Transgender inclusion and beliefs

Some employees, volunteers and beneficiaries who object to a charity’s transgender inclusion policies say that their objections are based on their ‘gender critical beliefs’.

In the second of our series of articles on transgender inclusion and the law, Mindy Jhittay explores the relationship between transgender inclusion and beliefs.

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