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Lesbian Invisibility is promoted by the census

The current census makes lesbians invisible

There is no specific question asking women if they are lesbian. Instead,  the sexual orientation question only asks are you lesbian or gay.

But even this has been compromised by the question on sex.

In our view the sex question should have been the sex observed at birth of every member of the population – sex cannot be changed it is a biological fact.

Stop the gay conversion of young lesbians into ‘transgender men’ in school education

Outside the DfE 18th June 2020

The Department for Education is allowing children from aged 4 upwards to be brainwashed by transgender propaganda. Girls are told that if they do not like ‘girly’ things, if they wear trousers and have short hair, they are really boys, born in the wrong body.

Stonewall, the DfE recommended resource, does not recognise biological sex or same sex attraction. It is flooding primary schools with cartoon videos aimed at children aged 7 upwards where girls are changed into boys and boys into girls.

In the cartoon video ‘Jamie – a Transgender Cinderella Story,’ the girl has to become a boy, in order to fall in love with the princess

This is Child Abuse
End the teaching of transgender propaganda in schools now

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Stonewall Teachers Conference July 2019

Dr Julia Long on the life changing procedures young women are subjected to when they decide to ‘transition’ gender roles and female stereotypes.

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Transgenderism And Lesbian Erasure

Talks from the LRA event held on The 22nd May 2018

Dr Julia Long

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Dr Lynne Harne

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Linda Bellos OBE

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Dovile Lapinskaite

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Declaration on Women’s Sex Based Rights

The Declaration on Women’s Sex Based Rights is a statement on the importance of keeping the current sex based definition of woman

The Declaration outlines current international laws and policies on women’s rights and how they are being threatened by organisations that are trying to change the definition of woman. It reaffirms existing women’s rights and suggests ways that states should promote and protect them. It was drafted with input from women internationally. Launching in March 2019, the Declaration is a clear call to law and policy makers to retain the sex-based biological definition of woman.