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I haven't counted the number on this list - yet... But I did just that earlier this year on their own website, and I estimated that there were abut 2,500 individual companies and organisations on their list.

Two thousand and five hundred.

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May 21, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

it's easy to see how being that the TRA community is so full of tech geeks and many probably run the social media accounts of these companies

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Nice one, Co-incidentally I just published something on our beloved Stonewall, which references this, if you or your readers are interested. https://sheridansinclair.substack.com/p/what-happened-to-stonewall-uk

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'If'...

Thanks, will read!

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Read and subscribed. Shared article. So good. Thank you!

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Great read & thorough analysis - subscribed!!!

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May 19, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

Good work for consistently challenging them on their own ground Graham. You certainly have guts. I've no doubt the time will come when you will be lauded as a champion in the fight, by others as well as those of us visiting this site.

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May 20, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

Thank you Graham. This is brilliant as ever. I’ve shared it to my Facebook page, the number of women that still say - why can’t you just let trans people get in with their lives, why does there have to be all this prejudice ... aaarrgghh!!! ... and I prefaced it with the following (the ongoing efforts in small face to face or by direct messaging conversations with friends, as well as via social media, by GC friends and myself to say, we have nothing against trans women, there are trans people who support us, support women’s rights, that are totally against what’s happening to children, the posting of links and suggestions of reading material, of organisations like WPUK, FPFW, Sex Matters etc, we won’t stop, have to keep getting the word out there, speaking out despite losing a few friends and what you publish is truly helpful but it’s so wearying sometimes. I don’t know how you keep going. Thank you!) ...

Really important to remember that Stonewall is not the Stonewall that we all loved and revered and donated to back in the 80’s that championed gay rights. This Stonewall is an aggressive, lesbian-ignoring, gender ideology juggernaut. If you have time to scan through the vast list of their signed up, paid up (nice little earner, eh!) ‘Diversity Champions’ ask yourself how many charities have it within their capacity to hook up with and capture this massive number of organisations; private, governmental, retail and corporate.

I’m just glad to see that neither my local government councils nor those of my children are on this list. Ditto a couple of other organisations I deal with. Sad that my old Uni and those of my daughters appear.

However, the disappearance, since yesterday following the publication of Essex University’s review, of the accessibility of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions list gives some hope that the Champions are starting to see through this lying, controlling, deceitful organisation that’s been trading on its previous good name for some years now.

An up to date ‘Champions’ list from May this year is here: https://web.archive.org/web/20210514165034/https://www.stonewall.org.uk/diversity-champions-members

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Julia - every word you’ve written 👏👏

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Thank you Mel. 🙏🏼

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Great piece Mel and of course Graham for the original post. I feel heartsick for Simon, Fred and the others who were there at the start. To see the organisation that they built which did so much good being used as a Trojan horse by the transborg must be heartbreaking. Thankfully they are building a new team at LGB alliance, hopefully they can protect young gay boys and lesbians from the vicious brainwashing currently on offer at Stonewall. We will bring them down, brick by brick. Chip, chip, chip.

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yeah while corporations marketed to gay people a little bit and Hollywood supported LGBT back in the day due to the AIDS crisis there was NEVER the kind of money to be made from this that there is to be made from transing everyone. ESPECIALLY CHILDREN. Because puberty blockers are 20k a year, more expensive than cross sex hormones, and the younger they can get these children on these drugs the more money they make since they have lifelong patients after that. Another reason aiming at children is that once people have experienced sexuality they are less likely to endanger it, hence why 80 percent of TW don't have their penises cut off, they are NOT endangering that orgasm.

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May 19, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

I don’t know if you read these comments, Graham, but I just wanted to make sure you were aware of Corinna Cohn, a transsexual in the US who is one of the clearest, most honest and most authentic voices against trans ideology I’ve ever heard. Corinna does work on her own podcast, Heterodorx, but, if you want to get a sense of Corinna, listen to the second half of this recent podcast. I found it so powerful. https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-femsplainers-podcast/id1366430955?i=1000522118038 If you are ever looking for another trans person who is strongly against gender identity ideology to speak on one of your episodes, I’d highly recommend you chat to Corinna.

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Corinna is a fantastic human being.

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Corinna’s section on that podcast I linked to starts at around 40 mins into the podcast, by the way.

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Thanks for that, just listened and completely agree. Quite moving actually.

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Agree - I was heartbroken for her as she explained that she will never experience the joy of sexual pleasure and will be medicalised for the rest of her life. This is what is happening to our young people - NOW 😥

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I await the day when Ruth (I hate myself therefore I hate lesbians) *unt has to answer to a court/select committee/lesbians for allowing and encouraging the destruction of young girls to obey her lords and masters -

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May 20, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

That's quite a boatload of gender toadies, Graham.

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I’m spreading the word - I have good friends who work at companies on this list. As employees they should be able to request to see their company’s policies and raise concerns if they do not fall in line with the actual law of the land not the rainbow fairy dust law made up by Stonewall. There are so many signed up to this as it was “be included or be called out by the woke brigade” but money/profit and reputation will mean more to big business than waving a Stonewall flag. I’m so hoping this opens a few eyes to what’s going on. It’s incredible that they have infiltrated government, public services and financial institutions to such an extent. There should be a massive public inquiry into why public funding has been spent in this way especially as Stonewall have misrepresented the actual Equality Act. How many employees in future may now feel confident enough to come forward and share how they were made to conform to these policies and at what personal cost to them.

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Good Lord this list is long. ...and they're all paying to be on it aren't they. What a con job. And avoiding doing business with these idiots would take serious effort. Ugh.

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So our police and major law firms are signing up to an organisation that actively encourages them to ignore the law?

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Nobody knows! That’s their strategy as per their Dentons ‘manifesto’! Under the radar, get to the people making the decisions, give them an ‘easy’ way in to tick all their diversity and inclusivity boxes, cheaper than training courses, boom! Congrats! You’re a Diversity Champion! It will go down as the biggest con in the history of anything, ever! Except it’s not funny. It’s tragic and hideous for women and children. And for the gay community. Is there any charity in the history of the world that has managed such a comprehensive capture? Are Stonewall a limited company? Do they have published accounts? Where do all these payments from all their Champions go? I see that PWC and Deloitte are Champions. Do they do a little accountancy magic for The Stoners?

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One hopes that at some stage, someone will have the guts to conduct a psychometric study of the parents rather than the kids. I imagine that would be a horror show.

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For an excellent, much-needed new series on parents, see

When Sons Become Daughters, Parts I-V, "a multi-part Quillette series that explores how parents react when a son announces he wants to be a girl—and explains why so many of these mothers and fathers believe they can’t discuss their fears and concerns with their own children, therapists, doctors, friends, and relatives."

Part I: https://quillette.com/2021/04/02/when-sons-become-daughters-parents-of-transitioning-boys-speak-out-on-their-own-suffering/

The most recent, Part V:

https://quillette.com/2021/05/11/when-sons-become-daughters-part-v-the-links-between-trans-identity-gifted-minds-categorical-thinking-and-anime/

It's by a journalist who remains anonymous for the same kinds of reasons GC parents have to be in the closet, but their situations are more acute.

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I read the first part. It's excellent but it so shocking that parents virtually have to hide, as if they were committing a crime.

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Yes. The perspectives of gender-sceptical parents are not heard, are almost entirely absent from public debate and understanding, because they have way too much to lose if they were to be outed as non-believers to their trans-indoctrinated kids or their kids' so-called 'allies'. It is a nightmare for them, in more ways than people imagine.

It also allows for misplaced and generalised projections about parents whose kids get drawn in. The 'gifted minds' referred to above is typical, for example. Youth therapist Sasha Ayad is great on this.

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I did see that. It just adds credence to the need for an empirical study to be conducted on these folks.

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With respect, more useful studies might be on the cultish or quasi-religious nature of transgenderism, the susceptibility of girls in particular to social contagions, here about 'gender', and how our culture may feed a wish to escape being female.

On the influences of online worlds in the inner lives of teens (Tumblr, hentai, sissy porn, YouTube transition vloggers, to name but a few), of trans-pushing organisations like Stonewall, Gendered Intelligence et al on schools and universities, of peers and school/uni endorsement and celebration, of the typical adolescent desire to belong to something cool and cutting edge.

On yearning to escape hated privilege and why identifying as trans automatically provides that, and why autistic, ADHD, depressed teens fall prey in such numbers.

I know a lot of parents of teens who suddenly declared trans identities. Always after much time online and/or in trans-admiring peer groups. Only one pair (the only insanely woke affirmers in a crowd of deeply worried, rational non-believers in 'born in the wrong body'ism) and one over-the-top-controlling parent came anywhere near your 'horror show' projection.

Auto-blaming parents reminds of the old belief that autism was caused by 'refrigerator mothers'.

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I couldn't agree more with an anthropological/sociological study of the contagion at work. This is by no means a simple problem.

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It feels like a complete colonisation of society.

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May 19, 2021Liked by mole at the counter

Christ,thats some list

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Newsnight-worthy.

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Yes, but signatories include the BBC... and which has over 400 trans-identified employees, so... 'Fair and balanced'?

Also: Channel 4, ITV, Sky, the Guardian, the House of Commons, the House of Lords, The Scottish Parliament, The Labour Party, The Green Party, NHS, the General Medical Council, the ACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, police forces up and down the country..... To name a few. The extent of institutional capture is unbelievable.

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Still a massive list, but glad to see my employer is no longer on it. Disappointing but not surprising that there are oodles of education, police, and health care bodies signed up.

Here's to hoping the list shrinks as more catch on to what's really going on.

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no longer? So was on there at one time and desisted? Do you know what went into their decision to withdraw from it? I wonder what is happening with this behind the scenes. I wrote a few letters to some of the companies on there and then sorry to say I completely forgot I had vowed to write all of them,oops.

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They're a huge company and I'm very low on the ladder so I've no idea what prompted the change. I would think you'd need to be quite high up to have any insight. And I'm not. 😁 But it was certainly within the last year as I remember seeing them on it when I got interested in GC discussions. The Keira Bell case must've surely set some alarm bells ringing for a lot of companies.

There's nothing wrong with inclusivity in the vast majority of jobs. The concern is employers ignoring the equality act based on misinformation from Stonewall and putting mainly women at a disadvantage. And the policing of pronouns needs to take a flying leap and fuck off forever.

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so basically I have to wonder if they are hearing from a lot of us. They have nothing to gain from being on that list and when the detransing stuff starts spawning class actions it will not be good for marketing purposes.

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Excellent. Thank you for this.

In the U.S., “Stonewall” means a crusty old bar in lower Manhattan (Greenwich Village), NYC, where, decades ago transsexual men once ran out into the streets and rioted. This bar is purportedly alphabet-soup-friendly. Apparently, in the U.K., “Stonewall” has a quite different meaning.😬 Btw, NYC is home to the brave & stunning trans-medical-industry-for-profit ($$$$$$$), with Callen-Lorde medical facility & Mount Sinai medical system/ Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery raking in the most profit, I believe. While I’m writing this, I might as well share this fun link, so everyone can take this tots legit “Gender Dysphoria” online test. I did. I scored an 83% GENDER DYSPHORIC (Hmmmm. Perhaps because I’m female living in a misogynist-friendly / trans-terrorist-protective society where I’m being forced to put up with Men-Who-Think-They-Are-Women / potential predator men in my restroom, in my face and bullying me in real-life & stalking me online? Ya think??) https://www.pridemind.org. Enjoy!

P.S. If this is not amusing enough, then simply grab your popcorn & rescue inhaler and watch this brief, bossy Callen-Lorde medical industry video “Pronouns Matter”. 😜🤪 Because these less than a dozen individuals are WAF and all the cool kids are joining the Improper-English-Language-Because-Unicorn-Feelings-Matter cult: https://youtu.be/QQIVjE_P5jA

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The quiz question about dressing like the opposite sex in private made me laugh. I'm a woman who never wears a skirt or dress and I often swap trousers and tops with my boyfriend. I'm pretty sure the way I dress was simply considered 'unisex' at one time. But then in transgender land, all women wear dresses and twin-set and pearls.

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Yep. I'm tall and often buy men's clothes and shoes because they fit better.

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Jings the questions like you

I laughed at the "in the privacy of your home".. I buy mens baggy T shirts so versatile..😁 Got the feeling that the questions were pitched toward males. But what got really lme ol was the name of one of the suggested therapists..Cyblene Blood.

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Oops should read got me lol....😁

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Not sure that is the image of women that transgender land pushes. Not by seeing what the men-larping-as-women seem to be wearing. I think the stereotype is that women are big boob, plastic faces and wearing barely there p*rnographic ensembles.

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What a pile o shite that quiz is. I got 123 and I know I'm a 135. If I've experienced distress relating to parts of my body it's because I've been bombarded with images of unnatainable perfection from childhood, not that I'm a man, FFS.

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I managed 50 seconds of watching that claptrap on pronouns. What a bunch of absolute tossers.

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I got a 132 out of 135 (really non-dysphoric). Quite wrong. I'm a stone cold 135.

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It was actually a Butch lesbian that threw the first brick and started the Stonewall riot as well...the two trans woah men the revisionists credited with starting the famous rebellion against police have gone on record on video denying they did it, one wasn't even there at the time.

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Yes, OF COURSE! Sorry. I was just trying to be absurd. I assumed everyone knew the gay rights significance of the original (U.S.) “Stonewall”. It REALLY BOTHERS ME that the “filtered down” version of What Happened At Stonewall Inn (bar)/1969/NYC, as recounted by innumerable (mostly transsexual?) males (at least one famous one, being flagrant misogynistic), pretty much rewrites history to suit the T-Agenda. It’s almost as if lesbians never entered Stonewall or didn’t matter much.

I would not doubt that any lesbians present at the riots would not want to be associated with the violence and taunting /kick-lines-to-enrage police, etc. Also if they escaped in police handcuffs, they might want to not revisit that night, lol.

Anyway, post Stonewall, there was an awesome lesbian feminist activist, Jean O’Leary, who opposed men in drag/ trans males’ participation in the gay rights events. She felt they mocked/ridiculed women, pretty much appropriating our gender for their amusement. [WOW, was she ahead of her time or what?! ]

Watch her speak in 1973, while being openly mocked by 2 transsexual men while she’s on stage: https://youtu.be/bdF-ATVdJbc

For non-New Yorkers, the Stonewall Inn bar was a seedy Mafia-run gay bar, with gay men as the main clientele, located on Christopher Street in lower NYC (“Greenwich Village “). As I understand, in the ‘60’s police would constantly raid bars, arresting gay people.... specifically targeting cross-dressing men & women wearing not wearing “feminine” clothing. (The “clothes police”, lol) 🙄 The riot itself began when a lesbian was assaulted by police while being arrested & dragged to the police ‘wagon’. I’m not exactly sure what she said...but she basically shouted some sense into the other Stonewall patrons, that they should stop being passive and DO SOMETHING to fight the brutality and injustices being perpetrated by the cops. Sooooo... although the T-peeps have claimed Stonewall as theirs, yes, a badass lesbian sparked it all.

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That's entirely correct. I was about 5-6 feet away on the curb as Stormé was being dragged on the ground while struggling with the police officers when she shouted to us, "Why don't you guys do something?" The rest, as they say, is history.

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the law back then was you had to have three items of sex specific clothing on or you could be arrested.

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