Debbie Hayton Biography – Wiki
Debbie Hayton is identified as the accused transgender woman who faces disciplinary action for wearing a t-shirt proclaiming that she is biologically a man.
She is 51 years old as of 2019.
Debbie Hayton Personal Life
The 51-year-old transgender woman is a physics teacher in the Midlands. She changed her gender from male to female in 2012.
Debbie Hayton Hate Speech
She is now potentially facing exile from the LGBT+ committee of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) after wearing a t-shirt saying “Transgender women are men. Get over it”.
Ms Hayton wore the t-shirt at an event in July, organised by campaign group Fair Play for Women, The Sunday Times reports.
In August, 12 members of the committee sent a complaint about Ms Hayton to Frances O’Grady, the general secretary of the TUC.
In a complaint about Ms Hayton, by wearing the t-shirt Ms Hayton had “gone beyond discourse, and the expression of alternative viewpoints, and is now propagating hate speech against the transgender community”.
Nicola Williams, founder of Fair Play for Women, told the newspaper: “Indictments of transphobia are thrown at women so frequently for so little that the word has lost all meaning”.
“When even transgender people can get called transphobes, I hope people now understand how ludicrous and far-fetched these attacks have always been. The trans movement has been hijacked by gender extremists”.
The case comes shortly after an employment tribunal ruling last week upheld the dismissal of Maya Forstater, who was 45 years old, over ‘offensive’ tweets questioning government plans to allow people to self-identify as another gender.
The judgment sparked fierce debate online, with social media users tweeting their support.
Harry Potter author J K Rowling claimd in this case: “Dress however you please. Call yourself whatever you like. Sleep with any consenting adult who’ll have you. Live your best life in peace and security”.
Miss Forstater, who worked for the Centre for Global Development, was let go by the think tank after sharing her views on reforms to Gender Recognition Certificates.
Debbie Hayton Charged
She faces being thrown off LGBT committee at the TUC.
The case was viewed as a test of whether gender critical views – that there are only two biological s*xes and it is not possible to change between them – could be protected philosophical beliefs under the 2010 Equality Act.
Employment Judge James Tayler rejected that view in his landmark judgment, which said Miss Forstater’s views are ‘incompatible with human dignity and fundamental rights of others’.
Ms Hayton declined to comment.