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A team of authors with a mission to advocate for and promote the UK’s Transgender and Gender Diverse community in order to advance visibility, acceptance, legal recognition and healthcare.

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The least you would expect from scientists associated with a university is to be respectful to other human beings. Sadly that doesn’t appear to be the case with Emma Hilton, PhD. We asked Bing Chat AI, “Does Emma Hilton of the University of Manchester lecture?  The reply:- “I couldn’t find any information on whether Emma Hilton of the University of Manchester lectures. However, I found her profile on the University of Manchester website. She is a research associate in the Division of Immunology, Immunity to Infection and Respiratory Medicine. She has published several articles on various topics such as diabetes mellitus,…

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On July 6th, 2023, The Sun published an article titled, “Sick trans activists smashed up restaurant just because JK Rowling attended a Ukraine charity event there”. However, look deeper into this story, and there are serious flaws.     The reason?      Perhaps look no further than the story’s author, trans-hostile Gender Critical (GC) journalist Julie Bindel?   Wikipedia describes the GC movement as:   “Gender-critical feminism, also known as trans-exclusionary radical feminism or its acronym TERF, is an ideology or movement that opposes what it refers to as “gender ideology”, the concept of gender identity and transgender rights.”   “These views have…

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EXPOSED

As many of you will be aware, we compiled and presented a significant body of evidence to the United Nations last year to make the GANHRI, the UN’s National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) controlling body aware of the significant failings of Great Britain’s now thoroughly misnamed ‘Equality and Human Rights Commission’ (EHRC), especially in regard to their hostile activities against the transgender community in the UK. This document ran at over 60 pages, and alongside a supplemental document containing further evidence was submitted as part of the EHRC’s reaccreditation process by GANHRI, in which NHRIs are rated using an ABC…

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Translucent.Org.UK is based in Portsmouth, United Kingdom, and our focus is on the human rights of people who are transgender in our country. We are a “trans-led” award-winning organisation and have made two human rights submissions to the UN (GANHRI) in the last year. We have become aware of your direct intervention in reforming the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) in Scotland. BACKGROUND: Your letter accurately establishes how the GRA was initially formed but sadly fails to mention that the GRA has badly failed trans people in the UK. Statistics from the Ministry of Justice confirm that from 2011 to…

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Translucent.Org.UK is based in Portsmouth, United Kingdom, and our focus is on the human rights of people who are transgender in our country. We are a “trans-led” award-winning organisation and have made two human rights submissions to the UN (GANHRI) in the last year. We have become aware of your direct intervention in reforming the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) in Scotland. BACKGROUND: Your letter accurately establishes how the GRA was initially formed but sadly fails to mention that the GRA has badly failed trans people in the UK. Statistics from the Ministry of Justice confirm that from 2011 to…

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Scrabble letters making the word feminist

A discussion on how our rights have stalled – women should be angry! I am sixty this year, so, when I was asked to write an article on women’s rights, I remembered talking to my mother about television news footage showing women protesting in the streets of London. I don’t know how old I was I would guess about ten. I was a strange child! I found myself thinking about these memories and wondering how much had changed in society in regard to women’s rights. As I began my research, I found myself getting quite angry. The feminist movements of…

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