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The Times view on gender self-identification: Collision Course
Colin Fisher/Alamy Live News Nicola Sturgeon’s party has found itself at the centre of a heated war of wordsIt triggered the largest rebellion within the Scotti archived copy of:

Tavistock clinic ‘putting young gay people at risk by treating them as trans’
LGB Alliance defends its charitable status at tribunal by criticising treatment at the NHS site
Protesters storm first drag queen storytime for primary school children
Mothers infiltrate library event, saying: ‘We’re here to protect children’
Doctors set out medical guidelines for trans men giving birth
Doctors have been told to offer “chestfeeding support” to men who give birth under Britain’s first medical guideline for transgender patients.The Royal College
Where does the British public stand on transgender rights in 2022? | YouGov
There has been an erosion in support for trans rights since 2018
Don’t give skeletons a gender or categorise race, woke warriors demand
Woke warriors have also insisted that archaeologists no longer categorise the race of remains as this ‘contributes to white supremacy’.
LGBT charity under fire after claiming children as young as TWO can be transgender
LGBT charity Stonewall has come under fire for claiming that children as young as two can be transgender.
Girlguiding embroiled in new trans row after promoting interview with boy, seven, who lives as a girl
Social media backlash as parents criticise ‘dangerous nonsense’ of article with parents of young person

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SNP abandons census deadline after a quarter of Scots fail to respond
Humiliating climbdown adds weight to claims that decision by Nicola Sturgeon’s government to delay the survey by a year was a major blunder
The second gender war | Maya Forstater | The Critic Magazine
At the end of 2021, the debate on sex and gender and the conflict with women’s rights feels very different, at least in the UK, from the way it felt at the end of 2019. There have been a series of…
‘Genderbread Person’ training for civil servants branded ‘unscientific nonsense’
The gingerbread-man-style diagram illustrates gender identity, sexual attraction and biological sex as sitting on a spectrum of zero to 100

BBC diversity training scheme with new group is Stonewall ‘in all but name’
Concern over broadcaster’s partnership with Involve UK, whose owner boasts online about being a ‘proud ambassador’ of the LGBT charity
Ministers kept in dark on Stonewall diversity scheme
Officials at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office signed off its membership of the Stonewall workplace diversity scheme during the summer behind min
Education ministry spent £600,000 on Stonewall schemes
Stonewall has received almost £600,000 from the Department for Education over the past five years, it was confirmed last night.The lobby group, which is facing
Equality and Human Rights Commission had ‘heavy-handed’ influence on gender questions
A human rights body has been accused of “heavy-handed” influence on guidance that will allow transgender people to self-identify in the collection of data by

The Times view on Stonewall and corporate diversity guidelines
Rex FeaturesWomen have protested against Stonewall’s influence on corporate and public policyStonewall came into being three decades ago in reaction to the pass

Stonewall ambassador: I believed in the scheme to uphold rights but we created a monster by Kate Harris

Stonewall can no longer play judge and jury
Let’s say there’s a contentious social issue. It doesn’t matter what the issue is. Assisted dying, drug reform, abortion rights — pick your poisonous divide. Le
Nolan Investigates: Stonewall - All ten podcasts transcribed • Fair Play For Women
BBC blews the lid off Stonewall and its influence on public institutions. Not got time to listen? We’ve transcribed the podcasts for you to read and share.
BBC Radio Ulster - Nolan Investigates, Nolan Investigates: Stonewall
Nolan looks at the influence Stonewall has in public institutions across the UK.

Emotional blackmail will not succeed in battle for women’s rights
TONI Giugliano links women’s rights and the extension of trans rights by claiming “you can support both” (Those who support rights of women…
SNP out of step on trans law, says poll
Only about one in eight Scots agree with Nicola Sturgeon that changing the law to let people quickly change their legal gender should be an urgent priority, acc
New book offers look trans-activism including toddlers transitioning
Helen Joyce, who is Britain editor for the Economist, was prompted to write Trans after speaking with detransitioners who compare their experience to being ‘in a cult’.
‎FiLiA: Helen Joyce on Trans on Apple Podcasts
Dr Helen Joyce, author, journalist and editor at The Economist, joins the FiLiA podcast to discuss her newly-released book Trans. An in-depth exploration of the phenomenon of gender identity theory, Helen writes about how these ideas impact our ability to speak about biological sex and what these de…
Debunking Trans ideology | Podcast | The Critic Magazine
In this episode of The Critic Podcast, Jo Bartosch is joined by Helen Joyce to talk about her new book: Trans. Bartosch and Joyce discuss the ideology of the Trans movement, the influences behind this…
Warnings that organisations’ policy could breach laws on trans rights
A row over transgender rights has prompted warnings that private and public organisations in Scotland are at risk of breaching equality laws.Stonewall promotes a “champions” scheme that helps hundreds
Human rights body leaves Stonewall diversity scheme
The Equality and Human Rights Commission says the LGTB group’s scheme is not “best value for money”.
Britain’s equalities watchdog quits Stonewall ‘woke’ workplace scheme
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has quit Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme amid claims it encourages a ‘culture of fear’ among workers who disagree with transgender policies.
MurrayBlackburnMackenzie: Greens’ commitment to enshrining Yogyakarta principles needs scrutiny
Dr Kath Murray, Lucy Hunter Blackburn and Lisa Mackenzie of MurrayBlackburnMackenzie cast a critical eye over the Yogyakarta principles. Launched last week, the Scottish Green Party manifesto sets out a commitment to “enshrining the Yogyakarta human rights principles into Scots law”, as part of its…
The trans rights that trump all | Julie Bindel and Melanie Newman | The Critic Magazine
Julie Bindel and Melanie Newman say women’s rights were not considered in legislation that allows trans people to effectively decide their own gender…
Public bodies pay thousands to join Stonewall’s LGBT ‘diversity champion’ scheme
Hundreds of employers including government agencies and police forces are paying thousands of pounds to become “diversity champions” for Stonewall.The charity, whose transgender policy was recently
Government agencies paying thousands to become ‘Diversity Champions’ for gay-rights charity
Critics claim signing up to policies set by a group lobbying to change the law on gender issues means public bodies cannot be impartial
Dentons campaigns for kids to switch gender without parental approval | RollOnFriday
Advises activists to be secretive