Northern Irish police have read Ceri Black her rights on the orders of Scotland’s answer to Adrian Harrop, the actor and troll, David Paisley.
Previously, Paisley used Scottish police to harass and terrify feminist Marion Millar because he thought a Suffragette ribbon looked like a noose. The resulting publicity threatened to turn Marion into a hero and the Scottish police into a laughing stock before the charges finally went away.
Now, Northern Ireland police—trained by Stonewall and unleashed by Paisley—are bothering a lesbian for a tweets she wrote about safeguarding. Like most men who support gender identity ideology, Paisley has little understanding of the concept, or even why it's necessary. He treats basic boundaries as if they were trivial, outdated concepts, and blurs the boundaries around the conversation to score points.
Meanwhile, police forces all over the UK have been trained by an organisation whose leader compares lesbians to racists and gender-critical positions to antisemitism. It is a match made in hell. An overreaction to the damning findings of the Stephen Lawrence report means that police are acting as reputation managers, goons, enforcers—whatever you want to call the relationship— for men who have found in trans rights activism a cover for their aggressive, sadistic misogyny.
The cases of Marion Millar and Ceri Black mean that an official investigation into Stonewall, and the activist bullies empowered by them, could not come soon enough.
That fool has picked on the wrong woman for the second time.
There's a world of difference between a mother toilet training their toddler and having to share bathroom facilities with grown men you're not related to. No-one is disputing that bodies are bodies, it's what some entitled and perverted men do with bits of theirs that bothers women.