Liz Truss has backed calls from an MP with an anti-LGBTQ+ record for police to start an investigation into Mermaids after the matter was raised at Prime Minister's Questions on Thursday.
As it has been very quiet in the papers since the death of the world's largest landowner, I thought it a good idea to...
In an interview with the Sunday Times, Graham Norton said that he believes JK Rowling enjoys fighting on Twitter after comments she made to him.
Another week, another series of articles talking nonsense about trans people in the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, and Times.
The horrendous news that the memorial to transgender people was urinated on by multiple people before being irreparable damaged was not covered by any of the national newspapers in the UK
Unlike the first week of this trans media watch, which mostly centred around one story about JK Rowling, how she was the real victim...
The biggest story that got most people talking in Trans Land this week featured JK Rowling and absolutely no trans people, again.
Wickes, a hardware store, attended Brighton Pride this weekend with a stage that included signs anti-trans groups have taken umbrage to.
After anti-trans groups, some who have notably said some very awful things themselves, complained to the BBC about comments made by former MMA fighter, Fallon Fox; the BBC apologised. Just like that! No protests, months of organising or appealing ECU decisions necessary! Weird!
Mainstream media sources have focused on Halifax's decision to give its staff the option to include pronouns on their badges, at the height of a sex scandal involving the Prime Minister; Boris Johnson