#woke #censorship #deplatforming Twitter Bans “Detransitioner” Sinead Watson Twitter has decided to suspend Sinead Watson, who is well known for being a “detransitioner” — a person who was previously transitioned but then returned to their biological gender. The news of Watson’s suspension came in a tweet posted on the account of Transgender Trend, who said that she was has not been told which of her posts violated Twitter’s policies, and that she has appealed the suspension.
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