In this transcript, the speaker starts by acknowledging that they don’t have any theme music and are still setting up. They apologize for the lack of preparation and mention that they will be addressing the topic of gender critical stuff, which they have alluded to in previous discussions. They highlight the involvement of people in making fun of Jessica Yaniv back in 2018 and how Yaniv represents a loophole in the law. The speaker then transitions into talking about the changing landscape of gender critical perspectives and how the movement has been co-opted and weaponized by the right. They express mild concern about this and compare it to the suffragette movement. The speaker explains the process of how laws are made and tested in the courts, emphasizing that they are only enforceable if actually put into practice. They use the example of laws against swearing in public in Australia to illustrate this point. They clarify that the legal system involves a consultation process, parliamentary votes, court interpretations, and the possibility of appeals. The speaker then brings the discussion back to Jessica Yaniv and highlights the harassment and obstacles faced by women in the consultation process, emphasizing the importance of giving voice to all parties involved. However, they do not clarify the final sentence before being cut off.