December 01, 2017

Transgender trend

Over the past few years there has been a global rise in the number of children referred to gender clinics. There is no reliable scientific basis for the diagnosis of transgender, nor long-term research on the outcome of treatments. Setting children off on a path towards medicalisation with irreversible life-long effects is an experiment which has no precedent.

February 26, 2018

Janice Turner

Janice Turner edited women’s magazines for eight years before she became a columnist on The Guardian. She has been with The Times since 2003 and since then has been shortlisted for the British Press Awards six times, winning interviewer of the year in 2014. As well as writing her column, she is an interviewer and feature writer for The Times.

February 01, 2018

Critical sisters

Founded by a diverse group of left-wing feminists, we recognise the harm that can be done when debate is stifled for fear of causing offence.


Critical Sisters are proudly secular and gender-critical.   We stand in opposition to man-made beliefs; be that religious faith or the ideology of gender.

No Gods. No Gender.

February 26, 2018

Fair Play for Women

 A group of ordinary women who are concerned that in the rush to reform transgender laws that women’s voices will not be listened to. 

Women get called transphobic for simply asking questions. Women are afraid to speak out and fear for their jobs and reputation if they do. 

They are the voice of these women. 

February 02, 2018

Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nicola Williams is a research scientist specialising in human biology and has held a number of senior scientific positions within the pharmaceutical industry. She is now dedicated to her full-time volunteer role as a writer and speaker on reform of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) and its impact on women and children.

February 01, 2018

Jeni Harvey

Writer, feminist, mother. Writing a novel about a bunch of addicts and alcoholics stumbling their way through rehab. Makes for great party conversation.

January 01, 2018

Jo Bartosch

Jo Bartosch founded the group Chelt Fems, a network of feminist activists, academics and professionals which has grown to become one of the most vibrant campaign groups in the South West of England.  She chaired the group for seven years before stepping down in March 2017 to take a place as co-director of the newly formed ‘Critical Sisters’.

Jo has contributed some amazing writing to this cause, you may have to google her to see all her articles as she is freelance. 

February 01, 2018

Meghan Murphy

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February 26, 2018

Miranda Yardley (honourary shero)

Miranda is transsexual and gender critical 

February 12, 2018

Gender Critical Dad (honourary shero)

A boring middle aged bloke, trying to keep his daughter safe. Shamelessly stealing ideas from Gender Critical Radical Feminism, #GenderCritical #peaktrans

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November 06, 2017

Cynthia Yockey: A conservative lesbian

Cynthia Hockey is looking to Crowdfunding in order to "undo the transgender coup". 

Extract:  January 12, 2009: I am a 56-year-old lesbian and over the course of the presidential campaign in 2008, my political views transformed from those of a lifelong liberal, Democrat and global warming believer to those of a fiscal conservative who rejects theories of anthropogenic climate change because we are so totally NOT more influential on the climate than the sun, sunspots, the ocean and ocean currents. (Ever the heretic wherever I go, even as a liberal, I wanted a nuclear power plant on every block, due to my love of cheap electricity and my aversion to freezing in the dark, so no change there.

November 10, 2017

Lily Maynard

In late 2015, my teenage daughter Jessie declared she was transgender and the experience tugged us into a rabbit hole of Orwellian double-speak and general insanity. I read so much during that time and it was such a vast learning curve that I felt compelled to bring all the threads together in an article.  I was especially struck by the exponential surge in the number of teenage girls who were ‘identifying’ as boys, usually young lesbians and usually after lengthy sessions on social media. After Jessie desisted, I wanted to share what I’d read as well as what I’d learned and eventually I finished writing an article which contained over 100 links. Jessie added a short postscript of her own and I was delighted when 4thwavenow published it in December 2016 under the title ‘A Mum’s Voyage Through Transtopia – a tale of love and desistance’.

November 01, 2016

Sarah Ditum

A columnist, critic and feature writer with bylines at the New Statesman, the Guardian, the Spectator, the Independent, Eurogamer, Stylist, Grazia, Elle and more. Regular TV and radio appearances, including Newsnight and Today. Available for teaching and talks. Anti-fun feminist. 

July 31, 2016


She writes about feminism, motherhood, politics and mental health



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