Also see Entire CLP Leadership Quits Amid Claims Of Transphobia: NOV 2017 Wednesday 15TH posted by Morning Star in Britain THE entire leadership of a constituency Labour Party (CLP) in Sussex has resigned in a bitter row over allegations of transphobia. The resignation of all six members of the Bexhill & Battle Labour Party executive committee was… Continue reading Labor officials quit in transgender row
"What troubled me was the number of female people – whether “genderqueer” or “trans” – in the video who said things like “binding makes me feel safer when I am outside.” Or the woman who says, “If I didn’t have my binder, I couldn’t function . . . Couldn’t go out. Couldn’t talk to family.”… Continue reading Back from the blogosphere dead to say something about binders
Thought-provoking piece by purplesagefem. And you know, so long as verbs in their past tenses can also be used as adjectives to describe who people are, we cannot ignore the implications of describing a living human as "mutilated". So to me this is not about "supporting individuals' choices", but about being respectfully mindful of the… Continue reading “Mutilation” — Purple Sage
All this male-rights stuff is incensing - "people [read men] have the right to self-identify [into women's and girls spaces]" included. At the end, check out the oppressed group supporting PinkNews in this. Article text reads: Jeremy Corbyn wants trans rights overhaul – and will support the Conservatives to make it happen Mayer Nissim 19th July… Continue reading GFY Corbyn
reflectin' & dissectin', thoughts on "detransitioning" Socialized Trans - the video by crashchaoscats I recorded a video of myself reading one of my older essays about pressure to transition. You can read the essay Socialized “Trans” here. I mistakenly said in the video that I wrote it three years ago. Actually it was four years ago. Can’t… Continue reading Socialized Trans – the video | crashchaoscats
Admin of the Marxist Internet Archive User Discussion group, Sam Wells Pagano, threatening to punch "TERFs" at Left Forum.
The workplace continues to favor men, so men have relatively more power than women in couples’ early career negotiations, despite their equal educational credentials. via Gender Inequality and the Two-Body Problem — Gender & Society