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London Trans+ Pride to return with protest march against “abhorrent” attacks on community

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London Trans+ Pride will make its return this summer with a protest march to “celebrate the memory of trans lives taken and uphold the next generation of trans revolutionaries”.

Due to take place on 9 July, it comes at a time when trans rights are continuously seen as a source of ‘debate’ by the government and social commentators.

In the event’s announcement on 11 April, organisers said they will demonstrate against Boris Johnson’s “abhorrent and deliberate” U-turn on protecting people in a ban of so-called ‘conversion therapy’.

Protesters will also call on the government to introduce ‘X’ gender markers for identity documents, as other countries like the United States have.

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