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Far-left protester who cursed at father, baby at UK women's rights rally identified as top staffer for Labour MP

Carly-May Kavanagh, a "policy caseworker and administrator" for Brighton MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle of the Labour Party, hounded a father holding his small baby, taunting him and saying "you're raising a little fascist."

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Pro-trans extremists became aggressive at a "Let Women Speak" event in Brighton, UK on Sunday, where a top staffer to a Member of the Parliament (MP) was seen confronting a man and his baby, hurling accusations of "fascism" at the father and cursing at them.
  
A militant group of trans protestors largely part of "Reclaim Pride Brighton," many of who concealed their identities with Antifa-style black masks, interrupted a public gathering of women's rights activists from the Let Women Speak group. The women argue that women are adult human females, and that lesbians both can't be male and aren't attracted to males, according to reporter Andy Ngo.

Trans activists descended on the women's gathering, hurling insults and becoming aggressive to the point where police needed to intervene. The counter-protestors dressed in black, decked out with masks on trans pride flags tried to shout over talks from women's rights activists, yelling "Transwomen are women," and "TERFS f*ck off!"





Among the extremists was Carly-May Kavanagh, who claims to be a "policy caseworker and administrator" for Brighton MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle of the Labour Party.

Kavanagh, along with another woman who has not been identified, hounded a father holding his small baby, taunting him and saying "you're raising a little fascist."



"You f*cking fascist," Kavanagh said to the man, a few feet from the face of his child. "You think that's a good idea, to raise a child who believes this filth? To raise a child that doesn't accept trans people? It's 2022, you're disgusting!"

MP Russell-Moyle, who did not respond to a request for comment, has previously been in hot water over his own extreme trans-activism, when he accused author JK Rowling of "using her own sexual assault" as “justification” for discriminating against trans people.

According to The Guardian, this was in response to a blog post from Rowling in which she said she is deeply protective of women-only spaces as a result of being sexually assaulted.
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