0872) UNSPEAKABLE: Chris Hedges new book on the most taboo topics in America ...

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July 21st – 24th, WoLF Festival 2017!!

WoLF Fest 2017
The second annual WoLF Festival will be held July 21st through July 24th in Crescent City, California. WoLF Fest is the largest radical feminist gathering in the United States. Women are welcome to attend from around the world for three days of radical feminist sisterhood, strategy, and revolution in the redwoods. For more information visit: wolffestival.org

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