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Proposed gender reform is ‘bad law’

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.

Only a game?

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?

Know the score

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.

The day we deserve

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

What chance of a fair hearing?

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?

Wonderful women

We thank JK, Johann, Joan and Joanna for showing incredible solidarity and strength towards women. We salute these wonderful women today and every day.

The Great Pretence

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.

Inspiring grassroots activism

I want you to know there are many women like me – quietly doing our own thing in our own communities too so you don’t feel all the pressure on your shoulders. We’ve got you!  

A letter to our MSPs

After the EHRC’s intervention on GRA reform in Scotland, we encourage everyone to write to their MSPs using the points raised by the EHRC and in this letter.

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4 thoughts on “Blog

  1. Hello ladies,

    I’m in Newcastle, south of the border obviously, but I would love to leave some of your flyers about for our local lassies to see what’s going on in Scotland and what it will mean for us all. Is there any way I could get some flyers to distribute? I’m happy to contribute to the costs.
    Jessica

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