NUS Conference

(11 Posts)
MrsFionaCharming Sat 23-Apr-16 00:45:10

I've spent ages googling, and stalking various twitter accounts, but can't find anything!

Was a new Womens' Officer voted in at the NUS conference? If so, who is it?#

Thanks smile

GraysAnalogy Sat 23-Apr-16 00:48:37

Elections were only 19th-21st, no results as of yet I believe.

GraysAnalogy Sat 23-Apr-16 00:50:12

On that note, I'm a massive supporter for Trans rights and have argued on here about it, but I'm perplexed as to why someone who's been a 'woman' for 2 mins thinks they should have such a position; Anna Lee.

TeamFinn Sat 23-Apr-16 00:54:49

I'm pretty sure the other candidate won.

LassWiTheDelicateAir Sat 23-Apr-16 00:55:06

Some one posted a wee while ago she had not been elected. Was that incorrect?

MrsFionaCharming Sat 23-Apr-16 00:57:43

I've seen posts about other successful candidates, but nothing for the womens' position. Including on Anna Lee's twitter.

GraysAnalogy Sat 23-Apr-16 00:58:13

Same mrsfiona. Nothing at all about the women's.

PalmerViolet Sat 23-Apr-16 08:34:06

Anna Lee lost. Hareem Ghani won.

It's on the NUS website here

Anna Lee congratulated Hareem on their Twitter feed on the day Hareem won.

PalmerViolet Sat 23-Apr-16 08:41:36

The election happened on the 8th iirc

Sofiria Sat 23-Apr-16 08:53:33

Anna Lee confirms having lost the election here: www.facebook.com/Anna.Charlotte.Lee/posts/502487429949074?fref=nf

I'm very relieved to learn that. I think it's very telling that Anna Lee's ideal vision for the future of the NUS is for there to be a full-time Trans Officer, and a Womens' Officer who is also trans. Representation for actual women doesn't matter to him at all.

I wonder what the transactivists would make of an ordinary woman ran for Trans Officer on the basis that they don't fit the pink-box gender stereotype. It wouldn't be any more outrageous than what has actually happened here.

MrsFionaCharming Sat 23-Apr-16 21:08:41

Ah, that's good to know. Thank you!

I'm very glad Hareem won!

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