Women’s Rights Archive

The Big Picture: Gender Identity on Trial


Court of Arbitration in Sport Decision: Caster Semenya vs. IAAF

Full text of the Court’s press release here: https://www.tas-cas.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Media_Release_Semenya_ASA_IAAF_decision.pdf Ruling applies solely to chromosomally male (XY) athletes with disorders of sexual development who compete in female sports. Does not apply to female (XX) athletes, including those with DSDs which result in elevated testosterone levels. Full 167 page ruling has not been released, citing issues of […]

Morgane Oger provided cover for sexual predator Joanathan Yaniv (because Feminists made him do it)

Canada– In a bizarre new blog post Morgane Oger, Vice President of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia, blamed feminists for forcing him to cover-up predatory sexual crimes against minors committed by Jonathan Yaniv, the man who filed sixteen Human Rights Tribunal cases against women who were unwilling to wax his balls. Yaniv began […]

Selina Soule Speaks Out Against the Equality Act

Selina Soule is one of the Connecticut female high school athletes who lost their Title IX rights when their state adopted ‘Gender Identity’ as a legally protected status. The girls were forced to compete against boys as a result. Soule lost her opportunity to progress to regional competition after two male students were permitted to […]

Julia Beck testimony at Congressional hearings on the Equality Act

Damn. This is great: For men who support women


Debate: Does Trans Activism Negatively Impact Women’s Rights?

Rational Space Network hosted debate between Meghan Murphy and Julie Rei Goldstein held on March 15, 2019 at Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta

Man in schoolgirl outfit attacks and chokes Feminist speaker in Argentina

Read more about the attack here: Trans Activists claim the male -who clearly ran forward to violently assault the speaker! was himself the victim:

Declaration on Women’s Sex Based Rights

The Declaration outlines current international laws and policies on women’s rights and how they are being threatened by organisations that are trying to change the definition of woman. It reaffirms existing women’s rights and suggests ways that states should promote and protect them. It was drafted with input from women internationally. Launching in March 2019, […]