British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (U.K.)

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (“BACP”) recently issued new guidelines for counsellors defining “woman” and “man.”  BACP has since apologized for suggesting that being a woman “means adhering to social norms of femininity, such as being nurturing, caring, social, emotional, vulnerable, and concerned with appearance.”
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The full guide can be viewed here.
Gender obsessives are old-fashioned sexists — The Times
Women are emotional and concerned with appearance – unless they’re northern, say counsellors