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
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
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
Irish society has become more accepting of gender expression, but when it comes to the provision of intimate spaces and services, biological sex matters. The… Read More »Irish Public Have their Say in First Irish Gender Poll
The Countess, along with forty-two other groups and forty-one individuals representing ten countries has joined the Women’s Liberation Front in calling for an end to… Read More »Signatory to WoLF Submission to UN Gender Consultation
We represent two grassroots organisations, The Countess Didn’t Fight For This and Radicailín, whose combined members are deeply concerned about the impact on freedom of expression, enforceability… Read More »Is the Proposed Hate Crime Bill Fit For Purpose?
As the Founder of The Countess Didn’t Fight for This, I would like to draw your readers’ attention to a few facts regarding the article… Read More »[LETTER] The Countess Responds to The Phoenix
Yesterday saw the newly-formed grassroots political campaign The Countess Didn’t Fight For This protest outside the Dail, unfurling a banner stating that ‘Women Will Not… Read More »New Grassroots Political Campaign ‘The Countess Didn’t Fight For This’ Protest Outside the Dail