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The Trans Agenda #27 – Labour Justice Secretary backs JK Rowling

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The Trans Agenda #26 Cass backtracks

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The Trans Agenda #25 Cass dismissed globally as US anti-trans laws fail

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Kathleen Stock in the Times

The Trans Agenda #24 – Cass fightback begins and the bigots don’t like it

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The Trans Agenda #23 – Relentless attacks on trans people dominates all media

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The Cass Review: A government-sanctioned attack on trans lives

The Cass Review faces condemnation for its biased approach, exclusion of trans voices, and potential harm to trans youth.

The Trans Agenda #22 – 4 days, 3 papers, 20 anti-trans articles

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The Trans Agenda #21 – 3 papers, 5 days, 35 anti-trans articles

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New puberty blocker prescriptions from NHS England have been halted. Picture shows an NHS Health Centre in the United Kingdom.

NHS & puberty blockers: Former GIDS patients reflect on long wait times, invasive assessments

Earlier this month, NHS England confirmed its plans to end the ‘routine’ prescription of puberty blockers to trans kids. To most former GIDS patients, the idea that the use of puberty blockers was ever routine is laughable.
St John Ambulance tells job applicants to share their chosen pronouns Daily Mail29 Mar 2024By Alex Ward Social Affairs Correspondent ST JOHN Ambulance has been accused of ‘hostility’ towards job applicants after it emerged staff were being urged to share their pronouns when applying for posts internally. The candidate centre for the charity’s internally advertised jobs requested staff ‘share their pronouns’ in the application process. For those who decline, the website offers a prompt asking ‘if you would like to reconsider’. If a candidate still doesn’t want to list them, they are asked to ‘tell us why you do not wish to share your pronouns’. The prompt is accompanied by a message: ‘Pronouns are something everyone has; they are words like he, she or they, which you want people to use when referring to you. At St John Ambulance, we do not assume or guess what someone’s pronouns are based on their name or appearance. ‘Giving your pronouns below helps the people who look at your application show their respect for you and others. ‘St John Ambulance wants everyone to feel included.’ Helen Joyce, of human rights campaign group Sex Matters, said: ‘This feels like an opportunistic way to “educate” unsuspecting people that socalled gender identity matters more than sex, and toes close to the line in terms of compelled belief. ‘It is comparable to asking an applicant to state their religious beliefs and if they chose not to answer, attempting to convince them of the merits of faith while urging them to reconsider. ‘The message is both patronising and hostile to applicants who hold gender-critical views, which polls suggest is the vast majority of the UK population, and is totally unsuitable as part of any recruitment process.’ St John Ambulance said: ‘As an organisation, it’s important to us to promote the correct usage of pronouns as part of being as inclusive as possible. We try to create opportunities for people to share their correct pronouns where we can.’ It came as it was reported that NHS staff were set to be asked if they identified as ‘greyromantic’, ‘abrosexual’ or as ‘endosex’ in a survey which was not signed off by bosses. The woke questionnaire aimed at LGBT staff sought information about health workers’ ‘current sex’ and what ‘umbrella would your romantic orientation fall under’. Details of the poll were leaked to The Daily Telegraph. Writer Kathleen Stock, who is a codirector of The Lesbian Project, said it was a ‘bats*** survey’. LGB Alliance chief executive Kate Barker said it was ‘infantile, meaningless, and insulting’. She added: ‘This kind of nonsense is a perfect example of why LGB people want to organise on the basis of sexuality, not identity.’ An NHS England spokesman said: ‘This is not an NHS England-approved survey.’ ‘Patronising and hostile’ Article Name:St John Ambulance tells job applicants to share their chosen pronouns Publication:Daily Mail Author:By Alex Ward Social Affairs Correspondent Start Page:17 End Page:17

The Trans Agenda #20 Legal loser tries again as GCs attack St Johns ambulance

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