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Spain’s government approves draft law on transgender rights
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Anger after Czech President calls transgender people 'disgusting'
Czech President Milos Zeman told a television interview on Sunday that he finds transgender people 'disgusting'.
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French rugby federation allows transgender people to compete
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2021 World Press Photo Contest nominees announced
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Amnesty International say the decision "pushes Hungary back towards the dark ages".
Two Argentinian transgender football players are blazing the trail for others
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Marvel Universe to get its first ever transgender superhero
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Court rules trans man who gave birth cannot be registered as father
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