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(GoRealNewsNow.com) – In a turn of events that proves transgender ideology is overrunning the globe, UN Women United Kingdom has recently appointed a “prominent” transgender “woman” and advocate as a “UN Women UK Champion.”

Munroe Bergdorf, known for “her” outspoken support of transgender rights, racial justice, and other social causes, shared the news of “her” new role on social media.

“She” intends to focus on combating misogyny, transphobia, and gender-based inequality within the UK. “Her” appointment reflects “her” ongoing commitment to raising awareness and advocating for “marginalized” communities.

Bergdorf’s involvement with UN Women UK dates back to 2018, participating in the Draw a Line campaign aimed at changing attitudes and behaviors toward violence against women. Her role has allegedly been pivotal in raising awareness and advocating for marginalized communities.

However, Bergdorf’s outspokenness has not been without controversy.

In 2017, “she” was dropped from a L’Oréal campaign over comments about racism and white supremacy.

In a deleted Facebook post, “she” addressed the pervasive issue of racism, stating, “Honestly I don’t have energy to talk about the racial violence of white people any more. Yes ALL white people,” and “Your entire existence is drenched in racism.” These comments led to “her” dismissal from L’Oréal, though she was rehired in 2020 after criticizing the company’s stance on Black Lives Matter.

L’Oréal’s rehiring of Bergdorf was accompanied by the announcement of a new UK Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Board, of which Bergdorf became a member. This move was seen as a response to Bergdorf’s accusation of the company’s ‘gaslighting’ and “her” broader criticism of corporate responses to social justice issues.

Bergdorf’s appointment in 2018 as an LGBT adviser to the Labour Party was also mired in controversy and short-lived. “She” resigned a week later following the resurfacing of her earlier social media comments, including tweets criticizing the suffragettes and gay male Tories. Bergdorf described “her” resignation as a response to “endless attacks” on her character and “nasty tabloid fodder.”

Throughout her career, Bergdorf has consistently highlighted intersectional issues, linking the struggles of various “marginalized” groups and advocating for solidarity among them.