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Spanish feminists take on Podemos: “There are feminists in Podemos too”

Podemos feminist march and banner

Just as women in Izquierda Unida, a Spanish left wing political coalition, have published a letter against proposed gender self-ID legislation, women in Podemos, a Spanish left wing party formed… Read More →

Reclaiming feminism – a statement by Izquierda Unida

"Neither invisible nor precarious. Anticapitalist feminists"

Reclaiming feminism – a statement by Izquierda Unida (English translation) Izquierda Unida (United Left) is a Spanish coalition bringing together various left wing parties including the Communist Party of Spain.… Read More →

Condemn the violent threat made against Carmen Calvo – an open letter

An effigy of Carmen Calvo, the Deputy Prime Minister of Spain, hangs from a tree
An effigy of Carmen Calvo, the Deputy Prime Minister of Spain, hangs from a tree.

WPUK has joined with 13 other organisations to call on all the major political party leaders in the UK to condemn the violent threat made against the Spanish Deputy Prime… Read More →

What Biden’s Executive Order 13988 means for women and girls

Biden's Executive Order
Picture of Women's March in USA - women, girls, placards with uterus, abortion rights, rainbow flag. Pixabay

What Biden’s Executive Order 13988 means for women and girls: One woman’s take by Callie Burt  Biden’s Executive Order 13988: neither surprising nor good for women and girls On his… Read More →

Lidia Falcón: “Women are being erased from the law and public policy”

Picture of Partido Feminista demonstration Lidia Falcon

The following is a translation of an exclusive interview for Dominican newspaper El Caribe with Spanish lawyer and feminist politician Lidia Falcón. She was interviewed by Raquel Rosario Sánchez. You… Read More →

Against the erasure of women: interview with Spanish feminist and politician Angeles Álvarez

We are delighted to feature an interview with Spanish feminist and socialist politician Angeles Alvarez. Born in Zamora in 1961, she was a PSOE (the Partido Socialista Obrero Español, the… Read More →

Statement by the Spanish Socialist Party on Sex-Based Rights and “Theories Which Erase Women”

NOTE: This is a translation of a statement by the Spanish Socialist Party. The definitions used in the piece do not necessarily align with those used by this campaign or… Read More →

Sex and transgender status in American employment law – the Bostock case: Elizabeth Hungerford

Elizabeth Hungerford is a licensed, though non practicing, attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She identifies as a feminist, lives as a lesbian, is a longtime observer and sometime commenter… Read More →