Posted in May 2012

Radfem2012 and the freedom to debate transgenderism

Radfem2012 and the freedom to debate transgenderism

Reposting the CiF article by Sheila Jeffreys in the Guardian yesterday (for those who may not have seen it). Avoid the comment thread, it is beyond the usual ‘Misogny Is Free’ standard of comments at the Guardian. Let us be free to debate transgenderism without being accused of ‘hate speech’ Researchers and theorists who question … Continue reading

Radfem2012 and the right of freedom of association

Radfem2012 and the right of freedom of association

There have been the usual cries of “transphobia!” over the internet within the last week or so regarding the forthcoming Radfem2012 conference in London. Article 11 of the Human Rights Act ensures that everyone has the right to freedom of association (or protest) as long as the purpose is non-violent, and is in the interests … Continue reading