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- A music college in London apologizes for displaying signage encouraging students to report “trans-exclusionary radical feminist” or “TERF” ideology to school officials using a QR code.
- Women’s rights advocates speak out against a new bill that could stifle discussion about gender identity ideology in Ireland at the Women’s Space to Speak conference. Over 200 gender critical women gathered in Dublin to address the influence of gender ideology on legislation and how it affects women and children.
- Lawyer and human rights advocate Natasa Pirc Musar is elected as Slovenia’s first female president.
- Women in Afghanistan can no longer go to gyms and public baths, the Taliban announces days after banning women from parks and fairs.