A leading girls’ school is allowing pupils to change their names to boys’ names and wear boys’ clothes. Pupils over the age of 16 at St Paul’s Girls’ School in West London can now enter a formal process to self-identify as boys or as “gender-neutral.” So far, up to 10 sixth-form girls at the school are understood to have done so. St Paul’s is a high-performing

private school with alumnae such as Harriet Harman, MP, and actress Rachel Weisz. Under the new policy, pupils over 16 can submit a written request to identify as male or “gender neutral.” Pupils between 11-15 “can have discussions at any time” to explore their “gender identity,” and will receive help to prepare for an application “at the right time”. FULL STORY