Taiwan finds a voice on the international feminist website WDI
I’m proud to be able to put Taiwan on the list of countries covered by Women’s Declaration International (WDI). WDI is a group of volunteer women from across the globe dedicated to protecting women’s sex-based rights. Our volunteers include academics, writers, organizers, activists, and health practitioners, and aim to represent the total breadth of the human female experience.
I wrote up the info provided for Taiwan, and while it’s not extensive or attempting to be complete (that could take up an entire book), it provides a glimpse into the status of women and the infiltration of gender ideology in the country.
WDI has written a Declaration on Women’s Sex Based Rights to lobby nations to maintain language protecting women and girls on the basis of sex rather than “gender” or “gender identity”. I encourage you to visit their site and sign it. One of the authors of the declaration is Dr. Sheila Jeffreys.
With my entry Taiwan becomes the 9th country in Asia to be represented on the site. I’ll also be the country contact. I’m honored to be in such company, amongst truly inspiring feminists who are making a difference.