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Trans Goldsmiths lecturer Natacha Kennedy behind smear campaign against academics

by Lucy Bannerman A transgender lecturer orchestrated a smear campaign against academics across the UK in which universities were described as dangerous and accused of “hate crime” if they refused to accept activists’ views that biological males can be women, it can be revealed. Read More The Times Transgender lecturer ‘orchestrated blacklist campaign’ against university academics who disagreed ...

Fairplay For Women Info Library

The Fair Play For Women Library Fair Play For Women have compiled a library of information based on their analysis of the proposed Gender Recognition Act (2018) Reform. They have written extensively on key topics to provide an evidence-base for discussion. ducted our own investigations to obtain it and called for official figures to be provided ...

Why were lesbians protesting at Pride?

  Why were lesbians protesting at Pride? Because the LGBT coalition leaves women behind Misogyny doesn’t vanish at the flicker of a rainbow. The LGBT campaign group Stonewall had harsh words for the annual Pride march through London, which took place on 7 July. The parade, said Stonewall, was too white; it would not be attending this year. ...

Transgender activists and the real war on women

A dispatch from the new front line in free speech by Judith Green How hard is it for women to talk freely about sex, gender and the law? Not very, I used to think. I’d heard about a few no-platforming incidents on campuses, where speakers including Germaine Greer were blocked from appearing because of their views. ...

Even a party for women won’t take on trans lobby

By Janice Turner On Tuesday I attended a meeting on the Gender Recognition Act by a group called A Woman’s Place. The venue wasn’t announced until that morning as trans activists had disrupted previous events. But 400 women turned up on an Arctic night, galvanised by moves to allow men who self-identify as women into female ...

How transgender identity self declaration erases women’s rights

Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans Discussion of the Gender Recognition Act at the Grand Central Glasgow Hotel on Wednesday 10th January 7-10pm From the Let’s Talk About Gender Series by Venice Allan [vlt_video_link title="How transgender identity self declaration erases women's rights: Heather Brunskell Evans" url="https://youtu.be/AbstRHdU72U" css=".vc_custom_1534500851183{background-color: #ededed !important;}"]

Gender identity: What do legal changes have to do with women’s rights?

Trans activists have welcomed moves from the government to "streamline and de-medicalise the process" of changing legal gender. But some women are worried about the potential impact on their own legal rights. Today, anyone who wants to legally change their gender in the UK has to apply for a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC). Many don't though, ...