We’ve launched ‘respect my sex if you want my vote’ to encourage ordinary Australians who are concerned about transgender laws to speak out, to put pressure on candidates at this federal election, and to speak to each other about how you really feel about things like men in women’s sport, men in women’s toilets and change rooms and the medical transitioning of children and teens.
Politicians are ignoring the concerns of ordinary Australians on these issues. Worse, some candidates are condemning the mainstream Australian view as ‘transphobic’ when really our concerns are about women’s rights, women’s safety and child safeguarding. Ahead of this federal election, get involved and ask your candidates where they stand on women’s rights.
A BIG thank you to our UK sisters at Women Uniting who have paved the way for the Australian campaign. Solidarity!