1. The 2017 ruling by the European Court of Human Rights is the case of AP, Garcon and Nicot v France
2. Equality and Human Rights Commission’s letter to the Scottish Government.
3. Cabinet Secretary, Shona Robison’s statement to Parliament said:
“the 2010 act does not apply exceptions specifically to toilets and changing rooms. Trans people can and do use those now, whether they have a GRC or not, and they have been using them for many years“,
“trans people do not need to have legal gender recognition or a certificate in order to access facilities that align with their gender“, and
“although we may refer to facilities such as toilets and changing rooms as single-sex spaces, they are not legally defined as such under the Equality Act 2010 and, of course, GRCs are not necessary to access them“
4. Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland submission to the second GRA consultation.
5. Information about the vast majority of children who identify as trans desisting as they mature. The Tavistock’s research showed 90.3% of young people who did not start on puberty blockers desisted.
Note: The 78% figure in the leaflets is from an independent poll that we commissioned Panelbase to conduct in December 2021.
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