The United Nations Women website is inviting submissions regarding women from anyone in the world concerned about women’s issues.
Any individual, non-governmental organization, group or network may submit communications (complaints/appeals/petitions) to the Commission on the Status of Women containing information relating to alleged violations of human rights that affect the status of women in any country in the world. The Commission on the Status of Women considers such communications as part of its annual programme of work in order to identify emerging trends and patterns of injustice and discriminatory practices against women for purposes of policy formulation and development of strategies for the promotion of gender equality.
The deadline for this year is August 1. Submissions can come from groups or individuals and can relate to any concern.
UN Women have jumped on the trans extremist bandwagon to insist that anyone who identifies as a woman is a woman – despite lack of evidence or scientific proof.
They refuse to define the term ‘woman’, which leads to serious implications for everyone in society.
Spokeswoman for Binary, Kirralie Smith, said this was a perfect opportunity for Australians to raise concerns about women in sport and the lack of a legal definition of the term woman.
“UN Women need to hear from as many people as possible that the term woman must be defined according to biology, not ideology,” she said.
“Individuals and groups must take this opportunity to describe the many areas of injustice created by allowing biological males to identify as women.
“There are far-reaching consequences in sport, prisons, shelters, schools and all women’s services.
“They need to be reminded that someone putting on a costume or taking drugs does not become a woman, they are merely appropriating womanhood.”