Writer and Broadcaster Simon Fanshawe is pictured. He says the work he poured into founding the LGBT organisation Stonewall in the 1980s ‘is now in danger of being wrecked’
My jaw hit the floor during the Stonewall discrimination trial this week when the LGBT charity’s ‘head of trans inclusion’ Kirrin Medcalf took the stand and declared: ‘Bodies are not inherently male or female. They are just their bodies.’
But as those words sank in, my heart sank to my boots too. I was one of the six co-founders of Stonewall in the 1980s. Along with the others, I poured all my energy into making the organisation a formidable force for gay and lesbian rights.
All that work is now in danger of being wrecked, Stonewall’s reputation discredited, and its credibility squandered, by trans…
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