How about more solidarity and less cooperating with the enemy?
The flawed and blinkered ideology of trans-exclusionary radical feminism leaves its adherents open to far-right and fascist opportunism.
What can be learned from brave women activists fighting for their rights, and what can be done to help.
Replying to an attack against Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights, FSP’s sister organization calls for mutual respect among movement organizations with political differences.
Dworkin offers no hope for women. She identifies “contextual reforms” and political programs, only to dismiss them as off-base and futile. So, she indiscriminately lumps together demands for economic equity or rape laws that work with calls for electing women to political office and athletic excellence, condemning them all for failing to “address the question of whether intercourse itself can be an expression of sexual equality.”