(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure




NEWS RELEASE


'X' PASSPORTS: JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DENIED TO CAMPAIGNER AS APPEAL COURT RULES IN UK GOVERNMENT'S FAVOUR

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE [Appellant] - v - THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT [Respondent]
and HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH [Intervener]

Court of Appeal Hearing Date: TUESDAY 3RD - WEDNESDAY 4TH DECEMBER 2019
Location: Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London
Presiding: Lady Justice King, Lord Justice Irwin and Lord Justice Henderson.

In this landmark case the Appeal Court further endorsed an earlier judgment handed down by the High Court on 22/06/18 that Christie Elan-Cane’s non-gendered identity merited engagement of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights [ECHR] “I am satisfied that the claimant’s Article 8 rights are engaged in this case so that the claimant’s right to respect for private life will include a right to respect for the claimant’s identification as non-gendered.”

The Appeal Court however upheld the High Court ruling that HM Passport Office’s refusal to issue non gender-specific ‘X’ PASSPORTS was not unlawful.

The Court accepted the UK government’s assertion that gender neutral passports could not be issued in isolation without wider legislative provision for the recognition of people who do not identify as either male or female despite that passports are issued under royal prerogative and therefore are not subject to primary legislation. The issuance of ‘X’ PASSPORTS would require nothing more than an uncontroversial policy change that the UK government fiercely opposes.

KEY FACTS:

HM Passport Office [HMPO] passport policy and its effects:


  • Applicants for a UK passport must indicate whether they are male or female in a signed declaration;

  • A mandatory requirement that UK passport applicants must indicate a gender affords no provision for individuals whose identities are neither male nor female;

  • HMPO refuses to issue passports that display a permissible non gender-specific ‘X’ character rather than ‘M’ or ‘F’ [‘X’ Passports];

  • Passport applicants whose identities are neither male nor female are subject to a discriminatory policy which forces them to declare an inappropriate gender otherwise they cannot obtain a passport;

  • HMPO policy forces individuals whose identities are neither male nor female to deny a profound aspect of their identity whilst making a declaration known by the individual to be false;

  • HMPO passport policy ensures that individuals in this category face an unacceptable choice between carrying a document for the purposes of travel and identification that is a gross misrepresentation [rather than an affirmation] of their identity or forgoing a passport;

  • HMPO policy causes distress and humiliation to individuals whose social invisibility is further compounded;

  • HMPO policy is effectively forcing a section already marginalized within gendered society to collude in their own oppression/invisibility through a forced and unwilling self-denial of their identity in return for issuance of a UK passport;

  • Passport data is used by some third party institutions [eg. financial service providers] to confirm a person’s identity with the effect that documentation issued and personal records held by third parties on non-gendered individuals is consequentially inaccurate and misrepresentative.


Christie Elan-Cane has campaigned for more than 25 years to achieve legal and social recognition as a person of non-gendered identity;
Christie has engaged with politicians of all mainstream parties and worked with various government departments to raise awareness of the issues surrounding non-gendered identity over a number of years;
Christie approached Clifford Chance LLP and subsequently instigated legal proceedings against the UK Home Office in order that its passport policy should be subject to judicial review after the political process had been exhausted and had failed;
Christie is not seeking special treatment however does seek to be treated fairly;
Christie would not accept an ‘X’ Passport without a policy change on their issuance;
Christie’s pronoun [third person singular] is per/per/perself.

Christie is represented, on a pro-bono basis, by Narind Singh, Eraldo D'Atri, Anne Collins and Jemima Roe of Clifford Chance LLP and Kate Gallafent QC, Tom Mountford and Gayatri Sarathy of Blackstone Chambers.

Quotes:
Christie Elan-Cane:

‘’Legitimate identity is a fundamental human right but non-gendered people are treated as though we have no rights. It is unacceptable that someone who defines as neither male nor female is forced to declare an inappropriate gender in order to obtain a passport.”

“This decision is devastating to me. It is bad news for everyone who cannot obtain a passport without the requirement imposed by the UK government that they should collude in their own social invisibility.”

“I have nothing further to add at this moment other than that my legal team will seek permission to appeal this decision on my behalf in order that the case can be heard before the Supreme Court. Justice delayed is justice denied.”

Court of Appeal Judgment handed down 10/03/20 full text HERE
Video recordings of two day appeal hearing 03-04/12/19 HERE
High Court Judgment handed down 22/06/18 full text HERE

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Notes:
‘X’ Passports comply with UN International Civil Aviation Organisation [ICAO] accepted standards for Machine Readable Travel Documents
‘M’, ‘F’ and ‘X’ are permitted characters for ‘Sex’, a mandatory identification category for Machine Readable Travel Documents as specified in ICAO Document 9303
‘X’ indicates the passport holder’s sex as ‘’Unspecified’’
‘X’ Passports [or passports that display an alternative non gender-specific character] are issued in Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, India, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nepal, Pakistan and Uruguay.
The UK recognises ‘X’ Passports where issued in another country as a valid travel document at its border control points

Twitter @ChristieElanCan


CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure



2021 CENSUS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES

A Census Order for 2021 Census for England and Wales will be laid before Parliament in the New Year. This sets out the content for the census to be held in 2021.

The Office for National Statistics [ONS] draft proposals were outlined in a white paper published in December 2018. The white paper indicates the government’s intention to retain a mandatory ‘Sex’ question with no option other than gendered responses ‘Male’ and ‘Female’.

Evidently the needs of non-gendered people and intersex people have once again been ignored.

The Census Order will be laid as a statutory instrument therefore no parliamentary debate or vote will take place. The legislation setting out the content of 2021 Census is effectively to be waived through however I understand that it is possible in some circumstances to have the order annulled.

Therefore, I request as a matter of urgency that everyone with an interest in this issue and concern for the fundamental human rights of sections of society that the government wants to keep invisible contacts their local parliamentary representative and demand a third, neutral option under the mandatory requirement to indicate ‘Sex’ in 2021 Census questionnaire.

You can find out the name of your MP and how to contact them HERE.

Time is short but we must win this fight!

Twitter @ChristieElanCan

CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure



'X' PASSPORTS IN THE UK

LANDMARK APPEAL HEARING

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE - v -  THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT
Intervener: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

The hearing took place over two full days on Tuesday 3rd – Wednesday 4th December 2019 at the Court of Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London before Lady Justice King, Lord Justice Irwin and Lord Justice Henderson.

I am represented, on a pro-bono basis, by Narind Singh, Eraldo D'Atri, Anne Collins and Jemima Roe of Clifford Chance LLP and Kate Gallafent QC, Tom Mountford and Gayatri Sarathy of Blackstone Chambers.

DAY ONE

The first day sets out the Appellant’s grounds for appeal. The Court listened intently as Kate Gallafent QC put forward a compelling argument and cited numerous examples of international case law in a thoroughly researched presentation through the morning session.

The afternoon session began with Kate Gallafent concluding the presentation and then the Court heard from Monica Carss-Frisk QC of Blackstone Chambers, legal counsel representing Human Rights Watch [HRW] who provided further information based on evidence supplied by HRW as international observers in the field.

DAY TWO

The morning of the second day was taken up by the Respondent’s legal representative arguing that fundamental human rights do not apply in this case. The presentation was unconvincing and was at times extremely offensive to anyone affected by the issue and unable to obtain accurate, affirming identity documentation.

The afternoon session started with the Respondent’s counter appeal that related to costs. Tom Mountford responded to the counter appeal on my behalf.

The session – and the appeal – concluded with Kate Gallafent QC rebutting the nefarious arguments put forward by the Respondent earlier in the day.

Read HERE for background information on the case.

The Court of Appeal selected the hearing for livestreaming in recognition of the significance of this issue to the public. Livestream recordings can be watched HERE.

The case for ‘X’ PASSPORTS versus the UK Government’s discriminatory passport policy caught the attention of news outlets around the world. Too many to list them all but here is a selection of news reports of last week’s appeal hearing. Some reports contain factual errors in content but generally accurate on proceedings. Click on the title …………..

THE GUARDIAN
BBC NEWS
THE INDEPENDENT
EVENING STANDARD
WALESONLINE
CNN TRAVEL
RIGHTSINFO
PINKNEWS
THE TIMES [paywall]
HUFFPOST UK
USA TODAY
WIBC NEWS
GLAMOUR MAGAZINE

TIME [which I hesitated to include here due to mis-pronouns under the picture]
BUSTLE
HULLLIVE

LONDONMULTIMEDIANEWS

The Appeal Court decision has been deferred and I do not expect to hear anything further for the next few weeks. I anticipate an announcement within six to eight weeks and I advise anyone with an interest in the case to follow me on Twitter where the handed down decision will be announced in the first instance.

Last year’s High Court decision was handed down two months after the hearing in April 2018.

It has been a very long and exhausting wait for justice. I am pleased with how the proceedings went but I’ve suffered too many setbacks and disappointments to allow myself to think the battle for ‘X’ PASSPORTS might finally be over. I want my appeal to succeed because I desperately need closure on this particularly difficult issue that has become a focal point of my campaign however I am prepared to continue these proceedings if necessary.

Twitter @ChristieElanCan

CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure




'X' PASSPORTS IN THE UK: LANDMARK APPEAL HEARING


CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE - v -  THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT
Intervener: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

The appeal hearing dates are now confirmed
Date: TUESDAY 3RD – WEDNESDAY 4TH DECEMBER
Location: Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London

The Court of Appeal has selected the case for livestreaming online in recognition of the significance of this issue to the public. The anticipated start time is 10:30am.
Click HERE for directions to watch online livestream of proceedings.

Twitter @ChristieElanCan

CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure



NEWS RELEASE

'X' PASSPORTS IN THE UK: LANDMARK APPEAL HEARING

Date: TUESDAY 3RD - WEDNESDAY 4TH DECEMBER
Location: Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London

Between: CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE AND THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT
Intervener: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

A High Court judgment handed down 22/06/18 ruled that Christie Elan-Cane’s claim merited the engagement of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights [ECHR] “I am satisfied that the claimant’s Article 8 rights are engaged in this case so that the claimant’s right to respect for private life will include a right to respect for the claimant’s identification as non-gendered.” Para. 108

The judicial review application was submitted 02/06/2017 by Clifford Chance LLP on behalf of Christie Elan-Cane

Permission for the claim to proceed was granted in an oral hearing at the Administrative Court [a specialist court within the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court] on 11/10/17

The claim concerns HM Government’s refusal to issue non gender-specific ‘X’ Passports and contests the policy administered by HM Passport Office [HMPO] on behalf of the UK Government [to refuse to issue ‘X’ Passports] as unlawful and inherently discriminatory

Despite the landmark precedent set by engagement of ECHR Article 8 as applied to a person of non-gendered identity, the High Court ruled the UK Government’s passport policy was not unlawful

High Court Judgment handed down 22/06/18 full text HERE

Permission to appeal the High Court's finding to the Court of Appeal was granted on the basis of the general importance of the issues raised in the case to the public interest. The appeal will be heard over two days commencing 3 December 2019.

KEY FACTS:

HMPO’s passport policy and its effects:

Applicants for a UK passport must indicate whether they are male or female in a signed declaration;

  • A mandatory requirement that UK passport applicants must indicate a gender affords no provision for individuals whose identities are neither male nor female;

  • HMPO refuses to issue passports that display a permissible non gender-specific ‘X’ character rather than ‘M’ or ‘F’ [‘X’ Passports];

  • Passport applicants whose identities are neither male nor female are subject to a discriminatory policy which forces them to declare an inappropriate gender otherwise they cannot obtain a passport;

  • HMPO policy forces individuals whose identities are neither male nor female to deny a profound aspect of their identity whilst making a declaration known by the individual to be false;

  • HMPO passport policy means that individuals in this category face an unacceptable choice between carrying a document for the purposes of travel and identification that is a gross misrepresentation [rather than an affirmation] of their identity and forgoing a passport;

  • HMPO policy causes distress and humiliation to individuals whose social invisibility is further compounded;

  • HMPO policy is effectively forcing a section already marginalized within gendered society to collude in their own oppression/invisibility through a forced and unwilling self-denial of their identity in return for issuance of a UK passport;

  • Passport data is used by some third party institutions [eg. financial service providers] to confirm a person’s identity with the effect that documentation issued and personal records held by third parties on non-gendered individuals is consequentially inaccurate and misrepresentative.

Christie Elan-Cane has campaigned for more than 25 years to achieve legal and social recognition as a person of non-gendered identity;
Christie has engaged with politicians of all mainstream parties and worked with various government departments to raise awareness of the issues surrounding non-gendered identity over a number of years;
Christie approached Clifford Chance LLP and subsequently instigated legal proceedings against the UK Home Office in order that its passport policy should be subject to judicial review after the political process had been exhausted and had failed;
Christie is not seeking special treatment however does seek to be treated fairly;
Christie would not accept an ‘X’ Passport without a policy change on their issuance;
Christie’s pronoun [third person singular] is per/per/perself.

Christie is represented, on a pro-bono basis, by Narind Singh, Eraldo D'Atri, Anne Collins and Jemima Roe of Clifford Chance LLP and Kate Gallafent QC, Tom Mountford and Gayatri Sarathy of Blackstone Chambers.

Quotes:
Christie Elan-Cane: ‘’Legitimate identity is a fundamental human right but non-gendered people are treated as though we have no rights. It is unacceptable that someone who defines as neither male nor female is forced to declare an inappropriate gender in order to obtain a passport.”

“The UK Government has consistently and consciously shown a determined unwillingness to accommodate non-gendered peoples’ legitimate needs. We are socially invisible and we are ‘inconvenient’ in a society where so much – even the legislative system – is bound and classified in accordance to gender. The Government prefers to respond to our situation as though we do not exist rather than work towards enabling our assimilation into gendered society.’’

Anne Collins, Clifford Chance Associate: ‘‘This case raises important questions regarding the right to respect for individuals’ gender identity for those who do not identify exclusively as male or female, including members of the trans community, intersex people and those who identify as non-gendered. X Passports are crucial to the protection of the human rights of this group of individuals, and Clifford Chance is proud to be working with Christie to appeal the High Court's decision on the issue."

Notes:
‘X’ Passports comply with UN International Civil Aviation Organisation [ICAO] accepted standards for Machine Readable Travel Documents
‘M’, ‘F’ and ‘X’ are permitted characters for ‘Sex’, a mandatory identification category for Machine Readable Travel Documents as specified in ICAO Document 9303
‘X’ indicates the passport holder’s sex as ‘’Unspecified’’
‘X’ Passports [or passports that display an alternative non gender-specific character] are allowed for in Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, India, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nepal, Pakistan, and Uruguay.
The UK recognises ‘X’ Passports issued in another country as a valid travel document at border control points


Twitter @ChristieElanCan

CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT
The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure




National Diversity Awards 2019

I’m looking forward to the Awards ceremony tomorrow – Friday 20 September – and before I head to Liverpool I wanted to document some of my thoughts.
It is an amazing privilege to be shortlisted for the 2019 National Diversity Lifetime Achiever Award and I’m sure the ceremony will be equally amazing, however for me the most important thing is that I will attend the ceremony as myself and not as gendered society would prefer me to be.
The UK Government wants me to be socially invisible, legally non-existent and devoid of all civil rights and currently is going to some lengths to pursue that aim.
For too long the issue that I’ve spent most of my adult life working towards – legitimate identity for people who define as neither male nor female – was perceived to be disingenuous or – even worse – a fad.
Campaigning – indeed fighting - from a position outside the legislative framework, without social visibility, without established cultural reference points and without a platform it was extremely hard to convince anyone – whether it be politicians or the wider public – that the lack of legal recognition for people of non-gendered identity is a genuine and serious human rights violation.
Of course there’s been a considerable amount of progress – that I am shortlisted for an award that I could not have been nominated for just a few years ago is evidence of the progress that has been made. But there is still so far to go – and particularly in the UK where we have a government that is disinterested in trans issues and for whom my existence is an inconvenience.
The whole point of embracing Diversity is that NO ONE is excluded, left behind and punished by society for being who they are.
The Awards Ceremony will be livestreamed from 9:00pm tomorrow - Friday 20 September - on the ITV News YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/ITVNews


Twitter @ChristieElanCan


CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT


The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure




UPDATES

I’ve not updated for a while – so just a brief reminder of current campaign issues,


‘X’ PASSPORTS

An appeal hearing has been scheduled for the first week of December 2019. Appeal should last one and a half days to begin either 3rd or 4th December. The exact date will not be announced by the court – not even to me/my legal team – until Monday 2nd December. Location is the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand.


2021 CENSUS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES

I’ve recently visited my current local MP in a bid to secure a last minute change to unacceptable proposals for 2021 Census being put forward by the Office for National Statistics [ONS] to the Cabinet Office.

What I have learned very recently [because no one with whom I’d had extensive conversations on the matter had bothered to tell me] is that the mandatory Sex question is embedded as non amendable within the Census Act 1920.

The Census Act therefore requires amendment before any proposal to include a third, neutral option can be considered.

For the record, my proposal put forward was that the Sex question should be amended to Sex/Gender with three response options,

‘M’ [male], ‘F’ [female] and a neutral option ‘X’ or ‘N’ [to indicate the respondent as being neither or other]

There is no need for an additional, voluntary question as currently proposed by ONS. The voluntary question [along with ONS’ associated guidance to completing the question] is illogical and nothing more than usual government lip service to issues [and sections of society] that it chooses to ignore.

I fear it may be too late to get the Act amended before a census order [statutory instrument] containing ONS’ ridiculous proposals for 2021 Census are laid before Parliament.

But I intend to try!!!


IT IS TIME TO GET RID OF ‘LADIES & GENTLEMEN ……….’

I’ve just received the latest in a line of rebuts from the BBC following my attempt to persuade the UK’s national broadcaster to address this issue,

We have read and noted your points but don’t consider they suggest evidence of a possible breach of standards

The BBC’s management fail to understand that viewers and listeners want to feel we are included when we are collectively being addressed.

This point was understood by Transport for London, the Barbican Centre and other organisations that I’ve contacted in the past.

Our national broadcaster, to whom we pay a licence fee, does not consider that exclusion of a marginalized section of its audience does constitute a breach of standards.

I intend to continue to escalate my complaint and,

CALL TO ACTION!!

Invite anyone who strongly believes that ‘Ladies & Gentlemen ………’ is exclusionary and outdated to complain via email to ecu@bbc.co.uk citing Reference Number CAS-5552696-W5TVSB.

I’d like to hear from anyone currently engaged in similar battles. If you’ve come up against an organisation that refuses to address this particular issue, I’d like you to contact me via this site. Note, you will need to be logged into LiveJournal. You can set up an account HERE.


I will try to update the site more frequently but events tend to overtake etc.

You can follow me on Twitter or Facebook for less detailed but more frequent updates.


Twitter @ChristieElanCan


CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT


The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure



National Diversity Awards


I’m absolutely thrilled to have been shortlisted for 2019 National Diversity Lifetime Achiever Award for my campaign work on ‘X’ Passports and much more besides over a period of nearly 30 years!


Many thanks indeed to all who voted for me.

The 2019 National Diversity Awards ceremony is on Friday 20th September 2019 in Liverpool. Click HERE for more information and tickets.



Twitter @ChristieElanCan


CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT


The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure




‘X’ PASSPORTS IN THE UK: THE LEGAL CHALLENGE


A REMINDER THAT THE APPEAL HEARING FOR MY CASE WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE WEEK BEGINNING 2nd DECEMBER 2019.

MY UNDERSTANDING IS THE HEARING WILL RUN INTO TWO DAYS [STARTING EITHER TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY]. EXACT DATES ARE NOT DUE TO BE ANNOUNCED UNTIL THE 2nd DECEMBER, UNFORTUNATELY.



National Diversity Awards


Many thanks indeed to all who voted for my nomination for 2019 National Diversity Lifetime Achiever Award for my campaign work on ‘X’ Passports and much more besides over a period of nearly 30 years!

I was a late nominee with only one week to collect votes before public voting closed therefore not expecting too much. I was completely astounded by the powerful statements and support for my work. Thank-you once again!

A shortlist will be announced on 1st July 2019.


EDM 175

Here is a reminder that EDM 175 calling upon HM Government to change its discriminatory policy on the issuance of ‘X’ Passports is still live ………..

All MPs should be strongly encouraged to support the motion.


Twitter @ChristieElanCan


CAMPAIGNING UPON A PRINCIPLE OF LEGITIMATE IDENTITY AS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT


The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered

(no subject)

CHRISTIE ELAN-CANE
NON-GENDERED
Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure



National Diversity Awards


I am thrilled to have been nominated for Lifetime Achiever Award in upcoming 2019 National Diversity Awards for my campaign work on ‘X’ Passports and much more besides over a period of nearly 30 years!

If my work has made a difference to your life then please VOTE FOR ME

Otherwise, just VOTE FOR ME anyway!

But don’t delay – voting closes Friday 31st May 2019.

Click HERE to vote – Thank-you so much!


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LEGITIMATE IDENTITY IS A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT


The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered