My newest article out on Feminist Current!

Part of a series I have done on gender identity ideology in Taiwan Women in Taiwan are organizing to fight back against gender identity ideology(Originally published on Feminist Current) byJACLYNN JOSEPH Political activism is relatively new in Taiwan, a country hailed as a beacon of progress in Asia but that only began to approach democracyContinue reading “My newest article out on Feminist Current!”

Taiwanese women hit back as government tries to roll out self-ID law

Originally published in Feminist Current There has never really been a robust feminist movement in Taiwan, despite there being notable feminist icons, such as former Vice President Annette Hsiu-Lee, author Li Ang, and publisher of the feminist magainze,¬†Awakening,¬†Yenlin Ku. For better or worse, Taiwan owes its ideological origins to Western feminism, and Taiwanese feminists haveContinue reading “Taiwanese women hit back as government tries to roll out self-ID law”

Guest speaker for Women’s Human Rights Campaign – Feminist Question Time

What do you get when you put hundreds of feminists together in a (digital) room? Empowerment, support, ideas, and passion are some words that come to mind. A fire doesn’t just start on its own, it takes some energy to get it burning. Some of the best ideas come from sharing and engaging with a group. Continue reading “Guest speaker for Women’s Human Rights Campaign – Feminist Question Time”