Tag: debbie hayton

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10 March 2022
Self-id is a disaster for transgender people: Debbie Hayton speaks out
One of the UK's most famous transwomen, the journalist attacks the draft law promoted by the Scottish government. She insists that this innovation would be ill-advised for T people, not just women. And she sides with JK Rowling.
For transgender people like me, the Scottish government's bill to reform the Gender Recognition Act is a disaster. If passed unamended, the bill would introduce 'self-id', wiping out the checks and balances that make the gender reassignment process trustworthy in the eyes of the public. This is not an insignificant administrative detail: allowing any man to actually call himself a woman just because he wants to is an affront to the [...]
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9 March 2021
I'm trans, I live in the UK and I'm fine: how the US media misrepresents reality
Being against trans ideology does not at all mean hating trans people or being trans exclusionary, as queers shout. Far from it. Like women, transgender people do not benefit from trans-ideology. Columnist Debbie Hayton explains this very well and definitively. Who - incidentally - is trans. Readers of the New York Times might wonder how trans people survive in the UK. On the other side of the Atlantic, the paper speaks of a hostile climate in which both the left and the right [...]
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30 December 2020
The word 'woman' is already occupied
Menstruating people': I'm sure there is a term for these people'. With these words JK Rowling waded into the most fevered debate in contemporary society. Not even Covid-19 served to dampen the furore of the discussion about transgender people. As two worldviews collided, some fundamental truths that generations before were considered unquestionable were called into question. What does it mean to be a woman? What is it to be a man? How can we differentiate between them? On the one hand there is the belief in gender identity, [...]
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