Dear MSPs, if you vote for gender self-ID, without essential checks and balances, you’re telling women they and their needs do not matter. Don’t be that person.
Scotland's politicians, hellbent on GRA reform, will find that reality remains stubbornly real as a lesson from legislative history shows.
In an open letter to Patrick Harvie, co-leader of the Scottish Green Party, @WitchyMcWitch says his failure to call out his supporters' Trumpian behaviour is souring public discourse When did it all go so wrong? The Green Party is supposed to be the party of science. The party of tolerance. The party for left-wing, intelligent … Continue reading Scotland’s Greens lead the way in intolerance and misogyny
The [Gender Recognition Reform] Bill carries a high risk of becoming another piece of bad law, with unintended consequences which will be most damaging to women and to young people at their most vulnerable.
Here we reproduce the letter we have sent to SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell on the governing body's review of its transgender inclusion policy, due this year Dear Ian Maxwell Women Voting With Our Feet was formed in 2021 to protect and fight for the sex-based rights of women and girls. These are rights legally … Continue reading Only a game?
When the Scottish Parliament’s Equalities, Human Rights and Civic Justice Committee hears about the effect of GRA reform and gender self-ID on women’s sport today, the voices they will hear from will be male.
Sharing without comment (but you can) this reply from a current North Lanarkshire councillor to the invite to our public meeting in Motherwell last night #SoleSistersGRA #WomenWontWheesht
Women will ask: when Scottish Government Ministers have so quickly abandoned their commitment to respectful debate and MSPs charged with scrutinising gender recognition reform are so thoroughly compromised, what hope is there of a fair hearing?
We thank JK, Johann, Joan and Joanna for showing incredible solidarity and strength towards women. We salute these wonderful women today and every day.
If we cannot recognise sex, we cannot confront sexism or misogyny. Being this untethered from reality is dangerous. Only the noisy women who won't wheesht can navigate us back home.