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?
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?
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
On the subject of whether a woman is an adult human female, feminists have been made thoroughly unwelcome on the left. So if liberals think it’s very strange for feminists to work with conservatives, they should probably stop telling us to “drink bleach” or looking the other way as online mobs demand that we be … More Natasha Chart: Feminist in Exile