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This British Tennis Player Has Exposed His Country’s Special Olympics Ban on Trans Athletes

This British Tennis Player Has Exposed His Country’s Special Olympics Ban on Trans Athletes There is no official Special Olympics transgender ban, but Great Britain's treatment of trans athletes negatively impacts tennis player Zachary Brookes Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
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Laura Robson causes a stir with 'gay rights hairband'

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MS Trust Seeking PPMS Patients’ Views on Ocrevus as It Tries to Obtain British Coverage

Diseases & Conditions / Multiple Sclerosis : Multiple Sclerosis News Today

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Ending the military's transgender ban will have far more impact than you might think. Here's why.

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On Thursday afternoon, the Pentagon announced that transgender people can now serve openly in the military — bringing the U.S. in line with Britain, Canada, Australia and 15 other nations which have eliminated trans military exclusi...


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