A last-minute meeting with the Scottish Government to express our concerns about proposed GRA reform was a pointless exercise.
My message to the Scottish Government is that we are no longer accepting your failure to engage with our VALID concerns. We will not succumb to the bullying of your fly lords. We will be heard!
The sex industry is about control and people having what they want, regardless of the needs and wants of others. Supporting people into entering the “oldest profession” is simply enabling harm against them. Those being harmed are predominantly women.
Whoever you are as a lesbian, you have the right to be yourself, to claim your place as a woman who rejects male bodies and male attention, to assert your boundaries as a same-sex attracted women.
It is a privilege to be a mother, and celebrating that does not diminish anyone else's experience. The Scottish Government has no right to belittle one of humanity's most important roles.
I left absolutely buzzing and so glad I had made the effort to come. Standing with all those women who won’t wheesht was a fantastic experience.
I was at the demonstration outside the Scottish Parliament because I am deeply worried about the erosion of women's rights. It really is that simple.
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Mridhul Wadhwa’s words reveal nothing but contempt for female needs. Any frontline worker denigrating the trauma of females accessing their service should be sacked. That stands for the CEO of Edinburgh Rape Crisis.
Women always have to budge up and accept the scraps from the table of sporting federations. Tokyo 2021 should be the last time inclusion is put before equality.