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In just a few words, JK Rowling has changed the transgender debate

20 December 2019

1:52 AM

20 December 2019

1:52 AM

One of the (many) frustrations of writing a lot about sex and gender is knowing that there are a lot of people who are concerned about these issues but who do not, for various reasons, say so.

I’ve written quite a lot about the politicians, of all parties, who have private worries and criticisms about policies and laws intended to benefit transgender people which, however inadvertently, might have implications for women and their legal rights.

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