Labour Needs To Get Its Act Together
At what point does @Keir_Starmer acknowledge he he has made a massive misjudgement?#RespectMySex— Jane Symons (@JaneSymons1) April 2, 2022
Labour MP Rosie Duffield backs campaign to protect sex-based rights https://t.co/JmlYY32pyn via @MailOnline
Fair comment here from Jane Symons - Keir Starmer and the Labour front bench need to get their act together because their convoluted attempts to 'square the circle' in the sex versus gender are embarrassing and completely unconvincing.
Soft On Biology - Soft On The Causes Of Biology (April 01, 2022)
What is Keir Starmer going on about?
The issue is not 'sensitivity' or 'respecting other people's feelings' - the issue is:
'Can a person with a penis be a woman?'
Keir Starmer - 1 Step Forward, 2 Steps Back (March 12, 2022)
Keir Starmer made some progress for Labour in the sex versus gender debate with his belated acceptance that a woman is an 'adult human female'.
Yet the Labour leader then took two steps back by saying 'trans women' are women which is clearly not the case - otherwise why use the words 'trans women' to describe people who are biologically male.
So it's back to the drawing board for Labour and Keir who are grappling with a difficult problem, but one which won't be solved by embracing absurd policies like self-ID which are anti-science, anti-reason and anti-women.
"You Cannot Change Your Sex" (March 06, 2022)
Isn't it odd Scottish Ministers put such store in 'following the science' during the battle with Covid - yet SNP/Green politicians are arguing that we should reject science when it comes to trans issues.
Professor Robert Winston explains that people cannot change their sex - because your male or female sex is embedded in every cell in your body.
Follow the Science - Stand Up, Speak Out! (October 18, 2021)
Professor Robert Winston calls a spade a spade by explaining that people cannot change their sex - and that for speaking this simple, scientific truth he is likely to be smeared as a bigot and transphobe.
Well said, sir - and well done for speaking out!