We represent two grassroots organisations, The Countess Didn’t Fight For This and Radicailín, whose combined members are deeply concerned about the impact on freedom of expression, enforceability… Read More »Is the Proposed Hate Crime Bill Fit For Purpose?
This is a slightly updated version of an article by Gráinne Mhaol that appeared originally on the Socialist Democracy (Ireland) website. In this series of… Read More »Why has a conflict arisen between Trans Activists and Feminists?
The case of Barbie Kardashian and the decision to house him in Limerick Prison amongst female prisoners drew Irish people’s attention to the concept and… Read More »Trans Prisoners in Women’s Prisons: Whose Rights? Whose Dignity?
This week one of our activists wrote to Amnesty International Ireland for clarity on their stance on the housing of trans identified males with female… Read More »Statement on the Protection of Female Prisoners
As the Founder of The Countess Didn’t Fight for This, I would like to draw your readers’ attention to a few facts regarding the article… Read More »[LETTER] The Countess Responds to The Phoenix
By Laoise Aodha de Brún via The Phoenix
As the Founder of The Countess Didn’t Fight for This, I would like to draw your readers’ attention to a few facts regarding the article The Countess Returns (see The Phoenix 9/10/20). Our members live in Ireland with some 10% living abroad.
Yesterday saw the newly-formed grassroots political campaign The Countess Didn’t Fight For This protest outside the Dail, unfurling a banner stating that ‘Women Will Not… Read More »New Grassroots Political Campaign ‘The Countess Didn’t Fight For This’ Protest Outside the Dail