The High Court’s ruling to limit access to puberty delaying medication for trans teens was the latest blow in what feels to many trans Brits like an endless onslaught of prejudice.
Katherine O’Donnell has worked for many of the UK’s national newspapers in her 35-year career, including The Times of London, the Evening Standard, and The Independent. She runs a social enterprise, campaigns for LGBTIQ equality and lives in Scotland and in France.
An English court ruling on accessibility to puberty blockers will cause considerable upset to trans teenagers—and was announced as anti-trans hate in the British media continues.
Jan Morris, who died last week, was a great writer and a pioneering trans woman whose ground-breaking memoir 'Conundrum' unleashed a cultural shockwave when it was published.