Oxford Union trans debate concludes it takes all sorts to make a world

THE controversial Oxford Union trans debate has concluded that everyone is different and we should just live and let live.

Last night’s debate, an attempt to clear up this transgender business once and for all, ended with all parties agreeing it is really complicated when you think about it, so best let sleeping dogs lie.

Attendee Hannah Tomlinson said: “It began with the speaker saying that she wasn’t one to say anything but it’s all a bit well, you know, isn’t it?

“The moderator agreed that you used to know where you stood but it’s all different these days, adding quickly ‘not that there’s anything wrong with that’ to murmurs of assent from the crowd.

“The speaker then said she personally didn’t mind what anyone got up to as long as it wasn’t hurting anyone. A member of the audience made the point that it’s better not to get involved with things that don’t concern you and just get on with your own business.

“At the end they concluded it would all come out in the wash so there’s point in worrying yourself and just have a nice cup of tea, to polite applause.”

Activist Jack Browne, who glued herself to the stage midway through the debate, said: “I had to stand up and say ‘Hey, we’re all the same underneath our skin so let’s not do anything hasty’. It was my moral duty.”

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