Last Tuesday

Gender Critical groups are meeting across the United Kingdom.

Meetings are held on the Last Tuesday of the month, and enable our members to meet and chat informally, knowing they can say what they like.

Anyone is welcome at a Last Tuesday Meeting – the only requirement is that you are Gender Critical – please sign up on this website, and you will receive an invitation to join. Our meetings are organised on WhatsApp.

What is the point?

Attendees at Last Tuesday meetings will include a variety of Gender Critical (or Pro-Reality, if you prefer) people. Some will be involved in activism, some will be involved in ‘clictivism’. Others will be working undercover in organisations until they are able to influence things. We share war stories, talk about the issues of the day, support each other (particularly those harmed or oppressed by gender ideology). Our meetings provide a social event, an emotional release, and (horrible term, we know) a safe space. We can better identify priorities and activities and find the right volunteers in real life environments.

Oh, and it’s fun!

“Definitely! Meeting in real life gives a different perspective from social media”


Only by meeting like this can we organise and co-ordinate activities locally, share concerns, find each others specialisms and leverage them for the common good.

Members will come from all political perspectives, they will be men and women, feminists and traditionalists. We are united in our contempt for gender ideology and our commitment to stop it and the harms it does (particularly to women, families and children).

It is our ambition to have one group for each Parliamentary Constituency.

How to Start a Group

Reach out in your social networks! Both real and online. Ask if others would be interested in joining you. Find a suitable venue, a quiet bar, someone’s front room, a church hall. Let us know and we shall publicise it, too. Use our WhatsApp to keep the conversations going.

Loose Agenda

There is no hard and fast agenda for these meetings. They are intended to provide mutual support and a space for honest and open discussion of the issues. However, it helps to cover the following ground for a feeling of progress being made:

  • Introductions – so you know who is who
  • Visiting Allies – New groups can invite members from neighbouring groups to ensure there are sufficient numbers. Established groups can invite guest speakers.
  • Field reports – what group members have been up to. Anything goes, letter writing, stickering, volunteering for other GC organisations, undercover infiltration and overt infiltration, etc.
  • Talking Points – What has been in the news, what do group members think of it. Can it spur action?
  • Commitments – What will members of the group be doing before the next meeting? Sharing publicly increases the chances of it happening!
  • Interim Events – New friends might wish to meet up before the next Last Tuesday meeting.

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