Transgender Body Politics
At a time when supposedly enlightened attitudes are championed by the mainstream, philosopher and activist Heather Brunskell-Evans shows how, under the guise of liberalism, a regressive men’s rights movement is posing a massive threat to the human rights of women and children everywhere. Everyone, including every trans person, has the right to live freely without discrimination. But a misogynist transgender politics, while spouting platitudes about equality, is in reality colonising and erasing the bodies, agency and autonomy of women and children, while asserting men’s rights to bodily intrusion into women’s social and personal spaces. The transgender agenda redefines diversity and inclusion using the language of victimhood. Everyone who cares about the future of women’s and children’s rights must read it.
Transgender Body Politics is the book everyone will want to read because it unpacks and answers all the questions so many have about how transgenderism has become such an issue? Are men really women? Why are so many young lesbians having mastectomies? Is this the right path?
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Heather Brunskell-Evans is a social theorist and philosopher who specialises in ethics, medicine, sex and gender. Having been an academic for nearly three decades, she is now also working on national and international political agendas driving the rights of women and girls.