Skip to comments."Stay away from Ireland," British anti-trans feminists told
Posted on 01/23/2018 1:32:11 PM PST by Olog-hai
Irish feminists have hit out at a group of British trans-exclusionary radical feminists (TERFs) who have organized a meeting in Ireland as part of their campaign to oppose Britains proposed Gender Recognition Act (GRA).
The proposed GRA would end the requirement that trans people obtain a doctors diagnosis before they can officially change their gender. In 2015, Ireland passed a similar act that allows self-identification namely, gives an individual the right to change their gender and apply for a new birth certificate without medical treatment.
At the time, Ireland was hailed by Human Rights Watch as a global transgender leader, but as the British Government considers whether to pass similar legislation, TERFs have decried what they view as the abolition of gender.
The We Need To Talk tour has organized meetings opposing the GRA in four British cities, and a further event next month in Dublin is being publicized where guest speakers will discuss abortion, gender and other feminist issues.
A number of Irish feminists have penned an open letter to the group which touches on trans rights and Irelands experience of colonialism.
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The Left will eat itself.
Feminist on feminist hate is my favorite kind of hate...
Not before eating everyone else, though.
Ireland and England disputes used to be about Catholic and Protestant differences
Now they argue over their new religion, post-modernism.
How did Ireland go from one of the most conservative catholic country to a cesspool in such a short time?
European Union influence.
Good, maybe they’ll leave the rest of us alone.
Now we have proof that fake women > real women in their pyramid of victims.
The Catholic didn’t do itself any favours covering up all that child abuse that their priests and nuns are now known to have perpetrated. Its cost them a lot of respect that people used to hold for it.
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