'I delivered my 6th virtual 1.5-hour trans awareness session (in a series of eight) for staff at Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust yesterday'
'I feel that trans awareness training should, ideally, be mandatory for all staff,'
Sex is shown here on a continuum/spectrum, with 'maleness' at one end, 'femaleness' at the other, and 'intersex' in between.
I cannot begin to comprehend how HCPs and medics are listening to this utter drivel. Nor that taxpayers are paying for it.
Feminism: Sex & gender discussions
NHS training on trans
ArabellaScott · 27/09/2023 12:28
TapDancingEverySyllableFromEarToEar · 27/09/2023 12:38
It's just lies, isn't it? Having a Disorder of Sexual Development doesn't out you in the middle of femaleness or maleness. Neither does having short hair, or long hair, or wearing lippy or changing a car tyre move you from one end to the other.
willingtolearn · 27/09/2023 14:05
Healthcare staff are aware that any criticism /questioning would be viewed very negatively and if they continued it may lead to a disciplinary meeting.
'Training' by it's very definition is not about discussion - it's about you learning to do something in a particular way.
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