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Violence against women and sex discrimination still exist. Women need reserved places, separate spaces and distinct services. Join our campaign to keep them.
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Skin & Blister/Sister 41m
Here is the letter of solidarity for Helen Steel. If Could everyone please sign and share X
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Womans_Place_UK 37m
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Replying to @Wolfiness
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Helen Lewis 6h
This week's meeting showed how gender-critical feminism - treated as unspeakable on social media - has become a grassroots movement. But it now faces a new challenge:
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Jen Wainwright 6h
Thank you for posting this. It was fantastic on the night but there was so much in Selina's speech that I wanted to revisit it.
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Djuna Barnes 5h
Great photo and a great evening.
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MGadd 5h
Such a great piece. Places complex issues in their historical context and thereby explains.
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The Soup Dragon 5h
I wasn't able to be there yesterday but thank you so much for publishing it, for giving the speech and for holding the event. It means so much to know that we are not alone in this fight.
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northernroots 7h
As a survivor of abuse, I find the entire situation deplorable. A person who self IDs as female takes precedence over women who, for a number of reasons, need a female only space? Shameful.
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Dr Sophie Allen 7h
Thoroughly impressive speech by on Monday.
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Maya Forstater 6h
Here is the blogpost on which my talk was based
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Maya Forstater 6h
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Lady Justice 👩‍⚖️ 6h
"When you are excluded from the centres of power and oppressed by those who control them, it makes sense to organise autonomously. Exclusion per se is not unfair – we need to understand context, and power."
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Bod 6h
FYI etc. Probably going to be worth finding out more about this process...
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Womans_Place_UK 6h
“The packed hall felt like the birth, or rebirth, of something. A feminism unafraid to talk about the female body. A rejection of the extremes of identity politics. And...a movement that happens in the real world rather than purely online.”
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TargetOvarianCancer May 20
One in 50 women will be diagnosed in their life. Will you take on our challenge to help raise awareness? and help save lives today:
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Selina Todd 8h
A major professor of sociology, who is expert in gathering and analysing large datasets, has concluded survey is flawed. Pretty damning.
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Womans_Place_UK 9h
These were our concerns with the validity, scope and design of survey carried out in relation to gender identity last year. Many women agreed with us and responded in their 1000s - only to be ignored. Some equality policy...
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Alice Sullivan 9h
Questions need to be asked of . This is shamelessly antidemocratic behaviour. As a woman who raised questions about the consultation, I too am blocked by Why were respondents to the survey not informed of the results?
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Eaves Charity 11h
Clear rejection of the way that silencing accusations of "transphobia" are used when women and women's VAWG support services raise valid concerns about experiences of women survivors of male violence in what should be women only safe spaces.
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