“Radical feminists” typically differ from pro-family advocates on many issues. So, why are the Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), a self-described radical feminist group, and the Family Policy Alliance (FPA), MFI’s national public policy affiliate, teaming up? Because they both recognize that preserving women’s safety in private spaces is critically important (as well as common sense).
This week, WoLF’s board chair Kara Dansky joined Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to discuss how the exploding “gender revolution” is actually an attack on women. Watch here:
While MFI is battling a local bathroom and locker room law alongside KeepMASafe, the invasion of women’s privacy in the name of inclusion is a nationwide issue, both on state and federal levels. Last year, former President Barack Obama’s administration told public schools that they would lose federal funding if they refused to allow those who identify as transgender to use the bathroom of their choice. That meant that public schools would be penalized if they believed it was dangerous to open up the girls’ bathrooms and locker rooms to biological males.
WoLF’s Kara Dansky and FPA may not agree on a lot, but they do agree on this: women deserve better than being ignored and endangered, and just because a biological male says he feels like a woman, it doesn’t mean it’s true.
MFI is proud to stand with women in opposition to the recently passed Bathroom and Locker Room Law in MA, and we look forward to working with Keep MA Safe for the next two years to inform Massachusetts voters of the dangers of genderless bathrooms and the “erasure of women.”
In addition to standing for the safety and privacy of women, we recognize that women, and all humans, should also be protected in the womb. This Saturday, February 11, pro-life advocates nationwide will speak out against abortion at rallies to Defund Planned Parenthood. I will be speaking at the Boston rally which will take place between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. at 1055 Commonwealth Ave. I welcome you to join me in Boston, or you can join a rally in Fitchburg or Worcester. You can find the full list of rally locations nationwide here.