Anti-trans pressure group founder included on Queen’s honours list

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Transgender Trend reject the idea that they are an anti-trans group, despite literally being named after one of the most anti-queer tropes; “they are only lgbtqia+ because its trendy”.

In a statement posted to their website Transgender Trend said; “Transgender Trend is thrilled to announce that our founder and director, Stephanie Davies-Arai, has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to children.”

Further along they state: “Stephanie was the first person to make the link between what children were learning on social media and being taught at school with the rapid increase in the numbers of children attending the Tavistock GIDS clinic.” In reference to the largely debunked phenomenom of “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria”, which holds no scientific merit.

They continue; “Her expertise was acknowledged when she was granted permission by the High Court to intervene in the Keira Bell & Mrs A v Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust judicial review on behalf of the claimant.” In reference to a case which has caused untold harm to transgender youth; only to be over turned and denied appeal at the Supreme Court.

Stephanie Davies-Arai says this award has “vindicated the last 7 years” of her work, which in my opinion has amounted to an all-out crusade against transgender children. Many in the transgender community have referred to the group as promoting conversion therapy practices and outright child abuse.

The Royal Family are currently embroiled in their own child abuse scandal as British comedy band, Kunt and The Gang, are trying to get their song “Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty Nonce” to number 2 on the charts ahead of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. “Nonce” being a British slang term for a child abuser. The song currently sits at number 12.

Prince Andrew was accused of being involved in Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking ring by Virginia Giuffre in 2014. She alleges she was paid $15,000 to have sex with the Duke in London in 2001 when she was 17 years old and that she was trafficked to Prince Andrew two further times too.

Suffice to say, the rejected honours list is the better company to be in. Abolish the monarchy, happy platinum jubilee!

Gemma Stone
Gemma Stone is a transgender writer who has been covering the rise of transphobic hate campaigning in the UK. She has written hundreds of articles dissecting aspects of transphobia including debunking blatant disinformation. She is very tired and trying her best, and hopefully having a positive impact on such a beautiful community.

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