Join together to defend women’s sex-based rights It has become obvious that the trans activists are extremely well organized, well funded and militant. They are able to demonstrate against women advocating for sex-based rights in large, threatening crowds on short notice. In contrast, we are not nearly as well organized. We exist in small groups […]Act now, click here...
Support Free Speech at Toronto Public Library Renown Canadian journalist Meghan Murphy, founder of Feminist Current, will be speaking at the Toronto Public Library on October 29 on the important topic Gender Identity: What Does It Mean for Society, the Law, and Women? Anti-free speech activists and local politicians are pressuring the library to cancel her […]Act now, click here...
We The Females is not associated with any religious, political or ideological organization. We are a growing group of Canadian women from all walks of life who are deeply worried about the loss of female rights and the medicalization of children resulting from Bill C-16. This legislation puts children at risk and sacrifices the rights of females by allowing “self-identification” of gender, which gives any male the right to declare himself a woman and to access women’s protected spaces. No physical changes are required!
We affirm the right of transgender people to be treated with dignity, and to thrive in society. However, there is currently no way for women and girls to distinguish between sincere transgender people who want to live peaceful lives, and males who would abuse the right to enter females spaces and sports. This leaves females of all ages in a vulnerable state. When the government allowed self-identification of gender, it gave away the rights of females, and paved the way to the fast destruction of our privacy, safety, language, sports, statistics, and even our consent.
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