Amazing, a feminist group that actually advocates for women. WoLF (Women’s Liberation Front) and the Family Policy Alliance have teamed up on cases of gender and bathroom laws.
Autumn Leva, director of policy for Family Policy Alliance, said their groups’ unity should already tell people what an upsetting mandate the transgender bathroom truly is.
“How wrong does something need to be for a Christian family group, and a radical feminist group, to take their argument together to the Supreme Court?” she asked. “[This is a] privacy and safety matter and we’re asking the high court to acknowledge that.”
One of the controversies in the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama was the implementation of the transgender bathroom mandate in all public schools throughout the nation. The administration required all public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice, and any school that refuses to conform to the mandate risks losing federal funding.
The Family Policy Alliance, which is the public policy partner of the Christian conservative organisation Focus on the Family, has had enough of the mandate and has teamed up with a radical feminist group, the Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), in a bid to protect women and girls from sexual predators.
Kara Dansky, the chair of WoLF’s Board of Directors, admitted that WoLF and the Family Policy Alliance don’t often see eye to eye when it comes to abortion or gay rights. However, when it comes to privacy and safety for women, they are in unison.
“On certain issues, such as gender identity, pornography and prostitution – we’ll find that the left has pretty much sold out women on these issues,” Dansky told Town Hall. “We stand up for women and girls.” ChritianityToday
As a plaintiff in a similar, federal case, the Women’s Liberation Front has filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in the case of Gloucester County School Board v. G.G., in which a school board has petitioned the Supreme Court to review a decision by a U.S. Appeals Court that deprives students of their right to have access to sex-segregated spaces.
This case is important because this issue goes far beyond bathrooms. It in fact extends to the ability of women and girls to access locker rooms, shower rooms, changing rooms, dormitories, sports teams, crisis services, scholarships and colleges that are reserved exclusively for women and girls, and because it goes to an even larger issue – whether women and girls can be protected by civil rights laws at all.
This case asks the question whether “women” even exist anymore as a legally-protected or definable category. Wolf
The Erasure Of Women And Girls
The self-described “radical feminist” explained to The Daily Caller founder that the “interpretation of sex to mean gender identity… redefines women and girls to mean essentially anyone who identifies as a woman or girl.”
“You go on to say this is about the erasure of women and girls,” Carlson then posed to Dansky. “What does that mean?”
“If we define sex to mean gender identity,” Dansky answered, that “renders the category, women and girls, meaningless.” DailyCaller
Watch: Tucker Carlson interview Kara Dansky