FIST LAUNCHES ENDORSEMENT DRIVE FOR FEMINIST AMENDMENTS TO THE EQUALITY ACT!

Now individuals and organizations can endorse the Feminist Amendments quickly and easily on FIST’s website.  Check out our Feminist Amendments page here on our website and sign up right away as an endorser by clicking the link!

As soon as we are out of lock-down due to the Corona virus, we plan on doing public events and coordinating lobbying efforts to advocate an approach to the Equality Act that preserves and expands women’s sex-based rights while ensuring that everyone’s rights are protected, including the rights of lesbians, gay men, and all gender non-conforming people.

However, no reason to wait to get involved! Getting endorsements online can be done now from your living room.    Please help us with our Feminist Amendments campaign by spreading the word, gathering endorsements, donating to FIST,  purchasing some of our cool merchandise and of course joining us by becoming a member!

3 Replies to “FIST LAUNCHES ENDORSEMENT DRIVE FOR FEMINIST AMENDMENTS TO THE EQUALITY ACT!”

  1. Manuel Barrera, PhD

    I’ve endorsed this action all my life. We cannot be silent, we have to stand. If we want to live, if we want a taste of freedom, we keep going.
    And never waver on the way.
    Solidarity Always
    Struggle until Victory

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  2. Anna Heran

    These are much fairer than the Equality Act is currently written. There’s no reason why we can’t continue to protect women, while we afford fairness for GNC and gay and lesbian individuals.

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  3. Aleks Kinclara

    I am convinced that the vast majority of people have no idea about the ramifications of the Equality Act as currently written. I am utterly grateful to FIST for laying out a coherent response that protects the basic human rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexual people, and transgender people without enshrining new quasi-religious concepts such as ‘gender identity’ into law. I think of it this way. Even though ‘race’ (human genetic variability) truly is a spectrum, and we are all ultimately of African ancestry, ‘white’ people should not have a protected right to unilaterally ‘identify’ as a member of an indigenous community, or as a person of color. Equally obvious, male people should not have a protected right to self-identify as women, as girl, as female. Material reality matters. I support feminists who understand their job is to protect the interests of female people, of women and girls. At the centennial of women securing the vote, let’s not destroy ourselves as a political class. Let’s get this right.

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