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This is absolutely brilliant! I read about your case and it is happening so often and tras keep on trying to pretend there isn’t a problem. It is hard to believe that people that consider themselves feminist can’t see how obvious of an attack on women’s rights and women’s ability to discuss their oppression. This project is so neatly organised and makes it very clear that there is no hatred involved. I’m glad there are people like you making sense of this madness. Thank you.

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This is absolutely brilliant! I read about your case and it is happening so often and tras keep on trying to pretend there isn’t a problem. It is hard to believe that people that consider themselves feminist can’t see how obvious of an attack on women’s rights and women’s ability to discuss their oppression. This project is so neatly organised and makes it very clear that there is no hatred involved. I’m glad there are people like you making sense of this madness. Thank you.

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Maya, hi from New Zealand where NZ women are reading the results of your survey..thank you for all the time you give to women and the fantastic resource you have created with this survey.

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Thank you so much for putting in all this work to represent those who seem to be being silenced daily; either out of fear for losing jobs and income, or because they are forcibly silenced by cancel culture or deplatforming by public bodies meant to represent us, or by private companies with vested interest in gender ideology masquerading as social media platforms.
This work is so bloody important and certainly helps to make more people feel they are not alone and empowered to try and do something.
You are representing the majority who want their voices heard!

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Thank you for your courage. You are doing vital work in a time of peril. It is utterly crucial that we continue to resist the erasure of women’s sex-based rights.

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Thank you so much, and it’s brilliant that you are using this evidence for the select committee. I have submitted my own evidence to another parliamentary committee, on Freedom of Expression. Those of us who are old enough, free of dependents and other ties, and who have already been through being cancelled, have a duty to speak up. For all the women and girls who are afraid to.

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Thank you Maya for this project. It is important to hear the range of voices and personal experiences, but also helpful to connect with people for a bit of sanity. The brave people taking action and raising awareness have my undying gratitude. Public institutions (Bank of England!!!) are falling into these traps because they don’t understand the issue and they think the majority support it. The movement in itself is narcissistic and ridiculous, but the involvement of governments and institutions is vital and we must keep pressing the issue until sense resumes.

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I also want to say a big thank you Maya. This is such an important issue which I suggest has snuck under the radar for most women in Australia. When I learned about the new laws in Scotland I thought it was a joke and no one could possibly believe that men should be recognised as women because they say so. Obviously I was so wrong
The vitriol against feminists who oppose the trans lobby has been shocking and unsettling to say the least.

It is so disappointing that there has been no awareness campaign and community discussion on this matter or women’s organisations who have stood against this powerful and obviously well funded trans lobby

Hurrah for the respondents to your survey who have presented views without prejudice or hate

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Heartfelt gratitude for this most supportive and important collection of evidence which describes in detail the complex issues that women face just being women in our society in the challenging circumstances we now find ourselves living in. The issues are such that they cannot be conveyed quickly and easily. This evidence provides a well organised, accessible means of helping people understand and come to terms with just how far reaching the pervasive transgender culture is. It gives voice to the cracked and broken lives of many women, children, men, families and organisations creating emotional and social wounds that may never heal without considerable intervention on the part of civic society and the willingness of individuals to come together.
I will try to encourage as many people as I can to access this and read the stories and concerns. (some of them horrific) in the hope that we can stop and reverse whatever contaminant has been let loose amongst us.

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If you are on the left, you are making a big mistake. The main actual effect of such campaigns is to make people believe either that women’s rights and trans rights are opposed, or that trans activists are a powerful and dangerous group, which is not the case.

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So why has whole language been changed eg cis, cervix haver, perinatal for maternity and all without any reference to the public..a huge monied lobby is behind stripping women of our rights and our unique role in society. You will note man/men remains unchanged on all govt documents.

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Is there any chance or plans this could be reshared at some point? To increase the submissions as I didn’t hear about it til it had closed and I’m sure there’s many more who would like to input

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It is bad for democracy, women like me who saw big changes for women the last forty years or so, now think voting is just an absolute waste of time, if we are not considered as a sex. I have given up on the issue really, the politicians can go suffer at the polls, I won’t be there. I have not missed a vote in 55 years.

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