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Róisín Murphy says backlash to trans comments “wasn’t that bad”

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Róisín Murphy has said that the backlash to her contentious comments concerning puberty blockers last year “wasn’t that bad”.

In August, Murphy sparked controversy with her views when she shared a comment on Facebook using her personal account, criticising the use of medicines to delay the changes of puberty for transgender and gender-diverse youth. “Please don’t call me a terf,” she wrote. “But puberty blockers ARE FUCKED, absolutely desolate, big Pharma laughing all the way to the bank.

Little mixed up kids are vulnerable and need to be protected, that’s just true.” And now, in a new interview with France 24 English, the former Moloko vocalist responded to a question about the incident and how she navigated the backlash that followed her comments. “It wasn’t that bad, honestly,” she said. “The internet was not that bad.

I didn’t get these death threats or anything like that. I got lots of support. I had three or four people ask for tickets back.

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