UN resolution backs ‘gender identity’ rights
CWN - November 30, 2012
Despite opposition from predominantly Muslim nations, the United Nations General Assembly for the first time has supported “gender identity” rights in a resolution.
Egypt, which led the opposition, decried the resolution as an “attempt to impose undefined concepts or notions that have never been defined in international law or documents.”
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