Mother Interrogated by the Police for Gender-Critical Tweets

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 YouTube Interview with Dr. Oren Amitay

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

Is the Focus on Activism or Academics in Public Schools?

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?

Gender Inclusion in Schools: Who Gets Excluded?

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?

Biology Isn’t Bigotry: Christians, Lesbians, and Radical Feminists Unite to Fight Gender Ideology

  Public schools have a duty to serve all children, but a school cannot serve children and a totalitarian ideology all at once. For the sake of children’s well-being, Christian mothers are uniting with their radical feminist and lesbian sisters to reject the idea of “gender identity.”   As a mother of seven, I have … More Biology Isn’t Bigotry: Christians, Lesbians, and Radical Feminists Unite to Fight Gender Ideology