Transgender and LGBT organisations, charities and activists

Why are Health Talk and Oxford University promoting GenderGP?

Michael Biggs, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford Health Talk and the University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Primary Care are providing advertising for private healthcare provider, GenderGP, a private…

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Political slogans or clinical evidence – Stonewall or Cass?

By leaving transgender people out of their proposed conversion therapy bill, the government has angered trans activist and LGBTQ+ organisations. Allowing more time to consider the potential unintended consequences on…

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Olly Pike: the Pop’n’Olly brand of queer theory for children

There were reports in the Times and the Mail today about a new book by Olly Pike which teaches queer theory and gender identity to 8-11 year-old schoolchildren. This post…

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Diversity Mel, Pop ‘n’ Olly and the targeting of primary school children

by Shelley Charlesworth From Unicef, the global charity with a budget of over $7billion, to the single trader offering inclusive LGBT+ training, the same narratives and policies about ‘trans’ children…

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