Erin Buzuvis @ErinBuzuvis & Title IX Blog (USA)

Erin Buzuvis, Professor of Law, Western New England University and Kristine Newhall, Ph.D., Women’s Studies wrote a blog called Title IX Blog. They regularly write posts that disparage Women and Girls’ right to have opportunities based on sex. Here is a recent post authored by Newhall on transgender cases: Recent transgender policy cases

Beatrix Campbell @beatrixcampbell (UK)

Anti-feminist trans Men’s Rights Activists lost their minds because people signed the following letter daring to state that Women have a right to critique gender and prostitution on university campuses in the U.K. The fate of Kate Smurthwaite’s comedy show, cancelled by Goldsmith’s College in London last month (“What could be more absurd than censorship on […]

Kylie Jack @ixKylie & Petticoat Fair @PetticoatFair (USA)

Kylie Jack is a Man who identifies as a Woman. He complained on his Facebook page that a Woman working at the store did not want to fit him for a bra because he is Male. Jack took great offense to this; predictably, Petticoat Fair has capitulated to Jack’s Internet outrage and indicates that it will, in fact, require […]

Vancouver Rape Relief v. Nixon (Canada)

Recently, a friend forwarded me a link to this blog post by Katrina Rose, who teaches history at the University of Iowa.  Ms. Rose appears to believe that we owe her answers to questions she poses on her blog, despite the fact that answers to her questions readily appear on our own blog and elsewhere. However, she raises […]

G.G. v. Gloucester County Sch. Bd. (USA)

Gavin Grimm is a 19-year-old who sued the Gloucester County School Board over its policy requiring students to use sex-segregated facilities according to the students’ biological sex. Grimm’s complaint alleged discrimination on the basis of “transgender status” in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (claiming “Transgender people as a class exhibit immutable […]

U.S. Department of Education no longer investigating complaints from students seeking access to bathrooms based on “gender identity” (USA)

According to Elizabeth Hill, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Education, the department will no longer investigate complaints from students seeking access to bathrooms and other sex-segregated facilities in schools based on “gender identity.” “Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, not gender identity,” said Hill. “Therefore the question is whether a […]