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Posts Tagged: Sexuality
Caroline ffiske: How non-crime hate incidents came into force. And why they should be reformed – or scrapped altogether.
Introduced with the best of intentions, they have grown and morphed beyond reason – more so than Macpherson could surely have imagined.
The Government would be wise to encourage people to limit their casual sexual partners and to commit to safer sex using condoms.
To be sacked simply for saying that biological men cannot become biological women is outrageous.
Gary Powell: Local authorities and the transing of non-transgender young people: a serious child safeguarding issue
Gender transition can be mistakenly seen as a cure for autism-related struggles. The suffering of victims is being ignored.
Plus: Why the BBC must keep Neil. Why I’m leaving Lloyds. And: three hours with the LibDem leadership candidates.
It’s single mothers like mine that are hardest hit by non-payment of the licence fee. If you ask me, that’s too high a price to pCome Dancing on free-to-view telly.
Its “education” programmes lead an increasing number of gay and lesbian children to believe they are heterosexual, but trapped in the wrong body.
Darren Grimes: A Pride Day? There’s a good case for one. But a whole Pride Month? That’s just virtue signalling.
At the end of the day, being gay in 2020 is ok. We are no longer prime victims of oppression, and we should reject four weeks of self-indulgence and narcissism.
In the event, my friends and supporters applauded and embraced me. But there is still work to do to secure universal LGBT acceptance in the UK.
Plus: Johnson, not a populist. Hunt’s beside manner. Lewis and his highly professional CCHQ team. And: the courage of 16 year old Ajay.
What he detests is less liberalism than democracy, and the obstacle it poses to Russian foreign policy objectives.
Christ’s resurrection certainly doesn’t help us out on Brexit – unless it be to remind us of the Christian virtues of temperance and respect.
At the same time, my research shows some of the hurdles any theoretical new movement will have to cross if it is to survive contact with reality.
James Frayne: The public’s views on sex and relationships education are more nuanced than you might imagine
If it is framed through the prism of tolerance and anti-bullying, most people support it. But there are still political pitfalls.