Tubby Isaacs wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 30, 2020 1:06 pm
The policy lasted less than 1 day. Though perhaps attending Pride in NI might be a problem because there are more homophobic politicians, or something.
If they're singling out trans issues as a/the problem and not wanting to be seen as taking sides, then as far as I'm concerned, they are taking a side.
Trans issues and other sexuality issues are intersectional, and always have been. As much as there're lots of issues whch differ, both're seen as rebellions against your assigned gender with a heavy base around who you're attracted to, and as much as the LGB Alliance would like to rewrite history, some cis lesbians have also had trouble with people who want to challenge which toilets they go into because they look too much like men.
If you're cherry-picking which queer issues you think're too political, you're taking sides, maliciously or otherwise. And it still breaks the Equality Act.