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The Scottish government has launched a “dear transphobes” banner message on it Twitter page as part of a campaign against "transphobia" that some say is targeted at Christians.
“Dear transphobes, we have a phobia of your hatred,” reads the banner on the Scottish government’s Twitter page.
Politicians - Reforms - Gender - Recognition - Act
It was put up as politicians debate reforms to the 2004 Gender Recognition Act. The proposed reforms would allow trans-identified persons — those who suffer from gender dysphoria — to identify as the opposite sex simply by declaring the change and to be legally recognized without any barriers, The Herald reported.
The message is part of the One Scotland campaign that has released several poster-style declarations addressed to "bigots, disablists, homophobes, racists, and transphobes."
Bigots - Sermon
One that begins with "Dear bigots" was fashioned as a sermon, and reads:
"Division seems to be what you believe in. We don't want your religious hate on our buses, on our streets and in our communities. We don't want you spreading your intolerance. Or making people's lives a misery because of their religious dress. You may not have faith in respect and love, but we do. That's why if we see or hear your hate, we're reporting you. End of sermon."
Number - Churches - Groups - Wording - Campaign
A number of Christian churches and groups have hit back against the wording of the campaign, which is also being promoted by the Scottish police, suggesting it targets Christians who adhere to biblical doctrine on sexuality, and other religious...
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