What we have been doing to advocate for Lesbians in the Labour Party

Since our inception early this year, we have endeavored to reach out to Party members to make connections and build bridges within the Labour Party. Without much success. The response rate to our emails and messages has appalling, indicating that “no debate” is well and truly in operation across the whole party machinery. What are we doing wrong? Is this experience common for fringe groups?
If this was customer service for M&S we would have at least had an apology for poor service and a manager promising to look into it. Below is a link to all of the correspondence to the Labour Party that has gone unanswered to date.

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