Monthly Archives: November 2017

Whose rights matter? (& when it’s what you don’t say that can get you fired.)

The Daily Mail yesterday ran an article about a maths teacher who has been suspended for saying ‘good work, girls’ to a trans-identified girl and her friend. The bare bones of the story seem to be this: Joshua Sutcliffe (27), … Continue reading

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When is a girl not a girl?

When we hear stories of ‘trans’ children in the media we are usually struck by two things. Firstly, the photo of the cute, vulnerable child- nearly always a long-haired boy in pink and a tutu- and secondly the fierce love … Continue reading

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My first article- “A Mum’s Voyage Through Transtopia”

My daughter Jessie identified as a boy for about nine months. She was insistent and persistent and wanted to change her pronouns; register at college as a boy and visit a gender therapist. I said no. Jessie will be going … Continue reading

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