Trans Rights

The more you play along, the harder it is to distance yourself from the fallout later

Kathleen Stock’s new book is exactly the kind of forensic, generous intervention the ongoing trans debate sorely needs

Backlash to the LGB Alliance’s charitable status shows that organisations which once stood-up for the right to be homosexual now undermine the concept

In response to Richard Dawkins’ recent cancellation, Maya Forstater welcomes the scientist into the ongoing “TERF wars”

The avoidance of the word “woman” in relation to pregnancy is part of a wider assault on women’s rights from transgender activists

Is it transphobic to worry about people who regret their surgery? David Scullion speaks to psychotherapist James Caspian and photographer Laura Dodsworth

The desire to formalise and stiffen the way we talk to each other in the name of inclusivity is a worrying trend

Innocent Drinks has outed itself as latest brand to join the ranks of the virtue-signalling mob

The Feminist Library holds the keys to grassroots feminist knowledge built up over decades – it should not kowtow to trans activists

President Biden is alienating a large number of his supporters to appease a vocal minority with a fringe concern