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November 19, 2018
Gender Recognition Act: Some don't see trans people as women

Gender Recognition Act: Some don’t see trans people as women

A government consultation on the Gender Recognition Act could see changes to the process by which trans people “self-identify” their gender, where comments have be submitted up to Friday night.

Politics Live reporter Elizabeth Glinka talked to a group of feminists who are opposed to reforms of the Act, and allowed access for the first time to their ‘Woman’s Place’ meetings.

Watch: Politics Live also aired a film with differing views of the consultation

Watch: Two films and two studio debates on transgender issues

Source BBC News

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