Letter Writing Guide

One of the easiest ways you can make a difference and get involved is to write to members of parliament and to organisations that are pushing gender ideology in law and policy. Below you will find a number of example letters for inspiration that can be adapted to suit your needs.

Tips for writing your letter

  • Summarise your concerns briefly in the first paragraph
  • Outline your concerns in more depth in the body of the letter
  • Frame your demands as questions, for example “Will you amend the Sex Discrimination Act to include the definitions of ‘woman’ and ‘man’?”
  • Try to keep your letter no more than two pages in length (ideally one page, but given the complex nature of these issues it might take two pages)
  • If you’re not a confident writer, work with a friend to help edit and proofread your work

Sample Letters

The impact of legal sex self-ID

Honourable Christian Porter PO Box 6022 Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600 20 November 2020 Dear Attorney-General, I am concerned about two things. Men being able to choose to identify as a woman and to have this legally recognised and the subsequent impact of that on girls and women; and the impact on freedom of speech

Federal Minister for Women: Women-only spaces and women’s sports

Senator The Honourable Marise Payne Minister for Foreign Affairs Minister for Women PO Box 1420 Parramatta NSW 2150 25 September 2020 Dear Senator Payne I have recently become aware of a campaign by gender identity campaigners to access previously women-only spaces and women’s sports. I have serious concerns about this campaign and I am glad

Federal Minister for Women: Gender identity politics is detrimental to women

To the Minister for Women, I am writing due to my concern over the growing body of evidence that gender identity politics is detrimental to women. I could use many pages and fill them with references to academic reports, articles and essays, specifically from the UK, Canada, US, New Zealand and Australia. Women across the

Federal Minister For Women: The erasure of women

Wednesday 28th October 2020 Senator The Honorable Marise Payne PO Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra ACT 2600 Dear Minister, I’m writing to express my concern at the erasure of the category of “woman” due to demands for equality being asserted by transgender activists. As the current Minister for Women, you must be aware that women’s

To the Minister for women

To the Minister for women, Marise Payne I have long pondered how to write this letter. It is difficult, because of the growing body of evidence that gender identity politics is detrimental to women. I could use many pages and fill them with references to academic reports, articles and essays, specifically from the UK, Canada,

Sports Guidelines

The Hon. [MINISTER] MP Minister for Sport [ADDRESS] [ADDRESS] Dear Minister, I am writing in relation to the sports guidelines that were launched by Pride in Sport in October 2020 and adopted by eight major sporting associations. Pride in Sport is an organisation that is part of the AIDS Council of NSW (ACON), a charity

Ministers for Sport

Dear [minister] We are writing in relation to the sports guidelines that were launched by Pride in Sport in October 2020 in conjunction with eight major sporting associations. Pride in Sport is an organisation that is part of the ACON charity and enjoys substantial funding from government grants provided by NSW Health. We are deeply

Women and girls in law: Queensland Human Rights Commission Guidelines

Fiona Simpson, MP Member for Maroochydore Tenancy 1b, 148 Horton Parade MAROOCHYDORE QLD 4558 Dear Fiona, Re: Concerns including QHRC Guidelines Thank you for your time. I am writing to you as a concerned woman and resident in Queensland. I am concerned about the rights of girls and women being eroded by gender ideology in

State Minister for Health – Gay Conversion Ban Bill Victoria Australia

The Hon. Martin Foley Minister for Health Level 22, 50 Lonsdale Street Melbourne Vic 3000 Dear Minister, I write with deep concern around the medical care and treatment of children with gender dysphoria and how the currently worded Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill 2020 will severely restrict the treatment options available to such

To The State Minister For Women About Sex Self-ID

Attn: Honourable Simone McGurk – Minister for Women’s Interests and Child Protection Dear Simone, This letter is being sent to you in confidence. The subject matter I am writing to you about has been polarised and many members of our society seem to be captured by it. I am hesitant to speak up in any

Workplaces

To whom it may concern: Inclusion within a workplace is a very serious and relevant issue that many companies and businesses, and employees thereof, struggle with. The current trend to relate all matters of inclusion to transgender individuals is a profoundly concerning one as it detracts from genuine inclusivity inadequacies within workplaces. The individuals that

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