Stone Law Project

Stonewall and The Good Law Project are really determined to make sure women have no rights that would trump the invented “rights” of men to invade all our spaces, take all our prizes and jobs, destroy our sports, and bully us into silence.

Britain’s human rights watchdog faces a legal challenge to its status over a row about transgender rights.

A row over “rights” that aren’t “rights” at all.

In documents shared exclusively with the BBC, campaigners say they want the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s status as an independent group revoked. It comes after the EHRC was criticised for asking Scotland to pause its plans to make it easier for people to change their sex on their birth certificate.

But hey guess what: there are problems with forcing everyone to pretend that men are women if they say they are. Quite a few problems.

LGBT charity Stonewall, backed by the Good Law Project, has drawn up a submission to the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, calling for the EHRC to lose its “A rating”.

This would prevent it from being able to make representations at the UN Human Rights Council, or its committees on human rights.

Jolyon Maugham is shockingly determined to destroy women’s rights once and for all.

Jolyon Maugham, of The Good Law Project, told BBC News: “The EHRC is subject to a level of oversight and micro-management from the department which is just not consistent with being a UN Human Rights Institution.”

Jolyon Maugham suffers from a level of misogyny which is just not consistent with labeling himself Good.

Nancy Kelley, CEO of Stonewall, told the BBC she believed there was “credible evidence” that the EHRC no longer met the criteria of a national human rights institution.

Nancy Kelley is happy to see women’s rights ground to powder.

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