Liz’s welcome bid to protect female spaces
Liz Truss is bringing a Private Members’ Bill before Parliament this week. it would prevent under-18s accessing hormone therapy (such as puberty blockers), and prevent the state from recognising social transitioning by those under the legal age of adulthood.
it would also protect single- sex spaces (female lavatories and changing rooms etc) from being used by transgender women who have transitioned from male.
A Private Members’ Bill, which is awarded to MPs in a ballot, rarely becomes law, sadly. Yet Liz’s Bill would do much to remind voters there are still some Conservative MPs on the right of the party battling away against the worst excesses of wokery now engulfing society.
And there’s one thing we can be sure of; if Labour do win power, it will be a battle lost for the foreseeable future.
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