A follow up article to the widely read article ABUSE BY GASLIGHT. this time from guest writer Sally Hughes.


This essay follows on from my previous one – Abuse by Gaslight.  

I didn’t think it was my place to put forward the following legal speculation, but on reading the most recent pile on against Joanna Cherry QC MP…. And reading such logic inversing statements from her opponents, such as, ‘Putting trans people in therapy to try to get them to “feel comfortable in their birth sex” is conversion therapy. Anyone advocating this position is attempting to justify conversion therapy and undermine a conversion therapy ban’, then I thought, well why not.

So, I was wondering if life altering amputation surgery on children, or sterilising drugs such as puberty blockers, and opposite sex hormones, might go beyond questions of medical ethics, and trespass firmly into the arena of criminal child abuse.

And this is where my wonderings took me.  I’m paraphrasing legislation by the way, if you’re in need of proper legal advice, this is not it.  And you should seek properly qualified advice.  It is, as I say, speculation on my part.

The Female Genital Mutilation Act 2005 (Scotland) makes it a Criminal Offence, for any person to mutilate the genitals of a female under the age of 18.

It specifies 2 surgical methods by which this can be done, and also, states, ‘by any other means’.

Legal Surgery can only be done by qualified medics, and for legitimate ‘necessary’ health reasons.  Religious or ideological reasons are explicitly excluded, even if held by the child concerned.

Currently the legal medical definition of ‘necessary’ would appear to be in doubt, with some supporting and providing ‘watchful waiting’, accompanied by counselling, and others going full steam ahead with breast amputations, sterilisation drugs otherwise known as puberty blockers and opposite sex hormones.

Further to this, the British Medical Association (which it is worth remembering is an investigative and prosecuting agency) – instruct, that ANY medical staff (and this is important, because it widens the field to include nurses, and not just doctors/surgeons), have a MANDATORY duty to report any such suspected incidents, to Police, as soon as possible, and in any event unlikely to be justified in more than a day.  It is deemed to be, under their definition, a form of ‘child abuse’.

And this is key.   I think possibly highly important, because it is not within the remit of the British Medical Association to investigate, or make rulings upon Child Abuse.  That responsibility lies with the Police, the Procurator Fiscal and the Courts, and Child Abuse is not constrained by statutory legal definition.

Legally (both in civil law, and criminal) there are many examples of child abuse, but there is no prescriptive definition. Sadly because, those who abuse children, will always invent new ways.

And it’s important because puberty blockers, have a detrimental effect on the normal development of genitals, in both males and females…. A mutilation if you like.  

A male child of 11 who is prescribed puberty blockers, will not have normal development of their genitals.  So much so, that if, in later years they decide on full male to female gender surgery, their penis will still be the size it was at age 11 and there will be insufficient for the surgeon to work with for that procedure.

Since the legal precedent and statutory law exists that it is deemed to be ‘child abuse’ in the case of a female… then I don’t see it being anything other than ‘child abuse’ in the case of a boy, even though specific legislation has not yet been written for male children.

And if cutting off, or mutilating the genitals of a child is deemed to be ‘child abuse’… then amputating the healthy breasts off a female under the age of 18, is almost certainly child abuse too.

I know that there are many in the health service, Doctors and Nurses, deeply concerned about these treatments.  Professionals who have very little confidence that if they voice their concerns to rainbow/pronoun management, that their unions will provide them with the legal employment protection they contribute towards.

It might be possible that the above line of thought, provides a legal pathway, by which they can report the matter, and have it investigated, thoroughly, at a criminal level, by an organisation other than their employers.

Much of the above hinges on the medical definition of ‘necessary’.  If I were in this type of surgical business, I’d be making extremely sure, that all counselling and talk therapies, including assessment on the Autistic scale to ascertain understanding, were undertaken, prior to wielding the scalpel or the ‘script.  

It should be noted that it would not be a requirement for the medical staff reporting, to investigate the ins and outs of ‘medically necessary’, that would be the responsibility of the Police – the person reporting would have a duty to report from the moment they have ‘reasonable cause to suspect’.

As things stand at present, the above line of thinking is hypothetical.

But sometimes, it is easy to recognise a wrong, and really difficult to find the appropriate language and route by which to report it effectively.

Perhaps the above type of speculation might just start one pathway to making that easier.  

What would become clear, documented and officially recorded, is the name of the Consultant who states to Police, that the medical procedures were indeed ‘medically necessary.’   And equally clear, if that same Consultant was the one prescribing the treatment, then Police would have a statutory duty, to investigate further, and not just take the word of their number one suspect at face value.

That is not a situation Consultants like to be put in, and it’s not a position they take lightly, as they become the first point of contact with regards possible legal remedial action.  

Documented and published diagnostic protocol with regards the medical definition of ‘necessary’ in this treatment context would likely be achieved as a matter of professional urgency.  

And that folks, would be no bad thing for everyone.

So that’s my tuppence worth for now folks… it’s not quite up there with gender woke type statements – ‘no-one knows why men are men and women are women, and anyone who says they do is a liar’, but hopefully it’s a lot more logical.


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29 thoughts on “SURGICAL CHILD ABUSE

  1. Excellent points. i think a lot of the “progressive” actions of Sturgeons administration are abusive and arguably illegal. The Child Guardians proposal was an open, unsupervised door to abusers and was found to break the law by the Supreme Court, In that court the concern was the entitled and slack approach to highly confidential data but in the ECJ the right to a private family life would be the focus. The right to private family life is again under fire with Somevilles guidance to schools where a very young child can be coerced into this mutilating trans path without their parents even being aware. This is a major issue – potentially life changing and mutilating. Hormone treatments have a significant multiplier effect on suicides. This woke SG is acting as an unlawful abuser – again. Sturgeon and her facilitators belong in jail. i very much hope they end up there. Perhaps a class action by concerned parents could put them there – the children that have suffered on this path should have justice.

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  2. “Necessary”?
    My definition in this instance, as a medical layman would be ‘the ONLY available course of action to treat a condition presenting an IMMEDIATE and DIRECT threat to life’.

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    1. Would this situation not be covered by the admonition. ‘First, do no harm’ which , I think, is part of the Hippocratic Oath that all doctors are supposed to adhere to?

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      1. The link below is to an academic pdf in which the “First do no harm” issue is referred to. It was written in 2016, so that needs borne in mind regarding historical detail (for example, Zucker was eventually re-instated). Nonetheless, the discussion as such no doubt still of relevance. I post a summary of paper, with link to full pdf below.
        Michelle A. Cretella, M.D.
        Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons
        Volume 21 Number 2 Summer 2016

        Gender dysphoria (GD) of childhood describes a psychological condition in which a child experiences marked incongruence between his experienced gender and the gender associated with his biological sex. When this occurs in the prepubertal child, GD resolves in the vast majority of patients by late adolescence. Currently there is a vigorous albeit suppressed debate among physicians, therapists, and academics regarding what is fast becoming the new treatment standard for GD in children. Modeled after a paradigm developed in the Netherlands, it involves pubertal suppression with gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists followed by the use of cross-sex hormones—a combination that will result in the sterility of minors. A review of the current literature suggests that this protocol is rooted in an unscientific gender ideology, lacks an evidence base, and violates the longstanding ethical principle of “First do no harm.”
        “Therefore, if and when valid transgender brain differences are identified, these will be more likely the result of transgender behavior than its cause…”

        “To be clear, this ‘alternate perspective’ of an ‘innate gender fluidity’ arising from prenatally ‘feminized’ or ‘masculinized’ brains trapped in the wrong body is an ideological belief that has no basis in rigorous science.”
        Gender dysphoria (GD) in children is a term used to describe a psychological condition in which a child experiences marked incongruence between his experienced gender and the gender associated with his biological sex. There is no rigorous scientific evidence that GD is an innate trait. Moreover, 80 percent to 95 percent of children with GD accept the reality of their biological sex and achieve emotional health by late adolescence. The treatment of GD in childhood with hormones effectively amounts to mass experimentation on, and sterilization of, youth who are cognitively incapable of providing informed consent. There is a serious ethical problem with allowing irreversible, life-changing procedures to be performed on minors who are too young to give valid consent themselves.


        Click to access cretella.pdf

        Michelle A. Cretella, M.D., is a board-certified pediatrician, and serves as president of the American College of Pediatricians. (2016)

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    * * * * *
    “The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the state”.

    (Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 16:3 and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Article 23:1)

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    “There is an inextricable link between the protection of the family and the protection of fundamental freedoms in liberal democracies…The first thing that a totalitarian regime tries to do is to get at the children, to distance them from the subversive, varied influences of their families, and indoctrinate them in their rulers’ view of the world. Within limits, families must be left to bring up their children in their own way.”

    (UK Supreme Court Judgement contra Scottish Gov ‘Named Person Scheme’, 28 July 2016, Para 73, pages 32, 33)

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    “The fundamental theory of liberty upon which all governments in this Union repose excludes any general power of the state to standardize its children by forcing them to accept instruction from public teachers only. The child is not the mere creature of the state; those who nurture him and direct his destiny have the right, coupled with the high duty, to recognize and prepare him for additional obligations.”

    (Justice McReynolds, delivering the Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States: Pierce v Society of Sisters 268 US 510 (1925), 534-535)

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    “So long as organized communities are a necessary factor in the inner vitality of a nation, the state has indeed the… juridical task… to take measures that support, restore and stimulate the life of non-political communities. Primarily this applies to the natural organized communal life of the nuclear family…”

    (Herman Dooyeweerd, Professor of Philosophy of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam,1931)

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    1. What they are trying to do now, with all the emotional and irreversible surgical damage, is a danger to children and young people. If anyone has an affected child – or if there is a concerned expert group that wants crowd funding to go to court then I’d be up for that. This SNP leadership are contemptuous of anything except effective action against them. In that respect they are an identical copy of Johnsons leadership. The MSM would be forced to cover this and unaware parents would become aware.

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    2. Your comment on ‘Do no harm’ is very helpful as the infirnation you give specifically refers to gender therapy and the way young children can experience a kind of gender dysmorphia which is usually resolved as they grow older.

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  4. I don’t know much about this subject, but I will say this about Nicola Sturgeon. She has unintentionally flushed out bad practice, and the good guys from the bad guys in this and other matters. For that we are in her debt.

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  5. I have thought about this for sometime.
    I do not blame the children. Puberty is a difficult time and increasingly so with the relentless pressure of social media “norms” added these days.
    The high jacking of groups such as Stonewall by minority groups has certainly contributed.
    The Profit chasers in big Pharma a obviously a powerful driver.
    However none of this would be happening without the green light of the Law Makers, OUR politicians. It has reached the point they do not even bother changing the Law. The message has gone out by the political class and we find that the majority of “Men” in Women’s Prisons have no gender recognition certificate, they simply uttered the magic words – today I am a Women.
    It has happened in Sport. Many of the Transactivists have stated clearly on their social media profiles that the have not, and have no intention, to apply for a GR certificate.

    Those Law Makers have dispensed with the process of creating Laws. The message is quite clear to every company, organisation, civil servant etc. Ignore actual Law such as the Equalities Act the the important issue is the way someone “Feelz” is to be the mantra. To make Laws you have to consult, to debate and this risks failure. It is simpler to just bypass such ancient constructs. If you are not concerned about the material and presenters currently accessing our schools then you have not been paying attention. That access required either approval or a blind eye by the political class.

    Blame the Political Class. Blame yourself if you elect them.

    Regardless of your views on the Gender issue. Consider the changes being made without Laws, Consultation or Debate. Consider a major change to society being slipped through in small print on page 54 of a manifesto.

    If 0.5% can now change society and the Rights of 52% of the population ignored is that democratic?

    One thing to remember the Trans issue is ONLY stage ONE. I have no doubt about that and given the complete lack of due process during this period I do not expect it to improve with the same Politicians in place,

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    1. “Regardless of your views on the Gender issue. Consider the changes being made without Laws, Consultation or Debate. Consider a major change to society being slipped through in small print on page 54 of a manifesto.

      If 0.5% can now change society and the Rights of 52% of the population ignored is that democratic?”

      I hope ALBA and ISP have this on their local council election leaflets – put into a one page flow chart of the lawful process we had and the unlawful process now used – side by side.

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      1. It seems for the greater good and also good to get ALBA profile to run a non political bill board campaign highlighting what is going on – concise and supported by the expert opinions of the senior doctors in the field. There are far more parents than trans activists and parents deserve to be informed.

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  6. Excellent article which for me summarised the obscene irreversible butchery that would be visited on a child. And it is perverse butchery that has to be carried out by adults.

    Indeed, under the law of Scotland, and save for certain exemptions, young people under sixteen years of age do not, have legal capacity.

    The execution of surgical or chemical treatments that disfigure and permanently change under sixteen thus opens up big legal liability questions. I am not a lawyer, but I would not like to be a medical practitioner or parent who sanctioned irreversible surgery on a minor – and then for the child at adulthood to find that the changes were wrong.

    Such treatment, if treatment be the word, has to be a legal minefield and a lurking iceberg of legal liability.

    The current fevered insanity and its legal tail is going to be with us for a long time to come.

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  7. The thought that the FGM legislation might be relevant to this battle for children’s safety came to me a few weeks ago so thanks for this insightful article.

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  8. Thanks for the very interesting replies in response to this article. It is clear there are a lot of very concerned and knowledgable people considering this issue from many areas of expertise.

    I’ve been contacted with an error on my part with regards my description of the BMA. It reads as follows,

    ‘Point of information re:
    ‘ British Medical Association (which it is worth remembering is an investigative and prosecuting agency)’

    Not quite but it’s often thought.

    The BMA are a professional association (effectively equivalent to a trade Union). They certainly warn members of areas where they may fall foul of criminal law or professional regulation (regulation is by General Medical Council which ultimately has the power to revoke a license to practice)

    I think you may be thinking of the GMC who investigate behaviour contrary to good medical practice rather than the BMA or, if criminal, pass it to the police and the Crown Office &Procurator Fiscal Service who can bring criminal proceedings.

    It’s easy to mix them up because the BMA regularly alerts members to such risks, hope this helps as the confusion may detract from the article.’

    Many thanks to the person (I have not published your name in case it was not appropriate) who provided the correction, it is much appreciated, and sorry for the misunderstanding on my part.

    Thanks again. SH

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  9. I highly recommend the following book. Thoroughly researched, responsible and respectful. Well written in spare American English:

    ‘IREVERSIBLE DAMAGE: TEENAGE GIRLS AND THE TRANSGENDER CRAZE by Abigail Shrier. (£2.89 Kindle & £8.44 Paperback. 4.5 stars with 3,378 ratings).

    The promotional material says:


    “Abigail Shrier does something simple yet devastating: she rigorously lays out the facts” (The Times)

    “Groups of female friends in schools across the world are coming out as ‘transgender’. Most are girls who have never expressed any discomfort in their biological sex until they hear a coming out story from a speaker at a school assembly or discover the internet community of trans influencers. ‘Gender-affirming’ therapists now recommend medical interventions for them. Abigail Shrier, a writer for the Wall Street Journal, investigates this phenomenon. Shrier has talked to the girls, their agonised parents, and the therapists and doctors who enable gender transitions, as well as to ‘detransitioners’ – young women who regret what they have done to themselves. Shrier concludes that far too much of the discourse around being female is negative, and offers a series of steps parents can take to enhance their daughters’ well-being.”

    ‘‘Every parent needs to read this gripping travelogue through Gender Land, a perilous place where large numbers of teenage girls come to grief despite their loving parents’ attempts to rescue them” (Helen Joyce, senior staff writer at The Economist).

    “A thought-provoking examination of a new clinical phenomenon mainly affecting adolescent females that has, at lightning speed, swept across North America and parts of Western Europe and Scandinavia. It is a book that will be of great interest to parents, the general public and mental health clinicians” (Dr Kenneth J. Zucker, adolescent and child psychologist and chair of the DSM-5 Work Group on Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders)

    “Accessible, lucid and compelling … a must-read for all those who care about the lot of our girls and women” (Ayaan Hirsi Ali)

    “For no other topic have science and conventional wisdom changed — been thrown away — more rapidly than for gender dysphoria. For a small but rapidly growing number of adolescent girls and their families, consequences have been tragic. This urgently needed book is fascinating, wrenching, and wise. Abigail Shrier sees clearly what is in front of our faces and is brave enough to name it. IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE will be a rallying point to reversing the damage being done.” (J. Michael Bailey, author of The Man Who Would Be Queen, and professor of psychology at Northwestern University)

    About the Author:

    ABIGAIL SHRIER is a writer for the Wall Street Journal. She holds an A.B. from Columbia College, where she received the Euretta J. Kellett Fellowship; a BPhil. from the University of Oxford; and a J.D. from Yale Law School.

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    1. Another ‘must read’ on the subject of the Ideology is Helen Joyce’s book. “Trans- When Ideology Meets Reality”.
      You may be interested to know that following a book sponsorship campaign, each and every one of our MSP’s and MP’s have been sent a copy.
      No excuse for ignorance of the issues.

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      1. Kathleen Stock’s Material Girls is, as you would expect from a philosopher, is a book laying out the arguments around sex and gender with great clarity and rigour. Unlike her opponents who are content to smear and abuse her, she actively welcomes open and informed debate. Which is of course how it should be. It is notable how from Sturgeon downwards, the proponents of major legal change are very reluctant to discuss it or justify their claims. That in itself should suggest something about the validity and quality of their reasoning, not to mention a dereliction of their democratic obligations.

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  10. Aside of the irreversible mutilation of children who may later regret it, isn’t it wonderful news that Craig Murray is being released next Tuesday.

    A vicious, corrupt Scotland where the rule of law does not exist and where innocent people are jailed. Europe’s very own Latin American country on its door step.

    Hopefully as many as possible will be able to attend his release.

    It is time we fought this rotten regime. If there is no law then there is no peace.

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  11. “… So, I was wondering if life altering amputation surgery on children, or sterilising drugs such as puberty blockers, and opposite sex hormones, might go beyond questions of medical ethics, and trespass firmly into the arena of criminal child abuse… ”

    Yours is an excellent questioning of the legal basis for these operations and treatment of children. I do believe that, in some cases of such extreme body dysphoria or discomfort, at an appropriate age, probably 18, young people should be allowed to make that choice, but, before that age, they need to be counselled and supported. It is a difficult one. Anorexia was another body dysphoric-cum-mental health issue for youngsters, but no one was advocating validation in the same way that they are now. A number of, mainly, young girls died as a result of starvation and the associated complications to the bodily organs. It might be that parents are terrified not to validate their children if they threaten to kill themselves. To be absolutely honest, I just don’t know, personally, how I’d react in those circumstances: refuse to validate and risk your beloved child taking its own life; or give in and witness your beloved child turn into somebody you do not know and whom you know will require further surgeries and hormones for the rest of their life.

    Surgery and hormones should, however, be the last resort after intensive counselling. The facts are that most children actually grow out of their ‘trans’ phase and discover their homosexuality, binary sexuality or dimorphic sexuality. The question has to be asked: why, then, does the trans lobby insist on validating children’s confusion from the earliest ages? I would say that these middle-aged, middle-class men who declare their trans identity after living a sexually dimorphic life for years need that validation to begin at the earliest stages. I have listen to a number of trans identified men state that they knew their true gender at age two or thereabouts. Most people can’t remember age two; most people are still learning to form coherent and compound sentences at age two; most people are concerned with being fed, watered and cared for at age two.

    Early validation of the ‘trans’ state by some – too many – parents has echoes of Munchausen’s by Proxy. I mean the ones who glory in the adulation conferred on them via social media. I think this aspect, too, is neglected. Great piece, Sally, and needs to be said. I think the legal profession has failed in its duty of care to people by not speaking out more strongly about the apparent illegality that seems to be taking place across the board. Likewise, doctors who see what is happening and don’t speak up need to do so. The effects on children, the innocents in all this, is diabolical, and will become the scandal of the century, I’m sure.

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    1. I agree entirely about the silence of medical professionals and academics who have allowed the hijacking and repudiation of the scientific knowledge which is the base of their professional expertise. They have allowed the most arrant anti-scientific nonsense to be used by lay persons to justify the far-reaching effects on society and on the future health of individuals they wish to bring about without any official rebuttals.

      I cannot believe that they hear the crass and fantastical claims of the trans activists and fellow-travelling politicians and not realise the harm which will be inflicted particularly on the young. The medical profession did find its voice when it came to the claims of vaccines causing autism yet now they remain silent. Why?

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  12. Thanks for the reply Lorncal. Except in cases of underlying reduced capacity, I would think 18 years of age is a sensible cut off point. I respect the wishes of those over 18 to undertake such medical procedures.

    One thing that appears common at the moment however, for those adults who make the full transition… many of them have already become parents.

    Transgender medical procedures for children and young adults, would rob them of this opportunity forever. Would they have been so keen on the full op under these circumstances if it had been available to them back in the day? I would suggest it would have given them pause for thought.

    There are many, many medical procedures that have to be postponed until other factors are addressed, heart surgery for those who are morbidly obese for example, liver transplants for alcoholics who have not managed to stop drinking being but 2 that spring to mind.

    That being the case, it’s not a new concept in medicine, and given the irreversible damage done, I would suggest watchful waiting plus counselling would be the minimum requirement.

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    1. Excellent point again, Sally. Dr Debbie Hayton, a fully-transitioned person made this point, too. He stated that he had wanted a family. Mind you, he is opposed to child transitioning, but even he claimed that he knew from age two that he was “in the wrong body” so he/she is enabling, if not condoning, child transitioning. I, personally, do not believe that ‘trans’ exists, although I do think that body dysphoria is a horrible condition, and I even feel a wee pang of sympathy for those cross-dressing men who have fetishes and kinks, which must also be difficult to cope with at times. However, my sympathy runs out when they do not admit to having autogynephilia, but expect females to give everything up for them or try to gaslight us all into believing that they have a females essence or they were born ‘trans’. Like you, I very firmly believe that the law has not caught up yet with what is going on and what is happening is experimentation on innocent children, by doctors and by narcissistic and possibly by at least some Munchausen’s by Proxy parents. It doesn’t help, of course, that every party is in thrall to this stuff (except the Tories, and there are people even there) and the legal system – the public part of it is an arm of government. The SNP/Green alliance is particularly culpable. It is disgraceful and cruel and pointless beyond measure.

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  13. Let me give you a real practical example of the unfairness of trans ideology.

    In the offshore Oil and Gas Industry cabins are at a premium and a great deal of pressure is on utilisation which leads to full occupancy. The cabins are mostly two person bunk bed layout.
    We have the situation now of some workers now claiming Tran status. Obviously men do not wish to share but Trans Rights are dominant in our New World. The bed occupancy must be maintained so young FEMALE graduates are being pressured to share. Their careers are quoted in the conversation coercing them to demonstrate “the leadership”.expected for advancement.
    Some companies relent on the conflicting pressure and the TransWomen gets the luxury of a cabin to themselves while others share.

    What other walks of life are being turned upside down to meet the NewOrder. It is all being hushed up by threats to careers and employment.

    Ask the major Oil Companies to comment and watch the reaction!

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