Rushdie: We must 'back off' pushing sex changes for children

Padraic Flanagan
October 2017
Mail on Sunday;10/8/2017, p17
SSs SATANIC Verses author Sir Salman Rushdie says society needs to 'back off' promoting sex-change surgery to young people.


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