There are some issues in the article “Academic faces sack for letter to Sunday Times that criticised training on trans issues” relevant to the GHQ section on trans activism and gender dysphoria in youth.
There are calls from academics from the UK to fire a professor of education and editor of the journal, Disability & Society for her concern about autistic youth and rigid thinking and gender dysphoria. It should be noted gender dysphoria experts such a Dr. Susan Bradley, some mental health professionals from the Tavistock clinic in the UK, and autism expert Tania Marshall, as well as others, have expressed the same concerns. Anyone who expresses worry about grey area dysphoric youth will be attacked by the academic left, including calls for censorship and job loss.
Another signatory of the Sunday Times letter, Michele Moore, honorary professor at Essex University, who has edited the journal Disability & Society for many years, is also facing calls to resign after warning that autistic and other children might be harmed if they are wrongly encouraged to question their gender, which could lead to taking hormones and later surgery.
A petition from 750 colleagues calls on her to step down. She said her career hung in the balance because of the campaign, but the journal’s publishers and people from around the world were being supportive.
She added: “Somebody has to say we will talk about the potential harm of transgenderism of children, as many with autism or other social learning problems are being caught up in this.”
The article also includes some lesbian academics who do not agree with current gender activism.
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