Tag: sex matters
Women in Prison: a guest blog by Prof Jo Phoenix
Women in prison are not inherently vulnerable – but they are disadvantaged in multiple ways, argues Professor Jo Phoenix
WPUK’ SUBMISSION: IPSO editorial guidelines on sex and gender.
The use of “she” and “woman” to refer to biologically male offenders misleads readers in another fundamental way. It creates the impression that far more women commit crimes sexual...
Misogyny is the problem. Hate crime legislation is not the answer.
Hate crime is a hot topic these days. From the Hate Crime and Public Order Bill in Scotland, to calls for misogyny to be included in hate crime legislation...
EHRC misrepresents the law on collecting sex data
The EHRC (Equality and Human Rights Commission) misrepresents the law on collecting sex data in its statement to the Scottish Government EHRC submission to Scottish Government Sex & Data...
IPSO Consultation: Editorial standards in coverage of transgender issues
We believe that newspapers should be able to identify someone by their biological sex in stories where not do so would be nonsensical or confusing to the reader. This...
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