A Lifelong feminist and Democrat gave a stark warning to her party: Stop promoting the abolition of biological sex or lose votes.
Kara Dansky, the former board member of the Women’s Liberation Front, launched her attack on the abolition of sex and why it is harmful to women and girls.
President Biden has in the past said the struggle for LGBTQ rights is “in fact the same basic movement” as the broader struggle for civil rights.
Biden said in 2015 that, “Where there is a willingness to confront prejudice, bigotry, homophobia directly – there is the ability to succeed.” This is where he championed the passing of the federal nondiscrimination legislation.
Dansky followed up, “every single person is either female or male, there is nothing wrong with saying that … How many women and girls have to be hurt before our society … and our lawmakers and laws acknowledge that?”
Kara Dansky, president of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign’s U.S. chapter, addressed the legal doctrine the Left is promoting to obliterate the material reality of biological sex. Stating, “The U.S. is in the middle of a national crisis over the meaning of the words sex and gender.”
Dansky had also told Fox News in an interview, “Every single person is either female or male, there’s nothing wrong with saying that… How many women and girls have to be hurt before our society… and our lawmakers and laws acknowledge that?”
“How many women in prison have to be raped? How many teenage girls have to be subjected to men walking around with erect penises in bathrooms and spas before our society comes to grips with the reality of what’s going on?” she continued.
This is backed by the multiple reports of transgender prisoners sexually assaulting female inmates in states that allow inmates to be jailed with the gender they identify as.
In June, a transgender person exposed male genitalia in front of young girls in the women’s section of a Los Angeles spa.
Dansky also criticized the Equality Act that would explicitly amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The results would be “devastating for women and girls” if it passed the Senate.
A mutual agreement with the majority of individuals, Dansky, who previously sat on the Women’s Liberation Front board, said what has been considered feminism in contemporary society is not, in fact, feminism at all.
“The movement to promote the idea that men can be women is fundamentally anti-feminist, it is anti-woman, and it is very politically regressive,” Dansky stated.
She said the issues surrounding gender identity and sexual orientation will worsen if our country does not “get a grip” and “put an end to it.”