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A billboard quoting the dictionary definition of ‘woman’ has been removed after it was deemed transphobic hate speech. The poster, created by Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, founder of women’s rights group Standing for Women, was erected in Liverpool and quoted the definition of woman, according to Google dictionary: ‘woman, women, noun, adult human female.’ Soon after the billboard was installed, NHS doctor and LGBTQ activist Adrian Harrop complained that the posters were dangerous and made transgender people feel unsafe. “There is no place for hatred, exclusion or transphobia in Liverpool,” Harrop said on Twitter. “This billboard was funded by a transphobic hate…

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The LGBTI Legal Service will put 25 individuals before the Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland for comments posted online during last year’s Same-Sex marriage postal survey. According to the Brisbane Times, the LGBTI Legal Services received funding from the state government to “monitor and identify those engaging in unlawful hate speech during the postal survey period.” Matilda Alexander, president of LGBTI Legal Service said they had documented more than 220 examples of hate speech during the survey and legal action was being taken against the worst. Some of the offending comments included: “Burn all faggots #voteno”; “Hitler had the right idea about…

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CNN Opinion asked a group of contributors to weigh in on the mass censorship of Alex Jones and InfoWars. One contributor was Rafia Zakaria, a “Muslim-American” author and columnist for Dawn newspaper in Pakistan and The Baffler. Zakaria told CNN that she sees the mass deletion of InfoWars as “an important step in recognizing hate speech as a form of terrorism.” “This new decision is a step forward in recognizing that hate outlets, such as InfoWars, are complicit in domestic terror, and a relief to Muslim-Americans, like myself, who have been the target of online assaults and threats.” Nobody likes terrorism,…

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After it was brought to our attention that a Dymocks Bookstore was recommending transgender material to children, a number of negative reviews were left on the store’s official Facebook page. The reviews suggested that the store should not be promoting such material to children, given the fact that Australia’s Telethon Kids Institute has revealed close to 80% of trans youth had self-harmed, while almost 50% have attempted suicide. The store responded, suggesting these figures were due to lack of support in the children’s lives. It was then pointed out that even if that were the case, the store does not…

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“As we saw during the pandemic, too many bishops were not leaders at all. They were motivated by fear, fear of being sued, fear of being removed, fear of being disliked.”

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“Dave Kelly should recognise freedom of choice, even if it doesn’t suit his own political agenda.”

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“The grandmother of 11 and former MP was criminally charged for ‘hate speech’ in 2021 for publicly expressing her Christian convictions.”

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“Lee was being punished for being ‘the wrong kind of black person’: one dedicated to classical liberal understandings of equality, individualism, reason, and free speech.”

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“As always, the term is so broadly defined and so nebulous that no one will know if they are guilty of hate or not.”

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“Our society is legislating away the reality of biological sex, redefining women to include biological men; encoding legal fictions into law, and punishing those who refuse to comply.”

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“It’s NOT ‘extremist’ to make sure parents have a say in their children’s education. It IS extremist to call a group of patriotic moms a ‘hate group.'”

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“The ‘Yes’ campaign’s subliminal insertion into the PM’s speech was an abuse of the office’s ANZAC Day platform.”

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The outcome of Peterson’s “people’s court” trial will either see reason and conscience liberated or purged into oblivion.

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“The last time I looked, a government that takes away individuals’ liberty to choose how they want to live work, and raise families, was called a communist dictatorship. A political system that my family and I escaped from, and many other refugees escaped from, especially the Vietnamese Australian community.”

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“Free speech is really vital, but there will always be some limits.”

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“We’re not deleting anything. Truth is not hate speech.”

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Political correctness turned her speech into a pep-talk, and a pep-talk into a cold lecture on “global warming.”

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“I don’t know what to do,” one council employee told Caldron Pool. “I feel like I’m being forced to do something that is not related to my role. It’s not that I don’t like gay people (it’s sad I need to clarify that), but social issues shouldn’t be forced through work channels that have nothing to do with the job.”

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“So here is my mea culpa on free speech, I was wrong to ever defend it.”

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