Respect my sex to get my X
Series looking at U.K. politics pre May Elections
In the United Kingdom three organisations worked together to launch a campaign to get women’s voices heard in time for May elections. Sex Matters, Women Uniting and Women’s Rights Network.
Sex matters was set up by Maya Forstater who is responsible for the legal judgement which means Gender Critical views are protected beliefs, under U.K. Law. She was recently joined by Helen Joyce author of Trans: When Ideology meets Reality.
This is a group set up by politically active women to come together, irrespective of political affiliation, to get women’s, sex based, rights onto the political agenda. Women from Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat’s and the Green Party all agreed to set aside party political differences to campaign together.
Women’s Rights Network
WRN, is a grass roots organisation for women not active in Party politics but mad as hell about Sexual Politics.
Women’s Rights Network: Website
My series on #RespectMySex
To prepare myself for the May Elections and to accompany this campaign I am doing a series on my blog.
So far I have done seven posts relevant to voting intentions.
Who to vote for? 👈 Link to series here
Liberal Democrat’s have taken 1.4 million from the makers of Puberty Blockers?
Where does Jess Phillips (MP) really stand?
What’s with David Lammy?
Who is Anthony Watson and who is he funding?
This is the main issue for me at this point. I am not sure I can vote for any political party this year so it may mean a spoiled ballot. Still hoping to get a candidate/party who is prepared to stand up for women’s rights.