International & National Women's Groups
Canadian Women's Sex-Based Rights – caWsbar – is a cross-Canada, non-partisan coalition of women and male allies working together to preserve the rights and protections of women and girls, as enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Section 15).
The Declaration re-affirms women and girls' sex-based rights, and challenges the discrimination we experience from the replacement of the category of sex with that of ‘gender identity.’ There are chapters in most countries from the UK to Canada to South Korea, Peru, Australia, and others.
Groupe féministe, mixte et non partisan qui agit pour l'égalité de fait entre les femmes et les hommes
Feminist, mixed and non-partisan group that acts for de facto equality between women and men
A group of parents and professionals concerned about the medicalization of identity and erosion of sex-based rights in Canada.
We The Females is a growing group of Canadian women from all walks of life who are deeply worried about the loss of female rights and the medicalization of children resulting from Bill C-16. This legislation puts children at risk and sacrifices the rights of females by allowing “self-identification” of gender, which gives any male the right to declare himself a woman and to access women’s protected spaces.
An organization that is committed to changing women's prisons back to single sex and to have all crime statistics recorded by sex, rather than by self-ID.
This organization focuses on the IOC and other athletic organizations that have allowed males to compete against females. The name comes from the number of subjects in a study that the IOC based its decision on.
To raise awareness of what's happening to women's rights, and fight for those rights.
An international group of nearly 100 clinicians and researchers concerned about the lack of quality evidence for the use of hormonal and surgical interventions as first-line treatment for young people with gender dysphoria. They represent expertise from a range of clinical disciplines.
Their objectives include evaluating current interventions for gender dysphoria, providing balanced evidence summaries, promoting the development of effective and supportive psychosocial approaches for the care of young people with gender dysphoria and generating good, answerable questions for research.
SEGM is free from political, ideological, religious, or financial influences.
An organisation of sex trade survivors and we call for enlightenment, because until the world views prostitution as abuse, nothing will ever change.
An organization that aims to protect, advance, and restore the rights of women and girls.