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Town that burned effigies of Kim Jong Un and Gaddafi sets fire to straw trans woman

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according to Swedish newspaper effigy sparked a backlash, with one resident filing a criminal complaint against the town.

Master of ceremonies Christian Weiss has insisted this was not an attack on any one person, but rather a statement against ‘rampant narcissistic hypersensitivity and the pathological lack of humor’.

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Instead, organisers of the ceremony chose gender and diversity – burning a figur of a transgender woman instead. ‘When (wind) blew up the Böögg’s skirt, many spectators grinned,’ Weiss said.

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