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Transgenderism and the Difference Between Behaviour and Identity

The concept of an identity as an unchosen, inherent characteristic is valuable, especially for oppressed groups. Transgenderism does not meet the criteria. What is identity? How has it been used? ‘Identity’ comes from the Latin ‘idem’ meaning the same. It’s a characteristic a group of people all have in common. For subordinate groups this leads …

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Six Impossible Beliefs and the Damage They Have Done

Six Impossible Beliefs and the Damage They Have Done Impossible beliefs have a history of causing immense suffering. Janice Williams presents six examples of which transgenderism is just the latest. *Alice laughed: “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was …

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J. K Rowling

We Object! to the continued persecution of J.K Rowling and hereby reproduce Heather Brunskell Evans article and we Object! to the ensuing media frenzy to dicredit J.K Rowlings person. Article By Heather Brunskell-Evans from her website J.K. Rowling In contrast to the understandable raised hopes of many women, when JK Rowling bravely stuck her head …

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The 11th Hour Jennifer Bilek

OBJECT brings you the latest thinking on key feminist issues. Jennifer Bilek’s cutting-edge blog regularly digs out illuminating truths which help us understand the trans movement. She exposes the deliberately invisible and very rich players pushing the trans agenda for their own motives. It is NOT a grass-roots movement of worthy but vulnerable people who …

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HATE SPEECH AGAINST ‘TERFS’

This article first appeared on Medium.com in May 2020 and was soon taken down following complaints. We post it here to show the level of aggression and violence that transactivists recommend against their opponents in the trans debate, eg us. We and our radical feminist sisters have been on the receiving end of this treatment …

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A Meaningful Transition?

The Road to Hell…is paved with good intentions. OBJECT! usually steers clear of criticising feminist colleagues. Nobody’s perfect, we all make mistakes, broad church etc. But when the intention is ‘kind’ but the impact is appalling, something has to be said. Dr Julia Long has said it: ‘Much of what is written and spoken in …

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Political Shock

You couldn’t be more shocked than we are that the Conservatives – yes, the party of profit, apartheid, private medicine, government by Etonians etc – have produced an open-minded, balanced, scientific report on a key women’s rights issue:  prostitution. Since the Labour party got taken over by ‘wokebros’ (Neo liberal social justice ‘warriors’) who say …

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OBJECT Essay Competition 2020

OBJECT ESSAY COMPETITION EXTENSION The date for submission has been extended to 15th June 2020. First Prize £400.00. Second Prize £200.00 This competition is open to young women aged 17 – 30. We hope to inspire and encourage young women to develop an interest in feminist theory and activism. Our topic this year is surrogacy …

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Patriarchy is a many-headed hydra

We at OBJECT love single issue feminist campaigns. What can be better than to put your energies into votes for women, ending FGM, helping refugee women or ending child sexual exploitation? But patriarchy has had such a deep grip on societies world-wide for thousands of years that when one abuse ends, another springs up. When …

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