Jane Fae

Jane Fae is a writer and feminist with a particular interest in the rights of individuals to express their own sexuality without censure by the state. She is an active supporter of Consenting Adult Action Network, as well as regular contributor to national and LGBT press.

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Which gender toilet does a trans person choose? Why does it matter?

A small minority of non-trans people have insisted on making it dangerous to go to the bathroom

Under initial proposals by campaigners seeking tighter controls on internet porn, customers would have had to contact their ISP if they wanted the automatic filter switched off

Creating a porn filter is one thing, creating a transparent and functional one quite another

The Government has entrusted the safeguarding of children to a bunch of non-UK, unregulated, commercial interests

What's the point of 'Straight Pride'?

Backlash organisations like Straight Pride UK are convinced that minority groups have suddenly been handed extra rights. In fact, they're only just getting equal treatment

Is gender dysphoria simply recognised as fraud in the eyes of the law?

The message from the courts is clear: we’ll have none of that gender-bending nonsense round here

As the the recent incident in Soho shows, police attitudes to trans people must change

It's time police forces across the country presented a coherent and humane approach to gender recognition - for the sake of trans people and their public image

This High Court ruling on criminal records is only a minor win for human rights

This ruling may limit the disclosure of historic information, but what about its retention?

Burchill's attack follows the same pattern - trans stories are only of interest if we star as villains

If we want acceptance, we must sit on the sidelines and cheer for the "real women's issues".  Except we do that already

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