It looks like at least one Oxford college didn’t get the memo. In a step backwards following Kathleen Stock’s successful event at the Oxford Union earlier this week, Regent’s Park College has issued a “trans inclusion statement” that threatens students who persistently misgender their trans peers with expulsion. The Telegraph has more.
Students at the University of Oxford could be expelled for misgendering their peers under a college’s new transgender harassment policy.
Regent’s Park College – once called home by the goddaughter of the late Diana, Princess of Wales – has launched a campaign against transphobia with a “trans inclusion statement”.
The new policy says that “unlawful discriminatory behaviour, including transphobic harassment or bullying… will be regarded extremely seriously and could be grounds for disciplinary action”.