Attitudes · Single Sex / Spaces · Social Inclusion

What are the limits (if any) to being ‘inclusive’?

Is there a point where being 'inclusive' of one group may become significantly disadvantageous or damaging to another? How might any such disadvantage be best addressed? ** Here's UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries' view as at June 2022: tbc

Biology vs Culture (Sex & Gender) · Social Inclusion · Sport

Sex, gender and sport

This article (May 2022) by Emma Hilton provides a general picture of what 'the science' tells us about biological sex advantages in sport: What science tells us about transgender women athletes. Also of interest, by Jon Pike? A step change in sports policy: The UK Sports Councils’ new guidance on trans inclusion is a breath of… Continue reading Sex, gender and sport


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