"The past decade has brought a whirlwind of social change to journalism. While, in many cases, these changes have helped the profession more accurately represent a diverse range of views of experiences, in some cases well-meaning journalists and publications have traded accuracy and ethics to appease a small minority of extremists. This is most obvious in the modern reporting practices around sex and gender, sexual orientation, and women’s rights.
"In this style guide, we provide a more accurate way to report on the issues of sex and gender, sexual orientation, and women’s rights. The guidelines outlined below reflect an accurate scientific understanding of these concepts, informed by a feminist perspective, while adhering to the strictest principles of journalism ethics including truth and accuracy, fairness and impartiality, and humanity."
-Women's Liberation Front