What’s Current: Labour party allows man to stand as women’s officer as he ‘identifies as a woman on Wednesdays’

David Lewis is on the list as a candidate women’s officer for his Constituency Labour Party in Basingstoke
  • The local Labour Party in Basingstoke, UK, have allowed a man to run for a woman’s officer position. David Lewis, a Labour activist, told the Spectator he identifies as a woman “on Wednesdays, between 6:50AM when my alarm goes off and around midnight when I go to bed.”
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Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.