The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) subscribes to the belief that sex can be changed after birth as recognised in law throughout Australia. The meaning of the words 'man', 'woman' and 'sex' will be argued at the federal court level with the assistance of the AHRC.
Upcoming court case of Tickle V Giggle will decide whether you have the right to speak as you see fit. If Sall Grover wins, it will be a win for free speech and clear definitions. If Roxanne Tickle wins, it will assign Australia to an era of double-think.
Sall Grover was a Hollywood screenwriter for a decade before returning to Australia to start 'Giggle' - a female-only social media app. Sall is currently in the midst of a landmark legal case.
Peter Boghossian spoke with Sall about the fundamental disticntion between the sexes, why preferred pronouns must be rejected, free speech and cognitive liberty, the meaning of progress, and the future of the transgender fad.
Sall Grover is the Australian founder of an independant female-only social media platform called 'Giggle'.
Giggle was created by Sall as a platform centred around women connecting with, and supporting, other women.
Rachael speaks to Cory Bernardi on Sky News Australia about the human rights claim brought by Roxy Tickle (a man who identifies as a woman) against Sall Grover for refusing to let him use her female-only networking app Giggle, and explain how this could be a monumental case for women’s sex-based rights and protections in Australia.
This landmark case is the first opportunity we've had to resolve the conflict between the sex-based rights of women and the rights of those claiming a gender identity inconsistent with their sex.
It has profound implications not only for Giggle, but for all female spaces, and could determine whether or not women and girls across Australia have a right to female-only dedicated services, facilities and activities, or whether they must share these with men and boys who say they’re female.
Transgender woman sues female-only app Giggle for Girls for alleged discrimination. Roxanne Tickle claims she was unlawfully barred from using the app after the firm and its CEO said she was a manRead More
A man appropriating stereotypes of womanhood is in the federal court insisting he be accepted as a woman.Read More
Roxanne Tickle, a biological male who identifies as a woman, is suing Giggle app owner Sall Grover alleging unlawful discrimination under the Australian Human Rights Commission Act.Read More
A landmark case in the Federal Court which pitches a trans woman against the founder of a female-only app will test the conflict between sex and gender identity in Australian law.Read More