Transgender Trend advocates for a more nuanced approach to the care and support of gender non-conforming children and young people, coordinating the UK response of families, transgender people, clinicians, teachers… [and] policy makers who are worried about the unprecedented numbers of children and young people embarking on the transition pathway. Transgender Trend promotes Equality Act compliant resources for schools and children and calls for a sensible discussion and evidence-based research and scientific inquiry into the treatment of children experiencing gender confusion.
Fair Play For Women is a campaigning and consultancy group which raises awareness, provides evidence and analysis, and works to protect the rights of women and girls in the UK. They provide expert legal and scientific input to help make good policy which maintains fairness and safety for women and girls. FPFW aim to facilitate the much-needed factual discussion about the need for sex-based policies for women and to provide policy makers with the guidance they need for evidence-based policy making that is fair for all.
Woman’s Place are from a range of backgrounds including trade unions, women’s organisations, academia and the NHS. They are united by the belief that women’s hard won rights must be defended. They are against all forms of discrimination and believe in the right of everyone to live their lives free from discrimination and harassment. Women face both endemic structural and personal inequality. This is reflected, for example, in the high levels of sexual harassment and violence against women and girls. This is why sex is a protected characteristic in the Equality Act (2010) which AWPUK believe must be defended.
Bayswater Support are a group of parents in the UK and Ireland who have been brought together by their experiences of parenting children with gender dysphoria or who have declared a transgender identity.
Having looked for the best support for their children, they have found only the ‘affirmative’ approach to their new identity, backed up by affirmative environments in schools and elsewhere. They found little scope to explore the new identity as a young person’s solution to trauma or distress, as a response to the challenges of adolescence, or to understand its role within underlying mental health or developmental contexts.
Our Duty is a support group for parents of children who are trans-identified. They believe that their children are being harmed by those who tell them they can change sex.
Culture Reframed provide education and resources to build resilience and resistance to hypersexualised media and porn. They respond to the pornography crisis by providing education and support to promote healthy child and youth development, relationships, and sexuality. Their research-driven programs teach parents and those in the helping professions how to recognise and respond to the role pornography can play in sexual violence, unhealthy relationships, internet and sex addictions, negative self-image, sexual dysfunction, depression, sexually transmitted infections, injuries, and other issues.
The National Education Union stands up for the future of education by bringing together more than 450,000 teachers, lecturers, support staff and leaders working in maintained and independent schools and colleges across the UK. The results of UK Feminista and NEU’s groundbreaking study are clear: schools, education bodies and Government must take urgent action to tackle sexism in schools. “It’s just everywhere” is a study on sexism in schools and how we tackle it.
The Pique Resilience Project are four detransitioned and desisted young women with the goal of sharing their stories and providing information on detransition, as well as support for those who may be questioning their gender or identity.
The Trans Train is a Swedish documentary with English subtitles. Description: the increase of teenage girls with gender dysphoria worry parents and health care staff in several countries – because of the lack of research on the new group of patients. What if the irreversible decision to undergo a gender correction is a mistake?