gender recognition act
The UK doesn't have to be this way – and it can change with your help.
A new report from the Conservative-led Women and Equalities Committee says delays to potential reforms had caused “real distress” and “exacerbate[d] tensions.”
The UK government confirms that it will reject changes to the GRA that would have made it easier for trans people to self-identify.
The GRA reforms would have simplified the process required for trans people to change their legal gender.
Crowds came out to protest against government plans to roll back proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.
According to a leaked report, the UK government will introduce a host of legislation targeting trans people's access to toilets and refuges instead.
The Scottish government is canvassing the public (including non-Scots) about Gender Recognition Act reform.
It’s not just about which toilet you use.
You can blame Brexit for stymying plans to reform how trans people gain legal recognition of their gender.
The consultation closes at midday today, so there's not long left to have your say.
Update: A public consultation to reform an English and Welsh law known as the Gender Recognition Act now closes on Monday 22 September