John Armstrong

LSE is right to cut ties with Stonewall

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The London School of Economics (LSE) shocked their student union this week by informing them that the university is disaffiliating from Stonewall. The union responded with horror, demanding a consultation before reversing ‘the decision to disaffiliate’. The SU has also demanded the establishment of a ‘gender expression fund to pay for items necessary to support transition’ (the equivalent fund at UCL helps transwomen purchase essentials such as makeup) and a ‘designated queer space on campus.’ 

Stonewall’s position seems baffling until you grasp its postmodern perspective

LSE have left the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, a ranking scheme whereby organisations are awarded points according to how closely they follow...

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