The Weekend Australian dated 1 December published an article by Matt Denholm titled ‘Transgender former soldier sues over “victimisation”’.
The article covers an action currently being taken by transwoman, Bridget Clinch, based on alleged misgendering by the respondent.
Clinch ‘reached out’ to Denholm to discuss the matter, but wasn’t happy with the reporting, and took to social media immediately to vent their spleen – at some length.
See – https://www.facebook.com/notes/bridget-clinch/gutter-media-strikes-again/959961317541350/
The Australian’s publishers can probably expect a vilification claim soon.
But, if that’s the plan, Bridget, you might need to find yourself a high-priced lawyer.
News Corp has way more resources than your usual targets.
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