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23 May 2021
UK, Equality and Human Rights Commission closes Stonewall's relations with LGBT people
Human rights apply to everyone, not just LGBT people, starting with freedom of speech: the Equality Commission breaks with Stonewall and says no more censorship and single-mindedness. Another blow to transcult in Britain
In a letter to Sex Matters, Kishwer Falkner, chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), the UK's equal opportunities watchdog, said it had ended its relationship with Stonewall, the largest LGBT organisation. "As a publicly funded organisation, we have to make sure we make the best choices about our budget and we have recently reviewed all our agreements," said Falkner. For many years Stonewall has strongly influenced [...]
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