Trans women should not have to reduce testosterone, say new IOC guidelines

Nov 18, 2021 by

by Sean Ingle, Guardian: Transgender women should no longer be required to reduce their testosterone levels to compete in the women’s sport category, new International Olympic Committee guidelines have suggested. The new IOC framework, which replaces its 2015 guidelines, also concludes there should be no presumption that trans women have an automatic advantage over natal women – a controversial view that reverses the IOC’s previous position. However the IOC says ultimately it is up to...

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Redlisted

Nov 16, 2021 by

By Jordan Tyldesley, The Critic: The browser extension “Shinigami Eyes” colour codes names on the wrong side of history: This week I had the audacity to suggest on Twitter that antisemitism remains a problem within some on the Left, and it led me down an extraordinary and terrifying rabbit-hole. Welcome to the online world of Shinigami Eyes. I received a notification from one Twitter user alerting another to the fact that “Shinigami Eyes shows [me] as a transphobe”’ with a link to the webpage...

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Home Office chiefs spark anger after ordering staff to celebrate ‘Transgender Parents Day’

Nov 15, 2021 by

by Sanchez Manning, Mailonline: Home Office chiefs have sparked anger by sending out an email reminding staff to celebrate Transgender Parents Day. Shocked workers were informed that November 7 was the day ‘we celebrate all parents of transgender children’ – an event first marked in 2009 in the US as an alternative to the traditional Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. The lengthy email, sent across the Government department’s computer system on November 5, also included a personal account by a...

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Transwomen may have a right to be pregnant, argue bioethicists

Nov 14, 2021 by

by Michael Cook, BioEdge: Do transgender women (ie, natal males) have a right to experience pregnancy? Two Italian doctors from the University of Rome Sapienza argue in Acta Biomedica that technology is advancing so fast that we need to confront this question. At the moment uterine transplants (UTx) are rare and often unsuccessful. But as surgeons improve their techniques, it may be possible for a natal male to give birth. “Such an option will mark a point where the set of moral and ethical...

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How trans ideology took over Scottish schools

Nov 13, 2021 by

by Stuart Waiton, spiked: The Scottish government says that even young children must have their chosen gender identity affirmed. Many will have been shocked to see boys and male teachers turn up to Castleview Primary School in Edinburgh wearing skirts last Thursday. ‘Boys as young as three will take part in the gesture in order to “promote equality”’, reported the Daily Mail. In truth, an initiative like ‘Wear a Skirt to School Day’ is a logical expression of the Scottish education system’s...

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Parents sue Florida school district over colluding with daughter to change her gender identity

Nov 13, 2021 by

By Ryan Foley, Christian Post: Parents in Leon County, Florida, are suing the school district for holding a meeting with their teenage daughter about her chosen gender identity without their knowledge or consent. The parents have warned that the district’s LGBT policies create a “wedge” between students and their parents. January and Jeffrey Littlejohn filed a lawsuit against the school board, Superintendent of Schools Rocky Hanna and Assistant Superintendent, Equity Officer and Title IX...

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