Stay-at-home mother of four, wife, feminist, and Hands Across the Aisle member from the UK, Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, has graciously allowed us to re-blog her account of being interrogated by police for opposing transgender ideology. Kellie objects to the sterilization of children through so-called “gender affirming” medical procedures and isn’t afraid to say so publicly on … More Mother Interrogated by the Police for Gender-Critical Tweets
Hands Across the Aisle members Kaeley Triller and Antonia Bookbinder were recently interviewed by Dr. Oren Amitay, a registered clinical psychologist who teaches at Ryerson University in Toronto. Determined to apply critical thinking to the transgender phenomenon, Dr. Amitay has been producing a series of YouTube video interviews that feature gender-critical voices previously denied space … More Hands Across the Aisle YouTube Interview with Dr. Oren Amitay
You can find the full footnotes in this PDF version: Comment on WAC 246-490-075 birth certificates_final_9-28-17 WOMEN’S LIBERATION FRONT HANDS ACROSS THE AISLE COALITION SAFE SPACES FOR WOMEN JUST WANT PRIVACY CAMPAIGN Sept. 28, 2017 Via email to: GenderChangeRuleMaking@doh.wa.gov John Wiesman, DrPH, MPH Secretary of Health Washington State Department of Health PO Box 47814 Olympia, … More Women Respond to Washington State’s Proposal to Allow Easy Changes to Sex on Birth Certificates
The Hands Across the Aisle Coalition (HATAC) responds to President Trump’s Twitter proclamation on transgender military service. On July 26, in a series of tweets, Donald Trump declared that “transgender” members of the military would be banned from serving in any capacity. As a politically and socially diverse group of women fighting for the rights … More HATAC Responds to the Twitter Trans Ban
Hands Across the Aisle submitted a letter to the Minnesota Department of Education today, asking them to reject a proposed “Toolkit to Ensure Safe and Supportive Schools for Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students”. If approved, this so-called toolkit would pressure schools across Minnesota to implement policies that would eradicate student privacy and undermine parents’ rights. There … More Is the Focus on Activism or Academics in Public Schools?
The following is a post by Tasha Rose Hodges, a secular feminist who bravely faced a room full of transactivists to testify against the use of a “gender inclusion” policy in the largest school district in Minnesota. I presented this testimony before the school board of ISD 11 in Anoka, Minnesota. As I sat and listened to … More Gender Inclusion in Schools: Who Gets Excluded?
Public testimony in support of sex-based rights and against gender identity legislation may be the most effective way to embolden others to speak up. Too many people are silent because they think they’re alone. The Hands Across the Aisle Coalition will be proudly posting public testimony from the courageous people on both sides of the aisle who … More Does Bill C-16 Remove a Woman’s Right to Consent? Paul Dirks Testifies.
An open letter to Canadian Senators from the Hands Across the Aisle Coalition regarding Bill C-16 and the dangers it poses to the female sex. Problems with amending the Canadian Human Rights Act Should Bill C-16 become law, men who identify with various gender identities, especially those who say they are women, would gain access … More Canada’s Bill C-16 and the Dangers it Poses to the Female Sex
Restore the Safety and Privacy of Women in HUD-Funded Emergency Shelters! The Hands Across the Aisle Coalition has decided that it’s time for the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to restore the safety and privacy of homeless and abused women who seek refuge in HUD-funded emergency shelters. Federally-funded women’s shelters are presently required to admit male clients … More Sign Our Petition!