The Women's Rights Network (WRN) is a feminist group that was founded in 2021 by a group of women who were concerned about the erosion of women's rights in the UK. WRN is a non-party political group that is open to women of all ages, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, employment status and socio-economic backgrounds.
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WRN's mission is to defend the sex-based rights of women. WRN believes that women are a biological sex class and that this biological reality has important implications for women's rights. WRN opposes the erosion of women's sex-based rights, including the introduction of self-identification in the Gender Recognition Act, the medicalisation of children who are encouraged to believe that it is possible to change sex, and the erasure of the words 'sex' and 'woman/women' from common language and law.
WRN works to achieve its mission through a variety of means, including:
Advocacy: WRN works to raise awareness of the threats to women's sex-based rights and to lobby politicians and other decision-makers to protect these rights.
Education: WRN provides resources and education to help women understand the threats to their sex-based rights and how to defend them.
Networking: WRN connects women from across the UK who are working to defend women's sex-based rights.
Campaigning: WRN campaigns on specific issues that threaten women's sex-based rights.
WRN is a growing and vibrant movement of women who are committed to defending the sex-based rights of women. WRN is a powerful force for change and is making a real difference in the lives of women across the UK.
Here are some specific examples of WRN's work:
In 2022, WRN launched a campaign to oppose the introduction of self-identification in the Gender Recognition Act. The campaign was successful in raising awareness of the issue and in persuading the government to delay the introduction of self-identification.
WRN has also worked to raise awareness of the medicalisation of children who are encouraged to believe that it is possible to change sex. WRN has published reports and articles on this issue and has spoken out at conferences and events.
WRN has also worked to reinstate the words 'sex' and 'woman/women' into common language and law. WRN has submitted evidence to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) on this issue and has campaigned against the use of gender-neutral language.
WRN is a vital organization that is working to protect the sex-based rights of women. WRN is a powerful force for change and is making a real difference in the lives of women across the UK.
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.