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[–] VestalVirgin 25 points Edited

Abuse? Lol, invading womens' spaces to rape and murder is the intended use of those reforms.

Men who don't have bad intentions do not invade womens' spaces. It is as easy as that.

Around 50% of trans prisoners in Scotland only discover their trans identity after being imprisoned for their crimes.

And all of a sudden this non binary shooter is now not ‘real trans’ so shouldn’t be referred to as NB. I’m sorry, but isn’t the whole point of self ID and gender identity ideology that people are who they say they are nobody else can say different? And haven’t rape victims been forced to refer to their rapists as ‘she’ but once a violent criminal identifies as TQ, other TQs get to misgender him?!

"No evidence" women and girls will be harmed by the bill? According to the sunday times in 2018:

90% of reported sexual assaults, harassment and voyeurism in swimming pool and sports-centre changing rooms happen in unisex facilities, which make up less than half the total

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/unisex-changing-rooms-put-women-in-danger-8lwbp8kgk

Archive: https://archive.ph/3fyg9

The article was mostly good, but then we get to this:

In a letter to the UK government, UN special rapporteur Reem Alsalem shared fears that the legislation "would potentially open the door for violent males who identify as men to abuse the process of acquiring a gender certificate and the rights that are associated with it".

She added: "This presents potential risks to the safety of women in all their diversity (including women born female, transwomen [sic], and gender non-conforming women)."

Yes, women are diverse, but that diversity does not include men.

Men might abuse a system to abuse women? surprised pikachu face