Let a Woman Speak (LAWS) is a women’s organisation that is currently focusing on the UK government’s proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act and the impending consultation.
“Let a Woman Speak…discussing the Gender Recognition Act” is the second event that LAWS has organised in the South West, giving space for women to come together to discuss their concerns regarding the government’s proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) and its imminent consultation, and how those changes will affect the rights of women and children all across the UK.
The event will be held in Plymouth on Saturday 25th August at 7pm. Chaired by Councillor Louise Paine (St Just and Pendeen), the speakers will include Stephanie Davies-Arai, a parenting consultant and teacher trainer; Miranda Yardley, a transexual, who writes about the politics of sex and gender; Dr Nic Williams, a research scientist specialising in biology; and Abigail Rowland, a former secondary school teacher and published poet.
If you’d like to attend the event, tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.