Thread from October 14th 2022 on problems with using "woman"/"women": Where did this initiative originate which is included in a heavily redacted set of minutes of the CervicalCheck Clinical
Thread from 13th October 2022 Watch “Trans Rights In Ireland With Sara Philips” on #Vimeo https://vimeo.com/749200075 from the Shine Festival yesterday. [email protected] why was this talk considered
Thread from 2nd October 2022 "If you are unable to buy a binder because of money issues or you don’t have a form of payment to use online, you
Thread from September 17th 2022 re WPATH which has just released its 8th "standards of care" and an Irish connection: The former Health and Education Manager of TENI, Vanessa Lacey,
In 2014 an Irish study found 73% of those with gender dysphoria were men. More than twice as many referrals to the failed Tavistock GIDS from Ireland were girls. Why is the Government not insisting on an immediate enquiry before the HSE refers more children out of the country?
Thread from July 29th 2022 Service which Irish children as young as five have been referred to since 2009 is being shut down early next year over safety concerns. 1/
Thread from 12th June 2022 “Every employee should have the right to use the bathroom/changing facility which aligns with their gender identity regardless of the sex they were assigned
If, in fact, gender is a 'social construct' and gender identity then is a personal sense or idea of who you are, then why would any medical treatments ever be necessary? Social constructs don't need medical treatment.
234 referrals of Irish children to date to the UK's NHS Tavistock and Portman Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) for assessment. Yet Prof Donal O'Shea warns "'The assessments we have seen on children were vague and not fit for purpose but facilitated starting treatment.'"
Why have gender identity lobbyists been influencing the Central Statistics Office regarding Census 2022? Those who say they feel "uncomfortable" at acknowledging their sex have been allowed tick both boxes and where the response is not clearly indicated, a sex "will be assigned at random."
Today is the deadline set by the HSE for TENI, the Transgender Equality Network Ireland, to file its overdue accounts which are late for the third year in a row. Why too have other funders withheld monies from TENI?
Including men in events for International Women's Day is inappropriate and yet another attempt at trying to groom society into accepting gender identity ideology.
TENI receives more than four times as much Government funding per head of population than Stonewall receives from the UK government. Despite this TENI is late in filing its audited accounts for the third year in a row.
Why should women and girls be expected to have fully intact males, who claim to have an undefinable "gender identity", in our private spaces?
What consideration was given to the rights and needs of girls in Irish Girl Guides before the policy on boys who identify as girls and want to join the organisation was adopted? This policy includes guidance on overnight sleeping arrangements and toilets and says nothing of the rights of girls.
If our equality legislation is amended to include "gender identity" it may effectively abolish women's and girl's right to single-sex provision of services or spaces. Why should the demands of some men override the rights of women and girls?
TENI has been having difficulty filing its accounts on time yet its chairperson is treasurer of the Steering Committee of the New York based International Trans Fund which resources trans movements worldwide
Why were TENI, the Transgender Equality Network of Ireland, involved in discussing with the HSE's National Screening Service the type of language to be used in CervicalCheck information which is intended to reach as many women as possible in order to protect our lives and health?