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Just started reading the "City of London: Gender Identity Survey: Report" (#CoLGIS)

It's a thing of beauty. I'll highlight certain sections that openly laugh at #TERFs. Apparently #CoLGIS predicted my video on #TERFs for #DeafAwarenessWeek

democracy.cityoflondon.gov.uk/documents/s113…

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🤣🤣🤣

Turns out that #CoLGIS knows that the views self-proclaimed experts in sex who wouldn't even be able to pass a GCSE in Biology (it's just GCSE Science these days, I think) doesn't actually count as expert evidence.

2/n Section 2.2 in the link. Don't know if City of London have an audio version of the pdf. Probably worth contacting them to find out.
Who'da thunk that mindlessly regurgitating, "It's SEX, not GENDAAHHH!!!" would mean that #CoLGIS would think that your response was absolute horse-apples, and not worth considering?

Answer: Everybody but #TERFs

3/n Section 2.1 of the report in the link at the top of the thread
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Hey, #cisgender #LGB people.

Are you wondering why you woke up this morning to suddenly find #Section28 in the news and trending on Twitter?

Because if you are, that means that yet again you either chose not to listen to #trans people, or chose to ignore us, when we...

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told you this was happening.

No - really.

Here's the receipts, and that's just from what I've posted on it:

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We are live at the First Live Surgery Training for #Gender Affirmation Procedures in the United States. Dean Dennis Charney and Dr. David L. Reich welcome attendees to the course.
"Primary care is so important for everyone to make sure we address all the needs." - Howard Zucker, Commissioner of Health for New York State
Dr. David L. Reich discusses how our doctors worked to put together a program that would address the basic information that every surgeon should know about transgender surgery.
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For #TransDayofRemembrance I want to tell you a story.

Last Nov/Dec, I was homeless. @realDonaldTrump had just been elected. I was living in my car. I was cold. I was hungry. The pain from my chronic lower back issues was horribly bad, every moment of every day (1/x)
Sleeping in my car was making it worse. I could barely stand, let alone go grocery shopping or walk longer than about 10 min, w/o being totally wiped out for the next day or 2. I was receiving no medical treatment for being #trans, for my #AtrialFibrillation or my back pain (2/x)
I was unemployed, had no degree, didn't pass, and I was severely depressed.

Only a few ppl know this, but I think it's time to talk about it. I almost died last December. I didn't have much $, but I was doing research on the best methods to kill myself that'd be effective (3/x)
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