It is blatantly clear to the majority of people there are only two genders, says Nana Akua

'Let’s take this further and reclaim our female and male only spaces'

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I am fed up with all this gender nonsense.

It is blatantly clear to the majority of people all over the world that there are only two genders and it has been that way from as far back as the existence of mankind.

Anyone can change their physical appearance or pretend to be something they are not, but the clue is in the word pretend.

Telling children at an early age that they can be a boy if they are a girl or vice versa and embellishing a fantasy be it brought on by gender dysphoria or some other influences can only end in disaster

It starts with seemingly innocent ideals like gender pronouns, who’s list has reached over seventy, most of which have been made up.

And this is simply the tip of an iceberg that in my view can end in gender dysphoria and children making decisions that they may later regret, because they are children and not equipped to make adult decisions like, say for example deciding to begin life changing procedures like taking puberty blockers which can affect their cognitive functions and their development into adulthood.

Seems odd that they are considered wise enough to make this sort of decision whilst in the same breath, not being allowed to legally have sex or vote. Doesn’t that strike you as a bit ridiculous?

Thank goodness the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust has been told to shut its gender identity clinic for children and a more holistic approach is being adopted.

But frankly most of the population could have told you that from the start, it's beggar's belief that my taxes were going towards such a thing and that it is part of the NHS..

Thank goodness for brave people like Keira Bell, who spoke out about her experience of the rollercoaster children found themselves on in this gender identity nightmare.

She has now detransitioned but has been left with lasting changes.

Nurse Susan Evans who blew the whistle on the clinic when she realised colleagues had referred a distressed 16 year-old boy for hormone treatment after only four appointments.

She said she saw the service under "tremendous pressure" from trans campaign groups and she was alienated by other staff when she questioned this.

Her revelations are frightening - allegations that gay children were being converted to believing they were trans - more than 20,000 children referred since 2004.

It seems no coincidence to me that since all this gender pronoun nonsense has escalated, so too has gender confusion.

Dare you question it, you’ll be ostracised, like JK Rowling who came out in support of Allison Bailey who won her case against her employer for the right to stand up against trans extremism.

You’ll be called a transphobe by a vocal minority for daring to express your concern, but the tide is turning thank God. Let’s take this further and reclaim our female and male only spaces.

There’s always been space for an alternative and for compassion but we shouldn’t all be forced to share it for fear of offending.

I don’t want to share my space with a man and men don’t want to share their's with me for the sake of a small minority.

It’s time to go back to basics, let kids be kids