Welcome to Fair Play For Women
Fair Play For Women is an apolitical group of ordinary people from all walks of life who have come together to fight for women’s and girls’ rights. We are concerned that in the rush to reform transgender laws women’s voices will not be listened to. Run entirely by a team of volunteers with skills in many different disciplines, we have worked hard over the past year to bring this issue to public attention.
Women get called transphobic for simply asking questions. Women are afraid to speak out and fear for their jobs and reputation if they do. We are the voice of these women.
Introducing our spokeswoman, Dr Nicola Williams
Dr Nicola Williams is a research scientist specialising in human biology and has held a number of senior scientific positions within the pharmaceutical industry. She is now dedicated to her full-time volunteer role as a writer and speaker on reform of the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) and sex-based rights for women and children.
She is the author of a recent study on transgender prisoners, has submitted written evidence to the Prison planning inquiry conducted by Commons Justice Select Committee and was a participant in a parliamentary meeting for MPs to hear women’s views on GRA reform. She has spoken on the topic of transgender prisoners on both radio and TV and her work has featured in an article in The Sunday Times.
Dr Williams has an excellent working knowledge of the laws designed to protect women and the transgender community. She has written a series of easy-to-read articles and fact-sheets to promote awareness and understanding of the rights we have and need to build on. She also has an expert knowledge of the science and statistics used in the transgender debate and can offer a critical and informed view of the research in the field.
She is the spokeswoman for the women’s rights organisation Fair Play For Women and is available for media interviews and expert opinion to enable a balanced and informed debate.
Dr Williams has appeared on many TV and radio interviews discussing the impact of transgender policy on women and their rights, offering expert opinion to enable a balanced and informed debate.
All her TV and radio media appearances can be found here
Read why spokeswoman, Dr Nicola Williams, is fighting for women’s rights and why it matters to her.
Watch Dr Williams speaking at the ‘Let A Woman Speak’ meeting in Plymouth on 25th August 2018