Joanna Cherry KC speaks about the importance of sexual orientation under the Equality Act
For LGBT History Month 2023, Joanna Cherry speaks in the House of Commons.
Read a transcript.
Sex Matters in the Media webinar
Helen Joyce of Sex Matters talked to communications consultant Conrad Roeber on Thursday 26th January at 7.30pm Watch the recording About the webinar Our director of advocacy, Helen Joyce, will be talking to communications consultant Conrad Roeber about the media’s failures in reporting on sex and gender, and what...
18th January 2023
What’s causing the trans explosion?
Helen Joyce talks with stand-up comedians Konstantin Kisin (@konstantinkisin) and Francis Foster (@francisjfoster) of Triggernometry.
1:03:38 on YouTube.
Julia Hartley-Brewer furious as Cambridge Dictionary redefines ‘woman’
Live from the TalkRadio studio on Talk TV
The Cambridge Dictionary has changed its definition of woman to include men who identify as women.
Julia Hartley-Brewer reacts to the news with Maya Forstater.
5:48 on YouTube.
Petition to make the Equality Act clear – campaign webinar
Maya Forstater and Helen Joyce of Sex Matters were joined by campaigners @MsGiveZeroFox and @satiricole on 6th December 2022 Watch the recording About the webinar Since our petition was launched in early November, more than 38,000 people have signed, calling on the government to update the Equality Act 2010...
29th November 2022
Toilets Matter: a Sex Matters webinar
Maya Forstater and Helen Joyce of Sex Matters were joined by journalist Rose George, author of The Big Necessity, on 18th November 2022 in the run-up to World Toilet Day. Watch the recording About the webinar World Toilet Day is a chance to focus on an issue that is...
8th November 2022
Helen Joyce in conversation with Sir Partha Dasgupta
Caius College Cambridge, 25th October 2022
Organised by Professor Arif Ahmed for Free Speech
1:26:50 on YouTube
Helen Joyce: the truth about trans and why sex matters
Marshall Matters on SpectatorTV
Author and journalist Helen Joyce speaks to Winston Marshall about the most contentious issue of the age: the transgender debate. They discussed Mermaids, Tavistock, the Scottish Gender Bill and her new book; perhaps the most authoritative on the subject.
1:01:22 on YouTube.
Interview with Helen Joyce about Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality
The Jordan P Peterson podcast
Helen Joyce and Dr Jordan B Peterson discuss the depths of this truly cultural battle, the dangers of a quickly growing transhumanist ideology, and the unbridled narcissism lurking at the heart of the conflict.
1:21:42 on YouYube.
Maya Forstater wins three claims in employment tribunal following trans row
Andrew Doyle talks to Maya Forstater on Free Speech Nation.
17:54 on YouTube.
Maya Forstater: The new fight for women’s rights
The Brendan O'Neill Show on Spiked.
Maya Forstater, co-founder of Sex Matters and the Respect My Sex campaign, joins Brendan O’Neill to discuss how trans activism silences women and the importance of defending biological sex.
49:04 on YouTube.
Single-sex protected: toilets, refuges, changing rooms can remain single-sex
Mercy Muroki and Patrick Christys talk to Maya Forstater of Sex Matters on To The Point about the 'harassment' she received from trans lobbyists.
2:05 on YouTube.
Courage calls to courage: in conversation with Maya Forstater
At the Filia 2021 conference, Maya Forstater in an informal discussion with some of the women who have stood up for women's rights and against gender ideology: Stephanie Davies Arai with parents and schools, Joanna Cherry in parliament, Jenni Murray in the media, Laoise Uí Aodha de Brún in...
Trans cervix row – is it transphobic to say women have a cervix?
Mercy Muroki and Patrick Christys talk to Maya Forstater on To The Point
7:10 on YouTube.
Woman who lost job over transgender views wins appeal
Maya Forstater and Becky Cotterrill talk forSky News
A woman who lost her job after expressing views that sex cannot be changed and transgender women are "not women" has won an appeal against an employment tribunal.
2:58 on YouTube.
Woman sacked over gender-critical views wins court appeal
Becky Cotterill for Sky News
Maya Forstater who lost her job after expressing views that sex cannot be changed and transgender women are "not women" has won an appeal against an employment tribunal.
2:00 on YouTube.