Posie Parker: Women’s Safety is More Important Than Men’s Feelings | Triggernometry

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– 23 Nov 2022 |

returns to for round three.

– real name Kellie – Jay Keen – is a 's rights campaigner who focuses on preserving female language and spaces for females only.

“I ain't dancing to anyone's tune.”

What does want?

  • No more to transition.
  • Scrap the GRA.
  • No more female language used for men.
  • Return to THE truth.

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Source: Posie Parker: “Women's Safety is More Important Than Men's Feelings”


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