Archive of Article: https://archive.is/Bfetp
Speech by Johann Lamont: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZjOYEc2JUg&feature=emb_logo
Also just for info: The new bill as a whole means that women who are victims of sexual assault and/or rape will now be able to have a medical examination in a medical setting (rather than a police station) where evidence can be collected before they even decide whether or not to report the crime to the police or not. This means that the evidence will be preserved and women will have time to decide.
This part of the bill was not to do with who the victim is, but who the medical examiner is. The most important factor to women was that they were able to choose the sex of the medical examiner: a female. So the bill has absolutely nothing to do with the trans/gender debate in the first place – for whatever reason, some people tried to make it an issue of people being mean online to trans people (e.g. Monica Lennon). The part of the bill that the amendment is in relation to is about victims of sexual offences choosing the sex (not gender) of their medical examiner.
Edit: damn it I just noticed my terrible spelling. It was in a rush of excitement.