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The identity question - new zealotry demands we deny evidence of our eyes

Tommy Conlon


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Kellie Maloney: ‘What I’ve done is corrected something that was wrong at my birth.’ Photo: Mark Runnacles/Getty

Kellie Maloney: ‘What I’ve done is corrected something that was wrong at my birth.’ Photo: Mark Runnacles/Getty

Martina Navratilova. Photo: Simon M Bruty/Getty Images

Martina Navratilova. Photo: Simon M Bruty/Getty Images

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Kellie Maloney: ‘What I’ve done is corrected something that was wrong at my birth.’ Photo: Mark Runnacles/Getty

Whole new swathes of the human population suddenly wake up to find themselves being branded as transphobic before they even know what the word means, or before they’ve ever set eyes on a trans woman or a trans man.

They haven’t a clue about this racket going on in the academy or inside the media bubble. But they’re transphobic anyway because a quango has been set up and paid for by their own taxes, to tell them that they’re transphobic.


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