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The Staniland Question

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The Staniland Question was popularised on Twitter by Welsh feminist Helen Staniland, in order to discuss the importance of single-sexed spaces.

The question[edit]

The question itself takes the following form:

Do you believe that male-sexed people have the right to undress and shower in a communal changing room with teenage girls?


The questions effectiveness comes from the fact it demands a clear yes or no answer and as such, forces clarity in the ongoing conversations around transgenderism.

Use in pop culture[edit]

The question is referenced in the song Turned Off Replies by comedy writer Graham Linehan.


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