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💬 This week:
- LGB Alliance. The anti-trans pressure group faced a week in court, with its charity status in question. What did we learn, and what comes next?
- Belgrade Pride. First cancelled and then reinstated. What does it say about LGBTQIA+ rights in Europe?
- Susan Sarandon. The closest moment we've had to her confirming her fluidity around her sexuality. This time, she uttered that crucial label...
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Anti-trans pressure group LGB Alliance's first week in court: What have we learned?
TL;DR: The LGB Alliance is facing a challenge to its charity status. It's being led by trans children's charity Mermaids, along with support from other LGBTQIA+ organisations. At stake is the question of whether a group mostly focused on spreading anti-trans sentiment qualifies as a "public good".
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