Radical Feminist Group Joins Christian Conservative Group in Amicus Brief

     by Women’s Liberation Front

NEW YORK, NY.: The Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF) announced today that it will be partnering with the Christian group Family Policy Alliance (FPA) in submitting a friend-of-the-court brief in the Supreme Court challenging President Obama’s Title IX “bathroom mandate.”

The joint brief argues that allowing males who self-identify as women access to female-only spaces threatens the safety of women and girls and results in the effective erasure of women under Title IX – a civil rights law enacted specifically to benefit women, who have been excluded from formal education, or discriminated against within it, for centuries.

What prompted WoLF to forge such an unlikely partnership?

Kara Dansky, Chair of the WoLF Board, says the alliance with FPA just makes sense.

“WoLF fights to protect all women and girls, regardless of political affiliation,” said Dansky. “WoLF is the only feminist organization standing up for the right of women and girls to maintain female-only spaces. We are happy to work with other organizations that agree with us on this point.”

“How wrong does something have to be for a Christian family group, and a radical feminist group, to take their argument together to the Supreme Court?” said Autumn Leva, director of policy for Family Policy Alliance.

The brief will be submitted in the Gloucester School Board v. G.G. case before the high court. A female who identifies as male is seeking the “right” to use the boys’ facilities.

The court will hear the case this spring with a decision likely in the summer.

WoLF board member Kara Dansky sat down with Family Policy Alliance as unlikely allies for privacy and the safety of women and girls. Watch their conversation below.

2 thoughts on “Radical Feminist Group Joins Christian Conservative Group in Amicus Brief”

  1. The WoLF representative changed my mind on this. She articulates a difficult/complicated perspective that is actually feminist but I, for one, have a hard time explaining why I’m supportive of trans people but not this issue. Brave and brilliant.

  2. Two different groups can come to the same conclusion for radically different reasons and desire different end goals. Making common cause with FPA means lending support to a Christian Right belief system that ultimately works against the best interests of women. Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.

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