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8 January 2022
Prisons, Cartabia reform: respect the rights of trans people without making women pay the price
Possible measures include the establishment of trans wards adjacent to women's sections to avoid violence from men. But space for inclusion cannot be found by asking for a step backwards from female prisoners, who are forced to share cells with males who identify themselves as women. It happens in Canada, in California, in Scotland. And there is already an Italian case
Justice Minister Marta Cartabia has announced that she will commit the month of January to prison reform. Discussions on the text are ongoing. In this press summary the salient points. One of the issues under discussion is the question of transgender prisoners. According to the article 'there is a specific action for anti-discrimination protection for sexual orientation and gender identity. It is proposed to adopt a circular regulating homogeneous sections for transgender or self-declared persons [...].
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30 October 2021
Zan bill: calling a spade a spade
The real name of Zan's bill, blocked a few days ago in the Senate, should have been the bill on gender self-certification and not against homotransphobia. That was the real goal, the self-id, and that is why the law has stalled. Sacrificing the rightful protection of homosexual and transsexual people to the proterity of queer transactivism
A brief comment, after the filing of Zan's bill on homobi-transphobia, intended especially for the non-Italian sisters and friends who ask us to explain; and for those who, among Italians, are still unclear about what happened. More or less a year ago, Zan's bill against homobi-transphobia was approved in the Chamber of Deputies amidst general silence and inattention. At that stage the media completely obscured the debate, while the ongoing Covid wave - in Italy had not yet begun [...].
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