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Female-Only App CEO Sends Message to Joe Rogan

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Joe Rogan after her case was brought up on his show.In 2022, Roxanne Tickle filed a lawsuit against Giggle for Girls and its CEO, Sall Grover, alleging unlawful discrimination after her membership to the platform was revoked in 2021.

The trial commenced earlier this month; Tickle is seeking damages.Tickle initially filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission, but following Grover's refusal to attend sex and gender "re-education," the landmark case was advanced to the Federal Court of Australia.Giggle for Girls, which is currently under renovation, has been described as an "online refuge" for women, who can meet on the app and explore such areas as finding roommates, beauty, planning vacations, dating, and general conversation.Changes to Australia's Sex Discrimination Act in 2013 have made it illegal under federal law to discriminate against a person on the basis of gender identity, intersex status, or sexual orientation.

Lawyers representing Giggle for Girls have argued that sex is a biological concept, rather than gender identity.During a recent installment of Rogan's show, The Joe Rogan Experience, the powerhouse podcaster spoke with Spiked's chief political writer Brendan O'Neill about gender identity.

O'Neill then brought up the Giggle for Girls' case."There's a case in Australia at the moment where a woman—a real woman, as we have to say nowadays—set up an app, and this was an app for women to get together and share information to communicate, to make friendships and so on," O'Neill said.

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