Oxfam Pride advert branded ‘hateful’ by anti-trans activists for making ‘terfs’ look like terrible people


“Gender critical” activists – some of whom proudly brand themselves a ‘terf’ (short for trans-exclusionary radical feminist) in their Twitter bios – are now upset at the anti-poverty organisation Oxfam for an LGBT+ Pride advert painting ‘terfs’ as evil people. In a tweet shared on Thursday – deleted on Tuesday – the charity wrote “a more equal future is possible” when “all gender identities and expressions have agency over their lives and receive protection always”. Along with the text was a cartoon video, in which a voice is heard asking: “How are you marking Pride Month this year, while LGBTQIA+ people around the world are deprived of basic safety?

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