In the 31 years since Stonewall, the UK’s largest LGBT charity, was founded, it has led the charge on many campaigns for equality. It has fought for parity in the age of consent; for the right of same-sex couples to adopt; for civil partnerships; and for same-sex marriage. In many ways, it is thanks in large part to Stonewall’s efforts that it is now far more socially acceptable to be a homosexual than it is to be a homophobe.
How things have changed. Today, many lesbian, gay and bisexual people feel bitterly let down by the charity they once trusted. Stonewall stands accused of campaigning against women’s rights as defined in the Equality Act, and of bullying those with whom it disagrees out of jobs.
Read article: The Rise and Fall of Stonewall
Devon & Cornwall Police tweeted clip as part of hate crime awareness campaign
It portrays the ordeal of a ‘non-binary’ tomato during a night out at the Salad Bar
Over 1,400 who have watched 80-sec video don’t seem to have been amused
Read article: Devon and Cornwall Police mocked over gender neutral tomato
Why are the police producing animated films about non-binary fruits?
In a media request to a British police force, I found myself typing the words ‘is the tomato character supposed to be non-binary?’. Reporting from the front line of the culture wars has brought me into the orbit of some bizarre campaigns and characters; from gender-fluid bankers to adult babies who demand the right to wear nappies to work. But asking for clarification from Devon and Cornwall Police about the supposed gender identity of a fictional tomato was a new low in what seems to be a battle against common sense.
Read article: Beware the rise of the trans-aware cops
With the Law Commission of England and Wales’ announcement of a public consultation into hate crime, the public will have a chance to have their say on whether misogyny should be considered a hate crime.
Our public institutions remain captured, and none more so than the police. In this blog, a serving police officer and co-founder of Fair Cop explains the grim reality of what happens when gender ideology permeates the police.
Fair Cop’s Rob Jessel and Ellen White talk to Stella Perrett, former editorial cartoonist at The Morning Star, about artistic freedom in the age of censorship.
Kate Harris and Fatina Liza from LGB Alliance discuss the Yogyakarta Principles and explore how a 2006 meeting of obscure academics in Indonesia formed the legal foundation for the gender revolution.
Fair Cop highlights widespread institutional capture by trans lobby groups and calls on forces to adopt “Her Majesty’s Rule” on political affiliation
Unlike Stonewall, Fair Cop is a small and relatively new organisation dedicated to ensuring police officers exercise their duties “without fear or favour”. The group was founded by former police officer Harry Miller. Last year Harry was visited at his place of work by a Community Liaison Officer from Humberside Police who explained he was there to “check” Harry’s “thinking”.
Read article: How the Trans lobby wants to capture your mind | TheArticle
The Government has recently announced an inquiry into judicial review. Although the Chair of that Inquiry says it’s ‘impossible’ that judicial review will be abolished, we are all now a bit wary of emphatic promises from politicians. What is judicial review and why should you care? Fair Cop explains why.
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