Despite warnings

From the Telegraph:

Trans people should be able to self-declare their legal gender, MPs have recommended despite warnings of impact it will have on single sex spaces.

That is, on spaces women need for safety and privacy.

A new report from the Women and Equalities Committee has found that the process by which people can legally transition is “unfair and overly medicalised”.

Women and Equalities Committee shafts women.

Drop many of the requirements, the MPs say. No need to live in the bespoke gender for two years first – just go for it.

The Government has also been urged to also remove the need for a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria before a person can acquire a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC), saying that the “focus must be shifted to a system of self-declaration”.

Sure. What could possibly go wrong? Brave Tom can be Tina for the evening in the pub, do a bit of ogling and grabbing in the women’s loo, and go back to Tom on the way home.

Dr Nicola Williams and Professor Rosa Freedman pointed all this out to the Committee, but were ignored.

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