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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 →

There’s more than one way to ‘erase’ women – Women’s rights under attack in Victor Orban’s Hungary: Jayne Egerton

Jayne Egerton is a socialist feminist & radio producer. On 28th May Hungary’s Parliament signed a bill into law which ends legal recognition for transgender people. The votes of rightwing… Read More →

Democracy, sex-based rights and a sex-based pandemic: Raquel Rosario Sanchez

Raquel Rosario Sánchez is a writer, campaigner and researcher from the Dominican Republic. She specialises in ending male violence against girls and women and is currently pursuing a PhD with… Read More →

Expelled by the left: the case of the Spanish Feminist Party

Raquel Rosario Sánchez is a writer, campaigner and researcher from the Dominican Republic. She specialises in ending male violence against girls and women and is currently pursuing a PhD with… Read More →

Solidarity with the Spanish Feminist Party/Mensaje de Solidaridad con el Partido Feminista de España

We are alarmed by the expulsion of the Spanish Feminist Party from the left-wing coalition block Izquierda Unida this week because of disagreements about plans to support self-ID. This follows… Read More →

50 Years of Women’s Liberation in the UK: Pragna Patel

Pragna Patel is a founding member of Southall Black Sisters’ advocacy and campaigning centre and Women Against Fundamentalism (now non-operational). She worked as a coordinator and senior case worker for… Read More →