A Mind Interrupted
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A Mind Interrupted

Do We Need Transgender Disclosure?

Is it our right to know?

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

A weekend or so ago, it was the annual music competition, Eurovision Song Contest. Basically, all the countries in Europe put forward one song in a contest and then they’re voted on. At the end of the night, a countries song is deemed the winner, and they get a trophy.

Next year, the contest is held in the winning country, and so the presenters tend to…

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