Fighting Back

Every page of this site contains links to articles or videos created by people fighting back against the absurdity of gender ideology and the deeply sinister attempts to impose it on people in every sphere of life and in a manner that brooks no opposition. But as grassroots resistance to that ideology in general and to gender self-declaration in particular is increasing, it’s time to have a page for news and information about specific actions taken by those resisting. Information about the GRA and how to oppose the proposed reforms is on this page of this site, while lesbian protests at the Pride can be found here.

What are real girls made of?

If men want to ponce about in lacy knickers, who gives a toss…? Just don’t claim to be women!

A few days prior to GI Collection’s London launch of Carmen Liu Lingerie – said to be the UK’s first brand of lingerie for autogynephiles – they tweeted that “trans girls are real girls”. And what real girls need, obviously, are knickers that are “delicate, feminine and sexy” while still able to accommodate a large erectile protruberance plus oval-shaped sperm producing organs. Sticky “lingerie tape” is also helpfully sold by the company.

The degrading representation of women – sorry, girls – as sex objects promoted by Carmen Liu is offensive enough to feminists. Even worse is the normalising of the preposterous notion that men can actually be women. As the enchanting Desiree La Spud from the campaigning group, Standing for Women, told reporters, “the normalisation of transgenderism by events such as this one is causing massive problems for women”. She mentioned women’s sports with men competing as and beating women because “people are too scared to point out that they’re men” and being accommodated in women’s prisons and other spaces where they are sexually assaulting women.

Desiree was the organiser of a picket by feminists outside the launch event for the lingerie line on 28th February. What fun we had! A big thank you to Prick News for the publicity, even if their reporter did shamefully deadname Desiree as the courageous Women’s Rights Activist, Dr Julia Long.

 

When these three intrepid British feminists visited the US…

Venice Allen, Posie Parker, Julia Long

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

…these  are some of the stories they generated./

A Baseless Hit Piece on British Feminists in the New York Times Madeleine Kearns 07.09.19

Why British Feminists Are Such a Bunch of Evil Witches Jane Clare Jones 07.02.19

Liberal Women Oppose Gender Ideology — Listen to Why Madeleine Kearns 04.02.19

POSIE PARKER IN THE HOUSE WoLF 31.01.19

Terfs take America… Spectator.US 31.01.19

Bipartisan Women’s Rights Groups Protest the Equality Act Madeleine Kearns 30.01.19

Opposition to transgender “madness” sparks an unlikely alliance American Spectator 29.01.19

Prominent lesbian attorney slams transgender activism as a ‘MEN’S RIGHTS movement’ Mail 29.01.19

 

And while they were, this is what women back home were getting up to:

Women have been standing up for women all over the UK!

A Woman’s Place is in The ReSisters

Statues dressed in ‘transphobic’ T-shirts The Times 29.01.19

To resist gender-transitioning of kids, be willing to lose friends, activists say Christian Post 29.01.19

Feminist campaign group uses statues to fight “hyper political correctness” South Wales Argus 28.01.19

This is why a radical feminist group campaigned in Leeds city centre today Leeds Live 27.01.19

 

There’s only one Posie Parker!

Only one worth talking about anyway. Kellie-Jay Minshull aka the Posie Parker has been a tireless campaigner for the apparently highly controversial idea that a woman is an adult human female. She has also successfully drawn out the ugliest side of the #transcult, who have victimised her relentlessly and got her permanently banned from Twitter.

She raised £700 for a large poster giving the dictionary definition of ‘woman’ to be displayed on a billboard in Liverpool during the week of the Labour Party conference in September 2018. Thanks to complaints by trans activist bully Dr Adrian Harrop and others, the billboard company meekly caved in and removed it, thereby achieving far more publicity for Kellie-Jay and her poster than she could otherwise have dreamed of. She’s been on TV, she’s been on radio and, of course, achieved national press coverage. She told a meeting in Manchester that she’d been inundated with orders for the T-shirt she’s wearing in this Sky News clip, where she wipes the floor with Harrop.

Get the T-shirt!

Now you too can be a proud wearer of the stylish, educational and surprisingly provocative T-shirt. Order it and other cool merchandise from the Standing For Women shop. Hurry while stocks last!

TRAs keep trying and failing to silence her!

Here is some of the coverage after the poster in Liverpool was removed:

Feminist poster banned because it could ‘offend trans people’ Times 11.10.18

Feminist’s poster removed after complaint from transgender activist Times 26.09.18

Feminist blogger’s billboard defining ‘woman’ as ‘adult human female’ is removed after complaint from Twitter activist who claimed it would make transgender women feel unsafe Mail 26.09.18

And then:

Another pro-woman billboard appears in Birmingham… above a sex shop Pink News 02.10.18

 

 

And then this:

‘Woman definition’ campaigner projects dictionary definition of woman onto London buildings  13.10.18

 

And now Leeds…

Woman poster removed from Leeds billboard and investigated Leeds Live 19.10.18

 

Also, check out Kellie-Jay’s blog where she gives her account of how she was dealt with by West Yorkshire police for publicly criticising Susie Green of the Mermaids charity for getting her 16-year-old-son castrated and visit her youtube channel. Here’s my favourite video.

 

 

And here’s a lovely video from a youtuber called Rose of Dawn Posie Parker: The Right To Criticise Trans People Should Be Defended!

 

Posie Parker strikes again!

 

#StickerWoman

The reaction to the stickers appearing all over the place just now blows my mind. Pointing out a basic biological fact is apparently “hatred”.  I could write a lot more but the articles I would like to have written have already been done. Here they are:

Hateful “anti-trans” stickers have been spotted in toilets and in public spaces around Edinburgh Edinburgh Life 10.10.18

Cheapening Transphobia: the Unlikely Victims of the Attack on #StickerWoman Beatrice Louis

Women Don’t Have Penises Brendan O’Neill

Stick ’em Up? Jonathan Best

What Happened To Our Movement? Connor Kelly

Is it a crime to say ‘women don’t have penises’? James Kirkup

Here’s an extraordinary clip from an LBC radio phone-show featuring Dr Julia Long and someone called Vicky Lee. Well worth a listen Julia Long slays in LBC radio interview

Check out the #StickerWoman hashtag for templates for the stickers, for more reactions and for general hilarity.

#ManFriday

Earlier this year (2018) saw the emergence of the magnificent Man Friday campaign, in which women declared themselves men for the day and carried out random acts of manliness as a publicity-grabbing way to highlight our objections to the proposed “reforms” to the Gender Recognition Act, intending to allow self-declaration of Gender.

Being women, they of course stop well short of the violence promoted by countless members by the trans cult, who “celebrated” Pride month by exhorting their Twitter followers to “punch a TERF” – and worse – every single day. I doubt I am the only one to have lost count of how many such tweets I reported. Some of them still get off on posting stuff like that, being the brave warrior “women” that they are.

Here is an explanation posted by Hannah Clarke on Twitter.

Umm…who is inciting violence??

A constant refrain about GRC reform is that feminists have got it wrong and that it’s just admin. @fairplaywomen explains why “just admin” has serious implications for women but I want to talk about #manfriday and how self ID impacts the real world.

We know the Equality Act 2010 allows people protection under gender reassignment and that gender reassignment is from when someone is proposing to undergo any process…but that’s not what we’re protesting against.

SwimEngland, Caledonian Sleeper, High Street shops, Hampstead Ponds and many other service providers have set out guidance saying anyone who says they are a woman can access women’s facilities. This is not the same as being protected under gender reassignment in EA2010.

Of course as @ManFRIDAY_ discovered this only works one way at Hampstead Ponds as women claiming to be men are escorted off the premises by the police. So whilst we are fighting #selfID in law we are also having to fight the interesting interpretation of it in practice. The interpretation that makes all women’s spaces mixed sex by stealth. This impacts every woman who uses any public women’s space. And this has all come about because trans lobby groups have “advised” service providers, and women’s needs have been put second to men’s wants (as it ever was). We need to push back against this.

So we haven’t got it wrong. We are fighting what is happening in our changing rooms, our loos, our hospital wards and children’s schools. When you dismiss us as “wrong” you are clearly showing your male behaviour in dismissing “silly women”. And that is why we must keep fighting. We fight for the safety, privacy and dignity of women and girls in the face of your dishonest lobbying and underhand dismissal of us. #manfriday will not go away, especially not as a result of you sneering and calling us TERFs.

Links about #ManFriday

INTERVIEW: UK women are self-identifying as men to challenge proposed changes to the GRA as part of #ManFriday

Feminists join men-only swim in protest of proposed law to enable people to self-identify as male or female The Independent

INTERVIEW: UK women are self-identifying as men to challenge proposed changes to the GRA as part of #ManFriday Feminist Current

INTERVIEW: UK women are self-identifying as men to challenge proposed changes to the GRA as part of #ManFriday

 

Other links

Open letter in support of Graham Linehan’s challenges to gender identity ideology Feminist Current 28.02.19

Why we have so much to learn from ‘old and irrelevant’ women Shona Craven 18.01.18

 

Updated  16.03.19