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Australian PM endorses campaigner for biological sex

Photo Source: By The White House

Prime Minister Scott Morrison endorsed a Liberals candidate who is an advocate of biological sex in the 2022 election, bringing controversy to the 2022 Australian election concerning women's rights and transgenderism.

Katherine Deves, the candidate for Sydney’s Warringah seat, was described by Morrison as an "outstanding individual" who possess a solid legal background and also stands up for what she believes.

“I share her views on those topics,” he noted, adding that the issues raised have “got nothing to do with the broad agenda.”

In the upcoming six weeks, Deves is set to take on Independent MP Zali Staggall, who on Monday criticised Morrison for leaving the door open to preventing transgender athletes from playing in the women’s category. Steggall described the PM’s move as discrimination against “some of our most vulnerable in our society.”

12 April 2022


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