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...
GIDS interim service specifications: WPUK submission to NHS England
We broadly welcome the proposed NHS England’s direction of travel towards evidence-based trauma informed care for children and young people.
Women’s prisons and male transgender prisoners*
The ruling handed down in FDJ v SSJ in the High Court of Justice last week is further proof, were it needed, that UK law does not work for...
Statement by the Spanish Socialist Party on Sex-Based Rights and “Theories Which Erase Women”
NOTE: This is a translation of a statement by the Spanish Socialist Party. The definitions used in the piece do not necessarily align with those used by this campaign...
Dear Zarah Sultana: an open letter
On 5th June Zarah Sultana, MP for Coventry South, tweeted screenshots of a letter she had written to Liz Truss MP. In that letter, Ms Sultana wrote about “attempts...
Sex-based discrimination: an interview with British Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies
This article is part of a series of interviews featuring international perspectives on the ramifications of the concept of ‘gender identity’ within public policy. We are grateful to all...
One Possibility: Susan Matthews at A Woman’s Place is at the lectern
Susan Matthews is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University. Susan Matthews writes for Transgender Trend and has contributed to two edited collections on the transgender child. She...
Freedom of speech: Allison Bailey introduces A Woman’s Place is at the lectern
Allison Bailey is a criminal defence barrister at Garden Court Chambers, London. She has nearly 20 years experience defending in cases of serious violence and complex organised crime. Allison...
Misogyny in action: a rebuttal of statement by Trans Action Oxford
On 17th October 2019, Trans Action Oxford published an open letter attacking Woman’s Place UK and our forthcoming event, A Woman’s Place is at the lectern. This statement is...
Sex and gender: the law in the USA
Elizabeth Hungerford is a licensed, though non practicing, attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She identifies as a feminist, lives as a lesbian, is a longtime observer and sometime...
I am not your enemy: let’s talk
This is the text of the speech Dani Ahrens gave at the Woman’s Place UK fringe meeting at Labour Party conference in Brighton on 23rd September 2019. It was...
International Voices on Gender Identity: ‘Women by Decree’ with Laura Lecuona
The conversation continues during this exciting Summer of Gender here in the Dominican Republic. We’re still in summer, right? Even if we are not, I am certain that these...
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