Sign these Petitions & Stand up for Women in the UK​

Below are some petitions we are supporting, the more people we can get to sign them the more the media and government will start to take note.  Just to be clear WE CAN WIN through these petitions, all we need is numbers, you, your friends and anyone you can think of who will sign.  To show that it is possible we have a victory section to show what can be achieved when we get together.

 

Congratulations to Caroline Criado-Perez with her campaign to keep women on English Banknotes, we supported you, it's a great achievement 

 

There are so many women's organisations trying to achieve equality and help in there area that we feel that if we can highlight a few here and get as many women to sign as possible then this could make a real difference.  Please help, sign and share to social media, every signature is a voice, the more voices the louder the subject, so lets stop whispering and start shouting, lets get together and support each other's petitions.  Together we can make a change.

Petitions to sign

Petition Victory's

The Government must exercise its power under s.23 of the Gender Recognition Act to modify the operation of the Equality Act 2010 by specifying the terms sex, male, female, man & woman, in the operation of that law, mean biological sex and not "sex as modified by a Gender Recognition Certificate"

The Equality Act 2010 covers nine separate protected characteristics, including “Sex” & “Gender Reassignment”. This protects people against sex discrimination and discrimination because a person is transgender.

There has been much confusion about how the Equality Act and GRA interact. This has caused uncertainty and conflict for women, transgender people, and service providers. The GRA includes a provision to amend other laws to make it clear whether a GRC changes the definition of sex for that law.

Sign here (Petition open till Apr 23):

Update the Equality Act to make clear the characteristic “sex” is biological sex - Petitions (parliament.uk) >