Tag: Stonewall

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23 May 2021
UK, Equality and Human Rights Commission closes Stonewall's relations with LGBT people
Human rights apply to everyone, not just LGBT people, starting with freedom of speech: the Equality Commission breaks with Stonewall and says no more censorship and single-mindedness. Another blow to transcult in Britain
In a letter to Sex Matters, Kishwer Falkner, chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), the UK's equal opportunities watchdog, said it had ended its relationship with Stonewall, the largest LGBT organisation. "As a publicly funded organisation, we have to make sure we make the best choices about our budget and we have recently reviewed all our agreements," said Falkner. For many years Stonewall has strongly influenced [...]
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30 March 2021
No more censorship in universities! Gender-critical prof fighting for freedom of speech
"There is an obstinacy in me that does not tolerate being intimidated by the will of others. My courage rises at every attempt to frighten me'. Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice, 1813 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- An earthquake is shaking Anglo-Saxon universities. It is being provoked by gender critical female professors who are denouncing, risking their careers, the loss of academic freedom and the intimidating climate in discussing sex, gender and gender identity. 'The gender identity movement is erasing people's freedom of speech and academic freedom for anyone [...].
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3 March 2021
Britain, Lgbtq+ against women: stop public funding for anti-violence homes because they 'do not include' men
In Great Britain, despite the increase of domestic violence during the lockdown -one feminicide every 3 days, the same average as in Italy- two shelters for battered women were dismantled because they were not 'gender neutral' enough. Brighton City Council told Rise that despite 25 years of shelter and despite being trans-inclusive, it remains 'much more accessible to women'. In order to include "both heterosexual and gay male survivors" council services will have to become "gender-neutral". In the [...]
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24 January 2021
Tavistock Clinic horrors: psychiatrist David Bell breaks silence
For 24 years psychiatrist David Bell, former president of the British Psychoanalityc Society, was a manager at the Tavistock Clinic in London. In 2018 he compiled an internal report detailing the concerns of many clinic doctors about the way the Gender Identity Development Service treated young patients, girls and boys with gender dysphoria. That report cost him disciplinary action, which was followed by his resignation. Bell for the [...]
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28 December 2020
2020: a historic year for gender-critical feminism
2020 saw many victories of common sense over trans madness. (...) Most people will agree that 2020 has been a lousy year, but for those of us on the frontline of the 'TERF wars' there have been huge gains against joyless gender fascists. It seems that the green shoots of reason are finally visible. In late 2019, JK Rowling tweeted her support for Maya Forstater, [...]
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