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Why women are at risk from the campaign to abolish sex

9 August 2021

7:06 PM

9 August 2021

7:06 PM

The latest human rights push is the inalienable right to keep your birth sex private.  We all have to pretend that we cannot now, nor have we ever been able, to tell a man from a woman.  I can feel that you don’t believe me, because this really is getting too crazy.  

When an application was brought to The Tasmanian Anti-Discrimination Commission recently by a lesbian woman, she wrote that she sought “to provide a venue without unwanted presence, attention or aggression of male-bodied people”. 

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