WoLF continues its fight for girls’ privacy and safety in Boyertown

WoLF is continuing to fight vigorously against the ongoing attack on women and girls in their intimate spaces, including bathrooms and communal showers. Below is an excerpt from our press release announcing our support for students, in a lawsuit that challenges the sexist and harmful "gender identity" policies adopted by the Boyertown Area School District in Pennsylvania. This case is a critical legal battle that may reach the U.S. Supreme Court, which has the authority to set binding legal precedent that will affect the rights of women and girls across the country. ...

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Open Letter to the National Center for Lesbian Rights

This is an open letter to the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) demanding that the NCLR retract and correct its statement falsely accusing a small group of lesbian women of “violence,” when in fact the testimony of numerous witnesses confirms that these women were nonviolent, were physically attacked by other march attendees, and did nothing more than was reasonable for self-defense. Lesbians have long been the target of hatred and violence for rejecting the demands of patriarchal society and being exclusively same-sex attracted. Even within LGBT communiti...

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In solidarity with Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull

Recently, a UK friend of Women’s Liberation Front members, Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, was summoned for questioning by local police because she made Susie Green, the CEO of Mermaids, feel bad about having taken her child to Thailand for a cosmetic gonadectomy for his 16th birthday. Green reported Keen-Minshull to the police for the ostensible crime of saying on Twitter that this incident involved castration, which is an accurate restatement of Green’s own public description of what was involved. Here’s a link to a clip of Green laughing about how small her child’s ...

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Third Annual WoLF Festival – July 11-16, 2018!

WoLF Fest 2017
The third annual WoLF Festival will happen July 11-16, 2018, in Crescent City, California. Come for five days of radical feminist sisterhood, strategy, and revolution in the redwoods! For more information and to register, go to: http://wolffestival.org/

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California’s putting elderly and disabled women and girls at greater risk of abuse

California governor Jerry Brown just signed a law that takes away the basic human rights of elderly and disabled women and girls to have a safe and private place away from men to use the toilet, shower, and sleep while in long-term medical care. This is now the law of the land in the seventh-largest economy in the world. If you’ve never heard about this you could hardly be blamed, for both the “progressives” sponsoring the bill and the conservatives opposing it have almost erased women’s concerns from the picture, while media has been nearly silent. On September ...

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WoLF opposes Washington State’s move to allow on-demand birth certificate sex change

WoLF led the Hands Across the Aisle Coalition, Safe Spaces for Women, the Just Want Privacy Campaign, and Washington residents in submitting the following comments to the Washington State Department of Health, opposing its proposal to allow on-demand changes to a person's birth certificate sex designation. The state's website with information about the proposal can be found here. UPDATE: We slightly modified the comments below (which addressed the "pre-proposal notice") and submitted this updated letter on December 5, 2017, in response to the final proposed rule. ...

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STATEMENT ON THE ATTACK AT SPEAKERS’ CORNER, LONDON

WOMEN’S LIBERATION FRONT (WoLF) Monday, September 18, 2017 WoLF condemns the violent attack and physical intimidation of women that occurred during an event called “What is Gender?” on Wednesday, September 13. The event was initially set up as a debate about a pending proposal to allow people to change their legal sex designation based solely on self-identification under the UK’s Gender Recognition Act. After representatives from the group Stonewall UK pulled out of the event it was redesigned as a discussion panel featuring speakers Julia Long, a radical ...

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California Legislators: Protect Women’s Privacy In Long-Term Care

Crescent City, CA: The Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF) asks California legislators in a letter today, September 5, 2017, to reconsider the rush to mandate, through SB 219, that long-term care facilities for the elderly and disabled must allow male residents to demand to share rooms and bathing facilities with elderly women or disabled women and girls, based on subjective claims of gender identity, and removing the right of women and girls to complain about their loss of privacy. While we appreciate the spirit of the proposed law in wanting all residents of long-term ...

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Update on “gender identity” litigation in GG v. Gloucester School District

There have been a few developments in the lawsuit filed by Gavin Grimm, a female who recently graduated from high school and who “identifies as a boy.” Grimm filed a lawsuit in July 2015 to force her school district to allow students to choose whether to use the girls’ bathroom or the boys’ bathroom based on the student's self-declared "gender identity." WoLF has filed three amicus briefs in Grimm’s case, including two before the U.S. Supreme Court and one before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, setting out the radical feminist analysis of sex and gender and ...

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WoLF members pushing back against local “gender identity” legislation

Recently two WoLF members met with District of Columbia Councilmember Brianne Nadeau concerning a bill she is sponsoring, B22-0331, that would compel the District’s Department of Motor Vehicles to allow a person to designate their “gender” as “X,” indicating “non-binary gender,” in lieu of “M” for male or “F” for female. Councilmember Nadeau says she introduced the bill because "some of [DC's] residents do not identify as male or female," and "[c]urrent licenses force residents to conform to genders that don't accurately reflect their identity." ...

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