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A doctoral student is today suing ‘Britain’s smartest university’ over claims it failed to protect her from trans activists who harassed her after she said only biological women can give birth.
Raquel Rosario-Sánchez said she made the comment in response to a dispute over the word “motherhood” that diversity chiefs had called “problematic.”
Rosario-Sanchez says bosses at the University of Bristol, which a women’s rights group calls the “most awake” in the country, failed to address transgender activists who subjected her to a two-year “hate campaign.”
She said she was targeted for attending feminist gatherings that opposed allowing men who identify as women into women-only spaces, such as restrooms and domestic violence shelters.
Rosario-Sánchez says she too was harassed for her involvement with the activist group Woman’s Place UK.
As part of her civil action, Ms. Rosario-Sánchez claims she was told by diversity chiefs that the term ‘motherhood’ was now ‘problematic’ and ‘exclusionary.
She said that when she pointed out that only a biological woman can give birth, she was reported to human resources managers for being ‘transphobic’, investigated by the university and ordered to apologize.
She also claims that Bristol dismissed a complaint about men being allowed into the women’s locker rooms at the pool.
A teacher contacted Ms. Rosario-Sanchez alleging that Bristol dismissed her complaint that men were allowed in the women’s locker rooms at the pool.
The woman said she had written to the university’s athletic director to say that she and her eight-year-old daughter had encountered men who had male bodies and were “wearing men’s clothing” in the locker room.
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She claimed that when she spoke to the pool staff, they told her “people can use the locker room they feel comfortable in, regardless of gender.”
The athletic director, she said, backed this approach.
Ms. Rosario-Sánchez has today launched her sexual discrimination and negligence case against the institution in a court in Bristol.
Speaking on her blog before the hearing, she said: ‘My name is Raquel Rosario Sánchez.
“I have been bullied and harassed by students at the University of Bristol for my feminist principles for over three years.
“The University has not only failed to protect me by upholding their own policies, they have chosen to blame and enlighten me while allowing their overwhelmingly white, British, educated thugs into the Russell-Group.
‘My case is about how an elite university treats its students, particularly international students, when no one is looking.
‘My case seeks that what is happening to me does not happen to other students’.
She describes herself as a feminist writer, activist, and researcher from the Dominican Republic.
was accepted onto a PhD course at the University of Bristol in January 2018.
Rosario-Sánchez lists his academic specialty as ‘ending violence against girls and women’.
Ms Rosario-Sanchez says her ordeal began when she agreed to chair a meeting of the feminist organization Woman’s Place UK (WPUK) in February 2018.
Trans activists have branded WPUK a “hate group” for opposing government proposals to allow people to “identify themselves” as the opposite s*x.
After she filed a bullying complaint, the university initiated a disciplinary hearing against one of the trans activists, but abandoned the process, leading Ms. Rosario-Sánchez to tale legal action.
The group ‘Fair Play For Women’ described Bristol as ‘undoubtedly the most alert university in Britain’.
A university spokesman said: ‘Ms Rosario-Sanchez has chosen to take legal action. Given this, we will not comment further.
The hearing begins today and is expected to last a week.
- PhD student Raquel Rosario-Sanchez is suing Bristol University over treatment
- Ms Rosario-Sanchez claims uni bosses failed to protect her from trans activists
- Student says she was labelled ‘transphobic’ and reported to HR after she pointed out to bosses only biological women can give birth in a row over word ‘maternity’
- Ms Rosario-Sanchez also campaigns against policies allowing men who identify as women into female-only spaces such as toilets and domestic violence refuges