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
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?
This review of Female Erasure by Michelle Cretella, MD can be found at http://www.femaleerasure.com/ Editor Ruth Barrett is a courageous woman who has defied political orthodoxy in publishing Female Erasure: What you need to know about gender politics’ war on women, the female sex and human rights. Barrett’s masterpiece is an eclectic, incisive, well referenced analysis … More Trans-critical Analysis: Conservatives are Not Alone. An Endorsement of Female Erasure by: Michelle Cretella, MD
Lost Voices in the Transgender Debate: Liberals and Conservatives Unite As the debate over transgenderism and gender identity continues to divide the nation, a politically diverse group of women came together to form a coalition called Hands Across the Aisle. Their voices include a conservative, a rape survivor, a feminist, and a lesbian activist, all … More Lost Voices in the Transgender Debate: Liberals and Conservatives Unite in Defense of Women’s Rights