Sarah Everard and the WoLF Surveys


WoLF stands for Women's Liberation Front, and this organization has been active in fighting for the preservation of women's sex-based rights. They have released a very interesting survey results report, conducted in 13 states. The graphics only show 11 of the states, but those results are fascinating.











































One carries certain assumptions about states like California, but perhaps those assumptions are wrong? Is it possible that 3/4's of Californians are really not on board with basic policy prescriptions derived from gender ideology? How incredibly . . . hopeful.

I am sure you are acquainted with the recent murder of Sarah Everard, a young woman in the UK who was murdered while walking home at 9 pm in south London--murdered by a male policeman, no less. The UK press is going all out with calls for the government to fight violence against women in the wake of this heinous murder; why a Baroness actually called for a 6 pm curfew for males! As one news article noted, "The extent and seriousness of the problem is revealed by data from the Femicide Census, a charity that tracks the number of women killed by men in the UK. A total of 1,425 women have been murdered over the past decade - an average of one woman every three days." (By contrast, trans-identified individuals in the UK are far less likely to be murdered than the average Briton.) In addition, another survey found that in the UK, "a total of 97% of female respondents aged between 18 and 24 have been the victim of sexual harassment."

One commenter did some connecting of dots--dots that seem to help me understand the results WoLF found, even in California:



















She's got a point, and I think about 75% of people see it.