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McIver’s Ladies Baths in Coogee is yet another example of rampant transgender activism that is affecting us all.

It seems that one of the most controversial questions you can now pose in Australia is to ask for a definition of a woman. Even using the word ‘woman’ is considered an act of tyranny by trans activists.

Other questions with historically obvious answers have also become awkward and less obvious:

  • Should women and girls be made to share change rooms and toilets with males?
  • Is it okay for biological males to compete against women at the 2021 Olympics?
  • If a male sex offender identifies as a woman, should they be put in a women’s prison?
  • Should women’s refuges be forced to accept males who identify as women?

In Sydney this week, McIver’s Ladies Baths at Coogee were targeted by a loud and very aggressive minority group who have labelled them as haters. McIver’s Baths, which we are told has been revered as a sacred women-only space by the Aboriginal landowners, has been a ‘women and children only’ facility since 1922.

You may think that the problem that they are being targeted for is apparent discrimination due to their gender specific ruling. This is not the case. Rather, it is because their website states that transgender women are welcome, but only once they have undergone gender-reassignment surgery. Not good enough for the extreme trans activists. For them, if a male wants to identify as female, even if it’s just for a dip in a beautiful pool, they must be allowed.

There is a lot at stake here. The first and most important casualty is truth. From creation humanity was made man and woman. It may be getting harder to speak the truth, but it has never been more important.

This truth is backed up by science: there are two sexes, XX and XY.

Anything outside of that is a genetic abnormality that can still be classified as male or female based on the presence or absence of the Y chromosome. There is no Z, there is no W. Surgery and cross-sex hormones can’t change us into the opposite sex. They can affect appearances. They can stunt or damage some outward expressions of our reproductive organs. But they cannot turn someone from one sex into the other.

Changing sexes is a biological impossibility. Transgendered men do not become women, nor do transgendered women become men. All become feminised men or masculinised women. To assert anything else is a cruel lie that will never provide the long-term wholeness and happiness that people seek.

Secondly, this case is yet another example of hard won women’s rights and resources being eradicated by extreme trans activism that seeks to silence women and even feminist organisations.

Tasmanian Senator Claire Chandler recently came under fire because of her opposition to men competing against women in elite sport. Another case in point is the threat by the City of Sydney Council to cut support to the Feminist Legal Clinic because they focus exclusively on women and girls. In a letter to the Clinic, Council stated that this, “has the potential for generating discrimination and negative attitudes towards the transgender members of our community”.

There is much more to be said on this topic and it’s vitally important that it be said. Thank you for your support of us as we seek to make truth public.

If you would like to let Randwick Council know that you support the right of McIver’s Ladies Baths to exclude men you can do that here.