The legal rights of transgender people and biological women

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 factsheets to promote awareness. We need to know our rights if we want to defend them. This list of articles and factsheets will be regularly updated.

 

List of articles:

Sex self-ID and what it means for privacy, safety and fairness for women.

Trans rights do not exist in isolation: We must balance the rights of all – all you need to know here

Government says GRA reforms will not be at the expense of women’s rights: A self-ID system must now be ruled out.

Advancing transgender rights: what is it reasonable for a society to do?

The Gender Recognition Act – What does it means for women?

The Equality Act – a woman’s right to single-sex spaces and services

Transgender rights: How did we get here? Part 1: Equality Law

Transgender rights: How did we get here? Part 2: Changing legal sex

The Scottish Bill That Stole The Word Woman

Guide to the Scottish consultation to reform of the Gender Recognition Act

Guidelines supporting single-sex sport policy development

Sport may be human right but the spirit of fair play must prevail.

 

Factsheets

Step-by-Step guide to reform of the Gender Recognition Act

FACTSHEET: A woman’s legal right to seek refuge in a biologically female-only space

FACTSHEET: UK Equality law and the single-sex exemptions