Anti-Trans LGB Alliance launches insidious email campaign


The anti-trans pressure group LGB Alliance Ireland has urged schools to ignore a vital anti-LGBT+ bullying campaign, claiming it raises “safeguarding” concerns. The Irish branch of the group was set up in October, with organisers claiming to represent lesbian, gay and bisexual people in Ireland – however, the LGB Alliance Ireland has mostly concerned itself with rolling back trans rights. Now, the group – which, as of now is just a Twitter account and not an established organisation – has written to schools urging them to ignore a campaign instigated to wipe out anti-LGBT+ bullying in schools. The campaign, called Stand Up Awareness Week, runs each year in Ireland and was set up by LGBT+ youth charity BeLonG To.

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