Maya Forstater’s X bio says: “worthy of respect in a democratic society.” Continue Reading Maya Forstater worthy of respect in a democratic society.
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Welcome to the TransLucent blog. Our latest reports and investigations and occasionally some less activist fun posts.
In late May 2020, the Steph’s Place website was made ‘live’, in the hope it could bring to the British public’s attention the plight of transgender people.
It was mainly concerned about the 1% of us, who are trans, but also making room for transgender people in other countries who also suffer discrimination and sometimes persecution. At the time of launch, Steph the founder of this website could not have hoped that it would go on to see many thousands of visitors every week.
Hate has had its day. The Conservative party has marked its territory as the party of anti-LBGT (particularly T) hatred…
A brief career with GBNews I have been wondering about writing this piece for a week or two, but it…
Reply To Labour List, Labour Together and Ellie Cumbo On the 14th of September, Labourlist.Org published an article by Ellie…
The least you would expect from scientists associated with a university is to be respectful to other human beings. Sadly…
Concerns that Sunak’s attempts to block the Scottish GRA bill will cause a constitutional crisis and continue hurting trans people.
We live in a partisan Britain. A country divided more than ever. Why?
Steph’s Place has now been incorporated into TransLucent.
Labour are not working for trans people just now. Continue Reading Trans Allies and the Labour Party.
The Daily Mail & News Corp lead the pack against us. Continue Reading The UK Media Know That By Throwing Enough Mud It Sticks