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Critique History Humanities Nonfiction Social Sciences

Female Erasure: What You Need To Know About Gender Politics’ War on Women, the Female Sex and Human Rights

By Ruth Barrett, 2016

Note: we found the link to this incoherent, genocidal book circulating on anti-trans forums and have decided to remove the text. Typically, we allow anti-trans texts on this site so trans people can read, understand, and respond to them. However, in order to not legitimize such horrendous, racist, and belittling works such as these, we have decided to remove this particular anthology.


Female Erasure is a dynamic collection of diverse voices speaking out against gender identity politics, exposing the origins and harmful effects of transgender ideology on the lives of women and children today as a continuation of female erasure and silencing. This anthology comes at a time when gender identity politics and profits from an emerging medical transgenderism industry for children, teens, and adults inhibit our ability to have meaningful discussions about sex, gender, changing laws that have provided sex-based protections for women and girls, and the re-framing of language referring to females as a distinct biological class. Standing strongly against gender stereotypes, female oppression, and the sexual violence prevalent in all levels of society, women’s voices celebrate their lives and examine their struggles through articles, essays, firsthand accounts, and verse. Lesbian feminists, political feminists, spiritual feminists, heterosexual-womanist women, mothers, scholars, attorneys, poets, medical and mental health professionals, educators, environmentalists, and detransitioning women all boldly vocalize their unique perspectives and universal experiences. The contributors to Female Erasure know that their views are controversial, and many people will oppose their work. But they refuse to be silenced by critics, striving instead toward deep, meaningful discussion with readers about the biases of modern society and the future of women’s rights.

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