New(ish) and looking for guidance(4 Posts)
GCITC Mon 27-Apr-20 17:54:34
NonnyMouse1337 Mon 27-Apr-20 18:47:47
GCITC Mon 27-Apr-20 18:54:48
NonnyMouse1337 Tue 28-Apr-20 19:23:36
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I've been reading this board for quite a while now, and was 'peaktransed' on here probably a year ago.
I used to follow things on twitter but the abuse anyone seems to get with our views was too much for my mental health.
I'm in a much better place now and feel I'm ready to become more involved in the movement, as it were, and put my head above the parapet and say I am gender critical.
I suppose I'm looking for ways to get involved and how to keep up with news and events that are happening and I'm hoping you'll be able to point me in the right direction.
Depends on where you are located. Usually this board is quite good for keeping up with news, but it's also worth signing up to get newsletters from organisations like WPUK, WHRC, FPFW etc.
If you're in Scotland, you can follow the various Scottish groups.
There will still be emails needing sent to MPs, MSPs and even MEPs. Before lockdown, I would have encouraged you to attend one of the events held by the various grassroots women's groups so you could network with other like-minded women in person, but we will all have to wait a while for that now.
I'm in Yorkshire. Thanks for listing some of the groups. Will go sign up now.
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