Transgender soccer player fights ‘Binary’ campaigner in court

A transgender soccer player from a small town on the Mid-North Coast has failed in her bid to have a court order taken out against high-profile ‘Binary’ campaigner Kirralie Smith.

Although Taree magistrate Allison Hawkins found that Stephanie Blanch would have felt “harassed, isolated and targeted” by Ms Smith’s social media posts over a one-month period last year, she ultimately declined to grant the Apprehended Personal Violence Order.
“They don’t reach the level of harassment that is appropriate for the court to intervene,” Ms Hawkins said.
Ms Smith is a spokeswoman for Binary which aims to “promote and honour the inherent differences between boys and girls, men and women”.
The 18 posts published included photos of Ms Blanch and terms such a ‘bloke in a frock’, the court heard.


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