27 thoughts on “Unusual Alliance in Bathroom Battle

  1. You gotta love BabyRadFemTV for posting this on her channel. This is probably the only mainstream news outlet that would interview her because of the cognitive dissonance from the neoliberals at CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, etc.
    We have the same goals but for different reasons. I think this is the year that more sisters are gonna rise up against the trans activist bullshit. Let’s keep pressing on, sisters.

  2. WolF and a Christian group of women are fighting the “bathroom bill” in Washington state. Last year the Christian women alone didn’t make law but this year with radical feminists we will rock it.
    When WoLF took the lead in forming an alliance over gender ID, then it made it clear that I could follow in their footsteps as the common goal of stopping gender ID in its tracks.
    I do love BabyRadFemTV….women are rising.

  3. Transgenders are proof that we Feminists still have a LONG WAY to go in teaching humanity that females are people too.

  4. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but good job Fox for interviewing her. (And it’s that sad that the only way our opinions can be heard in the mainstream media is like this.)
    I know the liberals will keep whining that we’re in league with the conservatives, but we have the same goals for different reasons. The reasons are what matter. Also, no one complains when liberal feminists, regular liberals, and conservatives team up to ensure that middle-class and above parents get ridiculous tax breaks, so…

    1. Agreed. This was actually a good, very respectful interview. If all of their programming was like this, I might watch this channel.

      1. HOLY SH*T….Kara nailed it down. Wow….
        And on Fox, no less. The tide is turning, which is a damn good thing. Also…with the mounting evidence that the criminal element in the community is in a larger number than many want to admit to (the same who want the access to female spaces, for much less than honorable reasons), this alliance has more than teeth. It is being given sharpened talons, by the actions of many t folks on their own.

  5. What a sane and excellent interview. This is the very first time I have ever seen a radical feminist given time on a national news show. So clearly, when women join together to protect all women and girls this cuts through the partisan divide, it is very powerful. Looking for areas of commonality with so called right wing women— objecting to prostitution, porn, the trans invasion of girls’ and womens’ spaces and privacy, a whole host of things the left hates on. This is a real awakening, and I think everyone can learn something from interviews like this. Good job for putting it up.

  6. WOLF has always been pro-choice, and will fight tenaciously to protect Roe. v. Wade. WOLF also has repeatedly stated that it supports marriage equality for gay men and lesbians.
    Women’s reproductive autonomy
    Defends women’s bodily sovereignty.
    Fights for fast-disappearing abortion training for medical students.
    Lobbies for pro-choice legislation.
    Promotes the visibility of midwives and doulas.
    Encourages women’s knowledge and self-care of our bodies.
    Works to abolish prostitution and pornography as forms of violence against women.
    Lobbies for the nordic model and legislation that holds johns and pimps accountable.
    Promotes civil remedies for the harms of the pornography industry.
    Gender abolition
    Seeks to abolish the gender-caste system.
    Educates about the harms of gender and its centrality to male domination.
    Vigorously defends women-only spaces.
    Defends sex-segregation of domestic violence shelters, bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams.
    Supports detransitioners in their struggle to be healed and heard.
    Male violence
    Seeks to combat the global epidemic of male violence.
    Organizes visible resistance to rape culture.
    Fights to obtain legal justice for survivors of male violence.
    Encourages self-defense groups for both individual and collective action.

    WoLF Task Forces

    This is Title IX, and the historical meaning of Title IX clearly meant sex, as in biological sex. It says “sex” not “gender identity”.
    “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
    Title IX is worth vigorously defending. Second wave feminists and our grandmothers gave us Title IX.
    Kara Dansky: Legal Questions and Concerns Regarding “Gender Identity” @ Left Forum
    Background on this courageous intelligent woman.

  7. The great thing to me is actually seeing radical feminism put on the map and introduced as such on a major network (albeit not one I ever watch except at my dentist).

  8. Go, Kara!!
    Too bad the comments under this video on the youtube site are 90% conservative yahoos blaming the gays and feminists. (Can’t imagine why!) It does take some mental discipline to think it through, but how can people not realize that this is the opposite of gay acceptance/progress? It’s their own conservative mindset that gay people must totes really be the opposite sex, so this is of course the evil gays who are actually women invading the bathrooms of the good Christian ladies. But they can’t see that it’s extremely backwards.
    Just like on all the key issues on which feminists (the real kind) and conservatives seem to be in harmony, it’s for drastically different reasons that we arrive at the same place and those reasons *aren’t* in harmony at all.

  9. You know, I have noticed throughout history that men are able to come together for common cause on some issues, and this works very well for them. With women, it seems we are expected to be all or nothing. If radical feminists are totally opposed to the male to trans appropriation of womanhood, and for the erasure of Title IX protections and the erasure of all the laws that were designed to MAKE GIRLS equal to boys, the male to trans and genderist ideology is anti-woman and anti-girl— quite clearly, so if right wing women agree on this point, it would be a powerful alliance, just as we can ally on anti-trafficking, and anti-porn and anti-prostitution activism as well. MEN fear women uniting, the male to trans is a conservative aggressive movement of male supremacy, and women need to truly understand how each one of us has more in common than we do with any man on earth. I don’t sense that most women are all that opposed to lesbians, I think hetero men want gay men under control, or they hate any woman who is not centered on men.
    So ally on issues of commonality as women, we can all agree that male to trans pose a clear threat to ALL vulnerable girls in schools, and that girls’ sports teams should never had to deal with this trans nonsense. Boys need to be protected for who they are, but NOT at girls’ expense. Pretty simple. MEN fear women of all backgrounds saying NO to men.

  10. Tucker Carlson is usually a blowhard (though not as bad as Gutfeld), but this was the rare Fox News interview that was respectfully and professionally conducted. I appreciate that he mostly let her just discuss the issue without twisting her words or talking over her.
    Of course, the counteroffensive won’t ever really take off until the other major news networks start covering this as well.
    As for tactical alliances, if the notion of cooperating with a conservative family values outfit on this issue is a dealbreaker, then by the same logic the progressive left and the libertarian right should never work together to protect civil liberties or restrain our foreign policy because of their divergent economic agendas. Yet that would be an obvious misapprehension of what smart politics is actually about.

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