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Question is, does one's "right" to self-expression supersede others right to privacy? In a way what happened at the Jaman rally was a good example, and we have seen it before where a speaker is drowned out by opponents who believe the speaker has no right to speak.

"nor does it allow for the normalization of trans people" How do you make the abnormal normal?

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