Trans activists protest women-only pharmacy

Vancouver pharmacy only serves women born women

On Jul 11, trans activists protested the policies of a new Vancouver pharmacy that only serves women born women. The Vancouver Women’s Health Collective, the group running Lu’s: A Pharmacy for Women, says it does not have the expertise to serve trans women. Trans activists say that policy is discriminatory.

Check out Xtra.ca videographer Rob Easton’s report below:


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