Trans activist glues hand to flooring of Oxford Union in protest of Dr. Kathleen Inventory’s speak

Scholar and trans activist Riz Possnett glues her hand to the ground throughout Kathleen Inventory’s talk on the College of Oxford debating society, the Oxford Union. Possnett wore a t-shirt studying, “No extra lifeless trans youngsters,” and instructed Oxford Mail, “My purpose was merely to make sure anybody who heard Prof Inventory’s arguments additionally thought of the results of these views for trans individuals, and significantly trans youth.”

Previous to the occasion, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak referred to as for the College of Oxford to not enable a “small however vocal few to close down dialogue,” tweeting, “A free society requires free debate.”

Sharing an article from the The Occasions, writer JK Rowling tweeted, “I’m so proud to name the courageous and good @Docstockk a good friend.”

After a Channel 4 documentary referred to as Gender Wars aired earlier this week, that includes Stock, sociology lecturer and writer of Radical Feminism Finn McKay tweeted that she wouldn’t have agreed to an interview had she recognized Inventory could be included.