Tag Archives: Germaine Greer

Another Day, Another Inaccuracy

I have just submitted this formal complaint to the BBC about an interview this morning on freedom of speech and no platforming. Basically, the allegation that Germaine Greer and Peter Tatchell have been no platformed keeps being broadcast by the BBC. It’s time for this to stop. On BBC Radio 4’s Today programme this morning, […]

Today’s Transphobia

Around 10:30 this morning, I received an email from one of the researchers on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme who I spoke with at length last month. He was working towards what turned out to be a half-hour slot on last Wednesday’s programme. In his email today, he wondered what in particular was transphobic in […]

The Stakes Have Been Raised

News that a trans woman, Tara Hudson, has been imprisoned within a mens’ prison (Horfield, in Bristol) has found its way onto the national media. Over 110,000 people have signed a petition protesting the decision. Reporting within the papers has had the usual degrees of inaccuracy when it comes to understanding gender recognition. But her […]

Free Speech and Changing Narratives

Last week I took advantage of the opportunity offered to me by Maria Miller at the end of the Commons Womens and Equalities Select Committee evidence session on 8 September, and wrote her a letter. Having gone through a fair amount of the written submitted evidence, including those from groups and individuals who don’t believe […]