A Canadian province has invited a trans-identified male to speak at a memorial service for the 14 women murdered in the École Polytechnique massacre.
At the event, Anastasia Preston says they will be discussing the harassment they face as a trans person.https://t.co/elRuaaX5Rx
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- A trans-identified male is invited to speak at a memorial service dedicated to the 1989 Montreal Massacre, where 14 women were murdered in an act of anti-feminist terrorism.
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