Feminist Question Time with speakers from Taiwan, Germany, USA and Israel. Women’s Human Rights Campaign (WHRC) Feminist Question Time is a weekly online webinar. It is attended by a global feminist and activist audience of between 200-300. The main focus is how gender ideology is harming the rights of women and girls. You can see recordings of previous panels on their YouTube Channel.
Dec 4th, 2021 speakers: Gunda Schumann-Lesbian activist; LAZ reloaded eV, member of the board; lawyer, sociologist, author. Topic : Settlement of transgender ideology in German politics and law in Germany-Trans activists are infiltrating Bundestag (Federal Parliament) and mobbing a gender critical feminist nominated as chair of a working group of the emerging Federal Government. Greens succeeded in passing a State law on law enforcement that allows trans identified people to choose prisons reserved for the opposite sex (with some limitations) without any public debate. Jennifer B. Bilek-an investigative journalist, artist and activist living in the United States. She is the author of The 11th Hour Blog, examining the intersections of Transgenderism, Technology and Capitalism & reporting on the global gender industry. USA Topic: What and who is behind Transgender Ideology? Jaclynn J-Originally from Hawai’i, USA, now based in Taiwan, I am a PhD student in the field of feminist philosophy. A university lecturer, a published writer, and budding activist working in the field of women’s rights and gynocritical research. She has created and manage one of the only feminist -focused book clubs in Taiwan, volunteers with various non-profit organizations, and is a voracious reader. She loves traveling, ancient and medieval history, critical thinking, and challenging the status quo. Topic: Gender identity ideology in Taiwan-On September 23, the Taipei High Administrative Court issued a ruling allowing a trans-identified male calling himself “Xiao E (小E)” to change his legal sex to female without sex reassignment surgery — the first of its kind in Taiwan. How did this ideology reach Taiwan — an Asian nation on the edge of the Pacific? It appears certain groups in Taiwan have been working in near secrecy to make this law happen, leaving the public and especially women’s organizations completely out of the loop. Luba Fein-Israeli abolitionist, a member of the women anti-prostitution coalition, and FILIA volunteer Topic:An abolitionist struggle and implementing the Nordic model in Israel.