Tag Archives: Sarah Brown

Is Spousal Veto based on Swiss Cheese?

Last weekend Prof Stephen Whittle posted his legal reasoning why the requirement for spousal consent is important.   Stephen is a professor of law, and his credentials in terms of campaigning for the rights of trans people are impressive, to say the least. After an event in July, Stephen, Jacqui Gavin (of a:Gender) and I sat […]

#TransDocFail Part 1

As I was walking out of the Trans Health Matters conference this afternoon, one doctor looked at me and asked “what are you doing to us, Helen?” I’d just delivered a presentation about the TransDocFail phenomenon (which was quickly pushed out of the news by the furore over Julie Burchill’s article) and had given a […]