Since the start of the bathroom wars, many have asked the question, where are the feminists? Well, a national group of feminists have answered on behalf of two women.
Albuquerque Journal reported:
A national group of “radical feminists” more commonly associated with fights for abortion and gay rights has filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of two Albuquerque women they say are at risk of greater violence, discomfort and oppression because of transgender policies in public schools.
The suit seeks to block federal guidelines issued in May 2016 that instruct schools to allow transgender people to use bathroom and school facilities aligned with their self-identified gender instead of their genitalia.
The group, Women’s Liberation Front, or WoLF, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque on Thursday saying two of its New Mexico members who are identified in the court documents as “AB and AB’s mother” have a “well-founded fear” they will have to “share such facilities with people who are biologically male” and that puts them at “imminent, traceable” risk.
“The reinterpretation of ‘sex’ to include ‘gender identity’ also means that girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms must be opened up to any male who ‘identifies’ as female,” the group says on its website.
And in the suit, the group says “as a female, she is more vulnerable to assault or rape (including impregnation) when she is in isolated or closed areas with men.”
Go read the rest. WOLF has started a G0 Fund Me page and according to the Albuquerque Journal, they have raised over $10,000 already. As of the writing of this article, their total raised is $13,215.
Here is the text from the Go Fund Me Page, which has a link to their suit against the DOJ:
Women’s Liberation Front vs. The United States
The swift and enthusiastic push for transgender rights in America is having dire consequences that severely threaten the privacy, dignity, safety, and equality of women and girls.
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of Education (DOE) have abruptly enacted a new policy, defining the category of “sex” in Title IX to include “gender identity.” This effectively renders Title IX meaningless, as females can no longer be recognized as distinct from males. Indeed, Title IX, the legislation used to champion the very creation of female sports, is now being used to dismantle them, as male athletes demand access to female teams, dominating the competition.
The reinterpretation of “sex” to include “gender identity” also means that girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms must be opened up to any male who “identifies” as female. Girls’ rights to personal privacy and freedom from male sexual harassment, forced exposure to male nudity, and voyeurism have been eliminated with the stroke of a pen. Schools that do not comply with the demands of any male student to access protected female spaces will now lose federal funding.
Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF) has decided this cannot stand. The President of the United States, the most powerful man in the world, has told teenage girls that they are now required to get over their “discomfort” at boys in their locker room. We need your help to fund our legal battle against the U.S. government. We have filed a lawsuit and we need $75,000 to see this battle into court.
You can read our legal complaint in full here:
Make your voice heard! Defend the rights of women and girls!
One comment left by a donor asserts that allowing gender identity to ‘supersede sex in the law’ is “unconscionable”:
Standing against the ongoing colonization of women by men. Girls and Women (females) as an oppressed class have a right and have reasons to establish boundaries. Allowing “gender identity” to be interchangeable with or to supersede “sex” in law – or outside the law as the case may be – is unconscionable. For those stopping by, take a good look at how many who donated felt a need to do it anonymously. Why do you suppose that is? Who are the bullies? Women’s lives matter more than men’s feelings. Period. Yes, I said period.
Related Reading: Radical Feminists Are Suing The DoJ’s Transgender Decree For Making Women Share Bathrooms With Men
Well, it took them long enough to get onboard. This may darn well be the first thing in, let’s see 2, 3 or 4 decades that feminists and I have been on the same page. Hmmm, the new radicals on the block.
I am curious — was this feminist group considered “radical” when they were fighting for abortion or are they only now considered “radical” because they are going against liberal orthodoxy?
Arizona? New Mexico! Used to live there, and couldn’t believe all the people who thought I was in either Arizona or the country of Mexico.
I caught that just as your comment came in. It is corrected.