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Women’s football team sparks trans storm

An amateur women’s football team featuring five transgender players has ignited controversy after absolutely dominating a women’s competition in Sydney.

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The Flying Bats website states the club is “the biggest LGBTQIA+ women’s and non-binary football club in the world”, having been founded in 1985.

The website adds: “While we started out as a club for lesbians, we’ve evolved…

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