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Suing child gender clinics may be harder in Australia

20 August 2022

8:00 AM

20 August 2022

8:00 AM

It would probably be illegal for Victorian families to do what their British counterparts are doing, and sue LGBTQ+ child gender clinics for harming their children.

News broke last week that up to 1,000 families are considering joining a class action against London’s Tavistock child gender clinic after it was shut down by authorities following a review.

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