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Women Not Sex Objects
FEMINIST CAMPAIGN GROUP
The Illogicality of Transgender Theory
and how almost the whole world colluded
Heather unpicks the strange idea, based on queer theory, that people can change sex. She highlights the power relations between these ideas and the reasons behind the collusion of the universities, professions, charities, media, legal system, and political parties, almost the entire UK establishment, with Untruth.
Men need to learn.
Michael Conroy runs Men At Work, a training company which aims to instil respect and fairness in men and boys and to fight sexism, misogyny and rape culture. Important work. Can a man really ‘get it’?
Elly Arrow is a radfem blogger who lives in Germany where prostitution is legalised. She sees the terrible harm done to women by this outdated, sexist institution and recently participated some research into homicide rates in prostitution. Be warned – it’s worse than you thought.
In 2017 Maria was assaulted at Speakers Corner by a young male transactivist. When the case came to court he wore a dress and the judge told Maria to call him ‘she’. Since then she has been blogging at ‘peaktrans.org’ and campaigning unceasingly for women’s rights.
Vaishnavi Sundar’s film on women’s rights in India was lauded worldwide yet when she spoke about gender ideology, the screening of her film was cancelled, so she made her next documentary about it. YouTube links to Vaishnavi’s four part film:
DYSPHORIC – Fleeing Womanhood like a House on Fire
Strip Clubs We Object!
sign the petition to get rid of strip clubs
Times Up For STRIP CLUBS!
Self-interested businesses and charities want surrogacy made easier. But why has no one listened to women?
Note: ‘Surrogacy commissioners’ are people seeking to obtain a baby via surrogacy, not to be confused with Law Commissions ie statutory independent government-funded bodies.
OBJECT campaigns against surrogacy as one of its five key issues relating to the oppression and objectification of women. Feminist analysis of surrogacy can be found on our website, written by DrEm and my essay, which won the OBJECT essay prize 2020.