Trans Mania 'Corroding' Society

Trans Mania 'Corroding' Society

The number of girls being referred for genital mutilation and sex-change hormone poisoning in the UK shot up by a horrifying 4,400 percent in the ten years up until 2018. And it's getting rapidly worse as trans mania 'corrodes' Britain.

Transgender ideology is a recent invention that is having a “corrosive impact” on society, a British think tank has declared.  A senior researcher for Civitas has published a report entitled “The Corrosive Impact of Transgender Ideology.”

The report explores the social impact of changed understandings of gender and, in particular, the emergence of the idea of transgender. 

“A new orthodoxy that gender identity is brain-based and innate, something we need to discover for ourselves and then reveal to a readily accepting world, has rapidly gained ground,” it states.  

“This seemingly benign view has consequences for how we socialise children and organise society. It calls into question sex-protected rights and freedom of association. The existence of female-only prisons and refuges or girls’ schools, clubs and sports is thrown into doubt. Yet far from engaging in a free and open discussion, transgender activists have moved to curtail debate. The consequences of this and the impact it has on the lives of women and children are detailed here.”

The short book neatly encapsulates the recent shift in thinking on sex and gender, the impact this shift is having on women and children, particularly girls, and the reasons why transgenderism, once limited to a few middle-aged men and niche academics, now dominates civil discourse and marches, Marxist-like, through the institutions.  

The report includes a series of recommendations: a moratorium on reform of the Gender Recognition Act; clarification of sex-based protections as set out in the Equalities Act 2010; the prohibition of puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to anyone under 18; the prohibition of “transitioning” at school without parental permission; and a separation of lessons on “LGB” from lessons on “T” in the sex education curriculum. 

The recommendations also stipulate that lessons on transgenderism must not contradict what pupils are taught in their biology and other science classes. 

Drawing primarily on the British experience of transgenderism, Williams’ monograph also provides a good review of recent attempts by Britons to protect freedom of speech from transgenderist censorship. Harry Miller’s push against transgender policing by actual police, Posie Parker’s ad campaign defending the traditional definition of woman as an “Adult Human Female,” Kate Scottow’s arrest for anti-trans tweets, and Maya Forstater’s sacking for her belief that “men cannot change into women.” 

Since its publication, more campaigners have been arrested for criticising the trans assault on childhood innocence. The latest is Chris Mitchell, who faces two charges under the Communications Act for speaking out against a Drag Queen Story Time.