Exposing Gender Ideology

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By Bernard Lane. a journalist working with The Australian newspaper, a lone voice in Australian media, who has steadfastly maintained a critical interest in examining the gender industry.

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‘Stillltish’ is a feminist mother of a trans identified son in the UK. Her comprehensive research on gender ideology in @Stilltish. Gender Abolition  is astounding and a valuable resource. Be warned: there is so much information that my laptop took a while to process it while opening up the website.

They ‘strongly argue that the only way to end anti-lesbianism is to get the L out of the “GBT community” and build women-centred alliances with all lesbians and feminists willing to end male domination and women’s oppression.’

The Litle Mermaid Observatory of Ideological Discourses on children and adolescents (OBSERVATORY “La Petite Sirène”)


multidisciplinary collective of professional practitioners and researchers. They have recently published recommendations regarding gender dysphoria.  (Site is in French language with English translation provided.)

Founded in 1983 by a small team of volunteers, and housed at UMA since 2000, the Victorian Women’s Liberation and Lesbian Feminist Archive (VWLLFA) is a rich documentation of the 1970s-1980s and beyond. It comprises at least 128 collections listed according to the donor: individual women, community groups and organisations.’

 ‘As concerns for lesbian visibility intensified, liberation came to politically involve – at least for radical feminists – the necessary abandonment of heterosexuality. In Victoria, the inaugural conference of the Melbourne Radicalesbians was held in 1973 at the Whitehall Guest House at Sorrento.’

‘In 1974, Penny Short was judged ‘medically unfit’ after she came out as a lesbian. She lost her NSW teacher’s scholarship and despite appeals and public protest the decision was not reversed.’