‘Trans Kids: It’s Time To Talk’
Here, Stella O'Malley considers the huge rise in numbers of young people embarking on gender transition, through the prism of the gender identity issues that she experienced when she was a child. The programme aired on Channel 4 on November 21 2018.
Letter to the Editor
22 Professionals and academics including Stella wrote to The Sunday Times to express concern about Mermaids, UK.
It was published on December 23 2018.
TV Review, ‘Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk, Channel 4 — a step in the right direction'
Financial Times, November 20 2018
TV Review, 'Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk, review: a compassionate, if divisive, addition to the debate '
The Telegraph, November 21 2018
TV Review, ‘Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk: an engrossing if uneven documentary’
The Independent, November 21 2018
TV Review, ‘ Trans Kids - It’s Time to Talk: Empathy is great but we still have so far to go to understand the road to transition,’ The Evening Standard, November 21 2018
TV Review, ‘Trans Kids: It’s Time To Talk’, The Times, November 22 2018
Channel 4 documentary Trans Kids sparks fury on Twitter after psychotherapist says transitioning teenagers are just 'lost and being led', The Daily Mail, November 22 2018
‘Trans Kids: It’s Time To Talk shows it's time to change for our lost kids’, Irish Mirror, November 24 2018
‘Thank God they didn’t make this tomboy trans’,
The Times, November 2018
'I think they're lost and I think they're being led': Psychotherapist who was convinced she was born the wrong sex as a 'tomboy' child says young people with gender dysphoria should NOT be encouraged to transition’
The Daily Mail, November 21 2018
'I transitioned from female to male, then realised I had made a mistake'
This article talks about ‘Trans Kids’ and also focuses on Cale’s story, who features in the documentary
The Telegraph, November 20 2018