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Kate Scottow’s appeal – why did she win?

“Freedom only to speak inoffensively is not worth having” In a complex legal appeal it can be hard to ‘see the wood for the trees’. Yet it is important to understand where and how a judge went wrong. To clarify Kate Scottow’s successful appeal case of December 2020, here are some highlights from the Appeal …

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Drag Queen Story Time

Drag Queen Story Time: Child Grooming In Plain Sight? Sonia Poulton’s ground-breaking film shows how Drag Queen Story Time grooms children for abuse. The kids learn terminology very similar to adult sexual behaviour, learn to deny the evidence of their own eyes and ears (‘I’m a man, no a woman’). This is grooming for abuse. …

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Sneaking Surrogacy into Law

by Lauren Hamstead Self-interested businesses and charities want surrogacy made easier. But why has no one listened to women? Note: ‘Surrogacy commissioners’ are people seeking to obtain a baby via surrogacy, not to be confused with Law Commissions ie statutory independent government-funded bodies. OBJECT campaigns against surrogacy as one of its five key issues relating …

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A Homage To Mary Wollstonecraft

Mary Woolstonecraft an Adult Human female naked in the early morning London chill needed a t-shirt to warm her up. We OBJECT to stereotypes and gratuitous nudity in female statues Background Many women are asking why the statue of Mary Wollstonecraft is not a depiction and celebration of her lifes work and why is she …

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Surrogacy

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by Dr E.M Sandra Lee Bartky has outlined how ‘sexual objectification occurs whenever a woman’s body, body parts, or sexual functions are separated out from her person, reduced to the status of mere instruments, or regarded as if they were capable of representing her’.1 This is clear in surrogacy where a woman’s reproductive function is …

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Prostitution, Neither Sex nor Work

Like the women of Leeds Resisters who are currently undertaking a month long feminist action in Leeds, I am an abolitionist. I want to abolish the sale of women and girls to men and human trafficking. I want to abolish the trade in rape. I want laws and culture to work towards this end and …

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Holbeck: A Case Study of Hell

Holbeck is a case study of hell. It is misogyny and objectification in the legal system, a triumph of men’s rights activists. Alan Caton, the detective who led the investigation into the murders of five prostituted women in Ipswich in 2006 and subsequently led the strategy to put an end to street prostitution in Ipswich …

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All Roads Lead to Arcus

In June of this year, I published an article documenting the transfer of wealth from Stryker medical corporation profits, by its heir, Jon Stryker, to his LGBT NGO, Arcus Foundation. From Arcus Foundation this medical corporation money has been funneled through our cultural, civic, educational, medical, religious and legal institutions globally, as well as the …

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Gendered Intelligence’s online OU course taken down for review!

‘Futurelearn, the government’s online course marketing company, was offering an Open University course written by Gendered Intelligence called Understanding Gender Identity: Trans People in the Workplace. Unfortunately the content was inaccurate, unevidenced, unbalanced, out of date and in conflict with Futurelearn’s values of openness and correcting mistakes. After a detailed complaint by OBJECT, the course …

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WEBINAR – SURROGACY – OBJECT UK

WEBINAR – SURROGACY – OBJECT UK – 9 AUGUST 2020 Summary of a panel presentation given on 9 August 2020 at the Object UK webinar on surrogacy. SUMMARY OF GARY POWELL’S PRESENTATION I’ve been a gay rights activist for the past 40 years or so. I don’t buy into the Credo of the appalling homophobic, …

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