A former Professor of Psychology at The University of Sydney, now a consulting psychologist, psychotherapist, mediator, family dispute resolution practitioner, expert reviewer, report writer, supervisor, researcher, and acclaimed author. Dianna runs a busy practice in Sydney.
“Binary Australia stands for a simple, timeless, scientifically irrefutable fact that sex is binary, and correctly assert that sex cannot be changed. Males may feminize their bodies and females may masculinize their bodies using cross sex hormones and sex reassignment surgery; regardless, every chromosome in one’s body retains the sex in which one was born.”
Dr Dianna Kenny PhD, MAPsS
Deborah Acason (Lovely) is an Australian sporting hero and weightlifting royalty. Representing Australia at five Commonwealth Games where she has won a gold, three silver and bronze medals, and at two Olympic Games. Deborah was the first female inducted into the Australian Weightlifting Federation Hall Of Fame and served her sport as a previous Director of the Australian Weightlifting Federation. As a wife and mother of three little girls, Deborah is passionate about keeping female sports for biological girls and women for safety and fairness. Deborah graduated from Griffith University with Honours in Law & Criminology.
“As a kid, I did not fit the mould of a typical girl, playing soccer with the boys at lunch time and eventually lifting weights. Women can be strong and do any sport and recreational activity they choose but this doesn’t change who they are. There is more to femininity than the narrow stereotypical views.”
Deborah Acason (Lovely) BCrim (Hons) LLB (Hons)
Kirralie Smith is a passionate wife and mother who challenges our political leaders to protect our children, parents’ rights, women’s spaces and services, sport, the military and education from radical gender ideology. Kirraliee held a leadership position for the Australian Conservatives and since 2019 Kirralie has focussed on the regressive left’s campaign to de-gender society.
“I want to be able to look my children in the eye and say I did everything I could to protect them. Truth matters and it is worth fighting for.”