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💬 This week:
- Schools. A report in The Times suggests the Government could be set to test its anti-trans agenda by banning trans pupils from some bathrooms.
- Uganda. The country's anti-gay legislation could be softened slightly after international condemnation
- Feeling seen. As Lesbian Visibility Week draws to a close, Alice Wilson writes about the transformative power of being seen in queer spaces.
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👩🏫 Trans pupils could be banned from some school toilets in new UK guidance
TL;DR: The government is set to release long-awaited guidance on how schools should treat transgender pupils in a matter of weeks. According to a report in The Times, it will advise schools to ban trans students from using the bathrooms of their choice and to out trans children to their parents, except where there are safeguarding issues.
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