A women’s rights campaigner says the pro-trans lobby has branded her a Nazi and made sick slurs about hoping her children develop cancer.
Kellie-Jay Keen, who founded Standing For Women, told MailOnline her events had been hit by a number of threats and warnings.
She spoke out after officers from Sussex Constabulary were alerted to a number of menacing messages against her.
They included many branding Ms Keen – who is also known as Posie Parker – a TERF and urging people to ‘Fight her by any means you see fit’.
It came ahead of a planned Let Women Speak event in Brighton on September 18, which is billed as a ‘Speakers’ Corner tour’.
Ms Keen – a mother-of-four – has frequently attracted the ire of pro-trans activists over her views on gender rights.
She told MailOnline: ‘I have been called a Nazi for saying I don’t think women have penises. Once you can portray someone as the most heinous person in society – a Nazi – I guess anything goes.
‘I have had a lot of threats over the years, I have been told about how they hope my children get cancer.
‘Sadly, it’s not unusual for trans activists to issue threats about women wanting to talk about our rights – JK Rowling is a prime example of that.
‘We are subjected to a wide range of menacing messages.