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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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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‘Conversion Therapy’ & Gender Identity Survey: an analysis by Michael Biggs

Recently a group of organisations who promote the idea of "gender identity conversion therapy" conducted a survey and produced a report. The report contains a caveat: "The data should be…

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The new Department for Education RSE guidance: what should schools look out for?

The new Department for Education guidance on the teaching of Relationships and Sex Education re-establishes common-sense and evidence-based reality in schools. Although the new guidelines are for the RSE and…

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