Write to your candidates

This is the most important thing you can do – and only takes two minutes using our template email.

Template email

Dear [Candidate]

[Find out their names and email addresses at www.whocanivotefor.co.uk]

[Say something to introduce yourself – if you’ve written before, talked on the doorstep, or voted for them or their party.]

While there are many issues in this election, I am particularly concerned about the impact of gender ideology on the rights of women and girls.

[A personal story about how this has affected you will make an impact.]

Please can you give me clear, brief answers to the following questions: 

  • Do you recognise that there are two sexes, male and female, and the law should recognise that there are situations where this matters? 
  • If elected, will you stand up for single-sex services and sports?  
  • Do you agree that the Equality Act should be made clearer, to provide protection against discrimination based on sex?
  • Will you commit not to bring in gender self-ID through the back door?
  • Do you agree that freedom of speech about sex and gender is important?
  • Will you meet with “gender-critical” groups and constituents if you are elected to Parliament? 

If any of these are issues you’re not familiar with, you might find these briefings for MPs useful.

Thank you for reading this: I look forward to hearing from you. 

[Suggest a meeting or phone call if you want to talk in more detail.]


[Address to show candidates that you live in their constituency]

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