International Women’s day:A time for celebration? (mixed with realism?)
“While the “T” has been added to “LGBT” and women’s organizations claim to support all women, transgender women are ostracized on a daily basis in society and even in communities that are supposed to be the most progressive. Mainstream gay and lesbian organizations sacrifice the “T…”
TRANSGRIOT:International Womens Day 2011-Where Do Transwomen Fit In?
And where do we transwomen fit in on this International Womens Day 2011? Alongside our cissisters as allies ready, willing and able to do our share to help them out,and we hope they feel the same way about us as well..
Transsexual Women Need Not Apply:
Interrogating Chromosomal Determinism at
Leslie Robinson (TBP)
International Women’s day
A time for celebration mixed with realism:
As the 100th International Women’s Day rolls around, it is time for celebration mixed with realism. We can celebrate a century of impressive economic, political and social achievements by and for women since 1911, but we must be realistic about the many inequities that remain…
The first IWD was observed on 19 March 1908 in Germany following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. The idea of having an international women’s day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions…
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