The GenderBread Man is coming

Dec 17, 2021 by

by Caroline ffiske, The Critic:

When the Telegraph, the Times and the Daily Mail reported last week that public sector organisations, law firms, large corporations and schools, are paying for “trans-inclusion” training from an organisation called Global Butterflies, two surprising things happened.

First, practically everyone on Twitter who comments frequently and sceptically about the ever-encroaching impact of gender ideology on our lives found they had been pre-emptively “blocked” by Global Butterflies, even though it’s an organisation most had never heard of. Second, as they looked to learn more, they discovered that Global Butterflies’ website had disappeared from public view.

These are hardly signs of an organisation willing to engage in open debate, confident that its ideas and aims will withstand public scrutiny. Like Pandora, one becomes curious. What spirits lurk behind that twitter-block? What hope for dialogue behind a disappeared website?

Global Butterflies has worked at the heart of our democracy — for the House of Commons, the Government Legal Department, the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel. Private sector clients include insurers, banks, law-firms and management consultancies: Lloyds of London, Unilever, Vodafone, Accenture… With such reputable clients, surely Global Butterflies exists to promote tolerance and inclusion? Why the twitter blocks? Why the disappeared website? Why the sceptical reporting from the mainstream press?

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