Five myths and truths about my case

Myth 1: “She didn’t lose her job, her contract wasn’t renewed”

Myth 2: “She repeatedly misgendered a colleague”

Myth 3: “She insists on misgendering people in the workplace”

Myth 4: “She lost her job for misgendering Gregor Murray”

Myth 5: “This judgment established a precedent that gender critical beliefs are not worthy of respect in a democratic society”.

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