- Cosmetics retailer Lush has come under fire after it donated £3,000 ($4,000) to an anti-trans group.
- The recipient, A Woman’s Place UK, has been accused of anti-trans behavior.
- Four of the group’s five core demands focus on the idea that trans rights could infringe women’s rights, activists say.
- Activists have called for shoppers to boycott Lush, and its North American arm quickly distanced itself from the decision.
- “We do not believe that trans rights are a threat to women’s rights,” Lush said, and maintained that it remains a loyal advocate of LGBTQ+ rights.
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Activists are calling for shoppers to boycott Lush after the cosmetics retailer donated £3,000 ($4,000) to A Woman’s Place UK, which has been accused of anti-transgender behaviour.
In a statement published Saturday, the group said it had received the grant from Lush’s Charity Pot towards “events organization.” The company