UK feminist Maya Forstater has just won a major victory in defending the ability to express gender critical ideas in the workplace. Naturally, all of us at Ovarit, and radical and gender critical feminists everywhere are cock-a-hoop!
Please confine the discussion to this thread and post all new articles here so that the rest of /o/GenderCritical doesn't get swamped in material relating to this case, and so that we have all it all in one place for future reference.
I'll collate important links here and update as they come in. Add anything good you find to the comments and I'll pop it up here when I get the time.
Daily Mail: Interview with Maya. 'I was just fighting for everyone's right to hold an opinion': Mother who lost her job for saying trans women can never be truly female speaks out after landmark court victory backed by JK Rowling [Archive link]