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The companies we shop with care what their customers think. Following concerns raised by trans rights campaigners Flora's parent company Upfield say that they have ended their partnership with Mumsnet:
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Ben Cooper Oct 11
Replying to @StopFundingHate
Thank you for sounding this first blast of a trumpet against this monstrous regiment of women. They should be discussing important mum things like baby clothes and processed spreads, not daft things like “women’s rights”.
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Fergie Oct 11
That’s exactly what this is all about. Women - ye Gods even the *mothers* among them have got political. And some men don’t like that one little bit. Some men have to silence them.
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Anne Todd #sexnotgender ☯️ Oct 11
Replying to @StopFundingHate
Any concerns about this?
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David MacArthur 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇮🇪🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Oct 12
Lynch Mob
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All Government sucks Oct 11
I can't speak for the silent majority of the trans community, but I can't help but suspect that fanatical trans campaigners make them cringe with embarrassment.
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my arse 🏁 Oct 11
Replying to @StopFundingHate
To be fair, Flora is the margarine for men.
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Nixster Oct 11
MN picked me up & held me together when my son died, supported me through job losses & career success, helped me figure out what to wear to a NYC wedding & shared best ever brownie recipe. are unashamedly supportive of women. Thank goodness for sanity & love 💕
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Titianted Oct 11
Replying to @StopFundingHate
What have mumsnet done or said? Not a site I frequent.
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Dragonhag 🟥🕸🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🤐 RemainIndoors Oct 11
Mumsnet permits women, and men, to make reasonable (and by reasonable I mean not transphobic) comments about potential changes in the law which will directly affect them. That’s it. That’s all. They allow women to speak and discuss that topic on their open platform.
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