This week, Tucker Carlson Tonight looked at the joint amicus brief filed by Family Policy Alliance and Women’s Liberation Front, known as WoLF. Kara Dansky, WoLF Board Chair and also an attorney, told Carlson that the transgender movement is harmful to women and girls.
“If we define sex, under Title IX, to mean gender identity,” Dansky said on Fox News, “what we’re essentially saying is that ‘women and girls’ can mean ‘anyone who self-identifies as women and girls,’ which makes the category ‘women and girls’ meaningless.”
How wrong does something have to be for a Christian pro-family organization and a self-described radical-feminist group to oppose it together at the Supreme Court?
Family Policy Alliance and Women’s Liberation Front, known as WoLF, jointly are filing a brief with the high court. It opposes the effort to open girls’ locker rooms and showers to boys who say they identify as girls – and vice versa.
Autumn Leva, our Director of Public Policy, discusses the brief with Kara Dansky, board chair of WoLF and also an attorney.
Download the amicus brief as filed with the U.S. Supreme Court.
How wrong does something have to be in order to be opposed by a Christian conservative group and a self-described radical feminist organization? President Obama’s misguided push to open girls’ locker rooms and showers to boys is just that ridiculous.
Kara Dansky, is Board Chair of Women’s Liberation Front, known as WoLF. Even though we disagree on many other issues, we found common ground on this one. The attorney sat down with us to explain why Obama’s “bathroom mandate” is dangerous from her point of view. We think you’ll find her comments insightful.
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