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Who is Lisa Keogh ?

A law student who was put under investigation for saying during online classes that women have vaginas revealed today that she is suing the university.

Lisa Keogh said that she had decided to take action against Abertay University in Dundee for the “stress caused in the most crucial part of my university career”.

Her mother-of-two faced an investigation that ultimately cleared her of misconduct charges, after her classmates complained about her when she said women have vaginas.

Miss Keogh, who graduated with a law degree (LLB) (Hons) in July, also argued that women shouldn’t have to compete against trans women in contact sports.

How old is Lisa Keogh ?

She is 29 year old.

Charged

The university disciplinary council met to rule on the case of Ms Keogh, who was formally charged with “making inappropriate comments” that “could be interpreted as discriminatory”.

The charge also claimed that Ms Keogh had “behaved in a disrespectful manner”, despite her “being reminded of the university’s conduct policy”.wikipedia

Now, she has taken legal action against Abertay after seeking advice and has asked sponsors to support an upcoming crowdfunding campaign to help fund it.

Miss Keogh tweeted today

Miss Keogh tweeted today: ‘After speaking with legal professionals, I have decided to take action against Abertay University for the stress caused in the most crucial part of my university career. The action started last week. I will raise funds for this.

‘I would appreciate your support during this time. I hope you donate if you can and share widely. I’ll post the fundraising page when it’s finished. ‘

She added: ‘I hope that at the end of this, the students are not afraid to express their opinions for fear that action will be taken against them.’

Miss Keogh, who has two children aged nine and seven, reportedly made “inappropriate comments” that “could be interpreted as discriminatory”.

Abertay student

It was also claimed that he had continued to make “offensive comments” and behave in a “disrespectful manner”.

But she was acquitted by the Abertay student disciplinary board after she found no evidence that she had discriminated against another member of the university.

An Abertay spokesperson told MailOnline today: ‘I can confirm that the university has received a letter from Ms. Keogh’s attorney. We will not comment further at this time. ”

The university previously said it was “legally bound to investigate all complaints.”

Speaking about the cause of the complaint, she told the Daily Mail in May: “They asked me to define what a woman was and I said someone with a vagina. A biological fact, I thought, and still think, but apparently now it is unacceptable to say.

Abertay University in Dundee has said it was ‘legally bound to investigate all complaints’

Everything became a row. It became quite toxic. Because I had dared to question anything about transgender rights, a target was on my back. ‘

Speaking after her graduation in July, she said the moment was ‘bittersweet’ as she was ‘still upset’ with college.

Miss Keogh said at the time: ‘I went through two months of torture and it caused me a lot of mental anguish. I’m still upset with college and the fact that I had to deal with this when I was trying to focus on my degree.

“It is a great achievement for me and there are some positives and positives to draw from it. Now I am focused on finding a job and I hope to put this behind me. ‘

Student protesters at the University of Sussex this month to demand the resignation of Ms Stock

Amid the backlash she later posted: ‘I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability for many to discuss their lives in a meaningful way. I don’t hate telling the truth.

And last September, the medical journal The Lancet was accused of using the phrase ‘bodies with vaginas’ instead of the word’ woman ‘, which then saw editor Richard Horton apologize for conveying the impression that’ we have dehumanized and marginalized women’. .

And this month, the University of Exeter Student Union resisted calls for the closure of an anti-abortion society, supporting the rights of its members to “freedom of expression” and to operate without fear of “intolerance or discrimination.” .

Lisa Keogh Quick and Facts

  • Lisa Keogh, 29, is taking legal action against Abertay University in Dundee 
  • She says it caused her stress ‘at the most crucial part of my university career’
  • Mother-of-two faced a probe which saw her cleared of misconduct charges
  • Classmates complained when she said during class that women have vaginas

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