Fighting for legal and social recognition outside the gendered societal structure
CENSORSHIP BY GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER
Referring to Guardian article titled ‘Culture secretary Maria Miller apologises over mortgage expenses’ published today http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/apr/03/culture-secretary-maria-miller-ordered-apologise-mortgage-expenses#comment-33909314.
Here is the comment the Guardian Newspaper did not want you to read:
“The other scandal for which Maria Miller should be forced to resign from her Ministerial position has never attracted public or media attention. Her appointment as Equalities Minister meant she inherited responsibility for the delivery of a series of commitments made by the coalition government towards the trans* community. As the government forged ahead on a highly publicised LGBT 'equalities' initiative, all attention was focussed on same sex marriage while commitments to T were quietly dropped. This was not accidental. Maria Miller was put there for the purpose of steering through on vote winning and relatively 'safe' deliverables while the most marginalized sections of society were (and continue to be) ignored in a calculated and deliberate attempt to bury issues the government does not want to address (in stark contrast to what is happening in Australia where inclusive policies have been embraced by the Federal Government). Maria Miller, and her sidekick Helen Grant (also subject to questions raised about personal expenses), are a thorough disgrace - AND THEY SHOULD GO.”
The denial of existence is the worst act of discrimination by the gendered majority against the non-gendered