My fight for women-only spaces

Sall Grover on Tickle vs Giggle, the Australian court case that will define what it means to be a woman.

Topics Feminism Identity Politics World

Sall Grover, founder of women-only social-media app Giggle, is the latest guest on The Brendan O’Neill Show. Sall and Brendan discuss how her app was brought down by trans activists and her legal battle to defend women’s privacy.

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Topics Feminism Identity Politics World


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