Proposed ‘Save Women’s Sports Act’ criticised for lacking support for female athletes
American professional footballer, Becky Sauerbrunn, has come out in defence of trans athletes, criticising the proposed 'Save Women's Sports Act' for lacking support for female athletes as more sports take action to restrict or exclude those who aren't cis.
Labour Policy Chief used to write for Tufton Street website
Current Labour Policy Chief under Sir Keir Starmer, Claire Ainsley, used to write for one of the right-wing organisations based at 55 Tufton Street.
LGB Alliance confirm 55 Tufton Street address
In my post about the initial Ofcom letter that revealed the LGB Alliance receive post at 55 Tufton Street, I said the obvious assumption was that somebody based at 55 Tufton Street was trying to use their considerable influence to help them get a meeting with Ofcom.
LGB Alliance get mail at 55 Tufton Street
At the heart of everything that is going wrong in Britain, lies 55 Tufton Street, so it should come as no surprise that the LGB Alliance have also found a home there.
NI LGBTQI+ youth groups face devastating cuts
LGBTQI+ youth groups in Northern Ireland are facing devastating cuts as the impact of a lack of government here, coupled with everything else that is going on in the UK, starts to bite.
Club Q shooter’s non-binary claim doesn’t stick
After appearing to initially claim to be non-binary, the suspect arrested for the Club Q shooting is now being addressed as 'he' in court.
An open letter to James O’Brien about trans people
Dear James, Perhaps you would indulge me here a little as I try to guide you on an issue you seem to be having some problems with – the ‘transgender debate’.
Keir Starmer is blowing it in his chase for right-wing votes
For the longest time, I wasn’t sure what to make of Keir Starmer. Turns out, my first impression that he seemed like a 6ft...
Green Party politician suspended over Eddie Izzard complaint
The Green Party's Alison Teal has been suspended after Eddie Izzard using the toilet annoyed her.
Club Q shooter’s dad happy he’s not gay
The aftermath of the massacre at Club Q continues to show clearly how dangerous the world has become for LGBTQ+ people.