To whomever it may concern: RE: My Gender Identity Your gender identity isn’t the same as mine. Please respect this important piece of information. It is an objective fact. Whatever yours is, I can guarantee that it isn’t the same as mine. If gender identity is now the
Fair Play For Women has written a series of articles on the important topic of the legal rights available to transgender people and to biological women. How the rights of these two groups interact is crucial to an informed debate on GRA reform. We are also producing a series of
It’s early morning. It’s dark outside. I’m bleary-eyed and sitting with a strong coffee in my favourite mug trying to wake up! I had a phone call late last night asking me to speak on the Nick Ferrari Breakfast show on LBC radio. I will be giving my views
It appears that the Labour Party in the UK have unofficially and undemocratically decided, without consulting party members or having any sort of vote, that anyone can self-define as a woman (note: not as men) and therefore apply for all-women shortlists, at least in under-25 categories so far –
Deep pre-release discount! The new book, ‘Transgender Children and Young People – Born in Your Own Body’ is proving so popular that increased print runs have led to cost savings. Get an even lower price with our coupon! 11 very diverse and highly qualified authors argue that today’s medical and social trend for transgendering children is not liberal and progressive, but politically reactionary, physically and psychologically dangerous and abusive.
Each of us has our own character and talents. Our character, abilities and actions form our identity. In general, we find that some quirks – like a forceful attitude or delicate movements – come with one sex more than the other. But this is not a hard & fast rule: we all know people with ‘other gender’ qualities. And we each have some of those ourselves! It signifies nothing about being the wrong sex or gender. Every human’s both masculine and feminine – and unique.
Kay Green explains why she says she’s a transgender woman. Branded a rebel as a girl, Kay never managed to be the kind of young woman other people wanted her to be. She soon realised the real problem was gender, but struggled to find her place. Now aware of her autistic traits and loving her life, she says the women’s movement needs to explain to gender-divergent men and women that you can’t change sex but can change your gender.