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?
The Countess submission to the NCCA consultation on the draft Senior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Short Course curriculum.
The Countess has produced a submission to the public consultation on the draft Senior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Short Course curriculum. The… Read More »The Countess submission to the NCCA consultation on the draft Senior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Short Course curriculum.
As well as the invaluable health benefits to both mother and newborn, breastfeeding is often celebrated as a profound emotional bonding experience. However, an increasing… Read More »Women’s Health and Elective Double Mastectomies
The Irish Penal Reform Trust is an independent NGO that works to improve the Irish penal system through advocacy, lobbying, reports, studies, and public awareness… Read More »The Irish Penal Reform trust and the elephant in the room
In October last year, the Countess team raised concerns with the HSE and the Ombudsman for Children about the guidance provided by the HSE on… Read More »The HSE and the Ombudsman for Children are ignoring potential harm to children from TENI website.
Gender Recognition (Amendment) (Prisons) Bill 2023 New Bill aims to amend the GRA 2015 and stop males being housed in Irish women’s prisons The Bill… Read More »Historic Bill Drafted by Laoise De Brún BL
The Countess published our first policy paper on 16th June 2023, titled “Gender and Sex in Irish Prisons”. This is the culmination of 3 years… Read More »The Countess: Sex and Gender In Irish Prisons 2023 – Policy Paper
Introduction On Tuesday June 13th Irish senators debated the controversial Criminal Justice (Incitement to Violence or Hatred and Hate Offences) Bill 2022. With very short… Read More »Save Free Speech Rally: Laoise de Brún BL