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2 April 2023
'Changing sex is happiness!': trans-industry pushes furiously on children
What you see is a frame from a Dutch programme in which trans people show their naked bodies to 10-12 year old girls. But the propaganda hits hard especially in schools, where many students self-interpret their own psychological distress -it is an epidemic- as gender dysphoria. And the British Prime Minister Sunak is running for cover, ordering an independent enquiry into sex education courses.
Yesterday in Rome, a few hundred people started the 'Protect Trans Youth' demonstration in support of alias careers in schools. Alias careers (i.e. the school's recognition of the transitional student's chosen name) can be acceptable if the student has, to all intents and purposes, started a transitional pathway following diagnosis and expertise, a pathway that will end with a court ruling. -the cai are really infinitesimal-. It is not acceptable [...]
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19 May 2021
Spain stops the Ley Trans. Germany as well
A great victory for Spanish feminism: the government split over the Trans Law, which introduced self-certification of gender, and the abstention of the Psoe blocked the process. A similar law was blocked in the Bundestag. After the stop to self-id in the UK, the transactivists are still in the corner. A boomerang for the Zan bill as well
With 78 votes in favour, 143 against and 120 abstentions, the process of the Ley Trans in Spain (gender self-determination) has come to a halt. This is not a definitive victory: Podemos, which proposed the law, announced it would not stop. But the party came out strongly weakened by the recent administrative vote, a débâcle after which the leader Pablo Iglesias decided to leave politics. Podemos has lost much of its contractual strength. Hardly [...]
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