Posts Tagged ‘ Trans cult ’

Ultimately harmful to her cause

Jun 25th, 2019 11:17 am | By

Ignore this important book by Caroline Criado-Perez because she is, always please remember, a TERF. It doesn’t matter how important the book is, what matters is terfitude. Failure to center trans people in everything is worse than genocide. It’s the worst worst thing of all time, bar none.

Also the subject couldn’t possibly be what the author says it is, it has to be a sinister (however invisible) point about trans people.… Read the rest

Non-responsive boilerplate wibble

Jun 24th, 2019 11:41 am | By

Remember that dopy letter last week full of empty platitudes about being inclusive and supportive, and extra special vulnerability and respect for gender identity? The one by and for and to academics – people whose job it is (or should be) to say things clearly? Now there’s a followup article saying Y We Did It and you’ll be astonished to learn it’s the same empty platitudes all over again.

On 16 June, a letter from 34 academics to The Sunday Times argued that university policies to include trans and gender diverse people, in particular the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme,

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Mermaids wants more of it, much faster

Jun 15th, 2019 3:31 pm | By

Susie Green of Mermaids accidentally posted a bunch of highly personal emails online.

Andrew Gilligan in the Times:

Many of the emails, written between 2016 and 2017, included the full names of the parents and children, pre- and post-transition, along with telephone numbers and intimate details of treatment and care. They were sent in confidence by the parents, or forwarded by other agencies, to Susie Green, chief executive of Mermaids, the high-profile transgender children’s support group.

The messages could be found through a simple online search until Friday, when Mermaids removed them after being contacted by this newspaper.

Alongside the client emails were hundreds of often revealing internal ones showing trustees’ concerns about Green’s leadership, accusations from parents

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