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How was the puberty blocking scandal ever allowed to happen?

17 March 2024

6:15 PM

17 March 2024

6:15 PM

Remember when Irish singer Róisín Murphy was set upon by the mob last year? Her crime: she criticised puberty blockers and said we should stop dishing them out like candy to vulnerable kids. The blowback was furious. Armies of activists damned her as a transphobe, a bigot, a bitch.

They pronounced her ‘over’, which is PC-speak for ‘unpersoned’.

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