The vibes in Scotland are that the tide may be turning. It's early days yet and the transcult has its hooks well into some very senior politicians and organisations, so it won't be easy and I'm not optimistic about getting a proper re-evaluation of this from the ground up.
Nevertheless the existence of a highly politicised population including a lot of women who are outraged about what was being proposed has led to some very fast organisation, some women doing a lot of unpaid work that should have been done by civil servants (impact assessments, safeguarding guidelines and so on), and the government has taken a step back. A new consultation is promised and this time they intend to look at the impact on women and girls, not just pander to the transcult's every demand.
Interestingly, a little bird has cheeped that a choice selection of the sickening abuse trans activists have been subjecting women to online found its way on to the desks of some senior government mnisters, who boggled rather a lot and then did some very fast rethinking. So thanks for all the abuse, guys.