"In 2019, the UN Human Rights Council put forth a resolution which made clear
an international agenda to decimate the legal distinctions between the sexes
and destroy the rights of women and girls.

The resolution cited numerous UN documents containing the word 'gender'
and sought to retroactively change all mentions of 'gender' and 'gender equality'
within all UN documents to include the term 'gender identity'.

This means initiatives originally presented to further rights for females worldwide
are now being directed towards the promotion of policies that undermine
the needs and rights of women and girls to access single sex spaces,
and which allow males to legally identify themselves as women and invade female spaces despite the fact that males are not women and can never become biologically female. "


–K. YANG

 

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WOMEN’S ORGANIZATIONS PROTEST UNITED NATIONS’ USE OF “GENDER IDENTITY” & ERASURE OF SEX-BASED RIGHTS FOR FEMALES

 

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A non partisan international coalition made up of individual women and women’s organizations dedicated to defending the sex-based rights of women and girls gathered on the occasion of the United Nations’ sixty-sixth session of the Commission on the Status of Women to protest the United Nations’ re-definition of sex to include “gender identity” thereby eliminating the ability of females to be named as a biologically separate and distinct group of people from male people.

 

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MANHATTAN, NY, MARCH 16, 2022 10AM–– Women representing a half dozen organizations from multiple countries gathered together in front of the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan on the morning of Wednesday, March 16th to protest the United Nations erasure of sex-specific language and protections for female people –women and girls. A series of rousing speeches harkening back to the not long-off era of women’s suffrage were given by Beth Stelzer (Save Women’s Sports USA), Kellie-Jay Keen aka Posie Parker (Standing for Women UK), Isabella Malbin (Whose Body is It), K. Yang (Stop Female Erasure), and Amanda Stulman (Keep Prisons Single Sex USA)
 

The women registered a voice of non-consent for United Nations’ policies, resolutions, and campaigns that include the concept of “gender identity” in the definition of sex, thereby eliminating the possiblity of identifying females as a biologically distinct group from males and diminishing sex-based protections for the most vulnerable women and girls around the world. 

 

In addition, a group of women representing several women’s organizations and lead by TERF Collective founder Jesika Gonzalez and activist Amy Sousa offered powerful testimony on the need to preserve sex-based categories in language and in law and warned against the United Nations deceptive use of the term “gender identity”.

CONTACT

 

K. Yang is the creator of Stop Female Erasure.

She is a writer, film maker, artist, and activist

whose work explores the intersections of transgenderism and transhumanism as the backdrop of the global agenda for female erasure.

 

Her work is uniquely informed by her past experiences indoctrinating youth with “gender identity” ideology in New York public schools while working at an LGBTQ non-profit funded in part by the New York State Department of Health. 

Kellie-Jay Keen Minshull, aka Posie Parker, is an activist for sex-based rights. She is the founder of Standing For Women, a global women’s rights campaign group. 

 

She is a married mother of four and free speech advocate who first came into the public eye when interviewed under caution by the British Police for speaking out about the transitioning of children on twitter. 

 The potential charges are Nuisance, public order, malicious communications compounded with a potential hate crime. 

A homemaker, mom, and amateur powerlifter in Minnesota, Beth founded Save Women's Sports in early 2019.

 

She stresses that defending women in athletics ought not be a partisan nor religious issue.

 

 "If we allow males to compete in female sports; there will be men's sports, there will be co-ed sports, but there will no longer be women's sports."

 

www.bethstelzer.com

Isabella Malbin of Whose Body Is It is a birth worker, life coach for sovereign women, hypnotist and a former liberal feminist turned radical truth teller.

In March of 2020, Isabella was kicked out of women's fertility education program for refusing to use dehumanizing language such as "menstruating human" and "uterus haver."

On the Whose Body Is It podcast, Isabella exposes the forces at play attempting to control our minds and bodies such as transgender ideology, pornography and prostitution. 

OPENING SPEAKER

Amanda Stulman is the USA Director for Keep Prisons Single Sex,

a UK-based international organization.

 

KPSS campaigns for the rights of women in prison to single-sex accommodation and same-sex searching.

 

Keep Prisons Single Sex also campaigns for data on offending to be recorded by sex throughout the criminal justice system.

EMCEE + SPEAK OUT LEADER

Jesika Gonzalez is an ordinary working-class woman and the founder of the TERF Collective, an organization pursuing guerilla approaches to fighting trans ideology.

 

TERF Collective hosts semi-weekly chat sessions with gender-critical women and radical feminists from all over the world called TERF Nights.

 

There, she joins together decades-long activists and those newly peaked in wide-ranging conversations. They discuss the impact of gender ideology, protest actions, and participants are invited to imagine a future free of the impositions and requirements of the patriarchy.

@TERFcollective on Twitter

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M LEADER

Amy E. Sousa is an embodiment expert with an MA in Depth Psychology and 20 years in theater education.

She runs Little Red Reverberations, a personal consultation service and retreat center in Port Townsend, WA.

 

She is a longtime advocate for women & girls and has testified in front of school boards, state senates, and state house of representatives on behalf of women/girls' right to sex segregated spaces & sports and rights to boundaries around their bodies.

 

Sousa has also participated in organizing protests and actions as a public dissent against female erasure and the unnecessary medicalization of children. She is often found speaking on various social media under the handle @KnownHeretic.

SPEAK OUT PARTICIPANTS

Jeanette Cooper representing Partners for Ethical Care

Jennifer representing Partners for Ethical Care

Jenna DiQuarto representing Women's Liberation Radio News

Joy Gray representing Rev Fem Rebellion

Jeanna Hoch mother advocate

Amy Kreit mother of a child who identifies as "transgender" 

Jen Ziggen NYC Lesbian Activist

PRODUCED BY

Stop Female Erasure creates and distributes non-partisan original media and resources exposing the erasure of females and our sex based rights in language and in law under the guise of “gender identity” ideology.

This project is a self funded labor of love from a former trans rights activist.

 


“In my work I stress that defending women and girls is not a partisan or religious issue. Nothing could illustrate that point better than to understand the impact of this anti woman and girl agenda. The erasure of females in the name of “gender identity”  is being perpetuated on a local, state, federal, and international level and is being bankrolled and institutionalized by supra-national governing bodies like the United Nations via Agenda 2030 & the Sustainability Goals.”

-Beth Stelzer (Save Women’s Sports USA)


“While working at an LGBT non-profit nearly 10 years ago I was paid in part by New York State to indoctrinate public school children with “gender identity” and transgender ideology –I had no idea what I was contributing to at the time, I was convinced I was “doing the right thing” and nobody could tell me any differently.”

-K. Yang (Stop Female Erasure)

“The attack on female sex based rights in the name of “gender identity”, “LGBT equality” and “trans rights” must be understood as part of a strategically orchestrated campaign financed and managed by the world’s most powerful institutions like the United Nations – not only for the preservation of increasingly exploitative global economic growth and consolidation of power– but for the colonization of the female body’s reproductive capacity and the creation of a system of total technological population control.”

-K. Yang (Stop Female Erasure)

 

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