Is "Get back to Mumsnet" the new "get back to the kitchen"? Are TERFs feminists? Are TERFs even women?
This week's most ridiculous 'trans-centric' publication comes from Equity, the 'UK trade union for creative practitioners'.
Cambridge University Student Union has recently published a guide on "How to Spot TERF Ideology" . I propose that far from the progressive guide to inclusion that it claims to be; it is instead hostile divisive propaganda relying on misogyny, racism and the exploitation of intersex conditions to aid the silencing of women's concerns. This is why:
With the news that Cambridge University SU has published "How to Spot TERF Ideology" I ask the question COULD YOU BE A TERF?
Karen: She's the woman that wants to speak to your manager, the mother you always avoid at the school gates, the woman driver that stole your parking place and possibly even your ex wife. Karen is outspoken, irritating, entitled and very opinionated. Star of a million memes; we all know 'a Karen' and we are probably all guilty of smirking at least a little when we recognise her in a meme. But beneath the 'lols' isn't this vilification of a middle-aged woman all a little misogynistic?