‘Little Fascist!’ Trans Rights Activist Newspaper Editor Shouts at Baby — Video

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Trans rights activists frequently denounce as 'TERFs' — trans-exclusionary radical feminists — women who oppose granting biological males access to women-only spaces on the basis of self-identification alone, as well as allowing transgender people to compete in women's sport.
A newspaper editor has been recorded shouting at a baby at a feminist rally in the British seaside town of Brighton.
Carly-May Kavanagh, the editor-in-chief of The Brighton Seagull and an advisor to Brighton Kemptown Labour MP, was filmed along with a friend abusing a man and his baby who had come to support the Let Women Speak rally in the city on Sunday.
"Oh, you're raising a little fascist as well," one woman sneered. "You're not a feminist, you're a fascist. I feel so sorry for your father."
"You think that's a good idea, do you? To raise a child who believes in filth?" said the other woman — identified by social media users as Kavanagh — who repeated the "fascist" insult. "To raise a child who doesn't accept trans people? It's 2022 — you're disgusting!" she shouted, before jabbing her finger aggressively at the child.
Kavanagh later complained in a tweet that she had inhaled smoke from a smoke bomb — which others present at the event said was thrown by fellow trans-rights activists who had come to stage a counter-protest against the feminists.
© Anna phylaxis/TwitterTweet identifying Brighton Seagull editor-in-chief Carly-May Kavanagh as a woman videoed shouting "fascist!" at a baby
Tweet identifying Brighton Seagull editor-in-chief Carly-May Kavanagh as a woman videoed shouting fascist! at a baby - Sputnik International, 1920, 19.09.2022
Tweet identifying Brighton Seagull editor-in-chief Carly-May Kavanagh as a woman videoed shouting "fascist!" at a baby
The black-clad and masked counter protesters scuffled with police as they moved in to make arrests.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling denounced the counter-protesters in a tweet, pointing out the irony that the "Be Kind brigade" were "howling abuse at lesbians for not doing dick."
© J.K. Rowling/TwitterAuthor J.K. Rowling condemns a trans rights counter-protest at a feminist rally in Brighton on September 18 in a tweet
Author J.K. Rowling condemns a trans rights counter-protest at a feminist rally in Brighton on September 18 in a tweet - Sputnik International, 1920, 19.09.2022
Author J.K. Rowling condemns a trans rights counter-protest at a feminist rally in Brighton on September 18 in a tweet
Feminist artist Birdy Rose, who was at the rally with other well-known 'gender-critical' feminists, tweeted that "baby bully" Kavanagh was one of those responsible for having her "cancelled" and had sent her online abuse.
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Brighton, in East Sussex on the southern English coast, is known as a mecca for the LGBT community. It is also the venue for many political party and trade union conferences every year, especially of the opposition Labour Party.
The city is a political outlier in Conservative Sussex, electing several two Labour MPs — both openly gay men — and the Green Party's sole MP Caroline Lucas.
But the UK's only transgender MP is Jamie Wallace, the Conservative member for Bridgend, who was given a fine and a driving ban in July for an incident last November, when he crashed his Mercedes into a wall and then fled the scene in a miniskirt and high heels.
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