Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure
As some of you will have noticed, Simon Hughes’ Early Day Motion (EDM) No. 889 has been removed from the EDM database. This happened sometime late yesterday evening less than 48 hours after the motion being tabled.
I have been informed by the House of Commons Information Office the EDM was “suspended” due to Simon Hughes’ now being made a minister despite that Simon Hughes was technically not a minister when EDM tabled on 17 December 2013.
Absolutely disgraceful and, given all previous attempts from government to shaft the issue and HM Passport Office continued non-compliance in providing evidence that a serious ‘review’ into ‘X’ passports ever took place, I am very deeply suspicious about a number of things.
I understand that MP Julian Huppert will re-table the motion but this will be after the Xmas parliamentary recess.
The EDM is one mechanism for getting the issue raised however there are other, more effective, means and I intend to use them.
In the meantime, my two petitions are still very much online and uncensored. Therefore I urge everyone to keep circulating these links:
Amendment to discriminatory Equality Act 2010
and I hope to have more positive news very soon.
The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered