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What would JK Rowling say about the Tickle v Giggle case?

11 April 2024

10:19 PM

11 April 2024

10:19 PM

At the same time Harry Potter author, JK Rowling, is challenging highly contentious gender ideology in Scotland’s anti-hate speech law, gender ideology law is also being tested in Australia’s Federal Court.

Ambiguously, gender ideology says that either fluid gender identity replaces, or is separate from, a person’s sex. This contested theory stands juxtaposed to the biological worldview that sex is immutable and unchangeable.

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