Lesbians Protest Erasure At London Pride March By Halting, Then Leading The Parade


Lesbian Pride at London Pride, July 7, 2018

Lesbians mounted a parade-stopping protest at London Pride today, July 7, 2018. They objected to the erasure of lesbians caused by so-called allies among gay, bisexual, and transgender organizations and individuals who forcibly rename lesbians as generic “queer people” and who demand that heterosexual men who sexually fetishize lesbianism must be accepted by same-sex attracted women as if they were actual lesbians.
The lesbians first gathered in front of the march, displaying their message. They carried signs and banners that read “Lesbian=Female Homosexual”, and “Lesbian Not Queer”, “Transactivism Erases Lesbians” and “Get the ‘L’ Out!”, among others. Then they lay down in the street, halting the parade and drawing attention. After a few minutes, they stood, and led the Pride March, remaining at the helm for the duration.
Lesbian Protesters halted the 2018 London Pride parade. Then they led it.

Their statement:

Why “Get The L Out” ?

Who We Are

Get the L Out is a group of lesbian and feminist individuals and organisations, opposing the increasingly anti-lesbian and misogynistic LGBT movement and the erasure of lesbians

Why We Protest

We believe that lesbian rights are under attack by the trans movement and we encourage lesbians everywhere to leave the LGBT and form their own independent movement, as well as to be vocal and take action against the proposed changes to the GRA.

Get the L Out believes trans politics (with uncritical support from the LGBT movement) does the following:

Promotes the social transition of lesbians, encouraging them to present as straight men thus favouring the pretence of heterosexuality over lesbianism – this is nothing more than a form of conversion therapy.
Promotes the medical transition of lesbians and pushes harmful drugs (untested hormone blockers, Lupron etc.) as well as unnecessary medical practices on perfectly healthy bodies – these are a form of misogynist medical abuse against lesbians.

Promotes the rights of heterosexual males who “identify” as women and lesbians (despite most of them still retaining their male genitals) over the rights of lesbians to choose their sexual partners. This new ‘queer’ LGBT politics thus coerces lesbians to accept the penis as a female organ and promotes heterosexual intercourse between male and female as a form of lesbian sex. This is simply a new facet to rape culture and compulsory heterosexuality.

What we Believe

“The trans movement with the complicity of ‘queer’ LGBT politics is coercing lesbians to have sex with men. We firmly condemn this vicious form of lesbophobia disguised as progress”.

“We stand for the rights of lesbians to choose their sexual partners on the basis of their sex not their “gender identity” and condemn any pressure on lesbians to accept so called “trans women” as potential sex partners and the penis as a female organ as coercive and a manifestation of rape culture”

“We oppose the transition of young lesbians on the basis that their appearances or behaviour does not conform to socially accepted images of women. Having short hair and disliking pink is not a sign of having a male brain and does not mean one requires transition. The trans movement is a conservative movement which reinforces sexist sex stereotypes.”

“We oppose proposed changes to the GRA and view self-identification as a threat to women’s and girls rights.

“We demand stronger sex-based protections for women and girls and that women maintain the right to sex-segregated spaces at the exclusion of male regardless of their “identity”.”

This action is supported by a number of individual Lesbians and Lesbian supporters, as well as Critical Sisters, Mayday4Women, Object ! and The Lesbian Rights Alliance

More info contact :



Video of the protest here [* THIS IS THE BEST VIDEO EVER! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The whole thing is testerically narrated by various sick-ass dude-bros- LOLOLOLOLOLOL] :
The lesbian protest was greeted with cheers from the crowd. Up to a million onlookers flanked the streets to view the parade. Some of the men who demand the right to be recognized as “male lesbians” responded poorly- one of the crossdressers claimed he was warned by police to stop abusing the women.

Man fights for his right to be a lesbian.

Another heterosexual man who demands to be recognized as a female homosexual by lesbians reportedly hurled a water bottle at the women, which apparently hit a police officer.
Men representing the UK ‘Pink News’ click-bait website, (which lesbians colloquially refer to as “Penis News” or “Prick News” due to their anti-lesbian and anti-woman editorial slant), ranted on the site’s Pride March video feed about how the parade “Isn’t going the way it’s supposed to be going!”, complaining that the event has “been significantly disrupted!”. On the website’s livefeed of the event, the men from Pink News call for the lesbian Pride marchers to be dragged off by police and arrested. “They’re free to distribute their leaflets? I don’t think anyone from Pride has reviewed them!” one of the men from Penis News exclaimed with distress about the lesbian marchers.
The lesbians were supported by the crowd, and went on to lead the parade at the helm for the entire route. They were widely applauded by onlookers. They handed out informative literature to onlookers as they marched, some of which is reproduced here:


More coverage of the lesbian 2018 London Pride protest (and the reaction to it) will be posted in the thread below.

112 thoughts on “Lesbians Protest Erasure At London Pride March By Halting, Then Leading The Parade

  1. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/anti-trans-protest-london-pride-parade-lgbt-gay-2018-march-lesbian-gay-rights-a8436506.html?amp

    Lesbian activists block Pride in London march to protest against trans women


    Anti-Trans Lesbian Protest Allowed to Lead, Disrupt London Pride Parade

    “The start of the event was overshadowed by a protest by a small group of lesbian anti-trans activists, some carrying signs with slogans such as “transactivists erase lesbians”.
    The decision to allow the protesters to remain in the parade has been criticised by some.
    A Pride in London spokesperson said: “Given the hot weather and in the interest of the safety for everyone attending today’s event, the parade group was allowed to move ahead. We do not condone their approach and message and hope the actions of a very small number of people does not overshadow the messages of the 30,000 people marching today.”
    As well as floats from corporate sponsors including Barclays, Virgin Atlantic and Metro Bank, political parties are also participating.”

    Breaking! Anti-trans feminists disrupt London Pride parade

    “A group of radical anti-trans feminists has disrupted the London Pride parade to protest what they termed lesbian erasure and the “anti-feminism of transgenderism”.
    The organisation, Mayday4Women, apparently jumped in the front of the parade in the British capital on Saturday, leading to scenes of confusion and anger.
    The women held up banners that stated “Lesbian=Female Homosexual” and “Trans activism erases lesbianism.” According to its website, the group espouses the Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist (TEF) stance that transgender women should be not be confused with biologically born “real women”.
    According to reports, following negotiations, Pride organisers allowed the group to lead the parade. It also appears that at one point the women blocked the procession by lying on the ground.
    The group’s action were deemed by many as transphobic and led to a furious debate on social media. The event’s organisers came in for criticism for allowing the organisation to express its hate speech views at what should be a “safe space” for the LGBTQ community.”

      1. From what I can tell, their definition of an safe place is one that’s mostly free of criticism and provides whatever they want.

  2. LOL Pink News reports that the lesbian protest met “confused reactions”. Translation: They were widely applauded which must mean that supporters were confused. LMAO.
    Prick News: Hello you’re live on Pink News, why are you protesting today?
    Lesbian: We’re protesting against Lesbian Erasure.
    Prick News: What does that mean?
    Lesbian: What does that mean? Well, do you know anything about trans ideology?
    Prick News: I do.
    Lesbian: Okay, well then you’ll know about lesbian erasure, won’t you? There are men who are saying that they’re lesbians.
    Prick News: And why have you chosen to disrupt the parade today?
    Lesbian: Because it’s a Gay Pride parade, isn’t it?

    1. GM, such a joyous occasion today! I love seeing the videos and listening to the perplexed pro-trans male reporter, the photos of the lesbians with their big, beautiful signs, their victory in getting to LEAD the parade, bwahahaha. Their FANTASTIC leaflet, every word if it.
      What a great day and victory for gender-critical lesbian feminists everywhere thanks to smart and brave London lesbian feminists organizing and pulling off a great coup.
      And as I sit here watching this, I think we have YOU to thank for this, GM.
      You have almost single-handedly revived radical feminism, and woken up, directly, or indirectly, thousands of people to the wolves-in-sheeps’-clothing bullshittery that is the trans movement, and it’s hostility to women and especially lesbians.
      For years now, you have exhaustively researched and exposed the shockingly widespread ugliness, misogyny, and sexual abuses the trans movement and LGBT do not want the world to see.
      You have had the brilliant insight to provide a blog routinely translating the latest in deceptive, gaslighting, flowery trans-speak into woman-speak, a language women easily recognize and understand, that burns through the trans-nonsense and articulates for us a logical explanation of what trans are trying to pull over on their hoodwinked followers and the general public.
      So, in my humble opinion, today is a celebration of the culmination of your work to date, with – signs are increasingly showing – many more victories to come.
      Thank you. Enjoy this day, and the milestone it represents.

      1. Thank you for your kind thoughts. I’ve done my bit, that’s for sure. GenderTrender has been an amazing ride, and much of it has been due to my willingness to do ridiculous amounts of unpaid labor on an ongoing basis, largely research and also writing. And the kooky blog thing what with the constant maintenance. So kudos for me. 🙂
        GenderTrender will go down in history (or be erased) as one of the major forces that educated and raised the consciousness of people who were troubled with the question of “gender” in the present era. Many have used my work to parlay an income and/or mainstream media cache (although they would never give credit).
        Whatever. It was never about that for me, and all of the “gender” analysis used to illuminate research done by me here was observed, parsed, articulated by the feminists of the second wave, not by me.
        I can’t be more pleased that my work acted as a conduit to connect women to the feminist analysis of gender and that helped put the finger on what their gut was telling them.
        Gendertrender has kicked some ass, and I’m very proud of that. Who knows. Might still have a few tricks up my sleeve.

      2. This is so absolutely true. You were a lone voice howling in the wind for so long. Pushing back and ceaselessly laboring against a horrific wrong. Surviving abuse and attacks that would have forced most women into silence.
        This March, the YouTube videos, the evidence that women are waking up realizing to paraphrase Audre Lorde, silence won’t protect us. Silence and acquiescence just makes us complicit in our own oppression.
        You are the Keeper of the Record. The one who would not be silenced. The one we could direct all those confused and troubled women to. Clarity. Speaking truth despite the consequences. This is your legacy.
        You will not be forgotten Gallus Mag, they will be saying your name long after you’re gone. You are the Mother of the Fourth Wave. You kept the torch alive despite all the brutal efforts to extinguish it.

        1. Jesus! Haha. You really are too kind. x.
          It’s funny, when @fmnst left that comment my initial reaction was to do the old “Aw shucks, it was nothing, many women before me, blah blah blah’. Then I thought- yanno what? I worked MY ASS OFF. And I really do think my work made a difference. I know it did. How often can you really say that in life, in between paying the bills and taking care of the drudgery of life? So yeah, I’ll take credit.
          Maybe not to the fantastic degree you stated above (which I love btw xoxox) haha.
          Yeah I did something. Anyone could have done GenderTrender, believe me I’m nothing special, but it happened to be me and yeah it made a difference. The key take away here (besides how awesome I am LOLOL) is that ANYONE REALLY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. At least sometimes- some of it is luck, timing, etc. You don’t need to be special. Don’t need money. Don’t need a college degree.
          YOU CAN HALT, THEN LEAD, THE LONDON PRIDE PARADE! Hahahaha. I love it.
          I truly believe the transgender movement can and will be shifted in direction to become compatible with a new era of feminism and women’s rights. At least the female part of it. 😉
          We will all march together one day! Women will lead the way.
          <3 <3 <3

      3. Yes! I know Gallus woke me up.
        Also: hail Britannia! UK lesbians and UK feminists showing the way.

      4. @gallus
        Yes, thank you. Your blog was here for me to see when friend suggested I check out rad fem. I am indebted to both her and yourself for my awakening. I feel like it was in the nick of time…

      5. Hear, hear. Well done, Gallus.
        Let’s declare 7th July National TERF Day in the UK and hope International TERF Day isn’t far behind.

      6. Great comment! Gallus, I want to echo how we value this blog. This is where I came, when the scales fell from my eyes. I read your entire archive, over the next weeks. Your tireless recording and interpreting and analysing has been invaluable to countless women. I’m proud to know we stand together: I stand with all my sisters that read this blog. Thank you for keeping this space for us.

      7. I can’t say it any better than those above, and I agree wholeheartedly. I firmly believe you are a cornerstone in this awakening movement. I found you when I googled that BOLI case against the bar in Portland a few years ago, and your article led me down a rabbit-hole of truth.
        Thank you so much for all your hard work, Gallus.

      8. Also, Gallus is a prophet, like Raymond. I thought you were both wacked out crazy too.
        “A prophet is not without honour, but in his own country, and among his own kin, and in his own house.”–Mark 6:4
        I have been married three times, and none of these men (of all backgrounds) would hold my damn purse while I tried on jeans at Macy’s: “Just set it down right there, I’ll watch it.” –fear of girl cooties, transmitted by *holding purses*. That’s the men I’ve known!
        So I found it plain impossible to believe that men, with their abject fear of girl-cooties and purses, would transition en masse. I just could not imagine such a thing.
        And btw, I think lots of men still feel this way and that’s why they don’t take it seriously. I talked to another baby-boomer leftist recently who chortled and repeated the old t-shirt slogan: “I’m a lesbian trapped in a man’s body”… and we talked about how an 80s biker-bumper-sticker, something on a t-shirt for decades as a dirty joke, had at last come true.
        I never would have believed this… but when you showed those ‘hypno’ videos, I finally realized this was collective result of mass indoctrination, the overwhelming popularity of lesbian porn (which believe it or not, used to be a *small niche market* that most men did not prefer; not the huge financial juggernaut it is now), and possibly even pharmaceuticals given to kids to rewire their brains early in life. An overwhelming number of the kids getting hormones are also on other drugs, like anti-anxietys (mostly girls) and Ritalin (mostly boys); this makes sense since taking pills and depending on BigPharma is already part of their lifestyle. I noticed on tumblr when I asked about voluntarily choosing a lifetime-dependency on multi-national corporations, this always started a series of hysterical meltdowns and pile-ons about “ableism”–at the same time, I could tell that even though these kids were awash in SJW rhetoric, the *sacred value* of BigPharma was virtually unquestioned. These contradictions had never once occurred to them.
        You seemed to see all this coming. You did research! (another thing you saw coming: going after the kids… something half of them are still denying is going on)
        As when my Yippie mentors told me a bad actor was going to be president for 2 terms (two??? yes, two), I have respect for prophets.
        I listen and I learn, since they (you) have the gift. <3

      9. Oh Gallus Mag, you ARE special and unique, and we all owe so much to you. A few of us were with you in fighting the trans cult from the beginning (I wrote against it in Dykes and Gorgons in 1973 and also protested against the man who stalked me into the Lesbian community being invited to “sing” his “Lesbian” songs at the West Coast Lesbian Conference, and continued confronting and writing against the cult.) But in the beginning, most Lesbians were with us, and it was ludicrous that men would actually pretend to be Lesbians. We were still a community with a lot of Lesbians who went through hell to be Lesbians and remembered all the men who perved on us in our bars, etc., and even non-Separatists fought for women only space.
        But you have been the one who has done the intensive research to find SO many cases and proof of how dangerous these men and their collaborators are. You gave us the links to show other women and Lesbians how their crime rate is the same as other het men and yet their increasing crimes are added to women’s statistics of violence.
        You have been our champion and made all the difference. As soon as something horrific happens, like Lesbians being attacked by the transcult, you have the story to share with us all. You make up for so much of the community we have lost.
        And thank you so much for the hopeful stories too, like this one! xoxoxoxox

      10. What a great thing to read about after returning from a trip out of town. I’m so glad there are women like these in the world!
        And I agree with all those who’ve said that a large part of the pushback can be credited to your hard work. This site has both awakened those who were asleep and connected those of us who were awake but isolated–for a decade before I found GenderTrender, I’d been trying to talk to people about the problems I saw arising from the trans movement only to be dismissed or called a bigot. It’s been heartening to find so many other women who share similar concerns.
        Thank you!

    2. “Because it’s a Gay Pride parade, isn’t it?”
      That’s the goal of the activists, to eliminate that. Go from sex (which is rooted in biology), to transsexualism (which has some correlation with messed up hormones), to transgenderism (where anything goes).
      It erases any attempt at voluntary association, and uses female drives for unity and sisterhood against them, by convincing women they don’t exist and using a desire to not be a “bigot” or to do harm against them.
      Trans activists take what is not theirs and try to do-opt it in order to feel validated and get what they want, including access to female bodies.
      There’s no reason for a gay pride parade to cater to people who want to erase the very concept of gay.

  3. Right-on to lesbians who organized this high profile protest. I had to laugh at the flustered outrage of the Stink Views reporter. And then the trans activist who threw a water bottle at the lesbians and hit a policeman by mistake. Ooops! Despite the predictably dismissive and biased accounts in the corporate gay press, sounds like this Pride March was portentous of change.

    1. I laughed my head off at the Pink News narrator who just could not believe it “Is this really going to happen, are lesbians going to lead a PRIDE Parade and not the straight male Mayor. His incredulity is fit for the fainting couch. All love and power to the London lesbians for their courage and organizing skill. These boys didn’t know what hit em. And no one did hit anyone of course though apparently, some transgenders on the route tried it. Prick News narrator had no clue why lesbians should be in a PRIDE Parade. Proves the point of the get the L out group.

      1. It was pretty funny to listen to his disbelief, tinged with a little panic, every time he erroneously summarized what he was seeing. It also was amusing with his frequent, compulsive “more as it comes” statements. Well, duh, buddy! It’s a livestream!

  4. This warms the cockles of my heart.
    So thrilled with this GenderTrender article (as always) and with these MayDay4Women’s defiant big and bold public protest.
    UK sisters rock!

      1. Thank you…feel free. All my songs can be used and shared and sung by anyone who wants to, though attribution would be nice.

  5. PinkNews is like the transgender version of the North Korean News Service. Divorced from reality and ensconced in an ideological bubble. They deleted hundreds of comments on this Pride story, most of which were in favor of the protesters, and they regularly prevent any commenting on transgender articles and features. They regularly allow comments from trans activists threatening or celebrating violence.

    1. @Margie,
      “PinkNews is like the transgender version of the North Korean News Service. Divorced from reality and ensconced in an ideological bubble.”
      Completely separated from reality, but still pushing the same tired old propaganda.

  6. Read the post by Riley Dosh. What a ?!. This is female erasure at its finest. We born females, whether heterosexual or homosexual, need to stand up for ourselves. Transfemales sound like exactly like MRAs. Good on the women. I support them and every lesbian marching in these Pride Parades.

  7. This gives me hope that the tide is turning at last! It was looking pretty bleak. Every time it seemed like we’d reached peak trans, some appalling pro-trans media reports or actual legislation made me think otherwise.
    Props to the (real) sisters! If only my fellow gay men would be so brave.

  8. This is so amazing. I am so impressed with these women.
    And that poor hapless male reporter who was so confused. Oh dear, he might have to listen to women for a bit if he wants to understand, and how can he do that?

  9. Wow. Praise to London lesbians! This is so like the early 70s feminist uprisings as in the taking over of Rat (alternative newspaper) by women, the disruptions of Miss America and beauty contests, the seizing of old city buildings for women’s spaces, the halting of network news reports, the “Take Back the Night” marches, and countless everyday disruptions of sexism of both public and private acts.
    Get the L out first–the greatest milestone. And then get the T out and sexual politics will have taken a giant step forward. Lesbians and GB might then find some kind of minimal common language. (the latter perhaps a fantasy)
    My sense is that the detonation of Lesbianism and radical feminism, after about 40 years of it, may finally be losing its force.

  10. ”Trans people” with their ”body dysphoria,” Notice they never direct the sexual harassment, sexual coercion, rape, death threats, and physical violence towards straight males and straight women, (straight males protect their wives/girlfriends from sexual competition) and gay males. Never threats and violence towards male ex convicts, the ‘conservative’ homophobic christian groups, the republicans trying to negatively change laws at them, nazi skinheads, kkk, various male gangs, male biker gangs, trans allies who don’t sex trans people, but harass lesbians to etc. Though this show is fake at times, Jerry Springer is not being threatened for negatively portraying trans people or cross dressing MTT males, and the male guests who enact physical violence at trans people on tv etc.

  11. Notice all this sexual harassment and death threats towards lesbians, never gay males and straight people, who are not being told to change their terms and being physically threatened with not wanting to sex ”trans people”. Even if women stopped using the terms ‘Woman’, ‘Female’, ‘Lesbian’, and created more private groups. GBT++ would take whatever new terms are created. Lesbian groups and events are already shut down for publicly advertising and meeting.
    Lesbian youth online saying from GBT++ org. they’re confused and suicidal about not being supported for simply being lesbians, and sexually harassed and bullied for not wanting to sex ”trans males or “trans women”. Butch lesbians are harassed if they refuse to ”trans” to straight males. ”Transing” dead lesbians like biracial butch lesbian Stormé DeLarverie who was present during Stonewall Riots. The few lesbian role models/celebs, they’re staying quiet to assimilate with straight people, so we already know what side they’re on. (Not speaking of lesbians who are being physically threatened or who would lose their jobs for speaking out).
    Replacing ‘Lesbian’ with non binary, queer, ‘they, them’ $hit. The lesbian youth who think LGB history was created the year they were born through various social media that they created. Yes, lets get the L out by leaving the GBT+++ behind.

  12. FYI everyone’s favorite inflation fetishist is fishing for these women’s info.

    1. That is a very good article.
      The more I read online, the more impressed I am that the Pink News reporter actually filmed the protestors and interviewed four of them. I mean, he could have ignored them and just interviewed bystanders until they went away. (Although I suppose live broadcasting it generated traffic for Pink News.) I really hate that my standards for reporting on this issue have gotten so low.

      1. That’s another thing that’s so funny about it. Without “TERFS” there would be no PinkNews. “TERFS” are the backbone of PinkNews’s viability as a for-profit website.

  13. Ahem.
    If you’re all quite finished high-fiving each other and spinning your narrative like it’s vinyl, I have a few things I’d like to point out about this issue.
    1. The bigots (I will refrain from calling them TERFs because 1. apparently it’s a slur and 2. they’re not feminists) did not lead the protest; they hijacked it. The front of the parade was reserved for a celebration of the UK National Health Service’s 50th anniversary. The bigots didn’t even have permission to be in the parade at all! They just barged in, disrupted a public event and then had the unmitigated gall to turn around and make themselves out to be the victims.
    2. The Pride attendees were not cheering for the bigots. They were cheering for literally everyone else as a means of encouragement to keep going even though the parade had been hijacked. (Some of those attendees have confirmed this on Reddit). The majority of media outlets are having a go at your sisters in arms because they went out of their way to antagonize a discrete section of the queer community and carried banners with messages of hate and division in an event that represents a) inclusion and b) something that was started by a TRANSGENDER woman of colour. But you don’t like being reminded of that, do you? Oopsie!
    3. “who demand that heterosexual men who sexually fetishize lesbianism must be accepted by same-sex attracted women as if they were actual lesbians.”
    This is sexualized bullshit based on disproven junk science from the 1980s. We are not, nor were we ever, autogynephiles. We are neurologically female and changing our bodies to match our neural gender is not erasure of women. Stop trying to label us as perverts, because it’s not working.
    4. There is one thing we agree on: I do oppose the self-identification proposals for the Gender Recognition Act, as well as self-identification policies in general, for the following reasons:
    1. It leaves the system open to abuse by twatfinks like Lily Madigan and playactors who pretend to be trans for attention/sex partners/martyr complex.
    2. It invalidates the bulk of medical and sociological research on transgenderism conducted over the last several decades, and renders WPATH useless.
    3. It effectively strips the concept of ‘transgender’ of any meaning.
    5. “Promotes the social transition of lesbians, encouraging them to present as straight men thus favouring the pretence of heterosexuality over lesbianism – this is nothing more than a form of conversion therapy.”
    This is also bullshit. Just because a transman spends time as a lesbian, doesn’t change the fact that they’re still hardwired for masculinity and experience a need to be male that is far more important to them than your bigoted, tunnel-visioned, misandrist, straw-feminist gender politics ever will. If anyone is pushing ‘conversion therapy’, it’s you, you little echo chamber buddies and those politically violent fucks on r/gendercritical.
    6. “The trans movement with the complicity of ‘queer’ LGBT politics is coercing lesbians to have sex with men.”
    Unless a transwoman physically forces herself upon a cis lesbian, this is just more transphobic hyperbole. If you exclusively have sex with women who have vaginas, that’s fine. That’s your choice and no-one gets to judge you for that (and if they do, they’re twats). What I object to is the wanton abuse of feminist philosophy and gender politics to justify the disgusting behaviour such as that at London Pride. Trans women are women, trans men are men and neither you or your dumb little buddies will ever have any say in the matter. If Andrea Dworkin was able to accept transwomen, you can just put your big girl pants on and deal with it.
    Also, doxxing me? I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised considering the complete lack of any decency, morality or social boundaries bigots typically display, especially online. If Diana Boston and her cohorts don’t have any problem doxxing some defenceless teenager on suicide watch, telling the whole world about my sexual proclivities must be no problem for you, eh?
    Stay classy, ladies.

      1. I think I heard his penis rattle when he ahem-ed us all at the beginning.

      2. You’re welcome. 🙂 Sometimes my long memory serves me well.
        Hopefully it’s just fantasies and he hasn’t actually raped a woman IRL, but yeah, it’s hella creepy to read about nonetheless.

      3. About transgender rapists. Remember Jonathan Wolfe/Johanna Wolfe/Johanna Von Luck, who raped a deaf woman? He calls women who don’t want to share bathrooms with him “bigots.” He now goes by Hannah Nightvale online. He’s also gone by Hannah Hartmann in the past year. He was working at Amazon a few months ago as Johanna Hartmann.

    1. “something that was started by a TRANSGENDER woman of colour”
      Guessing this is the Marsha narrative again.
      And the only mention of doxxing in this post is the tweet by a nerd who wants to harass the women involved (when he takes a break from stuffing horse dildos and staplers up his ass). Stay classy indeed.

    2. “1. The bigots (I will refrain from calling them TERFs because 1. apparently it’s a slur and 2. they’re not feminists)”
      Apart from the fact that your numbering could use a little work, thank you so much for clarifying that the “F” in TERF does not stand for “Feminists”. We are, of course, Tiny Exquisite Rainbow Faeries.

    3. “We are neurologically female and changing our bodies to match our neural gender is not erasure of women.”
      No, hon, sorry, you are NOT “neurologically female.” There is no such thing. You were born with a male body and whatever brain you happen to have is your MALE BRAIN.
      You equate having certain likes and dislikes (I assume you want to wear dresses and make-up) as being inherently “female.” Wrong. Your supposed “female” likes and dislikes are simply bigoted, sexist stereotypes *you* have (not me, an actual female).
      You got some twisted IDEA in your MALE BRAIN that because you want to wear a dress and preen in front of a mirror, this means you have a “female brain.”
      Don’t quote some stupid biased “neurological” studies at me because they don’t matter. Even if you happened to have certain brainwave patterns that are different than the majority of so-called “male brains,” you still have a male brain, just one that is atypical.
      These studies on so-called “trans brains” are also done with such a small population that they don’t mean jack. They also don’t look at the vast variety of personalities in the world.
      E.g., I’m a biological female, and I happen to be good at math and “male” things like computer programming. I don’t like fashion and prefer not to wear make-up. This doesn’t mean I have a male brain, you moron. It means I am a female who happens to not fit into your stupid gender box.
      You have no effing clue what it means to be female or how females actually think. That is because you are not now, nor have ever been, a female. And you never will be, no matter how much plastic surgery you get.
      It’s not my fault you hate your own body and can’t reconcile your shallow preference for eye shadow with your XY chromosomes.

      1. “No, hon, sorry, you are NOT “neurologically female.” There is no such thing. You were born with a male body and whatever brain you happen to have is your MALE BRAIN.”
        “Don’t quote some stupid biased “neurological” studies at me because they don’t matter.”
        In other words, you don’t give a rat’s ass about science, you just want to sit in your echo chamber and have your ego massaged because being told you’re right makes you FEEL SO GOOD. The moment anyone contradicts you or tries to pierce the bubble separating your feels from reality, you’re like a wounded animal.
        And Blanchard says transwomen exhibit narcissistic rage. Good gods.

  14. GBT+ inc. while ignoring detransitioned lesbians. Trying to “Trans” butch lesbians and non living lesbians like biracial butch lesbian Stormé DeLarverie who was present during the Stonewall Riots. Among the chaos was said to have ‘spurred the crowd to action’ when she was being physically abused by cops. Her life would make a great film, I’ll have to do that.
    According to GBT+ logic males can be women and lesbians, but lesbians can’t unless they include MTT males, and Ellen and Lea DeLaria would be considered male because they dislike wearing dresses/heels. This is why lesbians should continue to mentor, get the L out and back to our private groups.

  15. Letter condemning exclusion at Pride in London 2018
    *** To sign this letter email prideletter@aimeec.co.uk ***
    Sorry if there’s a delay adding your name – we’re getting a lot of emails! 😀
    We the undersigned, members and friends of the LGBTQ+ community, condemn the horrific exclusionary behaviour that took place at Pride in London 2018.
    We are saddened that yet again we are having to condemn the actions of Pride organisers for their exclusion and hostility towards the trans community. This is not the first time we have had to do this.
    There is no space in Pride for transphobia, trans people pose no threat to cis women, and face frequent abuse and exclusion. Trans people are integral to our LGBTQ+ Community and must be celebrated and protected.
    We do not believe the excuse used by Pride in London who claim that allowing transphobes to lead the parade was done in the name of safety. Trans people should be able to celebrate Pride safely, the actions of Pride in London compromised this safety.
    We call for a full apology from Pride in London, as well as a change in the Board behind Pride in London, in the hopes that future events do not have similar issues.
    We stand proudly with our trans and non-binary friends, many of whom have been at the forefront for campaigning for better LGBTQ+ rights in Britain and around the world.
    Aimee Challenor – Equalities Spokesperson, Green Party of England and Wales,
    Kate Adair – SQIFF,
    Alice Reeves – Author, Truth and Tails,
    Paul Desson-Baxter,
    Ashleigh Talbot,
    Si Lee – Green Party representative for Castlereagh South,
    Molly Gerlach-Arthurs – Co-Chair of LGBTIQA+ Greens, Internal Communications Coordinator (job-share), Green Party Executive,
    Lucas North – Co-Chair, LGBTIQA+ Greens, Convention Officer, Young Greens Executive Committee,
    Lee-Anne Lawrance – Deputy Chair of LGBTIQA+ Greens, Internal Communications Coordinator (job-share), Green Party Executive,
    Nate Higgins – Young Greens External Communications Officer,
    Amelia Womack – Deputy Leader, Green Party of England and Wales,
    Badger T Hill – Young Greens LGBTIQA+ Co-Chair,
    Benjamin Smith – Deputy Leader of Wales Green Party,
    Andrew Brown – Secretary, LGBT+ Lib Dems,
    Kate Hutchinson – CEO, Wipe Out Transphobia,
    Sarah Brown – Vice Chair, Stonewall Trans Advisory Group,
    Katherine O’Donnell – board member, Equality Network
    Douglas Robertson – Writer & Campaigner,
    Sarah Cope – Green Party Member,
    Natacha Kennedy – Deputy Chair Camden & Islington LGBT Forum,
    Sian Berry, Green Party member of the London Assembly,
    Caroline Russell – Green Party member of the London Assembly,
    Ray Phillips,
    Dr Adrian Harrop – NHS Doctor, LGBTQ Activist and Advocate,
    Katrina Swales,
    Sarah Twycross,
    Michael Hull,
    Neptune McGiveron,
    Dory Valentine – Fish Outta Water Films,
    Caleb Rose – Fish Outta Water Films,
    Tara Stone – Managing Director, Be,
    Nicky Downes – Equalities Officer Coventry NEU (NUT section),
    Amber Scovell,
    Cara English – Gendered Intelligence,
    Leni Candan – The List LGBT Network,
    Shaan Surat Knan – Rainbow Jews,
    Josephine Shaw – Co-founder, Trans Media Watch,
    Matthew King,
    Sarah Savage – Trustee, Trans Pride Brighton,
    Owl (Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir) – writer and co-director of My Genderation
    LJ Potter, psychotherapist,
    Erin Donovan,
    Will Patterson – Former Green Party Mayoral Candidate for Greater Manchester,
    Sam Feeney – MBACP, LGBT Officer Huntingdon Labour Party, Co-LGBT Officer UNISON Cambs County Branch,
    Charley Hasted – Lib Dem Disability Association Exec (personal capacity)
    Jamie Roscoe-Jones,
    Christine Burns MBE – Editor: Trans Britain; Community Elder,
    Naomi Ceder – Co-Founder, Trans*Code,
    Paige Mickley,
    Evan Mortimer,
    Emma Carter – Acting Chair of Green Party Executive,
    Carolyn Mercer – retired Headteacher,
    Doug Rouxel – local party support coordinator Green Party Executive, UCU branch chair, (personal capacity)
    Dan Crowter – Coventry Unison Young Members Officer (personal capacity),
    Shahrar Ali – former Deputy Leader, Green Party of England and Wales,
    Naeomee Schwul,
    Oliver Schwul,
    Aeron Gray,
    Matt Beard – Executive Director, All Out
    Chris Steel,
    Alison Stevenson – Labour Party member,
    Hannah Clare – Brighton and Hove Green Party,
    Sarah Hughes,
    Olivia Thomas – Outreach Officer, TransLeeds,
    Marion Cromb,
    Angela Green – Trustee, Trans Pride Brighton,
    Aibhne Paton,
    Alexander Kamensky,
    Alicia Duffy,
    Grace Cummings – Community Outreach Lead, TransPride Brighton & Hove,
    Alexandria Hassett – Thamesmead Moorings Labour Party Vice Chair and Organiser,
    Tina Hanson BA(Hons),
    Sarah Noble,
    Cameron Palin – Youth and students Officer for the Isle Of Wight Green Party
    Kirsty Jones – Co-Chair of Nottingham Green Party
    Victoria Shirley,
    Kai Stok,
    Michael Mokrysz,
    Andrew Shirley,
    Graham O’Mara,
    Mike McKnight – University of Birmingham,
    Billie Hewitt Pavlica,
    Julie Dal-Bon,
    Ben Parker – Young Greens Co-Chair,
    Paul Valentine – Trade Union Liaison, Green Party Executive,
    Joe Levy – Exeter Green Party,
    Jo Green – Distinction Trans & Partner Support,
    Tom Pashby – Internal Communications Coordinator (job-share), Green Party Executive,
    Jay Edwards,
    Hannah Jones,
    Kitty Tarbox,
    Mo & Erin – authors of Manfeels Park, feminist webcomic,
    Lee Burkwood – Waltham Forest and Redbridge Green Party,
    Mark Burkwood – Waltham Forest and Redbridge Green Party
    Vanessa Corby – Secretary and Women’s Officer, Glastonbury & Street Branch Labour Party,
    Sister Helga Unleashed – Manchester House of Love and Rage,
    Cllr Zoe O’Connell – Deputy Group Leader, Cambridge City Council Liberal Democrats,
    Helen Belcher – Lib Dem PPC for Chippenham and Chair of LGBT Consortium,
    Charlie Hallam,
    Julian Rossiter,
    Joanne York – Labour party member,
    Danielle Tamsin Harris,
    Elaine Francis – Press Officer for South Tyneside and North East Greens,
    Jodi Bleinheim,
    Naomi Bennett – Founder of Planet Nation,
    Deanna Earley,
    AR Crow,
    Richard Firth – E&D Committee member, Green Party of England and Wales,
    Sam Taylor – Shrewsbury and North Shropshire Green Party,
    Hannah-Rose Tristram – GLOW Choir Brighton,
    Andrea Voirrey Rees – Geo Environmental Engineer,
    Adrie van der Meer – Autistic Advocate and Sussex Police Equality Group,
    Chloe L,
    Diane Richards,
    Melanie Horrocks – Green Party member,
    Chay Brown – TransActualUK,
    Justine Bourne,
    Ellen Fry,
    Dylan Wilson – Training Secondary School Home Economics Teacher,
    Sara-Ann Hope,
    Charlie Kiss- Tower Hamlets Labour Party,
    Scott Lloyd-Baker,
    Anja Komatar,
    Alec Scott Rook – Founder / Chair of TMSA-UK – Trans Masculine Support & Advice UK,
    Nim Ralph – co-founder QTIPOC London and Purple Rain Collective,
    Al Lander,
    Alexander James – Labour Party member,
    James Elliot,
    Dave Brinson Secretary – East Sussex NEU (pc) and former Labour Parliamentary candidate,
    Chelsea Nolen,
    Melody Powell,
    Robyn Cynthia Richardson,
    Ronete Cohen – Psychotherapist, The Rainbow Couch,
    James Vessey-Miller – Chair, South East Essex Green Party,
    Cain Williams,
    Ankur Chakravarthy,
    Sophie Wilson – Labour Councillor for Beighton Ward, Sheffield,
    Martha Foulds – Youth Officer, Sheffield Central Constituency Labour Party,
    Blake Vinall,
    Caroline Beauchamp,
    Anna-Jayne Metcalfe – Inclusive Community Church,
    Hellana Wruk,
    Georgina Ryan – Sheffield Hallam constituency Labour Party,
    Niamh McNabb – Trustee at the Kite Trust,
    Rowan Meklemburg,
    Ruby Rosamund,
    Gail Ollis,
    Nicola Brooke,
    Samuel Hedley,
    Sam Hope,
    Róisín Johnston,
    Julie Barnes,
    Septimus Högström,
    Elizabeth Hudnott,
    Dylan Hayden,
    Nicholas Bray – Transgender Conduit,
    Theresa Davis – CEO of EcoGeek,
    Maz Michael – Therapist,
    Gina Denham – Chair, Transpire – Transgender Support Group,
    Aaron Meklemburg,
    Roz Kaveney,
    Claire Harris,
    Natalie Ayres,
    Lee Wootton,
    Rainbow Serina,
    Alhana Escher,
    Libby Escher,
    Charlie Brown-O’Sullivan,
    Kiku Aruba Basu,
    Elaine Scully,
    Jennifer Tomlinson,
    Nicola Jayne Hodson,
    AJ McKenna,
    Allen Curtis – LGBT+ Labour Member,
    Bethan Henshaw,
    Keira McCormack – Gender Essence Support Services,
    Felicity Flynn – Labour Councillor for New Addington North,
    Jamie Pope,
    Josh Morris,
    Max Riley – University of Reading Student’s Union LGBT+ PTO,
    Sam Murray – Federation of Young European Greens Executive,
    Benali Hamdache – Islington Green Party,
    Emily Snee
    Hamish Devereux-Batchelor – Tailor (Savile Row),
    Keely Bannister – Leeds West Green Party,
    Kate Newsome,
    Dr J Harrison – The Queer Embassy – Ex – Community Advisory Board Member for Pride in London,
    AbsolutQueer – AbsolutQueer Photography,
    Merav Devere,
    Ted Thomas,
    Fiona Cahill – Green Party Parish Cllr in Doncaster,
    Carol Steele – Transfigurations,
    Jay Sutherland – Scotland Against Militarism,
    Alex Lythall – Warwick SU Trans Students’ Officer
    Louise Joseph,
    Ryan Williams,
    Kasey Hildreth – Youth Worker in Charge, LGBTQ+ Hertfordshire,
    Sasha Nicole Dettmar,
    Dr Ben Vincent – University lecturer and trustee of GIRES,
    Joanna Rowland-Stuart – Brighton and Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum
    Charlotte Wilcox – Metanoia Institute,
    Tom Turner – Youth Worker and Labour Party Member,
    Izzy Hawkins
    Lee Smith – The Marlborough Theatre & Labour Party Member,
    Jett Nyx,
    Lillian D. Maisfehlt,
    Noorulann Shahid – former NUS LGBT+ officer,
    Moryn Scharaschkin – Derby Green Party,
    Siobhan MacMahon – Queer,
    Liz Carlton – Green Party Regional Council Co-Chair,
    Alex Dale,
    Elias Huntley,
    Jessica Northey – International Coordinator, Green Party Executive,
    Jennifer Baynes – Birmingham Green Party,
    Neil Franks – Coordinator, Mid-Worcestershire & The Vale Green Party,
    Anne Patterson – Coordinator, Coventry Green Party,
    Sonja Shah – SOAS SU Trans officer,
    Peadar Connolly Davey – SOAS LGBTQ+ Officer,
    Teryn Dear,
    Julia Edwards,
    Tavia Kim,
    John Cossham, York Green Party,
    Donnacha DeLong, genderqueer past president of the NUJ (personal capacity),
    Andy Worrall,
    Natasha Handley – Coordinator, TransLeeds,
    Cathy Fishenden,
    Xavier de Sousa, Performance Maker and Producer,
    Vicky-Jane Gooding,
    Laurey Boughey,
    Rob Horsfield,
    Laur Mar,
    Teddy South – Labour Party Member,
    Scott Aeron Linton,
    Aoife Assumpta Hart,
    Aiden Ferguson,
    Nicholas Bates – Green Party Member,
    Sarah Woodall – West Bromwich East CLP,
    Laura Monmoth,
    Jamye Lewis,
    Taneesha Dixon,
    Sam Palmer,
    Sam Parfitt-Simpson – LGBT+ Labour Party member,
    Daniel Nichols Political Officer – Romford Labour Party,
    Mark Whiley – LGBT+ Officer of Labour International,
    Cllr Anwen Muston – CWC, Labour Party @ Wolverhampton SE LGBT officer,
    Lizzy Kelly, Stevenage Labour Party Youth Officer and Councillor for Stevenage Borough Council,
    Abbi Davey,
    Jessica Carter,
    Sahra Taylor – City, University of London LGBT Staff Network; Doctoral Researcher,
    Mel Eggleton,
    Sarah Stephenson-hunter – Stonewall lgbt role model of the year East Midlands,
    Chrissy Bea,
    Deborah Regan – Registered Nurse and Labour Party member,
    Katie Herring,
    Naomi Heathcote,
    Pam Crossland – LGBT Officer, Blackley & Broughton Constituency Labour Party,
    Gwen Clark,
    Angela Marsden,
    Brian Dempsey – University of Dundee, UCU,
    Christopher robson,
    Sarah Morton,
    Dawn Thorpe, Brighton Green Party,
    Deborah Pearson,
    Anna Chivers,
    Marjorie Bark – Secretary, Babergh Liberal Democrats,
    Thom Kirkwood – Great Horton BLP Secretary; NEU Bradford Young Teachers’ Officer and Information Officer,
    Tommy Parker – South West Green Party Press Officer, Former Bath Pride Organiser,
    Sam Braithwaite,
    Suzanna Hopwood,
    Bon O’Hara,
    Sue Shaw,
    AC Baker,
    Tara Antiya,
    Sal Morawetz – Women’s Officer, Nottingham East Constituency Labour Party,
    Lexi Turner – Former Transgender Welfare Officer at KCL iFemSoc,
    Caroline Cannons,
    Mari Greenfield,
    Nik Jovčić-Sas – Head Organiser of Midsomer Norton Pride,
    Amy Taylor,
    Luella Barker,
    Athena Mae – Director, Athena Body Positive,
    Sarah Jane Pattison,
    Nathan Gochin,
    Jo Dalton – Clinical Psychologist,
    Dora Polenta – Rushcliffe Labour, Political Education Officer,
    Sophie Sheehan,
    Keith Turner,
    Charlotte Robinson,
    Tara Hewitt – Co-founder Trans Equality Legal Initiative,
    Kathryn Bole,
    Annette Pryce – LGBT+ Executive Member National Education Union (NUT section),
    Noah Tate – Liberal Democrat member,
    Callie Amber Foxx – Full Time Customer Service and Sales, Menards Stores Inc,
    Jennifer Lorimer,
    Jack Gilbert – LGBT+ LibDems London,
    Oliver Crook – Teacher/NEU member,
    Siobhan Corria,
    Chris Power,
    Alison Smith,
    Louise Futcher MNCS Accred., Queer Therapist,
    Spencer Blackwell – Co-organiser, Trans Pride South West,
    Jake Broadhurst,
    Freddie Parker,
    Cerys Jones,
    Clive Clifford-Frith – non-binary teacher,
    Anthony Bird – The Dancers,
    Sarah O’Brien,
    Jacqueline Atta-Hayford,
    Isabel Bywater MA,
    Calley Bell,
    Eliza Pearson,
    Jeremy Farmer – Swindon TG Group Organiser,
    Maria Grou – OutLoud Youth Group,
    Claire Hawk,
    Sadie Cooper-Davies,
    Nina Smith – Carer,
    Amelia Cavallo,
    Claire Nance – Rame and Torpoint Labour, Social Media team,
    Chris Rimell – Accord,
    Andrea Clarke,
    Steven Griffiths,
    Ryan Case,
    Joanna Brett – Psychotherapist,
    Kim Loliya – Sex+ Editor and Sex Educator,
    Jet Moon,
    Pauline Sanderson,
    Jessica Moos,
    Sarah Taylor – Labour Party Member & Accessibility Champion Norwich Pride,
    Rowan Kinchin,
    Amy Rice,
    Adam Sands,
    Allison Washington,
    Rianna Ri Roh,
    Annette Wright, Labour Party Councillor and PCS Union rep,
    Roxane Gervais,
    Anton Johnson – Greater London Association of Trades Unions Councils LGBT+ Officer,
    Jo Duesbury,
    Zoë Goodwin.
    Em Bowyer,
    Castiel Midwood, Author,
    Simon Hawkins,
    Gray Withers,
    Sarah White,
    Clare Angell,
    Dan Jones – Social Worker, Manager of the Joint Homelessness Team, Trans man,
    Rowan Davis – former Trans rep, NUS Women’s, Oxford LGBTsoc,
    Lud Polloni,
    Bethany Rose Lamont – Editor in chief and founder of Doll Hospital Journal,
    Sasha Lyons – Labour Party Member,
    Thora Rain,
    Samuel Heyes,
    Wendyl Harris – Outrage!
    Christine Gracey,
    Michelle Hamilton,
    Omar Zingaro,
    Cosmo Bhatia,
    Neve Graham,
    Tasmine Airey,
    Billie Ray Martin – Singer/Songwriter/performer,
    Ayla Holdom – Helicopter pilot, Chair of Stonewall Trans Advisory Group,
    Brandon Leo Yeadon,
    Polly Conroy – Counsellor (Retired),
    Jessica Sandelson, Oxford University,
    Rowan McLaughlin,
    Rebel Cat Events,
    Dr Katie McDowell,
    Hilary Claire Dunham-Phillips,
    Amanda Lee,
    Pheiffer Sutherland,
    Fia Harrington,
    Sarah Wishart,
    Sarah-Kye Faulkner – Switchboard LGBTQ Disability Project Leader,
    Elia Kneller,
    Emma Roe – occupational therapist,
    Lorna Barton – University of Strathclyde,
    Georgia Blake,
    Phil Millar – PCS Union,
    Emrys Moore,
    Ollie Harrison,
    Christopher Blake,
    Stephen Solene,
    Rob Wilson – Angels of Freedom Leeds,
    Samuel Ellis,
    Ash Hayhurst,
    Philippe G. Gasnier,
    Kate Russell,
    Eleanor Boiling,
    Marlowe MacDonald – Chair of LGBT+ committee, University of Sheffield,
    Elizabeth Vaughan,
    Del Pickup – Queer Agenda Sheffield (QASH),
    Michelle James,
    Francesca Flack,
    Blair Greenwood-Reeves,
    Elizabeth Vialls,
    James Ward,
    Maryam Halcrow,
    Jack Chapman,
    Lancelot Millar – Student at the University of Oxford,
    Jim Vogiatzis,
    Phoebe Kemp – actor, Equity member, Labour Party Town Councillor,
    Cassandra Harvey – Youth Support Worker for Norfolk LGBT+ project,
    Chloe Dominique,
    Marcus Morgan – chair of The Bisexual Index,
    Gary Smith,
    Antonio Branco,
    Chella Quint – Founder, #periodpositive
    Nicola Jones,
    Jennifer lennox – autistic self advocate, Labour Party Member,
    Paul Beer,
    Amy Gadd,
    Annette Guillaume,
    Naomi Nu McAdam,
    Ed Davies – author,
    The British Druid Order,
    Ryan McLeod,
    Jennifer Maybanks,
    Rachel Ivens,
    Fran Springfield RGN MSc – Clinical Nurse Specialist – Gender Identity,
    Georgie Hulme – LGBT Labour Member,
    Stevie Maybanks – Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, 2018 Stonewall Scotland Workplace Role Model,
    Jasmine Joséphine Yuki Sakura-Rose – South Wales and East Valleys Liberal Democrats,
    Xan Clark,
    Robin Tynan – Accessibility Consultant, Access Check & Access:LARP,
    Mikki Peers,
    Kirsty Walker – Postgraduate Researcher in Biomedical Science,
    Trans Equality Legal Initaitive,
    Victor Esses, theatre maker
    Catherine Lane,
    Amanda Fensome,
    Harrison Peers – trans actor and performer,
    Anisa Begum,
    Philip Inglesant,
    Nico Pollen,
    Karl Wooldridge,
    Alexandra Brooks,
    August Ashworth,
    Shehzad Raj,
    Siân Connolly,
    Sage Brice,
    Charity Gardiner – Trans LGBT Volunteer, Weymouth, Dorset,
    Oliver Waite,
    Storm Patterson,
    Joanne Pennington-Mansfield,
    Craig Mansfield,
    Alec Blackwater,
    Cerys Rose,
    Elaine Pennington,
    Peter Roser,
    Katie Beadle,
    Louise Penman,
    Seani Love,
    C M Parry,
    Tea Uglow, Google,
    David King,
    Sascha Amel-Kheir – Co-Editor of Beyond the Binary,
    Louise Morris,
    Hannah Graham – Young Greens Co-Chair,
    Zoe Bidgood – Pagan Federation London,
    Jay Latarche,
    Jamie McCarthy,
    Morgan M Page – Writer, Historian, One From the Vaults,
    Clara Barnhurst – queer author and support worker,
    Kian de la Cour – Chair of the Association of Somatic and Integrative Sexologists (ASIS)
    Caroline Paige – Author of ‘True Colours’,
    Izabella Kerr,
    Shirley Pearson,
    Jos Twist,
    Megan Beard,
    Ro Van Hamme – Fat Positivity Belgium,
    Michael Barnes,
    Luca Stevenson – Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement,
    Adrian Presland – Psychiatric Nurse and GBLTQ lead at Langley green Hospital,
    Michelle Hine, LGBT+ Labour party and Unite member,
    Viv Charpentier,
    Alice Swan,
    Charlotte Li,
    Emily Harford CEng – Mechanical Engineer – founder UKAEA LGBT+ staff support network
    Emmett Holden-carter – trans man,
    Mel Harris,
    Eleanor Matthews – Retired Fire Officer. Former Fire Brigades Union Official. (Region 1)
    Adam Cook – Engineer,
    Tobias Draper, LGBT+ officer at the London School of Economics,
    Maisie-Summer McCarter,
    Rowan Cornish Lyon,
    James Blackwell,
    Natasha Chapman – Chair of Lincoln, Sleaford and North Hykeham Liberal Democrats,
    Stephen Morris – Lead for Chemsex Related Crime – HM Prison & Probation Service,
    Octavian Starr – Diversity and inclusion trainer
    Imogen Kelly,
    Riley J. Dennis – Queer Activist and Video Creator,
    Emmy Gregory,
    Vanessa Parker,
    Cheryl Morgan,
    Laura Bownes,
    Laura Ballard – Student at the University of Birmingham,
    Michael Ratledge – Co-host, West Midlands Poly Connections,
    Adam Parkin – Treasurer of Leeds Bi Group,
    Evan Wilkinson,
    Dr Saoirse Caitlin O’Shea,
    Laura Streets – London Rollergirls,
    Elizabeth Creasey – Teacher,
    Alex Grindley,
    Ebony Ettienne,
    Sarah Gillibrand – Withington CLP Labour Party member,
    Benedict Ashmore,
    Claudia Boleyn – LGBT+ YouTuber,
    Hayley Barnden,
    Frances Horrocks,
    Max Price – Proud2Be,
    Jae Price – Proud2Be,
    Marion Tout,
    Rebecca Thomas,
    Henry Hall,
    Devin Valentine,
    Zoe Carney,
    Theo Jones,
    Devin Marsh,
    The Revd Andrew Foreshew-Cain
    Stephen Foreshew-Cain
    Melissa Baker,
    Riley Wade – University of Lincoln LGBT+ Campaigns Gender Representative,
    Alyx Zaine,
    Steve Craftman,
    Tincka Cooper-Blake,
    Dr. Ludovic Foster – Trans Survivors Switchboard, Brighton,
    Elliott Stammers,
    John Marshall,
    Hale Harding,
    Erika Baker,
    Hannah Pascal,
    Guo-Sheng Liu – student-activist at University of Oxford,
    Melsa Bicer – Vice President, Southampton University Feminist Society
    Gideon Sassoon – Admin at Gamers Against Toxicity,
    Imogen Davies,
    Sarah Taylor,
    Tigger Blaize – Actor. Equality Activist. Equity LGBT+ and TUC LGBT+ Committees,
    Adam Boyle,
    ProtestStencil – artist,
    Amber Badian,
    Susie Gray,
    Dr Elaine Swan – University of Sussex,
    Hanna Demel,
    Puck Spicer – outgoing co-president of KCL Minorities and Philosophy,
    Nate Oseroff,
    Ashton Love,
    Ami Clarke,
    Kathy Strachan,
    Oliver Charles-Christian,
    Joss Prior,
    Robyn Young – Labour party member,
    G A Curtis,
    Christina Grimwade,
    Leah Liddle,
    Emily Daly,
    Joe Davin,
    Guy Mackinnon-Little,
    Paula Sharrock,
    Fleur MacInnes – LGBT+ Labour Party member and LGBT+ activist,
    Victoria Cuckson – Bootle CLP and PCS member,
    Dean Folcik – chair of the LUU LGBT society, Equalities Worker at TransLeeds,
    Vixx Thompson,
    Emrys Travis – Cambridge University Students’ Union,
    Lynda Yungel,
    Emma Olney,
    Rosamund Crocker-Ghendrih,
    Sadhbh O’Sullivan – Co-Editor, Ladybeard Magazine,
    Seth Corbin,
    Elizabeth Maxwell,
    EJ Osborne – BBC One Daytime TV Presenter,
    Catherine Baker,
    Chlöe Packer,
    Thom Skews,
    Jessica Chan – Treasurer of the Pride Alliance, London School of Economics
    Gill Cain,
    Reed Crow – secretary of the LUU LGBT+ Society,
    Lisa Elizabeth,
    Rev. Kate Harford – Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
    Dr. Mirah Gary,
    Mina Fraser,
    Nicole Fleming – Labour Party Member,
    Finn Oomen,
    Sally Outen,
    Katie Stork,
    Liz Williams,
    Hel Dixon – Teacher,
    Becky Minton,
    Emily Jane,
    Yosif Ivanov,
    Tobi Male,
    Lidia Ravviso – feminist porn director for Erika Lust movies,
    Benjamin Cohen, Chief Executive, PinkNews (signing in a personal capacity),
    Dr Anthony James, NHS doctor and trans* healthcare advocate,
    Alexandra Hackett – Participation Worker and Equality Mentor,
    Malcolm Goodwin,
    Tim Aldcroft – West Ham CLP,
    Simon Juden,
    Hywel ap Dafydd – ACT UP London and LGBT+ Lib Dems,
    Elizabeth Kuchinka – Musician & Producer, Plush Laboratories,
    Jay Jivani,
    Keira Stonehouse,
    Janey Hitchcock,
    Liam Hay,
    Neil McDonald MBE – LGBT Consultancy,
    Dr Rohit K Dasgupta – Labour and Co-operative Party councillor for London Borough of Newham,
    Chris Parsons – Author ‘The Small Step Journey’
    Chay Collins,
    Sean Gavin O’Hara aka Porky O’Blivion,
    Alexander Pearce,
    Corinne Paddock,
    Claire J Rice – Student & Artist,
    Noah Sullivan – Homeless Sector Hostel Manager in Lambeth,
    Lucy Hammarton – YMCA Youth Ambassador,
    Stefan Liberadzki – Green Party member,
    N Murphy – student at University of Birmingham,
    Karen Wilson – Labour party member
    James Vaughan,
    Shaun Peacock,
    Tom Hayes – Editor, beyondpositive.org
    Denzell Cooper,
    Zoey Tingle,
    Rebecca Clarke,
    Ida Camilla Johannessen,
    Sophie Grand,
    Michael Nastari – director of services, Stonewall Housing,
    Revd Andy Marshall,
    Yvonne Lewis,
    Lisa Ann McClane,
    Josie Hyde – LGBTQ Officer, University of Birmingham Guild of Students,
    Rachel Brown,
    Oz Katerji – Journalist,
    Steve Crietzman,
    Ace, Aros, and Enbies,
    Jennifer Heaton – host of Alternative Lens,
    Sophie Tyler,
    Ingo Cando – creator of Wotever World,
    Lynn Wilson – Equality & Diversity Researcher and Practitioner,
    Teejay Pea,
    Jak Van Der Graaf,
    Louis Payne,
    Dr Samuel Hall, Chair of trustees, The Clare Project,
    Transparentsees Scotland,
    James Whitehouse,
    Matthew J. Metzger, trans author,
    Efi Ntoumouzi,
    Thomas Griffiths,
    Dan Harris,
    Ethan-Alexander Reynolds,
    Donna Makhsous Portstewart N.Ireland
    Darren McCormac
    Murray Hipkin – Musical Director, Pink Singers (signing in a personal capacity),
    Léa l’attentive,
    Marissa Soto,
    Verity Elizabeth Saunders
    Tina Challenor,
    Baloo Challenor,
    James Hayward,
    Alice Wilks,
    Jayson Green,
    Becky Rose,
    Kendall Perry
    Michelle Steele – Committee member, Trans Pride Brighton,
    Danielle Krage,
    Jack Catling
    Belle Pressnell,
    Ruth Mills,
    Amber Whittaker,
    Jacob People
    Shireen Lane,
    Andrew Jones – former Co-Chair & Festival Director of Pride in London (2013) and a Co-Founder of the UK Pride Network
    Lu Stanton-Karczewska,
    CJ Kuchinka – Bassist for PLUSH,
    Sophia Rose – Volunteer, Crossroads women’s centre,
    Jason Holdway,
    Riley Dosh,
    Ali Griggs – lesbians and gays support the migrants volunteer,
    Euan Matthews – SNP Youth Member,
    Tom Carr – Founder ArgylePride – The Official LGBT Supporters Group of Plymouth Argyle FC,
    Ruth Patten,
    Natalie King – Labour Party Member & Christians At Pride Committee Member,
    Jam Orrell,
    Tracey Myers,
    Alexander Marks,
    Erik Pardos Olsen,
    Emily Gorlin,
    Mark Beards,
    Hannah Wither,
    Olivia Comberti,
    Dr Bronwyn Power,
    Gina Divito,
    Dean Kamitsis – Chair of UCLan Disabled Students Society
    Alex Wilde – trans athlete,
    Cat Moody,
    Leah Holmes,
    Joel Jones,
    Emma Banton,
    Lleyam Bartholomew,
    Rosie Cowling – London Rollergirls skater
    Daniel Harcham,
    Marcus Frewin-Ridley,
    Emily Dawes – President of the University of Southampton Student’s Union,
    Ronny Jackson,
    Francesca Romana Ammaturo – University of Roehampton,
    Hannah Burton,
    Thomas King – Chairperson of Trans Masculine Birmingham,
    Jorge Ardila – Queer Immigrant
    Kamal Khan – Queer Immigrant
    Veronica Montenegro – Drag Artist, Comedian
    Phil Gardner – All Hallows Church, Leeds (signing in a personal capacity)
    Emily Shapiro,
    Tasha Oakes-Monger,
    Cassie Wilde,
    Olivia Mastin,
    Paul Aleksandr,
    Sofa Gradin,
    Matthew Parkin,
    Stacy Bias,
    Suraj Girijashanker,
    Cath Peach,
    Penny Grierson,
    Jamie Lewry – Diversity Coordinator, HMP/YOI Bronzefield,
    Tori Mangan – Trans officer, Wadham College SU,
    Raina Lilith,
    Jenni Palmer,
    Ben Wall,
    Dr Rhiannon Lewis – Principle Clinical Psychologist,
    Emily Teece,
    Jacob Bouyer – Student with the Open University,
    Mariana Suikkanen Gomes,
    Chloe Pringle,
    Charlie Paul Loane,
    Sofie Hagen – comedian and activist,
    Harris Dickenson,
    Becka Gallagher,
    Finn Edwardson,
    Jane Magnet,
    Roddy McGlynn,
    Melanie Beiler,
    Alan Longcroft,
    Daria Olivo,
    Candice Armah,
    Lucy Aitken,
    Avril Clark – TransRadioUK,
    Lucy Emily Clark – TransRadioUK,
    Fiona Bosanquet,
    Yosh Kosminsky – disabled LGBTQ+ student and NHS worker,
    Kameron McPhail,
    Sy Parker, trans NHS Doctor,
    Michael Kitchin,
    Nancy Farrell – Green party town councillor Ryde IOW,
    Portia Ungley, Kingston University,
    Charles Hutchings,
    Lynn Cawley,
    Patrick Hield,
    Lori Fadden – TV Producer,
    Jamsheed Master,
    Rae Cooksey,
    Daisy Perry,
    Gabrielle T. Patterson,
    Julia Downes – Open University,
    Claire Shaw,
    Julia L Bloomfield – trans writer, art graduate, educator, activist, researcher,
    Rachel Gordon,
    Lesley G. Mitchell,
    Ricky Gellissen,
    Michal Alfred-Kamara,
    Davide Skea – Labour Party and Unison member,
    Erin Shannon,
    Jemma Watts – Artist,
    Mike Licudi,
    Lou Glover,
    Lucas Grayburn – Forensic DNA Analyst,
    Lisa Mitchell,
    Zack Polanski – West Central London Green Party,
    Liza Eckert,
    Val Knight,
    Kelly LeGard,
    Carolyn Ienna,
    Revd Ali Chesworth,
    Gisela Mann,
    Chris Kingsland – LGBT+ Equal Rights Activist,
    Stephanie Atherton – Outreach Worker, Hampshire Pride Committee member,
    Cllr Gregor Murray,
    Sophie Burgess,
    Sophie Neibig,
    Amy Fairbairn – Blogger,
    Jenny Vernon – South Glos Green Party,
    Stephan Gillies – Art Director,
    Emily Hazell,
    Jess Garner,
    Diana Muertos
    Love Sex, Hate Sexism Collective
    Grietje Baars – Queerspace east,
    Rachel Rodgers,
    Jennifer Dean,
    Danielle Kalinovskis,
    Kara Hanson-Iles,
    Alex Goodall,
    Maki Montminy,
    Stacey Warner BA (hons),
    Vernon Collins – Trans Pride Brighton committee member,
    Felix Moore,
    Eve Nentwig – Secretary of LSE’s Intersectional Feminist Society,
    James Johnson,
    Louise Hipwell – Bi and Beyond Edinburgh,
    India Fuller Ayling – SOAS co-officer for disabled students and carers,
    Mae Baker,
    Rebecca Thorn Sietsma – ThoughtWorks,
    Dr Charlotte S McCarroll MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon,
    Susy Langsdale,
    Hugo Garvey – ACORN organiser,
    Jennifer Drewett,
    Steven Fox,
    Theo McCarthy Hirst,
    Sarah Keyworth – Comedian, Writer,
    Cerys Wakeman – Secondary School Language Teacher,
    Chris Curran,
    Anne Bodell,
    Holly Davidson,
    Cam Morrison,
    Charlotte Killin,
    Joy McPark – Registered Mental Health Nurse,
    Dawn Wright,
    Jemma Lunniss,
    Cynthia Franklin – The Cocoa Butter Club, LADS Cabaret,
    Achyuta Nori – Consultant physician, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust,
    Steve Davis,
    Sinéad Garry,
    Zayn Phallic – drag king and founder of the KOC (Kings of Colour) Initiative,
    Charlotte Faulkner – Labour party member, Sheffield Heeley,
    Sam Bowles,
    Bruce Rimell – artist,
    Debbie White,
    Lewes Block,
    Anita Cassidy,
    Khris Barber – City Year Mentor,
    Cassandra Gardiner,
    Abigail Murphy – LGTBQIA+ activist & academic,
    Charlotte Semark,
    Cogs Stansfield,
    Lu Wajzner,
    David Equality Hull-Watters – Equal Love Campaigner and Give ‘em Hope Founder,
    Reni Eddo-Lodge – author,
    James Brough,
    Andrew Tully,
    Renny Clark,
    Leilani Brown,
    Josh Scrivens – Youth Officer for Sheffield Hallam Constituency Labour Party,
    Jon Bellebono,
    Sertacç Sehlikoglu – University of Cambridge,
    Dann Parry – Queer Filmmaker,
    Claire Birkenshaw – Pride in Hull,
    Deborah Harvey,
    Tariq Persaud Parkes – Hastings and Rye Labour Party,
    Sallyann Waker,
    Jesse King,
    Kai O’Doherty – NUS Scotland LGBT+ Officer, VP Welfare at Edinburgh University Students’ Association
    Caroline Topham – Lecturer,
    Philip Lawton,
    Marina Scott,
    Olly Thompson,
    Kaye McLelland,
    Project Indigo LGBTQ Youth Group,
    Jennie Phillips
    Katerina Borrelli,
    Phoenix Stoneham,
    Lizzie Prior,
    Shreena Soomarah,
    Yolanda Adamson,
    Deborah Frances-White – The Guilty Feminist Podcast,
    Christopher Latham,
    Paul Childs – LibDem Parliamentary Candidate and HIV Activist,
    Helen Bayram,
    Clare Wright,
    Elena Colman,
    Aura Lehtonen – London School of Economics and London Rollergirls,
    Ted Black,
    Andy Hunt – CEO of The Intercom Trust Southwest LGBT+ charity,
    Dr S. A. Meghani,
    Amy Squirrell,
    Christopher Aitchison-Knight – Co-Admin We Love Manchester Pride,
    Kayleigh Nicholson,
    Yasmin Saoirse Rodgers,
    Sierra Rowe,
    Daniel Williams-Brown,
    Susanna Bentley,
    Grace Root,
    Jennifer Smith,
    Karon Crawford,
    Brooke Bovill,
    Hugo Minchin – Counsellor/Psychotherapist,
    Rees Williams,
    Emily Steele,
    Leanne Thomas,
    Becky Shuter,
    Charlie Sanders,
    Jonathan Griffiths – Leader of True North Inclusive Church,
    Francis Petipher-Bartley,
    Zoe South,
    Flick Thorley,
    Roman Loxley-Doyle – Lay Minister, LGBTQ+ youth mentor,
    Lizzie Biscuits,
    Grace Chesney,
    Lorraine James,
    Celia Frankel,
    Lauren O’Farrell – author,
    Maggie Bent,
    Ella Edwards CA,
    Evelyn Kennedy,
    Susan Chitayi,
    Rachel Collinson, Management Board, Unlock Democracy (signing in personal capacity)
    Serenity Lynas,
    Natasha Welch,
    Kathy Draxlbauer,
    Alex R. Furze,
    Victoria Rose,
    CJ Boyd,
    Aimee Joesbury,
    Elise Barratt,
    Helen Black,
    Mx Millie Fry,
    Phil Dickens – PCS National Executive Committee,
    Kim Morrison,
    Christian Roux,
    Martin Fenerty,
    Andi Whittle,
    Amy Howse,
    Becky Toothill,
    Monica Tetley,
    Anna Jordan,
    Stevie Doherty,
    Ari Baker – former Youth Officer for Oxford Pride, and current Labour Party member,
    Mary Ann Saunders,
    Samantha Mcgann,
    Tyler Charles Austen – Chair of Navigate,
    Amy Shaundi Petrelli,
    Lara Pinder,
    Emma Taylor,
    Chris McCabe,
    Peter Collins – Deptford Pride,
    Hannah Murray,
    Hayley Palmer,
    Lucas Galloway,
    Nick Weeks,
    Maria Malo,
    Anna Moone,
    Nikki Hayden – University of Westminster LGBTI+ President,
    Sophie Amili,
    Laura Schofield,
    Patrick Gale – novelist & screenwriter,
    Ben Collins,
    Caspian Graça Da Silva,
    Stav Bee – Queer female artist, Activist, Pop up Bar owner,
    Jessica Knox,
    Mark Findlay – Brighton Pavillion Labour Party,
    Stephie Woodcock,
    Aleksander Cristea – Therapist,
    Arnaud Vervoitte,
    Dave Haldenby,
    Suzanne Bull MBE,
    Melody Little,
    Samantha Latty,
    Amelia Harris,
    Olivia Bladen,
    Zoë Wright,
    Sabiha Allouche,
    Sol Craighead-Wheeler,
    Bronwyn Driver,
    Dawn Day,
    Kathryn Fortunato,
    Jez Kemp,
    Canon Barry Naylor,
    Charlie Stray,
    Kathryn O’Reilly,
    Graham Jones – hairdresser at Open Barbers, queer and trans friendly salon,
    Vikki Cole,
    Jason Fernandez – Convenor, Queer Greens, Australian Greens Victoria,
    Julian Gao,
    Tiernan Tomlinson,
    Hazel Tyler aka Lick Von Dyke,
    Liz Ridgway,
    Carolyn Black, BECTU representative,
    Kelly Wright – Transgender Peer Support Facilitator, Washington, D.C.
    Barbara Pettitt,
    Helena Oele,
    Ashley Collins,
    Dr. Rachel Furley MBE – Paediatric consultant West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds,
    Heather-Jane Pollard,
    María Helga Guðmundsdóttir,
    Christine Woodhams,
    Jon Burns – Social Media Co-ordinator for Gateshead Green Party,
    H A Clark,
    Samantha de Mattos,
    Melina Antunes,
    Rob Calcutt,
    Simon Bowkett – Stonewall Bi Role Model and member / activist within Unison LGBT+, Bi Pride UK, and Exeter Pride,
    Kali Scott – trans artist and writer,
    Sebastian Johnson,
    Emma Mee,
    Kinsey Grace,
    Madison DeLucia,
    Danielle Grace Oliver,
    Jo Williams,
    Jessica Wynn – York Queer Women and Gender Group
    Rachel O’Brien – NUS Disabled Students’ Officer,
    J Smith – LGBTQ+ Officer, Bristol Young Labour,
    Kathrin Fischer,
    Rebecca Fryer – former Equalities Rep and Shop Steward for Unite the Union,
    Oliver Figg,
    Jade Coates,
    Kathryn Thomas,
    Kirsty Longman,
    Pablo Phillips – NEU rep and Waltham forest NEU president
    Colin Miller,
    Emma Petit,
    George Kenison,
    Ellie Cole,
    Victoria Tuck,
    Gemma Evans,
    Jacob Stokoe,
    Sophie Dolman,
    Linnea Frank,
    Emily Wright – Manchester Biphoria,
    Stuart Quinn-Harvie,
    Emma Dennett,
    Hannah Bithell,
    Alex Palmer – Trans Convener for University of York LGBTQ Network,
    Graham Easterlow – Artistic Director Bordello Theatre,
    Onni Gust
    Richard Cosgrove
    Jess Day
    Drayce Beckett,
    Marianne Tyvand,
    Tristan Smith – University of Huddersfield LGBTQ+ Society President,
    Kate Stone – Editor, Funny Women,
    Corinne Bannister,
    Brother Barnabas-Francis MacPhail OSF,
    Russell Deathridge,
    Laura Bailo,
    Kiran Wood,
    Adam McGregor – Secretary, Nottingham Green Party,
    Emma Wilson,
    Acacia Elise Ferrell,
    Alexander Lloyd – Disabled Students’ Officer, Sheffield Labour Students,
    Freya Taylor,
    Rachel Hague,
    Sam Nicholson,
    Mariana Lorenzano – Dance artist,
    Marshall Robbins,
    Ian Iqbal Rashid,
    Tom Woolverton,
    Amy Durden,
    Leslie Stewart – member of LGSW,
    Garry Brough – CEO Positively UK
    Ian Walden,
    Jem Pammenter-Fry – Labour member
    Ananya Rao-Middleton,
    Emily Payne – Bisexual and a Northampton poly and kink community leader,
    Rachel Elton,
    Leander McLaughlin,
    Thorne Davis,
    Helen Lynch – Newham Green Party,
    Katie Ross,
    Eve Forbes,
    Richard Gilles,
    Amy St John,
    Charlie Hobbes,
    Mark Turnbull,
    Ewan Summersby,
    Kyle Sanderson,
    James Wyatt,
    George Night Sky,
    Eleanor Walker,
    Wake Up Italia – London,
    Sam Hutchings
    John Avorh
    Bernice Elaine Roust,
    Isara Segal,
    Erica Bridgeman
    Jake Brooks,
    Jack Tinmouth,
    Hayley Dowling,
    Izzy David,
    Claire Keraudren,
    Anthony Morgan,
    Alison Evans,
    Eliza Goroya – human-rights campaigner, artist,
    Jessica Morgan,
    Caelan Reid – Political Events and Publicity Officer, Sheffield Labour Students and External Campaigns Officer, Sheffield Students’ Union LGBT+ committee.
    Roisin O’Hare
    Alastair Farrall-Daniel
    Emma Bailey – Founder, Wipe Out Transphobia,
    Colin Ferguson,
    Robin Edwards – Notts Trans Hub founder member and volunteer,
    Rydr Kamenz
    Dr. Gregory Harrison-Carey,
    Mama Alto
    Stacy Hackner (Dr) – UCL Arts & Sciences
    Francesca Reid
    Andy Mewcombe
    Hazel O Driscoll – Labour Party member
    Julia May
    Teri-Ann Wilson
    Kim James,
    Alex Staniforth – Scottish Greens Councillor
    David Simon Peck
    Melissa Todd
    Liz Merrow – Former LGBT Students’ Officer, London School of Economics Students’ Union
    Paige Rose Valtieri
    Julie A Knispel
    Leo Ellis Collins,
    Peter Zwirble,
    Vanessa Raw,
    Karen Pollock MBACP – Counsellor and Therapist,
    Adam Smith – University of Oxford, NASUWT,
    Jan McFadyen,
    Alison M Speakman,
    Griffin Twemlow – Emmanuel College Students’ Union LGBT+ Officer, University of Cambridge,
    Kay Willis RN, Electronics Technician UWE
    Chloe James – Labour Party Member
    Johanne Enright,
    Elly Goodman,
    Zoe Makings
    George Haggett
    Sebastian Mischo,
    Paul McAndrew
    Meg Barnes,
    Emily Otway
    Leeze Lawrence – News Editor & Executive Producer @ Pinksixty & OUTtv Global / BBC Broadcast Producer
    Sherrie Larch,
    Christie Brewster
    Lucy Elliott
    Jess Baker – Lesbian school teacher and school diversity & equality officer, Norwich
    Ben Sawyer – LGBT+ Welfare Officer for Churchill College JCR,
    Michaela Holowczak
    Pru Dulley
    Sharon Irvine
    Leila Jones
    Dave Smith – (Chair) Tees Valley Community Pride
    Juliette Dowling
    Vikki Ryan
    Francesca Scanlan
    Dr Emma Osborne
    Ben Fritchley
    Cassie Godfrey
    Alana Latham
    Tamlyn Mills
    Matthew Gill
    Jillian Dow
    Tommy Rosin – Labour Party Member
    Jennie Kermode – Chair of Trans Media Watch
    Dr Mia Jackson
    Brian Latham
    Noah Massé
    Lydia Morgan – former LGBT+ Liberation Assembly Officer & NUS conference trans rep, Middlesex University
    Richard Delahaye
    Laura Honeker
    Eli Karali
    Tommy Moss
    Lucia Kennedy
    Steve Lloyd – Coordinator, Bristol Green Party
    Hannah Penn
    Tania Glyde – Therapist
    Sarah Lewthwaite
    Leo George – Artist and Poet
    Vicky Blake
    Ginella Williams
    Archdruid ​Stormwatch​ – G​​enesis Order of Druids – Member of the British Druid Order,
    Gary Heydon
    Erica J. Kilian
    Joan Twelves
    Sally Thacker
    Miska Elliot – Former LGBTQ+ Trustee, Magdalen College JCR
    Ele Brown
    Andrea Nicholas-Jones
    Dr Jess Gifkins – Lecturer in International Relations, University of Manchester
    Mina Nielsen – Genderqueer Breakfast Sheffield
    Sarah Byrne – NEU
    Declan Bracewell – Video Producer, University of Bradford
    Dr Geoff Warburton
    Nicola Rippon
    Jennifer Langton-Sneyd
    Jamie Wagstaff, Primary school teacher, London
    Veronica Schleihauf
    Doug Segal,
    Nikki Spunde – University of Queensland
    Sue McAusland
    Nathan Costello
    Sarah Wilsher – Clinical Specialist
    Catherine Sarah Humphries
    Judy Bowen,
    Dr Izzy Jayasinghe – University lecturer
    Bishop Paul Miles-Knight – Ecumenical Catholic Church UK
    Sarah Mace
    Karen Amsden
    Elizabeth Graham
    Linden Davis
    Benjamin Oldham
    Sami Read – Costume Designer
    Ruth Clarke
    Gemma Aston
    Ceri Hutton
    Scott Steggles
    Gem L Thompson
    Rikki Kelley, BSN, RN
    Fayth Violetta – student, LGBTQIA activist, BEAT young ambassador
    Laura Elvin
    Tillan Edwards
    Tracey S Wilson
    Stevie Arnold
    Ian Redstone
    Paul Williams
    David C Jewitt
    Fr Steve Walters – Society of Inclusive Old Catholics
    Cressida Ford
    Ed Parry
    Laura Dempster
    Hannah Lane
    Rev David Babbington – Regional Ambassador Inclusive Church (Staffordshire, Shropshire & the Black Country)
    Martyn Butler – Co-founder Terrence Higgins Trust
    Cat Knight
    Joanna Evans
    Joff Leader
    Claire Bennett
    Jin Hart
    Carla Mitsu Carvalho
    Alice Burn
    Rafailia Varonou
    Jess Dyson-Houghton
    Kate Dyson-Houghton
    Danny Morris
    Natalie Cooper-Lewis
    Charles Hewat
    Ben Castle – beekeeper and choirboy
    Helena Fox – LGBT+ Officer, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge
    Olly Morris
    Fletcher Morris
    Leontii Cristea – queer SFF author
    Haley Kleine
    Martin Murray
    Rick Burgess – Manchester Disabled People Against Cuts
    Joanna Hulin
    Hailey Heartless – Transgender Sex Worker Rights Activist
    Euan Davidson – Former President Liberal Youth Scotland
    Autumn Cook
    Sally Henderson
    J Trotman – Queer Writer
    Todd Lamming – Creative Account Manager for LGBTQ+ Publications
    CJ Kemal Bruce
    Morgaen Warner
    Sharon Wood
    Paul Whitbread
    Philip Ives – Musician, Psychologist
    Richard Jones
    Chris Dicken
    Harriet Trafford
    Vicky Downie – Liberal Democrat Candidate for Bromborough, Wirral
    John Dawson
    Peter Mills
    Daniel Young
    Cllr Jake Short – Liberal Democrat Councillor for Carshalton Central, London Borough of Sutton, Co-Chair, Sutton Young Liberals.
    Finn Humphris – Trans students’ Officer, University of Birmingham
    Daniel Holt – Policy and Procedures Executive, Regard; Trustee, Disability Rights UK
    Elizabeth Kelly
    Glenn Hicks
    Andrea Cornwall
    Joeseph Masters
    Wai Ming Lee
    Kym Soper
    Tanya Hawkes
    James Kee
    Kate Byrne
    Catherine Richardson
    Marcel Darienzo – artist
    Mary Thewlis – St. Columba’s URC Oxford
    Aisha Richards – founder of Shades of Noir
    James Morgan
    Dylan Smith
    Fia Parry – writer for Geek Syndicate & former LGBTQ+ council member for Winchester
    Fábio Barbosa
    Stephen Kelsey
    Mark Nottingham
    Fynnly Chamberlain
    Fiona Pattison – Professional Fundraiser
    Rene Schaefer
    Jay Murray – Co-founder, Communi-T Trans Social Group, Bournemouth
    Jessica James – CEO Tranz Sista Radio
    Andrea Martinelli
    Jonah Rydin
    PJ Winter
    Em Desouza
    Anne Knowle
    Teresa Clark – member, Labour Party, and NEU, PCS and Unite trade unions. Personal capacity
    Charlotte Lewer
    Joe La Gala
    Marc Fusé
    Harriet Holman Penney
    Kiwi Tokoeka
    Rebecca Jonas
    Natalie Wearden
    Krystyna Elliott-Nowobilska
    Lucas Dennis
    Scott Long – Human Rights Activist
    Drew Curry, Campaigns and Equality Coordinator, KU
    Phill Dowler, NUS NEC, NUS LGBT+ Committee (Open Place), Green Party Member,
    Bex Large
    Caroline McPhail
    Jenny Aster – Co-Chair City, University of London Staff LGBT+ Network
    Andrea Westlake
    Mark Westlake
    Elizabeth Speight
    Katharine A Gilchrist
    Alice Mapley
    Sara Yorke
    Tracey Farrar
    Leonora Bowers – President, UCL Atheist Secularist and Humanist Society
    Rachel Snee
    Gabriella Schmidt – Actor
    Roisin Armstrong
    Steph Smith
    Aiden Dutton
    Lysander Dove – manager, Bar Wotever
    Lauren Edwards
    Sadie Crabtree
    Laurie Hill
    Stanley Croall – Trans Welfare Officer, LGBT+ committee, University of Sheffield
    Hannah Roberts – Staff Nurse, University College London Hospital
    Louise Ryan – Artist & activist
    Clare Donna Burton
    Yasmin Aston-Patel, company director
    Moriganne Friadt – Belgian trans activist
    Beth Hunt
    Jayleigh Stretton
    Geir Kjelland
    Jess Thrift
    Sebastian Wharmby-Hancock
    Toni Jacobs – Trustee Derbyshire LGBT+ Pride
    Ella Sandeman
    Mark Shrimpton – Retired Discrimination Law Trainer
    David Ian Pugh
    Darien Mae Watson
    Nikita Kalhan
    Jack Bennett
    Lola Phoenix – London LGBT Youth Support Worker
    Ceri Lambert
    Oliver Kosc
    Katie Manor – Trans Performer
    Dani Alberici
    Eleanor Lister
    Casey Ryan
    Tom Price
    Catherine Robinson
    Jacqui Henshaw RN
    Joanne Ainscough – Vice Chair – Membership, Morecambe and Lunesdale CLP
    Julie Battesti
    Nicole Robinson – Rainy City Roller Derby
    Revd Eva McIntyre
    Simon Haskew – NASUWT
    James Nye, Writer and Composer
    Christina Downes
    Rachel Anne Cartwright – Member of the Green Party of England and Wales
    Neil Wilkinson – Labour Party member
    Maria O’Neill
    Orlaith Whelan, queer cis woman
    Craig Gent, Novara Media
    Emily Galvin
    Clare Bonetree – Green Party Member
    Kirsty McKay
    Jo Liss
    Louise Pemberton
    Billy Frugal
    Steph Masters
    Milli-Mai Grist
    Katie McCallion, St Barnabas Church, Bethnal Green
    Theresa Blignaut
    Mary Somers-Harris
    Phillippa Walker
    Samwise Shuttleworth
    Sophie Chapman
    Reina Mercado
    Mia Singer – Trans film maker
    Layla Abbott – Twitch Streamer
    Ana Maria Lopez-Ruiz
    Kathryn Iredale
    Penny Goodman – Headingley and Hyde Park Liberal Democrats
    Sophie Chamberlain
    David J Smith – Momentum, Unite
    Elly Hadaway
    Gemma Rayner James
    Emi Howard
    Marcin Syta
    Nellinda Sage – Primary Teacher
    Mahri-claire Beere
    Ronan Roberts
    Sarah Erickson
    Michaela Bennison
    Vanessa Thompset
    Caitlin Edwards
    Steven Buckle Spears – Member of Shropshire Green Party
    Calum Shepherd
    Carleen Roberts, Registered Mental Health Nurse
    Amy Leverington
    Louise Trenchard
    Alyx Louis Kast
    Laurie Penny
    Tamsyn Hawkins – Vice Chair UCU LGBT+ Members Standing Committee (personal capacity)
    Veerle Ros
    Bryony Mason
    Nicky Hines
    Rebecca Drake
    Green Smith
    Jack Mason-Goodall – autism therapy worker
    Rachel Pimm
    Krissy Mahan
    Danielle Aguado
    George Evelyn Hewlett
    Chris Eaves
    Jordana Greenblatt – Vice-President of the Comparative Gender Studies Committee of the International Comparative Literature Association
    Jordan Harrison
    Aberdeen Powell – LGBT+ rep for Peterhouse, Cambridge, Trans* rep for the CUSU Disabled Students’ Campaign
    Abbie Ellen Robinson
    Katya Lee-Browne
    Maz Pucik
    Terry Conway – Islington N CLP LGBT officer, Islington Unite Community chair (pc)
    Alicia Price
    Cindy Luker
    Susan Gilchrist
    Georgina Gledhill
    Ashley Tuffin – Student, Edge Hill University
    K D Burge
    Ellen Chen
    Suzanne Timmons
    Aemelia Heilling
    Catt Turney
    Rachel Evans – nGendr
    Carol Cody – UCU NW Women’s Equality Rep
    Esther Julian
    Heather Paterson – LGBT+ campaigner and writer
    Melisé L. Leech
    Lisa Jacks
    P. Miller
    Jamie Hollis
    William Bunch
    Grecia Acton – Trustee of Chrysalis, Counsellor
    Bryn Williams – NHS Doctor and Trans Activist
    Bowen Whiteoak – Coventry and Warwickshire Unite Community Equalities Officer ( personal capacity )
    Jessica Crowley
    Joseph Dutton – Former youth Sex and Relationships educator
    David Court
    Sian Bragginton
    Lindsay Smith
    Emmanuelle Smith
    Settimio Fiorenzo Palermo – Labour Member
    Kei Patrick – trans poet, student at Wadham College, Oxford
    Daniel Allen – Co-Musical Director, London Gay Symphonic Winds
    Craig Ross
    Yuri Manca
    Veronica Gillies
    Catherine Leatherbarrow
    David Brannan
    Janette Brannan
    Jan Bikker
    Jo Brewis
    Raynah Thomas
    Chloe Orkin
    Andrew Longland-Meech
    Boyd Steele
    Alexandra Ferro Kirby
    Hedd Lloyd
    Bobby Brill
    Michael Noon
    Katie Danaher
    Marty Eaver
    Sydney Gagliano
    Rebecca McCormick
    Tom Bird – Anarchist
    Chris Hall
    Jeanne Marie Hardin – Volunteer, Boston Pride
    Tom Oakley
    Mitch Mainstone – Student, Hertford College, Oxford and a member of the LGBTQIA+ Society at Oxford University
    Ade Deane-Pratt
    Rich Daley – Central & Outer Leeds Green Party
    Deborah Espect
    Danny Butler
    Felicity Grey
    Romham Gallacher, founder of Radical Access Mapping Project
    Radical Access Mapping Project (signed as organisation)
    Sam Mortimer
    Kate Dickinson
    Ginger Tart – Founder of OxPHWOARd and the Oxfordshire Drag Collective
    Ynda Jas – Non-binary London, Everyday Cissexism, Bar Wotever, Queen Mary University of London
    Sian Evans
    Geoffrey Alan
    Daisy-May Nash
    Isaac Boothman
    Trystan Kent
    Hannah Mansell
    Joe Royle
    Sandra Wellstead
    Stella Wiseman
    Jane Darling
    Aiden Beck – BEAT research and policy advisor
    Emma Corris
    Val Matthews
    Lizzi Richards
    Guy Garrud
    Spencer Slade
    Gabrielle Day
    Theo Ayres
    Rebekah Ball – LGBT+ Labour member
    Jordan Eyre – Bisexual aerospace engineer
    Kelly Shaver
    Katherine McMahon
    Aivin Gast
    Claire Davies – Green Party member
    Gary Byrne
    Xander James – YouTuber and Activist
    Nicholas Hamish MacCloy
    Marica Moscati
    Cassie Fox
    Izzie Roberts
    Simon Timmins
    JUST A BALL GAME? – LGBT+ football campaign organisation, no to HBT abuse.
    Wyldwood (Druid Order)
    Wyldwood Radio (International Pagan Radio Station)
    Ellan Parry
    Em Richards
    Rachel Humphrey (Christians at Pride)
    Amber Evans, Co-founder of Not Alone Plymouth
    Emma Gibbons
    Robyn Norfolk – Worcester CLP Diversity Co-ordinator
    Jacquelyn Howard, Programmes Director, Mobilisation Lab
    Yvonne Billimore
    Joss Allen
    Denis Walker – Treasurer, LGBTIQA+ Greens & South East Essex Green Party
    Katy Jon Went, GenderAgenda
    Bienam Perez
    Sarah Aoun
    Julia Phyall
    Rudy Loewe, visual artist
    Charlie Cameron
    Millie Burgh
    Celine Davis
    Melony Chitwood
    Joyce Pfleeger
    Sharmane Johnson
    Robert Autry Shaw
    Shawneen Bear
    Yas S. Dominguez
    Heather Brunhilde Choppin
    Joseph Lane Parrilla
    Adam Fullerton
    Zeke Hidori
    Gregory Gibbs
    Mari Ko
    Tom Titus
    Nick Kempin
    Rin Kost
    Suika Ibuki
    Kurt Hoogstraat
    Cianan Russell
    Saleem Ahmad Kamandy
    Anand McCormac
    Roger Sanchez
    Nyri Ani
    Thera Alley
    Justin Everett
    Michael S. Wright
    Raven Kodama
    Kimiko Wheatly
    Olivia Bernkastel
    Taevian Montgomery Bolds
    Bavankanth Chandrasekaran
    Lyra Dunseith – trans equality members’ rep, PCS Proud Executive
    Pearl Pelfrey
    Jo Lane
    Shakira R. Salazar
    Henry Jacobs
    Daisy Culver
    Ella O’Doherty
    Lukas Hartshorne
    Gwenyth E N Withers
    Matthew Garner
    Arno Devo
    Helen O’Neill – Centrica/British Gas LGBT+ Network Events Coordinator
    John Mark Hoggard
    Caleb Melia
    Maria Mansisto Haartveit,
    Josh Middleton
    Nick Wilkins
    Andy G. Brown
    Ioanna Matte, Psychotherapist,
    Tell Cabrera
    Jennifer Cutcliffe
    Catherine Kilkenny
    Jason Cavalier
    Dr Sophie Quinney, GP for Welsh Gender Team
    Kathryn Strom
    Veronica Crossan
    David Brierley – Secretary, University of Manchester LGBTQ Society, 2017-2018
    Johannah Buchan
    Vida O’Riordan
    Christine Beckett – Transwoman. Strawberry Girl Photography
    Beth Watson – founder of Bechdel Theatre
    Stefani Winslade
    Elia Habib
    Niall Murphy – VP/Secretary Royal Holloway Young Greens
    Lois Mortimer
    Sally Hyman
    Fiona Hutchinson
    Dr Josh Campbell – A&E doctor and Christian LGBT+ activist
    Petar Marinov – Isle of Wight Green Party
    Ronald Stewart – Policy Development Coordinator, Green Party Executive
    Liam Mercer – Bar Wotever crew
    Colin Wilson – Joint Secretary, No to Pinkwashing (personal capacity)
    Anjali Jeter
    Leeds Anti-Fascist Network
    Jonathan Leggett – member of West Oxford and Abingdon Labour Party
    Stephen Glenn – Co-ordinator LGBT+ Lib Dems Northern Ireland
    Beth Yoraf
    Adam Cummins
    Cassie Agbehenu
    Kathryn Haley-Halinski – non-binary PhD student at the University of Cambridge
    Jess Rogers
    Zia Álmos Yeshua
    Connor James Willmington-Holmes
    Yodhi Bergman
    Sam O’Brien
    Jerry Sullivan
    Akiko Hart
    Philippa Whittaker – Former Chair, UCU North West Regional Committee
    Eleanor Lisney
    Zain Jamshaid – Ph.D. candidate, University of Chicago
    Hazel Croft
    AS Center for the Empowerment Youth of people who are living with HIV and AIDS, Serbia
    Zoe Varcoe
    Toby Horkan, LGBTIQA+ Greens Committee
    Natasha Armstrong
    PJ Macleod
    Stef Garasto
    Caitlin Spice – Author of The Silver Path
    Lynne Burns
    Helen Beaumont
    Ian Holdsworth – Co-Chair of both York LGBT Forum (Charity) and the University of Leeds Staff LGBT Network
    Erika Godwin – LGBT Activist
    Sarah Louise Breach
    Loucile Doussin
    Chloe Jones
    Stephanie Foulds – University of York
    Edward Watson
    Asa Willoughby
    Jenn Rubenstein, Washington, DC
    Catherine Redshaw
    Yann Allsopp
    Alex Perea – LGBT Labour Party member
    Paula Collins
    Dixie Betterton, Sparta, TN,USA
    Saira Weiner
    Rhiannon Lockley – UCU NEC
    John Hoey
    Laura Welsh – NHS Worker
    Nakul Pande
    Craig Turnbull
    Joanna Williams
    Robert Lapinus Morgan
    Julie Walsh
    Nathaniel Cole
    Xinyi Wang
    Don Ly
    Antony McManus – Equal Love, Melbourne Australia
    Fiona Shaw
    Vernon Farmer – Labour Party Member
    Kevin O’Neill
    Beth Stevenson – NUS LGBT+ Committee, Bath Feminism and Gender Equality (Chair)
    Adèle Anderson. Patron of Humanists UK
    Chloe Hawes
    Keira Leike, artist & activist
    Rev. L.J. McFarland-Groves
    Shepherd McKee
    Rebecca Jane Degnan
    Husein Aoni
    Lily Avery
    Kevin O’Neill – Bears Against Bigotry
    Elizabeth Turner
    Jennie Brennen
    Stacey Potts
    Lizzie Masterton
    Reubs Walsh – Social Neuroscientist, (trans)Feminist, former Pride in London CAB Trans rep
    Tizz Blue, Coordinator, Pride Priders
    Rosie Shewell-Brockway
    Amy Owens
    Emily Heng – trans woman refugee
    Eric Bateson, National Education Union LGBT+ National Organising Forum member
    Danielle Callaghan
    Lorraine Callaghan
    Mike Bucher
    Riocárd Ó hOddail
    Daniele Gianotti, University of Sydney
    Kacey Cooper-stone
    Nicola Poole
    Craig Nowell
    Fien Johanna
    Paula Goodwin – Chair and trustee of Croydon Pride and a board member of TransPALS,
    Ashwin Caffery
    Nic Shall
    Stephen Arnold
    Mikayla Novak
    Vi Pham
    Moyo Amoo-Peters, BME Rep for Pride Soc, Edinburgh University, NUS Scotland Trans Comittee Rep
    Rev. Kathryn Davis
    Rachel Nobes – Norwich Pride Mascot
    Renata M. Magiera
    Rahn Kim
    Theodore Bigelow – GRCC StandOut Treasurer
    Kylie A. Brewton
    Ben Murphy
    Louis-Georges Schwartz
    Isabelle Clavering
    Alice Dee
    Peter Wood
    Sue Sutherland
    Anja Weiser Flower
    Ruby Mountford, on behalf of the Melbourne Bisexual Network
    Joanne Monck
    David Dinham
    Lydia searle – company director
    Aurelio John Patierno
    Dominic Davies – CEO Pink Therapy
    Angela Emms BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), MCSP
    Lucinda Murray, Out on the Shelves
    Johannes Robbertze
    Sophie Meredith Watson
    Leanne Bennett
    Alice Finden
    Toni Veress, HIV consultant
    Lindsey Moore – Secretary & HCA co-ordinator Transpire Transgender support group
    Carla Ecola, Director – The Outside Project
    Keith Huang
    Jack Ash: Equality Trainer & Parent
    Kalina Krsoska
    Kira M. Del Mar
    Kaari Strack
    Olivia Hunter
    Sophie Yates Lu – Programme Manager, Campaign Bootcamp
    Shirley Razbully
    Juliet Kemp
    Ren Aldridge (Petrol Girls)
    Nic Hoile
    Katie Becker, International Subgroup Coordinator, York LGBT Forum
    Kai Moore – Secretary of Navigate Brighton
    Ellie Standeven
    Jared Sacks
    Zoe Tresise, Social Worker and incredibly proud mother of a FTM son
    Kenneth Whyte
    Trevor Thurston-Smith
    Laurie Raye – Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society
    Elizabeth Hirst, Welsh Equality Alliance
    James Connick
    Amy Smith
    Libby Simpson
    Claire Douglas – transwoman
    Kate Furnell
    Cassian Lodge
    Carol Just
    Jess Hawkins, admin, , Transpire – Transgender Support Group
    Megan Archer
    Joy Stacey
    Laura Hughes Funk the Borders
    Larissa Caroline Nikolaus
    Brandon Walsh-Alexander
    M Parker
    Lauren Small
    Mark Edwards
    Regan Burree
    Norena Shopland
    Juliet Shapiro
    Jason Peper
    Nikolai Little, University of Surrey LGBT+ President
    Wendy Ginsberg
    Keegan Hall-Browne
    Rhiannon Gallacher
    Caitlin Gwynn
    Joe Hudson – University of Surrey
    Jenny Mugridge
    Julia Hartviksen – PhD Candidate Department of Gender Studies London School of Economics and Political Science
    Ed Briggs
    Rebecca Williams
    Jo McKillop AMRSB, University of Roehampton (personal capacity)
    Daragh Healy
    Selina Griffin
    Sophie Kira Ross
    Anusia Manduk-Cheyne (counselor)
    Violet Macdonald
    Caraden Davis
    Maxx Ginnane – film-maker, founder of Market without Borders
    Tess Clothier – Women’s Officer, University of Surrey LGBT+ Society
    Otamere Guobadia, Journalist, Stonewall Social Media Officer, Former OULGBTQSoc President
    Ellen Graham, Central & Outer Leeds Green Party
    Oliver Bennathan – parliamentary researcher & Labour member
    Sinéad Miller
    Alison Bender
    Jennie Rigg, Chair LGBT+ Lib Dems
    Jac Patoto
    Megan Cassidy, on behalf of University College Dublin LGBTQ+ Society
    Michael Boucher
    Matthew Irwin
    Charlotte Fawcett
    Lois Edlin
    Rebecca Huck
    Katy Davies
    Lucy Kamper
    Alex Deas
    Shon Faye – Dazed
    Sian Stenson
    Holly Chetan-Welsh
    Erin King – Co-founder, Not Alone Plymouth
    Ashlee Christoffersen, University of Edinburgh
    Tony Fenwick MBE – CEO Schools OUT UK/LGBT History Month
    Dr Kat Alcock, Principal Clinical Tutor and Widening Access Lead, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, UCL
    Mx Jack Fellows (They / Them) BSc in Chemistry, University of York
    R S Hewitt BSc (Hons) – Secretary and Trustee Outline Surrey
    Hilde Stephansen
    Gill Pierce
    Chantel C Graham, Co-host The Queer Truth podcast
    Gillian Caine
    Shawn McClane
    Jeff Ingold
    Karoline Pauls
    Kerry Rush – Founder of Positive Change Arts Projects
    Samantha Odonnell
    Vee Collins
    Stevie-Jo McClane
    Florence Oulds, Cambridge University Students’ Union
    Will Priddis
    Kati Silverberg
    Mhairi Bell-Moodie
    Rosalynde Boyden
    Terri Lamerton
    Philip Whitfield – LGBT Officer, Stockton South Constituency Labour Party
    Sam Irving
    Karen Wilson
    Joanna McCall
    Charlie Keller
    Tom Brook, Labour Co-op Councillor for Bishopston & Ashley Down, Bristol City Council
    Isela González Vázquez (University of Sheffield)
    Dr. Daniel Growcott, Southampton
    Joseph Dempster UNISON UCL branch LGBT Officer
    Didi Brown
    Keith Barber
    Steve Keeble
    Ben Lord
    Valerie Legg
    Adam Keys
    Rochelle WIlliams
    John Botterill
    Katie Cole
    Charlie Clarkson
    Laurie Atkinson, Psychotherapist
    Sophie Payling
    Sarah Gosling
    Robert Oakes
    Sarah Gordon
    Ms. Marlo De Lara – Doctoral Candidate, University of Leeds
    Kev Daintree
    Elliot Vaughn
    Elly Fagan
    Dr. Vik Loveday, Goldsmiths, University of London
    Peter Twining
    Paula Woof
    Martyn Briggs
    Kate Hannan
    Frey Kwa Hawking
    Ian Bower
    Lalah-Simone Springer
    Caroline Old, Bi cis-woman and trans ally
    Steven Butler
    Liana Pigeot
    Merline Evans – Admin, Transpire transgender Support group
    Alice Nicholls
    Senator Janet Rice, Australian Greens LGBTIQ spokesperson
    Juliet Chard
    Jack Schofield, University of Oxford
    Theo Gadd
    Cath Price
    Christine Evans
    Ben Niehoff
    Zoe Cassandra
    Sophie Buijsen
    Anglesey Druid Order
    Lucas Honey
    Leanne Honey
    Graeme Brittles, Leeds Central Labour Party Member
    John Howard
    Adam Harmsworth, member of Socialist Party of England and Wales
    Graeme Thomson
    Gee Thomson
    Adam Lowe – LGBT History Month Poet Laureate; publisher, Vada Magazine; founder, Young Enigma
    Rosie Dunnett
    Krissie Beadle
    Arrhen Lichten
    Justine Smithies
    Buffalo Gough
    Robin Webber
    Sophie Cole – Transwoman, Cambridge
    Terry Cornelius Keane
    Ryan M McEvoy
    Iris Fritschi-Cussens
    Allie Whiteley
    Phil Vabulas – Co-Chair, Southwark Green Party
    Cantor Tamara Hope Wolfson
    Natalie Pearse
    Simon Pearson
    Jessica Rowbottom, musician, “The Bleeding Obvious”
    Grace Cheetham
    Edward Crooks, Orpheus Institute, Ghent
    Cinn Wilson
    Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett, Former Chair of the Community Advisory Board 2016-2017, Parliamentary & LGBT+ Activist
    David Wilson
    Ant Bridle
    Paul Weaver – Green Party Equality and Diversity Committee
    Alexander Bird
    Loyd Emmerson – Chair, Green Party North East Lincolnshire
    Rebecca Markland – Trainee Educational Psychologist
    Alixandrea Corvyn
    Daniel Hall
    Philippa Downey
    Diana James
    Jenna Fowler – LGBT rights activist
    Samantha Briffett
    Jamie Chatterton
    Adam Wheeler – LGBTQ+ Supporter
    Marci Hawkins
    Kitty Calderbank
    Rachael Williams, Programmer at Five Miles and Rye Wax
    Mandy Taylor (Maternity Nurse,Artist,Writer,Poet,Transexual)
    Jack Evans
    Valeria Palma
    Deborah Newbound
    Alexander Montgomery, LGBT officer and Branch Secretary of Cambridge University Hospitals UNISON branch
    Leigh Price
    Lindsey Watson
    Silvia Ef Translator, Writer, Volunteer, LGBTQ Activist and Advocate
    Netta Chachamu
    Ego Rodriguez
    Lou Viner
    Jennifer A Clifford Msc Bsc MBPsS
    Lou Hanna, transdyke indépendant researscher and writer
    Gareth HACKNEY
    Lorenzo Peter Mason

    1. “trans people pose no threat to cis women”
      There are moments when it’s hard to believe they get away with being so baldfaced. Even using their own newspeak, they could easily say “we condemn members of the trans community who promote violence against cis women, including those identifying as lesbians” but they never do.
      It’s such a privileged position. If women so much as point out men commit the majority of violence, there’s always some MRA on board to invoke Aileen Wuornos or misrepresent child abuse statistics. Same for any racial minority. And certain circles love trotting out how lesbians supposedly have higher DV rates, despite the sex of the abusing partner not being documented in their favorite source.
      But trans people (we know they mean the “women”) are always delicate flowers, sweet little muffins being smooshed by a cruel society. And the perpetrators are never homophobic and racist “cis” men or johns. No it’s women, ESPECIALLY lesbians, with a few signs or words on a screen, denying them their right to never have hurt feelings or to always have somewhere to stick their dick.
      It’s almost like modern transactivism’s refusal to address violent men says something 🤔

    2. A veritable who’s who list of lesbophobic virtue signallers. Something for posterity when good people claim they were never a part of this Orwellian nightmare. For a moment, I thought this was a letter condemning lesbian exclusion in Pride. Silly me. On a positive note, it looks like this action put the fear of Goddess into some people. They’re correctly seeing these few brave lesbians as representing a groundswell of opposition among people they thought they could take for granted (and abuse as they wished).

      1. I was going to say….the list reads like the usual gang of idiots. As for the exclusion, one has to love their Orwellian manipulation of the language, to justify the levels of cruelty, violence and erasure done in the name of the creepy, intellectually dishonest brigade.

      1. Cut to the chase:
        Are there any famous classic rock stars who signed this statement, that I should know about? I don’t see Rob Halford.
        Let me know if/when Rob shows up.

  16. I guess Agent 007 is unaware of male to trans killing lesbian families, or of male to trans raping women…. or male to trans in prison as convicted child molesters, women murderers and rapists, who then insist they are women to be housed with women prisoners, guess he doesn’t know about this stuff. Oh, and lesbians don’t obey men or want men leading Dyke Marches which were created as spaces for LESBIANS to gather in large groups, which hardly ever happens anywhere, because MEN think they own public space. Guess he ignores all the creepy male to trans porn and the sexualizing of lesbians in that porn, making US objects once again, nah, this nevah evah happens.

    1. Well, I’ve heard of the “give the trans the prison housing that they want and ignore the critics” thing a few months ago on another site. But I haven’t really found anything about the rest.
      But considering how they run to the cotton ceiling excuse when things aren’t going their way, I’m not surprised that it already happens on an regular basis and gets swept under the rug.

  17. That long list of GBTers saying that pride excluded trans, well no, it was not a pride parade it was a DYKE MARCH, pride parades are about male control and vast numbers, celebrating males, lesbians are merely tokens or cheap labor. Get it right DYKE is not a “Pride’ parade. Lesbians invented Dyke marches because pride parades never centered lesbians ever.

  18. Is there any actual substantive support one could give anonymously? Monetary support and the like? At the very least, in my opinion, women should be able to have private intimate places, like showers and restrooms without penises in there.

  19. This is so impressive. And interesting that these courageous Lesbians were safer at this Pride Parade than in any Dyke March now that the trannies and their women cocksuckers are ready to attack Lesbians who march for Lesbian rights and identity.
    I’m still in shock that anyone can seriously refer to “trans-Lesbians” or “transwomen” as if such an obvious appropriation by our worst oppressors was possible. I so wish that women and Lesbians as a group would have the courage and clarity of the Black community is saying no to Rachel Dolezal.
    The lying and projection and mindfucking and gaslighting is endless (which still continues on our local Lesbian list in the SF Bay Area about the SF Dyke March). I long for justice, but this helps.

  20. All that long list of names and organizations does is prove the point the amazing London lesbians were making. Being that the entire PRIDE Enterprise, centers and marches et al do not support lesbian self identification or support lesbians in any real way.

  21. The list totally proves what we have said all along, the GBT in no way supports or honors lesbians. So let’s get to work honoring each other, setting up private events, rebuilding the lesbian world! I’m really excited about the new women, the new energy, free of the chain around my neck that is GBT.

  22. Archiving:
    We are a group of feminists, many of whom identify as lesbian or whose politics were influenced by lesbian culture. We are cisgender, we are non-binary and we are trans. All of us are active in the arts, community organising, the media and education. We have all benefited from the deep analysis, radical lifestyle and astonishing bravery of the lesbian feminists who came before us – actions that we understood to be about dismantling the patriarchy, liberating all women from gendered oppression and re-imagining the future.
    Therefore, we were dismayed to see Pride in London being hijacked by a fringe group determined to divide the LGBTQIA+ community along the issue of trans rights, particularly rights for trans women, and arguing that the struggle for such rights erases cisgender lesbians.
    This cannot stand.
    We re-state our support for trans people everywhere. Transitioning in a transphobic society is a brave – sometimes medical – decision. It is not a fad. We have a long way to go in defeating sexism, homophobia and transphobia. We have a long way to go to defeat the systems of class, border control and racism that re-enforce them. But we know bigotry when we see it; we recognise the difference between critique and hatred.
    The flyers that were handed out during the protest claim lesbians are being mocked, vilified and undermined. Yes, the broader LGBTQIA+ umbrella houses people with deeply problematic views, misogyny and lesbophobia among them. However, these views are expressed by many different people, cis, non-binary and trans. There was almost no mention of this. So we can only read this protest as a deliberate attack on trans women.
    It isn’t trans women who are detaining lesbians and deporting them to countries where homosexuality is illegal. It isn’t trans women running down the NHS so that lesbians can’t access the health care they need. It isn’t trans women profiting from weapons which threaten people all over the global south, including lesbians. The actions of the protestors on Saturday showed how little they took into account structural inequality; how little thought has been given to the manner in which this moment in which trans rights are being championed is intricately bound up with future radical, liberatory struggles.
    Lesbian feminists of all genders have fought long and hard, against people who called us pretended families, ugly, mannish, undesirable, aggressive, mad, man-hating and so on. It is wrong that this small group of cis lesbians has turned their back on this struggle in order to spread the same kind of dangerous lies about Trans women. It is not in the spirit of the feminist movement. It is unsisterly.
    Yes, Pride was a protest and is an important part of trans-feminist history. However we are not without a criticism of Pride in London. Not only for the fact that the organisers allowed this stunt, but because Pride itself has become a place for companies and organisations that have not historically played any part in the struggle for LGBTQIA+ rights, but now use the parade as a platform to sanitise their activities. Banks with deeply racist, colonial histories. Companies like G4S that run inhumane detention centres where many black and brown lesbian women are processed like cattle and sent back to the places they’ve experienced poverty and violence – the legacies of colonialism. Let’s also not forget the many instances of Islamophobia, with groups holding placards reading “Fuck Islam” under a militant secularism that led to Muslim Leaders making formal complaints.
    The irony is that the protestors failed to point out these obvious and active factors in the continued, structural oppression of women, trans and queer people here and abroad. Instead they hijacked a moment in which a vital yet threatened public service, the NHS, on its 70th anniversary, was leading from the front.
    Trans women are an essential part of an intersectional and successful feminist struggle. The astonishing campaign in Ireland to legalise abortion patently understood that abortion rights and trans rights go hand in hand. March 8th saw the meeting of sex workers, trans activists, ex-detainees, immigration activists and cinema ushers march through London together to show the beautiful intersecting frontline of radical organising today.
    As a diverse group whose connection and commitment to lesbian feminist culture, past, present and future, is deep rooted and strong, we are here to remind the protesters that you can’t pick and choose your history.
    There are many campaigns and acts of solidarity we can be engaged in, including:
    Speaking up for trans rights and helping reform the Gender Recognition Act.
    Letter-writing to LGBTQI prisoners through Bent Bars project
    Donating to Ubuntu, the first dedicated shelter in the UK that provides short term accommodation for migrant women with no recourse to public funds
    Donating to Action for Trans* Health which seeks to improve trans* people’s access to healthcare.
    Either you work for the liberation of all or you work for the liberation of no-one.
    Jay Bernard
    Nazmia Jamal
    Natasha Nkonde
    Chardine Taylor Stone
    Sita Balani
    Harley Yeung Kurylowski
    Kishani Widyaratna
    Anna Backman Rogers
    Olivia Gragnon
    Daniella Shreir, Editor Another Gaze feminist film journal
    CA Conrad
    Emma Frankland, actor/performer
    Candice Carty-Williams
    Joelle Taylor, writer
    Jason Barker, actor, filmmaker
    Sarah Shin, Silver Press
    Zak Suffee, researcher
    Simran Hans, writer
    Ania Ostrowska, academic and writer
    Sarah Jane Moon – artist
    Sadie Lee – artist
    Dr Leanne Dawson – Lecturer, University of Edinburgh and Chair, Scottish Queer International Film Festival
    Sarah Moore – LGBTQ+ community centre
    Dana Mohammed – musician
    Charlotte Richardson andrews – Journalist and cultural worker
    Kayza Rose – AZ Magazine
    Tricia Tuttle
    Emma Smart
    Beth Ditto
    Ella Duffy
    Caroline Bird, poet
    Nadya Kay
    Hannah Silva
    Zinzi Minott
    Roz Kaveney, poet
    Zorian Clayton
    Laurie Penny
    Charlotte Geater, Reunion Poetry Collective
    Sara Saab, Reunion Poetry Collective
    Sara Marquez, Reunion Poetry Collective
    Rebecca Larkin, Reunion Poetry Collective
    So Mayer
    Sophie Robinson
    Ruth Russell
    Tamsin Bookey
    Mary Jean Chan, poet
    Louise Wallwein MBE
    Grace Petrie
    Dr Francis Ray White
    Dr Ros Murray
    Ochi Reyes
    Louise Carolin
    Campbell X – Film and TV
    Ain Bailey – sound artist
    Hannah Lane
    Margo Broom – Music Producer
    Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski
    Rachel Aggs
    Pratibha Parmar, Professor & film maker
    Shaheen Haq, Architect & film maker
    Stella Duffy, writer
    Shelley Silas, writer
    Louise Mulcahy
    Jeni Bainbridge
    Rob Johnson
    Ellie Gore
    Mae Shuttler
    Taranjit Chana
    Nim Ralph
    Deborah Grayson
    Hannah Brock
    Scottee – Artist + Activist
    Sophie Pritchard
    Ingo Cando
    Alexandra Wanjiku Kelbert
    Phe Amis
    Andrea Luka Zimmerman
    Monica Karpinski, writer and publisher
    Dr Ruth Pearce
    Holly Combe
    Megan Key – Trans activist, D&I specialis
    Concepta Cassar – Writer and Secretary at South Telford Branch Labour Party
    Juno Roche – writer
    Jane Czyzselska
    Sarah Moore
    Sarah Kerton
    Eleanor Margolis
    Juliette Schaaf, LGSMigrants
    Molly Fleming – journalist
    Emily Hutchinson, LGSMigrants
    Amy Pennington – Artist
    Kate Hodkinson – LGSM Migrants
    Savva Smirnov – LGSM Migrants
    Taisie Tsikas – LGS Migrants
    Hannah Phoebe-Bowen
    Lui Asquith
    Dr Caoimhe Mader McGuinness
    Clio Unger
    Len Lukowski
    Melissa Rakshana Steiner
    Dr Ronx, Emergency medicine doctor
    Juliet Jacques, writer & filmmaker
    Sabah Choudery
    Rowan Kinchin
    Heena Patel
    D H Kelly
    Dr Ellie Gore
    Joan Jones, artist & performer
    Elly Robson
    Sue O’Sullivan
    Leo D’Marco
    Phe Amis
    Melissa Cespedes del Sur
    Ellie Stamp, artist
    Nadira Wallace
    Ray Filar
    Shaun Mitchell
    Etzali Hernandez
    Tamanda Walker
    Mijke van der Drift
    Juno Dawson
    Nickolas Tang
    Jo Tyabji
    Yas Necati, Writer
    Chana Morgenstern
    Imani Robinson
    Sorryyoufeeluncomfortable Collective
    Li Hitchen
    Claire Armistead
    Reeta Loi Shaw
    Jules Mann
    Octavia Bright
    Debbie Sharp, artist
    Rosanne Robertson, artist
    Louise Hipwell, Bi and Beyond Edinburgh
    Liev Cherry
    Stav Bee
    Debbie Sharp

    1. What do they all not understand?
      There is no penis in intersectional feminism. No penis in lesbianism.
      And, there’s no Pride in misogyny.

    2. The *hypocrisy* of criticizing the lesbian protesters at London Pride for not also taking action against capitalism and imperialism and then ending with this list of possible specific forms of action:
      “Speaking up for trans rights and helping reform the Gender Recognition Act.
      Letter-writing to LGBTQI prisoners through Bent Bars project
      Donating to Ubuntu, the first dedicated shelter in the UK that provides short term accommodation for migrant women with no recourse to public funds
      Donating to Action for Trans* Health which seeks to improve trans* people’s access to healthcare.
      Either you work for the liberation of all or you work for the liberation of no-one.”
      So which one of those is going to save Middle Easterners being drone bombed or end the rapaciousness of FIRE (finance and real estate) capitalism?
      o rite
      *actually* these larger issues were just being invoked as empty whataboutery by a bunch of MRAs.

      1. Good catch, I forgot about the wretched of the earth needing free voice coaching first and foremost.

      2. ‘Either you work for the liberation of all or you work for the liberation of no one’
        Right. Way to decimate the left until there remain only perfectly blue coiffed, pro-pharma TRAs. The transactivist project understands that no one is perfect, so exploits purity politics to get rid of actual left activists.
        And, the injunction to focus on ‘larger issues’?
        From the people destroying the left, conducting search and destroy missions against long term antiwar/climate/housing activists, conducting mass inquisitions against people ‘who are or have ever been’ gender critical, who put allegiance to Gender above protesting war, FIRE capitalism and climate change?

    3. Well, that’s a lot of projection. Lesbian feminists are not the ones blaming trans for all the social political problems of the world. However, we are consistently blamed by trans people for male violence, whether “personal” or institutionalized at the governmental level. And we’re not the one muddying issues of “pride” with corporate sucking up either.

  23. Don’t recognize any of these names. The old all or nothing brigade strikes again I guess. But naturally ALL does not include radical lesbian feminists who refuse to drink the cool aid, those women don’t count and won’t get support from the women who just support the menz in dresses.

    1. The usual suspects. Except noticed Stella Duffy, she’s a famous lesbian (?) author and an early supporter of the UK Women’s Party (Women’s Equality Party, WEP). According to her twitter, which she put on hiatus after apparently experiencing cognitive dissonance related to her knee-jerk prioritizing of male fee fees over lesbian lives, she seems super clueless about the issues.
      Not to worry. Five years ago Sarah Ditum (for example) blogged against the rights of women to hold meetings amongst themselves without males attending, because women’s primary duty was to prioritize the feelings of men. https://sarahditum.com/2012/05/26/a-radical-feminist-plan-for-the-dissolution-of-gender/
      Not to single her out! At least she had the fortitude to revise her views after her consciousness was raised. All the Stella Duffy’s will do the same eventually. Hopefully they won’t do too much damage to lesbians and feminists in the meantime.

      1. Straight women can be unconsciously homophobic if they don’t consider lesbians in their analysis and/or don’t have any lesbian friends, or if they are completely male identified. But lesbians are the worst because so many of our friends have “transitioned”. So it’s personal.
        When testosterone injections first became a thing for lesbians the idea of butch dykes occupying “manhood” seemed really revolutionary. Like an enemy occupation. Much like the premise of today’s ManFriday campaign, except more profoundly subversive, a literal 24/7 uprising against “the man”.
        “Manhood” was open to any woman brave enough to punch their way into it (via testosterone needle stabs into themselves). It was revolutionary! Lesbians literally thought they would or could redefine manhood. They literally thought they could perform a coup via modern medicine. Fuck the man! This was widely celebrated. #OccupyMalePrivilege
        Many of the early prophets of this revolution died before their time and/or became chronically ill from various typically female mental/autoimmune diseases. (Leslie Feinberg,etc.)
        Others re-tooled the lesbian organizations they had originally helped to form, diverting resources away from women and towards actual males (Shannon Minter, etc.)

  24. Have these people been hiding under a rock, or living in a cave somewhere? Or, have they been living in a fantasy world of their own making, completely isolated from reality?
    Transwomen have been bullying, harassing, and threatening lesbians for years. This has been going on long before the lesbian phobic “Cotton Ceiling” was first coined by a trans porn star in 2012.
    Do these poor brainwashed people really think that carrying a few signs is as bad as slaughtering a lesbian family, or carrying around baseball bats to intimidate women? If so, they are completely delusional. Do these brainwashed people think that these signs are worse than actual death threats to women?
    At its very core, trans activism is homophobic. Redefining homosexuality itself is the ultimate form of homophobia. Homosexuality is based on same sex attraction not gender identity. Males will never be experience sexual pleasure the same was as females, so how can a male every know how lesbians, or any woman feels? It doesn’t matter how many hormones he takes, or if he gets surgery. Females will never experience sexual pleasure the same way as males.
    Same sex sexual behavior has been observed in most mammals and primates. What mammals and primates don’t do is change their sex. Bonobos are basically bisexual. There is no such thing as “gender identity” in primates. We can observe their sexual behavior, but we can’t see their “gender identity” because it doesn’t exist.
    So, homosexual behavior in primates is clearly rooted in biology. Not only is gender identity illogical, attempting to redefine homosexuality itself is the epitome of homophobia.
    Trans activism not only defies logic, it is clearly homophobic at its core. Transwoman have been making these statements for years,
    “Terms like gay and lesbian to imply attraction to the same sex are actually really transphobic”.
    Sophia Banks
    And, statements calling lesbians “vagina fetishists”
    “penises are female if they belong to a female. lesbians are attracted to women. being attracted to genitals is a fetish”
    4. Cotton ceiling and autogynephilia
    Lesbians have been under siege for years. The fact that trans/queer controlled LGBTQIAWTF (they keep adding new letters all the time) chose to ignore lesbians doesn’t mean the bullying and harassing hasn’t been going on for years.
    *Trans activists harassed the hell out of Michigan Women’s Music Festival. The trans attack on MichFest was very intense and ugly. People can’t bury the truth forever. We know what happened. This went on for years. Trans have their own events, but lesbians can’t have anything without trans taking over and colonizing every inch of the space. Just google gendertrender and Michigan Women’s Music Festival, or gendertrender and “walking spear”.
    *As I type this, a transwoman who was part of Camp Trans, Dana Rivers, is on trial in Oakland for slaughtering a lesbian family and trying to burn down their house. All trans/queer controlled LGBTQIAWTF buried the story as if it never happened, or say a “woman” committed the crime.
    There is no doubt in my mind whatsoever that all trans/queer controlled LGBTQIA are burying a hate crime and making a mockery out of California’s own hate crime laws as well as the Matthew Shepherd Act. Rivers is a heterosexual male who “transitioned” in midlife. He isn’t a gay man. So, we have a straight man with a history of protesting an event run by a lesbian that a lot of lesbians attended. He is charged with slaughtering a lesbian family in cold blood. I don’t know whether it’s true or not, but some sources say he tried to sexually proposition one of the women. Politics is the ONLY reason Dana Rivers wasn’t charged with a hate crime. Trans/queer control the LGBTQIA.
    *If straight men tried to pull off something as lesbian hating as the “Cotton Ceiling”, they would be branded homophobic cretins. In 2012, a male trans porn star coined the term “Cotton Ceiling” in an attempt to explain why lesbians don’t want a transwoman’s penis. Despite the fact that trans activists knew full well that this workshop was offensive to lesbians, and all women, they had their workshop. This workshop didn’t invite actual lesbians.
    The Cotton Ceiling? Really?
    4. Cotton ceiling and autogynephilia
    Every sentence in the flyers is true. If anything, it’s an understatement because the reality is much worse than what these brave women say.
    The lesbians at Pride were carrying a banner that says, “Trans activism erases lesbians”. This isn’t offensive. Some people can’t deal with the truth. People who actually take the time to do the research know this has been going on for years.
    (1.) Trans activism erases lesbians
    Lesbians identity is being colonized and co-opted by heterosexual males who call themselves “lesbian”. Males are not lesbian. Calling males “lesbian” is misogynistic and homophobic, not to mention just plain creepy. There is no such thing as “trans lesbians”. These are heterosexual cross dressing males.
    Google “trans lesbians”, and there are thousands of hits.
    “I’m a lesbian and a transgender woman—and those two aren’t mutually exclusive ”

    I’m a lesbian and a transgender woman—and those two aren’t mutually exclusive

    With the queer/trans take over of once lesbian media, we have “lesbian sex” advice telling us to get used to testicles and penis.
    “How to Have Lesbian Sex With a Trans Woman”
    Despite what trans/queer controlled media says, lesbian sex doesn’t involve a penis.
    “… So I’m here to help you have the best girl-on-girl sex you’ve ever had as or with a trans woman.
    If your partner is a trans woman, one way to start is to cup her whole penis and scrotum in your hand and massage them like you would a vulva. If she’s soft, try curving her shaft towards her belly and cupping her that way, holding her testicles and penis so that the penis is pointing up and the sensitive underside is exposed for your lubey fingers to explore. Or cup her testicles and use your thumb to massage the head.”

    How to Have Lesbian Sex With a Trans Woman

    Why doesn’t Autostraddle tell straight men to “cup the testicles” of transwomen? Or, Autostraddle could instruct gay men on how to have sex with FTMs. Tell gay men that a vulva is just like a scrotum and penis. It’s only lesbians who are bombarded with this rapey porn soaked nonsense.
    Lesbians have to read this porn soaked nonsense all the time. It’s ubiquitous on trans/queer controlled media.
    (2.) Trans activism erases lesbians
    Please take time to do some research. Historically, we do know that medical “transitioning” has been used as a form of homosexual eugenics. Indeed, it has been going on for years in Iran. In Iran, gay men and lesbians are being coerced into sex reassignment surgery. In western countries, we are more subtle with our particular brand of lesbian eugenics. Gender clinics start young girls out on GnRH analogues at age 10 or 11, and testosterone at 15 or 16. Lesbians are being “transitioned” to near extinction. The number of children referred to “gender clinics” has risen by at least 930 percent in the UK, and now the number of girls is more than the number of boys. We are talking about close to 1,000 percent increase in some clinics. This is not an exaggeration.
    Several sources are tracking this, and it does smack of lesbian eugenics. It’s not a matter of whether or not lesbian eugenics is happening, it’s a matter of degree. Below are a few links. Do the research.

    Why are more girls than boys presenting to gender clinics?

    President Obama, how is this not anti-gay conversion therapy?

    This is an excellent article based on research. Yes, medically “transitioning” 13, 14, and 15 year old girls is a form of lesbian eugenics.
    “The surgical suite: Modern-day closet for today’s teen lesbian”

    The surgical suite: Modern-day closet for today’s teen lesbian

    Another excellent article,
    “Do Youth Transgender Diagnoses Put Would Be Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Adults at Risk for Unnecessary Medical Intervention?”

    Do Youth Transgender Diagnoses Put Would Be Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Adults at Risk for Unnecessary Medical Intervention?

    (3.) Trans activism erases lesbians
    When lesbians are silenced, it’s a form of lesbian erasure. When lesbians are branded evil “TERFs” for expressing an opinion, lesbian voices are silenced. Make no mistake. Any woman, whether straight, bisexual, or lesbian, can be accused of “transphobia” for using the wrong pronoun.
    These are actual death threats, and they have been going on for years.
    Go to http://www.terfisaslur.com
    (4.) Trans activism erases lesbians
    The “Cotton Ceiling” is lesbian hatred on steroids.
    4. Cotton ceiling and autogynephilia
    The Cotton Ceiling? Really?
    (5.) Trans activism erases lesbians
    If convicted of slaughtering a lesbian couple and their son in their own home in the middle of the night, transwoman Dana Rivers would be guilty of literally erasing the physical existence of lesbians.
    Finally, trans activists are lying like hell when they say no transwoman (male) would ever harm women. Transwomen offend at the same rate as other males. This includes the same rate of violent crime and the same rate of sex crimes.
    As a lesbian, I fully support these brave women. It’s not their fault that trans/queer controlled LGBTQIA choose to live in complete denial.

  25. Nothing in the flyers and posters was offensive. That is, unless people think speaking truth to power is offensive. Saying “Lesbian = Female Homosexual” is TERF talk, but carrying around large cans of paint thinner and flares to set fires at Pride is totally cool. And, don’t forget the “I Punch TERFs” shirts.
    *Trans approved Pride etiquette
    Pink haired transwomen carry large cans of accelerant and flares to Pride hell bent on burning something. There is no doubt that the pink haired transwoman in this article, dressed in black with a bandanna over his face, intended to light a flag on fire. This is summer in a crowded area with flammable objects all around.

    Trans woman arrested at Philly Pride for allegedly attempting to set fire to ‘Blue Lives Matter’ flag

    If he did manage to set something on fire injuring people and causing chaos, what would trans do?
    The first thing they would do is screech at the media for using the wrong pronoun. Then, they would whine that he was sent to a men’s jail. This is exactly what they did in Philadelphia.
    Not one word from trans activists condemning this incident. Trans/queer controlled LGBTQIA remained silent. Their only concern was getting this violent male out of a men’s jail.
    Some of the felony charges were dropped, but the last time I checked Segin is still facing misdemeanor charges of possession of an instrument of crime and recklessly endangering another person.
    *Trans approved Pride etiquette
    Years of online TERF death threats aren’t enough.
    This is just a small sample http://www.terfisaslur.com
    They take it to Pride.
    At the 2017 SF Pride, a transwoman wore a “I Punch TERFs” shirt. The white shirt was covered in red paint to resemble blood. The red paint was clearly symbolizing TERF blood.
    Not only did a transwoman wear a “I Punch TERFs” shirt at a Pride, he also tweeted, “This is what gay liberation looks like”. Punching TERFs is what gay liberation looks like. This is exactly what he said. And, most transwomen, gender queer dudes aren’t gay. They are heterosexual or bisexual.
    Not one word from trans activists or trans/queer controlled LGBTQIA. In fact, Degenderettes even exhibited their baseball bats wrapped in barbed wire at the SF Public Library. The library made them get rid of their “I Punch TERFs” shirt” covered in red paint, but Degenderettes proudly displayed their baseball bats. I’m not talking about baseball bats used for baseball. These are multi-covered baseball bats clearly designed to be used as weapons, and to intimidate uppity terfy women.
    Gay men and lesbians need to wake up. Trans see no problem burning things at Pride, and they like to carry baseball bats. And, we do know that they have a history of violence. The “Trans Dykes are Good and Pure” shields were seen at the U.C. Berkeley protest that caused at least $100,000 of damage. I do hate Milo, but I believe in non-violent protest. Trans and queer are not like old school peace protesters. Judging by their behavior, they aren’t into Ghandi and King. Swinging baseball bats and lighting fires is more their style.

  26. Feminist Current interviewed one of these brave women.
    “…Today, in 2018, Lesbians who refuse so-called “transwomen” as sexual partners receive death threats and rape threats. The Pride committee called women who state that the penis is a male organ which has nothing to do with Lesbians “bigoted,” “ignorant,” and hateful.” Pride, as part of the GBT community, needs to be held accountable for their complicity with this modern form of rape culture which targets lesbians, specifically.
    AW: Here is another obvious example of Lesbian erasure and, in that particular case, black Lesbian erasure. It was a black Lesbian named Stormé DeLarverie who started up the riots. Claire Heuchan recently published a brilliant write up about it: when the police attacked, DeLarverie hit back, then was arrested. Heuchan explains that when Stormé complained about being cuffed too tightly, an officer hit her with a billy club, so she turned to the crowd and yelled, “Why don’t you guys do something?” This launched the Stonewall riots. Historically speaking, transgenderism was not an ideology at the time. Marsha and Sylvia, who are usually credited with starting the riot, were not “transwomen” — they were gay men and drag queens. This really needs to be seen as a patriarchal rewriting of history and erasure of black Lesbians’ significant role in the gay rights movement. The trans movement has not only been claiming gay men and drag queens as “transgender,” but also transing Lesbians in the past, claiming they were really “transmen” (because they were gender non-conforming). The case of Claude Cahun or Radcliff Hall are some of the most obvious example of that trend.
    ..Trans ideology and trans activism is no different than any male rights movement — it employs the same tactics men use against women to keep us in place: gaslighting, threats of violence, actual violence, shaming, ostracization, economic abuse, name calling, etc. ”
    INTERVIEW: Angela C. Wild of #GetTheLOut on Pride in London and Lesbian erasure, Feminist Current

    INTERVIEW: Angela C. Wild of #GetTheLOut on Pride in London and Lesbian erasure

    1. I just read this interview. Angela Wild also said:
      “Obviously, disobey. If you support women-only spaces, create those women only-spaces which we are not allowed to have today — even small ones. Have consciousness-raising groups and meet real women in real life — this is the basis of everything. There are a number of spaces that still exist — womyn-only gatherings have happened in France in the last two years, replicated in different parts of Europe this year. Women’s land, I am sure, exists everywhere. Find ones that are near you, go to them, and support them if you can. If you and your group are in a position to create one, do it. This is where the resistance is born in terms of building sisterhood, theory, and activism. It gives us strength and makes us feel as though we are part of a movement– this is why they are forbidden to us.”
      Thanks again, Gallus Mag, for providing that sort of space online.

  27. And everything returns to normal. Men want sex with women
    after a few changes in gender and orientation

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