The ‘self-identity bill’ is, of course, supported by all of the parties in the Scottish Parliament, even by two of the Cons.
The Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has made clear that there is no “objectively evidenced prospect” of gender reform causing harm to women. That applies in Scotland and so, by implication, elsewhere in the UK.
“We could not identify any objectively evidenced prospect of real and concrete harm resulting from the proposed 3 changes.
“In our analysis, we consistently found that holding a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC) does not determine how a person is treated in the key areas of concern – prisons, data, sport, access to medical treatment, access to single-sex services, changing rooms and toilets.https://www.thenational.scot/…/23178187.scottish-human…/