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22 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

What is the world coming to when a racist nonce can't just go about their business without getting grief?

Enough about Boris Johnson,what about transgender issues?

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3 hours ago, Rico1304 said:

She’s also trying to organise a topless swimming event for the over 12’s where parents and guardians would be banned.  I mean, why be worried? 

 

You're making this up now...

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This is why it’s dangerous.  Kids being harmed. 

 

Ex-Tavistock governer Marcus Evans just told Today that transition of children is moving too fast, without adequate mental health support and without evidence: ""I feel like this service has been penetrated by political force."

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26 minutes ago, Duff Man said:

Haha, fucking hell. Full Daily Mail.

I mean who wouldn’t listen to the ex-governor? What would he fucking know anyway? 

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13 minutes ago, Rico1304 said:

I mean who wouldn’t listen to the ex-governor? What would he fucking know anyway? 

Mate, do you even know what he's referring to? Or have you just read a tweet and then shat your pants on here?

 

And when you say "this is why it's dangerous", what do you mean exactly?

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11 minutes ago, Duff Man said:

Mate, do you even know what he's referring to? Or have you just read a tweet and then shat your pants on here?

 

And when you say "this is why it's dangerous", what do you mean exactly?

Yes. 

 

The politicising of a medical issue. 

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Oh dear, not sure they give out names and addresses.  

 

Kirsty Entwistle knows them though, as does Marcus Evans. They worked there so I’m inclined to give them some credibility. 

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1 minute ago, Rico1304 said:

Oh dear, not sure they give out names and addresses.  

So you've no idea if any kids have actually been harmed, or what services or policies Marcus Evans was referring to.

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Caster Semenya says she will not defend her World Championship 800m title in September after a setback in her challenge to the restricting of testosterone levels in female runners.

But the South African said she would "continue her fight for human rights" despite her "disappointment".

Semenya has twice appealed against IAAF rules preventing her from running without medication.

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14 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Caster Semenya says she will not defend her World Championship 800m title in September after a setback in her challenge to the restricting of testosterone levels in female runners.

But the South African said she would "continue her fight for human rights" despite her "disappointment".

Semenya has twice appealed against IAAF rules preventing her from running without medication.

He will get over it 

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She’s not trans though.  

 

There was an article about Mermaids on Monday, basically experiment on kids.  Shocking.  It’s funny when I talk about antivaxxers hurting kids it has total agreement. This topic though, fucking up kids, making them infertile, ideologically driven with no science to back it up and I’m a bigot. Weird.  

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