Thank you to the Free Speech Union for supporting student Lisa Keogh in winning the shocking enquiry by Abertay University for saying that women have vaginas
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Firstly I’d like to congratulate Toby Young for founding the Free Speech Union. Without it I have my doubts that law student Lisa Keogh would have had such a comprehensive victory in a shocking inquiry into her gender-critical views at her university.
Ms Keogh is a mother of two and a mature student at Abertay University in Dundee. During an online class about the trans issue You have had to live in she said three things which appear to have upset other students.
The first was that women have vaginas; the second was women are weaker than men physically and thirdly that women should not have to compete against trans women in sports.
All reasonable points. Other students not only didn’t agree they made a complaint to the university about “inappropriate and offensive comments.”
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Instead of the uni throwing out the complaint at once they took two months to clear Ms Keogh. This inquiry took place while she was in the thick of her exam time. The uni knew this but instead of dealing with it quickly they allowed the process to drag on. A disgrace.
Further had it not been for the Free Speech Union shining a light on the inquiry and offering legal help you can be quite sure that this university would have happily and quietly found her guilty.
They couldn’t do this now the Free Speech Union was on their backs and people like me were waiting for the outcome.
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Ms Keogh said after the verdict; “I was targeted because of my gender-critical views. It was a modern day witch-hunt. No woman should face discrimination in the way I have because she believes in se-based rights..”
Even the SNP backed her with one local MP saying; “The university should make sure that future students are not subject to the stress of spurious complaints not discriminated against, harassed or victimised for their beliefs.”
I hadn’t heard of Abertay Uni prior to this shocking case. Will be keeping a look out for any other nasty inquiries in the future.
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