Media Watch

Trans Writes Media Watch keeps an eye on legacy publishers, mostly right-wing print as the worst culprits, to highlight the misinformation and smear campaigns being spread about trans and non-binary people.

Gender neutral toilets at The Mail and sanitary products in the men’s at The...

The Mail love nothing more than to scream about the horrors that will unfold should an establishment offer gender neutral toilets.

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.

Trans Bites: Issue 1 June 2023

Hello, and welcome to Trans Bites, the newsletter that alerts you to the big stories affecting trans people in the UK today that the UK national media don't want to tell you about.

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...

Byline Times highlight hidden LGBTQ+ homelessness crisis

Jennie Kermode's article highlights the crisis of LGBTQ+ homelessness in Scotland, with a focus on transgender challenges and the need for inclusive housing solutions.

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’.

Why representation matters: Doctor Who and the Star Beast

Exploring the impact of trans representation in Doctor Who, this article delves into the show's sensitive portrayal of transgender characters and its message of love and acceptance.

Christine Jardine stands up for Trans Rights in heated debate with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Liberal Democrat MP Christine Jardine recently demonstrated her commitment to trans rights in a heated debate with TalkRadio's Julia Hartley-Brewer. The debate was centered around the issue of trans prisoners and the treatment of trans individuals in the criminal justice system.

Moore’s discomfort with LGBTQ+ visibility reveals deeper bias, not just operational concerns

Suzanne Moore's recent column on the "Pride Pillar" at London Bridge station raises crucial questions about inclusivity and visibility in public spaces, but not...

Jeremy Clarkson asks ‘What if you’re wrong about trans people?’

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?"
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