Transgender

Lesbian Pride Manchester 2018

OBJECT and The Society for the Preservation of Accurate Pride Heritage provided a pro-lesbian presence at Manchester Pride parade 2018. We OBJECT to lesbian erasure and to the threats and harms of ‘transgender’ ideology on the lesbian community. We support the right of lesbians to accurately define themselves as biologically female homosexuals.

WE’VE GOT THE ‘L’ OUT. LESBIAN IS NOW SPELLED ‘G-A-Y’.

0BJECT attended Brighton Pride 2018 to protest against lesbian erasure. We believe that the so-called ‘LGBT’ movement does not represent or support the interests of lesbians, hence the requirement to ‘Get The ‘L’ Out.’ A man at Brighton Pride shouted down a megaphone that ‘lesbian’ is now spelled ‘G-A-Y’. We OBJECT.

Not a Choice; Not a Job

The notion of ‘changing sex’ (aka ‘transgenderism’) is being promoted to children and young people as if being a woman were a choice; as if having a so-called ‘sex change’ were as simple as changing jobs.  We OBJECT.

Yogyakarta Principles: International Threat to Women’s Rights

This article mainly summarises the key points made in a speech by Sheila Jeffreys (entitled “Enforcing Men’s Sexual Rights in International Human Rights Law”) at Venice Allan’s We Need To Talk event, ‘Inconvenient Women’, held in London on June 13th 2018.  Read a full transcript here. The Yogyakarta Principles were originally produced in a meeting …

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‘TERF WARS’ WORKSHOP

Members of OBJECT covertly attended an event called ‘TERF WARS,’ held at the ‘Freedom Press Bookshop’ in East London. Speakers vilified feminists who challenge ‘transgender’ ideology, proclaiming that “TERFs are like mould; they smell and they spread.”

Born in the wrong body?

Relationship therapist and coach Caroline Franssen describes possible reasons for why someone may feel that they were ‘born in the wrong body’ and desire to ‘change sex’. She advises exploring these issues in depth before considering life-changing surgery and medicalisation.