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BBC drop Mermaids?

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vivariumvivariumsvivaria Sat 18-Jul-20 17:53:08

Interesting, anyone work at the Beeb and know if tides are changing?
<hopeful face>

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Redshoeblueshoe Sat 18-Jul-20 17:57:38

Wow 🍾 🍾 🍾

truthisarevolutionaryact Sat 18-Jul-20 18:07:09

I suspect that lawsuits / judicial reviews make the lawyers twitchy. As local councils are increasingly starting to withdraw trans guidance that gaslights children and removes legal rights and the NHS does a reverse ferret with their puberty blocker guidance, there seems to be a growing awareness that these organisations are not all they appear to be.

betteliefsen Sat 18-Jul-20 18:08:00

Not before time.

Wolfgirrl Sat 18-Jul-20 18:19:36

I think there is a storm brewing..

KaronAVyrus Sat 18-Jul-20 18:26:43

There definitely does seem to be something in the air.

FeckTheMagicDragon Sat 18-Jul-20 18:42:13

It has been removed - but if you follow the link to the NHS and look for children’s support - it’s still there.

lionheart Sat 18-Jul-20 18:46:04

Perhaps we should look at who has responsibility for the information relayed on the NHS site?

highame Sat 18-Jul-20 18:47:53

This is to do with impartiality I think. Mermaids seems to be political and BBC having to redress balances, not only on this topic.

Beeb have had to acknowledge they got it wrong but didn't change any reporting styles until Tory win in December which took the wind right out of their sails. They have been very bad during pandemic too with masses of complaints.

Auntie having a re-think, should see more soon. Thinks they've realised that it's best the NHS takes the shit storm

bellinisurge Sat 18-Jul-20 18:48:37

I agree with Wolfgirl.

Thingybob Sat 18-Jul-20 18:57:32

I'd also like the BBC to remove the "over 100 genders" nonsense and both 'I am Leo' programmes from iplayer

Falleninwiththewrongcrowd Sat 18-Jul-20 19:08:14

Another thread about this here:

vivariumvivariumsvivaria Sat 18-Jul-20 20:50:57

Thanks, Fallen.

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