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Lili Elbe, who's extraordinary story was portrayed in 'The Danish Girl' is our inspiration for Women Wednesday's!
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Comic Relief 15 Nov 18
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Comic Relief firmly believes every individual has the right to be who they are and to define their own identity.
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Comic Relief 21 Nov 18
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Last week whilst celebrating , we received invaluable feedback. And we recognise the complexities and sensitivities of these issues. Click here to read our full response:
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Cradle of Sloth 🦥 15 Nov 18
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The astonishing levels of hatred on display in the replies here show what trans women go though on a constant basis.
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Josephine Liptrott 14 Nov 18
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Anyone wanting to read about pioneering, inspirational & trail blazing women could do worse than check out this marvellous website:
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Cuzize Wurfit 15 Nov 18
One city alone gives hundreds of examples. Shout out for and her brilliant book...
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🐇Fluffy, Tender, Indeterminate Gender 🐇 15 Nov 18
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Seriously though, people being so transphobic they stop donating to charity. The state of it.
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🕸Barberry 15 Nov 18
Replying to @spektijim @comicrelief
The only ones in this thread that I've seen have said they will give directly to charity, just not to CiN.
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Eimíle Ó Corcráin 15 Nov 18
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Thank you, and please don't bend to the onslaught of people trying to intimidate you into removing this. This was a legitimate decision, and their comments only show us how far we have to come as a society, especially the UK, which is consistently poor on trans rights.
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Rachel XX 15 Nov 18
Replying to @PlushieCS @comicrelief
It would show how far we have come as a society if we could celebrate feminine men as MEN, rather than forcing/enforcing deluded pretensions that they are women on everyone.
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