In the article shared below, an Irish gender critical feminist, Jean Cross, addresses the need to distinguish sex and gender; to challenge gender ideology’s re-enforcement of sex stereotypes; to defend sex-segregated spaces; and to allow public discussion on trans issues.
She raises her concerns in a letter she wrote to Ireland’s Minister of Education last year. The letter discussed a recent report, Exploring Genders Identity and Gender Norms in Primary Schools, produced by the School of Education at the University of Limerick in collaboration with the Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI).
This is copy of a letter I sent to the Minister for Education last year. I have had no response. Dear Minister McHugh, I am alarmed at the assertions and conclusions contained in the recently published report, Exploring Genders Identity and Gender Norms in Primary Schools by Dr. Aoife Neary (University of Limerick) and Catherine Cross (TENI). […]