The Sunday Telegraph love their anti-trans content and this week they’ve produced four pieces from Ewan Somerville, David Spencer, Edward Malnick and, of course, Hayley Dixon as usual.
First up on the Sunday Telegraph‘s page of trans hate, we have books designed to make trans kids feel less isolated being a massive danger
It quotes only cis people.
Next, we have Hayley Dixon warning that doctors are ‘promoting transgender surgery with TikTok videos’
Again, just more cis people complaining and blowing things out of all proportion.
Take this paragraph, for instance – “In one video, they show their surgery dates while a backing soundtrack plays: “I wish that I could be like the cool kids”. The clinic said last night these are dates for all surgeries, not just trans patients.”
If you want to know where this story has come from, the clue is in the paragraph that follows. “The clips were found in an analysis by the LGB Alliance into the influence ‘Interacting with a few gay-friendly videos quickly sends people into the rabbit hole of “queer TikTok”’”
Malnick’s article is headlined “UN Blocks Stonewall move on rights group.
It begins, “The United Nations has rejected an attempt led by Stonewall to downgrade Britain’s equality watchdog to the status of equivalent bodies in Azerbaijan and Bahrain.
“The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) will retain its “A” status despite allegations that it is failing to sufficiently protect the rights of transgender people.”
You don’t need me to go into why the EHRC is so problematic for trans people, especially when they are standing with anti-trans groups in Scotland in opposition to Gender Recognition Reform.
Imagine being a GC, looking at these two lists and still thinking you're on the right side. pic.twitter.com/Ijy4SH74Hl
— Lee Hurley (@WeeMelter) October 10, 2022
All three of these articles were on one Sunday Telegraph page.
Finally, we come to David Spencer’s piece which tells us all that ‘Public faith in the woke police is evaporating’.
Mr Spencer, here, doesn’t believe the police should be “indulging in Twitter spats or handing out trans T-shirts until every single wanted criminal is in prison.”
You’ll no doubt be delighted to know that Spencer “is head of crime and policing at Policy Exchange and a former detective chief inspector.”
I want to know where I can get my free trans tshirt.
You can see what nonsense was going on in the Mail on Sunday this weekend here.