Posie Parker's anti-trans rally in Belfast faces larger counter-protest; group refused service in pubs due to offensive behaviour.
Here's a quick spin through some trans news that's making the headlines around the world.
Times' hypocrisy: praises testosterone patch for menopausal women, yet demonises its use for trans people. Question media's double standards.
DCW pushes for better transgender living conditions; only 76 identity certificates issued in Delhi in 3 years, despite over 4,200 trans people in 2011 census.
Rosie Duffield has so many complaints about her transphobia that Labour allegedly has an email folder dedicated to her alone. With staffers reportedly instructed...
In a recent Sunday Times column, Jeremy Clarkson discussed the prevalence of transgender issues in the news and, although he makes jokes and uses problematic language throughout the piece, he posed an important question: "What if you're wrong?"
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.
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.
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.
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.