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Kylie Minogue has schooled us all in how to simply and elegantly speak in support of trans issues.
In her case, over the weekend, the pop icon did so in just 12 words.
The moment came when the 'Say Something' singer was asked about trans women using single-sex spaces in an interview with The Guardian.
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And while she didn't go round the houses about it, she made how she feels perfectly clear.
"All the brave people who do make the noise, I really admire them"
"If you’re a transgender woman, you should use the women’s facilities, surely," the star answered, before, according the journalist, 'changing the subject.'
"There are plenty of people in the world who wanna make some noise and be disruptive," Kylie, known for hits like 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' and 'Where the Wild Roses Grow', added. "All the brave people who do make the noise, I really admire them."
Mentioning Black Lives Matter and trans activists, she then added. “But you have to figure out who’s making noise for the right reasons."
LGBTQ+ icon Kylie recently dropped new album 'Disco'. Read our track-by-track review here.