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Sex-based discrimination: an interview with British Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

“Gender identity policies are authoritarian and dangerous for women’s rights”: Victoria Women’s Guild and Speak Up for Women

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

“Femininity is a reactionary ideology. It has nothing to do with the rights and interests of women”: Tasia Aránguez Sánchez

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

“Both patriarchy and capitalism benefit from a depoliticised feminist movement”: Towanda Rebels

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

“Biological sex is not a spectrum: there are only two sexes in humans” with Claire Graham

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

“No child is born in the wrong body” with Michele Moore & Heather Brunskell-Evans

This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all the… Read More →

International Voices on Gender Identity: ‘Women by Decree’ with Laura Lecuona

The conversation continues during this exciting Summer of Gender here in the Dominican Republic. We’re still in summer, right? Even if we are not, I am certain that these past… Read More →