Kirsty blackman, a Scottish Parliament member, said that she “had no clue” about her chromosomes during a discussion on the Equality Act 2010.
The Equality Act will prevent discrimination based on age, disability “gender reassignment”, race and other characteristics. The Equality Act is currently being amended to prevent anyone who is biologically a man from entering women’s bathrooms, locker rooms and other spaces for single-sex people.
Blackman, during a speech on the floor, said: “We have talked about biological sexuality a number times.” “No one has been able explain what biological sexuality is. “A member over there made a good attempt at it, talking about XX chromosomes and XY.”
“I don’t know what my chromosomes look like.” I’m assuming that they’re probably XY but I’m not sure, I don’t have a clue. I have a vague idea of what my genitals are like, and how they compare to other people’s. If we are talking about biological sexuality, and that is the definition we require, then there must be a definition that everyone can agree on.
Joanna Cherry, a Parliamentary Member, placed her hands on her head as if in disbelief. Cherry, a gay lesbian, claims that her career has been ruined because she spoke out against the Equality Act and in favor of free speech. The venue cancelled a speech due to her opposition to laws that allow individuals to easily change their legal documents to support “gender identities.”
Scotland has reversed its policy of allowing biological male violent offenders be imprisoned in female prisons due to widespread fear of rape. Adam Graham was to be sent to a women’s jail for raping 2 women in 2016 and 2019. However, public outcry forced officials to move him to a men’s prison.