Amnesty Ireland joined our power-drunk trans lobby, along with 26 other publicly-funded NGOs, to make this extraordinary demand in an open letter: ‘We call on media, and politicians to no longer provide legitimate representation for those that share bigoted beliefs.’
Now aged 23, the then 15-year-old Keira, troubled and depressed throughout her adolescence, became convinced that she was really a boy in a girl’s body. That psychological trauma led ultimately to a double mastectomy and years of hormone treatments that have left her sterile.
The case of Barbie Kardashian and the decision to house him in Limerick Prison amongst female prisoners drew Irish people’s attention to the concept and… Read More »Trans Prisoners in Women’s Prisons: Whose Rights? Whose Dignity?
In our new series, “Letters from the Front”, we will be bringing you the perspectives of GC feminists from various locations around the world where… Read More »Letters from the Front, US Edition – Part 1
The Countess submission to the NCCCA consultation on the Draft Junior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Short Course curriculum. Following a review of… Read More »Consultation on Updated Junior Cycle SPHE Curriculum
Senator Regina Doherty’s appearance before the Scottish Parliament’s Equality, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee on June 22nd was an extraordinary example of how gender… Read More »Scottish Committee Car crash: Regina Doherty says the quiet bit out loud
The Countess is the new grassroots movement on everyone’s lips this week. We have launched a powerful and searing campaign video which is a call-to-arms to defend the words “girl”, “woman”, “female” and “mother” from the march of what… Read More »Countess Campaign: These Words Belong to Us
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022, Wicklow Library hosted an event with Sara Phillips, Chair of TENI, to speak about “topics that affect transgender women… Read More »Wicklow Goes Woke … and falls asleep at the wheel
In his latest article for The Countess, prison consultant Gearóid Ó Loingsigh reviews a report published recently by the Inspector of Prisons announcing plans to… Read More »Irish Prison Service Procedures In Breach Of UN Rules