A letter to Asda regarding their ‘home learning’ packs

On the 14th of June the supermarket Asda sent out an email to its customer distribution list announcing that it had partnered with the LGBT charity 'Diversity Role Models' to provide home learning packs for children. We have written to Asda to express our concerns about some of the contents of these packs: Download SSA … Continue reading A letter to Asda regarding their ‘home learning’ packs

Teenager demands that the CPS withdraw from the Stonewall ‘Diversity Champions’ Programme

Following the CPS decision to withdraw the LGBT+ Guidance the girl says she has no confidence their review can be impartial whilst they are aligned to Stonewall. Last month the CPS agreed to withdraw and review the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans+ Bullying and Hate Crime Guidance after a teenage girl sent a letter threatening legal action.  Now … Continue reading Teenager demands that the CPS withdraw from the Stonewall ‘Diversity Champions’ Programme

A detransitioner’s viewpoint | Keira Bell

This statement was written in support of SSA UK's statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office, which you can read here. Keira Bell is a young woman who was referred for puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and medical transition by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and who is now taking … Continue reading A detransitioner’s viewpoint | Keira Bell

SSA UK statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office

To write your MP about this click here. On the 22nd April Liz Truss, the minister for Women and Equalities, gave evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee, and set out her priorities for the Government Equalities Office. She explained how her department plans to respond to the consultation on the Gender Recognition Act, … Continue reading SSA UK statement on Liz Truss MP’s priorities for the Government Equalities Office

*Oxfordshire guidance withdrawn for review*

Following the threat of legal action, Oxfordshire County Council have decided that they will withdraw their trans toolkit and withdraw from the proposed judicial review. press release: OCC withdraws trans inclusion toolkit We're proud to have supported the teenage girl who was prepared to stand up and speak out against a document which disregarded her … Continue reading *Oxfordshire guidance withdrawn for review*

Council ditches trans guidance on lavatories after girl’s victory | The Times

The Times reports that Oxfordshire County Council has withdrawn its trans toolkit after the threat of legal action by a 13-year-old girl, supported by Safe Schools Alliance. Our spokeswoman Tanya Carter told the paper “We remain deeply concerned at the widespread undermining of child safeguarding and misrepresentation of the Equality Act that this case has … Continue reading Council ditches trans guidance on lavatories after girl’s victory | The Times

Schoolgirl, 13, forces council to scrap ‘transgender toilets plan’ in schools | Daily Mail

The Daily Mail reports that Oxfordshire County Council has withdrawn their trans toolkit and said it will instead follow incoming national guidance on how transgender children should be treated instead. Because the toolkit is no longer an official document, this means the judicial review can no longer go ahead. The article ends by quoting Stonewall's … Continue reading Schoolgirl, 13, forces council to scrap ‘transgender toilets plan’ in schools | Daily Mail

Girl forces U‑turn on advice to schools over trans bullying | The Times

The Times reports on the decision by the Crown Prosecution Service to withdraw their guidance for schools on LGBT Bullying, after a teenage girl started legal action against them. 'In the latest case, the girl claimed that the wide-ranging CPS guidance issued to schools at the beginning of the year meant that she could be … Continue reading Girl forces U‑turn on advice to schools over trans bullying | The Times