If you are a Facebook user, you can join the Sex, NOT Gender Workgroup. What an excellent project! Thank you for this opportunity to join in to this work to protect the female sex.
Elizabeth Hungerford follows up last year’s widely debated 2011 Submission to the UN Commission on the Status of Women with this year’s version: brilliant and compelling.
“This communication represents a fundamental shift in the framing of feminist concerns about the legal codification of “gender identity.” It refocuses attention on the experiential realities of being born female by demanding that sex be prioritized as independently significant to both understanding and improving the status of women.”
An important announcement follows the text.
July 26, 2012
CSW Communications Procedure
Human Rights Section
220 East 42nd Street, 17th floor
New York, NY 10017
To Whom It May Concern:
In response to the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women’s call for communications dated June 26, 2012 [i] regarding allegations of human rights violations affecting the status of women, I am writing in follow-up to the collaborative…
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