Bristol news Trans rights activists to stage counter-protest in Bristol - live PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The two groups are set to protest on College Green

Bristol news Trans rights activists to stage counter-protest in Bristol - live PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The two groups are set to protest on College Green

Bristol news  Trans rights activists to stage counter-protest in Bristol - live PremierLeague-News.Com
19 June 2022 - 07:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Trans rights activists are set to stage a counter-protest against a rally being held on College Green this afternoon (Sunday, June 19). A group called Standing For Women plans to hold a demonstration in Bristol city centre beginning at 1pm. But they have been labelled 'transphobic' by a group called Bristol Against Hate, which has organised a counter-protest beginning at 12pm in the same place. In a statement which has been widely shared on social media, Bristol Against Hate has written: "Right-wing agitators intend to host a transphobic rally. We are clear: trans rights are human rights and these rights will be defended." Read more: Bristol Against Hate plans counter-protest against Standing for Women rally Standing for Women's founder, Kellie-Jay Keen - who also goes by the name Posie Parker - has said that she does not believe trans women are women, and that they should not be recognised as women by law.

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. Parker has shared the Bristol Against Hate statement on her Instagram page which has more than 15,000 followers, with the caption: "This is why women have to come to Bristol". Bristol Live approached the group for comment. This is a live blog, scroll down for updates 07:55JJ DonoghueProtesters urged to cover face and hair Bristol Against Hate has urged activists to cover their face and hair when attending the protest today. According to the group, this will protect them from being 'doxxed' - when personal details about an individual are published publicly, usually online. Share

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