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  • For Women Scotland – a group of women from all over Scotland working to protect and strengthen women and children’s rights.
  • Murray Blackburn Mackenzie – Policy analysis collective. Authors of an extensive body of work on gender recognition reform in Scotland.
  • Sole Sisters – a group of women who use art and creativity to raise awareness and protest women’s rights issues.
  • Glasgow Tactical Feminists – fighting for the rights we have, the ones we lost and the ones we have yet to gain.
  • Women’s Rights Network Scotland – a grassroots movement of women working together on behalf of women & girls in Scotland.
  • SOS – Safeguarding Our Schools are a group providing information & resources relating to safeguarding in education
  • Scottish Lesbians – run by lesbians for lesbians


  • Woman’s Place UK – a group of women from a range of backgrounds, united by the belief that women’s hard-won rights must be defended.
  • Keep Prisons Single Sex – established in 2020 to campaign for the sex-based rights of women in prison to single-sex accommodation and same-sex searching. They also campaign for data on offending to be recorded by sex throughout the criminal justice system.
  • LGB Alliance – a charity that supports lesbian, gay and bisexual people by building community, providing high quality information, being a source of inspiration for people who feel marginalised and seeking to influence Government and decision makers to prioritise the needs and rights of same-sex attracted people.
  • Sex Matters – a human rights organisation that campaigns for clarity on sex in law and policy.
Child Protection

Puberty Blockers are being prescribed to children as young as 10 years old.

Malcolm Clark & Mr Menno made the following short film:


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