Female erasure : what you need to know about gender politics' war on women, the female sex and human rights / Ruth Barrett, anthology editor.
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- ISBN: 1539592944
- ISBN: 9781539592945
- Physical Description: xxxiii, 589 pages ; 24 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Pacific Palisades, CA : Tidal Time Publishing, LLC, 
- Copyright: ©2016.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Seven billion genders ; Gyn-ocide revisited / Ruth Barrett -- Quote from Gender Hurts / Sheila Jeffreys -- The first sex: in the beginning, we were all created female / Monica Sjöö and Barbara Mor -- The end of gender: revolution, not reform / Rachel Ivey -- The difference between sex and gender and why it matters / Kathy Scarbrough -- Female erasure, reverse sexism,and the Cisgender theory of privilege / Elizabeth Hungerford -- Transgender rights: the elimination of the human rights of women / GallusMag -- Transgender equality versus women's equality: a clash of rights? Written evidence submitted by Sheila Jeffreys to the UK transgender equality inquiry, October 14, 2015 / Sheila Jeffreys -- An African-American woman reflects on the transgender movement / Nuriddeen Knight -- Female erasure: a sampler / Ava Park -- My disservice to my transgender patients / Kathy Mandigo, M.D -- Exiles in their own flesh: a psychotherapist speaks / Lane Anderson -- In the absence of the sacred: the marketing of medical transgenderism and the survival of the natural child / Jennifer Bilek and Mary Ceallaigh -- Gender ideology harms children, a brief statement, and gender dysphoria in children official position statement by The American College of Pediatricians -- Quote- from the Enmetena & Ukukagina cones -- Quote- from Hypotaxis -- On language and erasure / Hypotaxis -- Eve was "framed" / Ruth Barrett -- Transgenderism and the power of naming / Julia Long -- The erasure of lesbians / Alix Dobkin and Sally Tatnall -- Mothers' Day: a story / Joan F. Archive -- Patriarchy in drag: sexual imperialism in Africa, and delusional revisionism in the African-American community / Luisah Teish -- Pseudoscience supplants female athletes' Olympic dreams / Kathy Crocco -- Open letter to the midwives alliance of North America regarding the recent revisions to the organization's standing core competencies / Mary Lou Singleton and a collective of many midwives -- Erasure quotes -- "You say" / Ruth Barrett -- The period poem / Dominique Christina -- A revolutionary love letter to Menarche / Monica Asencio -- Mother / Patricia Monaghan --
Song for menopause / Ila Suzanne Gray -- The girls and the grasses / Lierre Keith -- Quote / Ruth Barrett -- Quote / Kathy Crocco -- Problem and solution? transwomen's access to private women-only spaces / Elizabeth Hungerford -- Why women's spaces are critical to feminist autonomy / Patrica McFadden -- Ground zero: the clash of gender identity protections and women's space / Cathy Brennan -- Federal court's denial of Obama's transgender bathroom directive a win for everyone / Maya Dillard Smith, JD, MPP -- Queer theory's suppression of feminist consciousness / Carol Downer -- The attack on female sovereign space in Pagan community / Ruth Barrett -- The undoing of a unique sisterhood / Mara Lake -- Transparent: spitting on Michfest's grave / Phonaesthetica -- #ApologizeToMichigan / Sara St. Martin Lynne -- Quote / Ruth Barrett -- Quote / Karen Cayer -- Social work professor speaks out on behalf of her FtM autistic daughter / interview with Dr. Kathleen "Kelly" Levinstein, PhD, LCSW, LMSW -- I am not a waste of a woman / Max Robinson -- Reclaiming female/speaking back / Crash -- The goddess of autotomy / Devorah Zahav -- Censored conversations in the hallways of academia / Double XX Howl -- Destruction of a marriage: my husband's descent into transgenderism / Sharon Thrace -- Gas Mark Six / Jackie Mearns -- "Neighbor boy" / Temple Ardinger -- The bathroom / Falcon River -- Quote / Cathy Brennan -- Choices not taken / Ruth Barrett -- Quote / by Parker Wolf (Big Boo Butch) -- Quote / C.H. -- Quote / Mary Daly -- Gender, patriarchy, and all that jazz / Mary Lou Singleton -- The surgical suite: modern-day closet for today's teen lesbian / Marie Verite -- Milwaukee pride parade strips veteran lesbian activist Miriam Ben-Shalom of Grand Marshall honors, and a personal statement / Miriam Ben-Shalom -- Into the mind of Kosilek: Grace's daughter- a book review / GallusMag -- The WANTED project / Nedra Johnson -- The universe is her form / Vajra Ma -- Radical female embodiment and reproduction of resistance / Mary Ceallaigh -- Yes all women / Sara St. Martin Lynne -- A creed for free women / Elsa Gidlow.
Female Erasure is a dynamic collection of diverse voices speaking out against gender identity politics, exposing the origins and harmful effects of transgender ideology on the lives of women and children today as a continuation of female erasure and silencing. This anthology comes at a time when gender identity politics and profits from an emerging medical transgenderism industry for children, teens, and adults inhibit our ability to have meaningful discussions about sex, gender, changing laws that have provided sex-based protections for women and girls, and the re-framing of language referring to females as a distinct biological class. Standing strongly against gender stereotypes, female oppression, and the sexual violence prevalent in all levels of society, women's voices celebrate their lives and examine their struggles through articles, essays, firsthand accounts, and verse. Lesbian feminists, political feminists, spiritual feminists, heterosexual-womanist women, mothers, scholars, attorneys, poets, medical and mental health professionals, educators, environmentalists, and detransitioning women all boldly vocalize their unique perspectives and universal experiences. The contributors to Female Erasure know that their views are controversial, and many people will oppose their work. But they refuse to be silenced by critics, striving instead toward deep, meaningful discussion with readers about the biases of modern society and the future of women's rights.
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