Oh, happy days

Happy News at last!

Ruling limiting under-16s puberty blockers overturned

Of course though the Religious Christian right are trying to take this to Supreme Court in England and will try to get it overturn. They are also going to try and take this to court, and like in America with Roe vs Wade, they are going to try and use this to overturn Gillick in the UK. Proving again, that they are not for women or girls.

“This a complex, controversial area, yet the Court of Appeal’s ruling is very clear. It is for doctors working with families and the children themselves to decide whether that young person can truly understand the implications of taking drugs that could change the course of their life.”

For even more clarification, Keira Bell, pictured. Not only has publicly acknowledged that she still uses the men’s bathroom, but she’s also a anti-vaxxer and has come out against the COVID vaccines. Take from that what you will.

For Now Though…Happy Days!

Well Done too Scotland!

So yesterday, possibly the day before…Scotland passed a really great thing. Much to the disgusts of a lot of transphobes.

The results of Scotland’s second GRA Reform consultation have been published. A majority of organisations and groups that responded backed plans for gender self-declaration. And also Individuals support it by 55% as opposed to 40% against.

Sad thing, because of transphobic actions, David Paisley a defender of both women and the LGBT. Now he is in a position to have to leave Scotland, because of threats. Because he, like the majority of people are trans inclusive. So that for “crime” they literally doxxed him, and instead of going “Maybe we’re the baddies” They decided to make fun that they’ve run him out of a country, for his own safety.

It is interesting to note to myself though, that despite the TERFdom in Scotland, in the UK, Australia and the US. The countries that are currently being run by women, are all trans-inclusive. All are doing quiet well with COVID. So, right now, we are seeing the worst and the best of women. Which, for myself anyway, is interesting.

Well Done too Scotland though for passing the GRA for a second time (it past the first time too).