by Liberal Voice for Women
Monday 12th April 2021 7pm
Three experts on childhood gender dysphoria from different fields will explore approaches to treatment and interrogate recent practices.
About this event
We would like to invite you to the second online event of Liberal Voice for Women.
We are delighted to present this exceptional line-up of speakers:
Stella O’Malley is a psychotherapist, author and presenter of the 2018 Channel 4 documentary Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk. She is a Clinical Advisor for the Society for Evidence-based Gender Medicine, a founding member of the International Association of Therapists for Desisters and Detransitioners, and the lead facilitator for the Gender Dysphoria Support Network.
Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans is a philosopher and social theorist who has stood on a platform of liberal values all her life. She has particular expertise in the politics of medicine, the sexed body, and gender. Currently she is fighting against the scandal of gender identity development ‘medicine’ and for children’s human rights to freedom from bodily harm and from gender. Her latest book is Transgender Body Politics (2020), Spinifex Press
Stephanie Davies-Arai is the Director of Transgender Trend, the leading UK organisation in the call for evidence-based healthcare for gender dysphoric children and science-based teaching in schools. Author of Communicating with Kids, Stephanie is a communications skills trainer who has provided training and workshops for teachers and parents for over 20 years.
Chaired by Cllr Alison Jenner
The event will take the form of presentations from each of the speakers, followed by a Q & A with questions from attendees submitted on the night.