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As Pride month rolls around, bringing with it a sea of bigotry, pop is fighting back with the return of Muna. Columnist Douglas Greenwood tells us why their presence is so important.MunaPride month has barely even begun, yet I already feel like I’m watching its so-called power and influence swirling down the sinkhole in the UK. Late last week, the wonderful transgender activist Munroe Bergdorf was the victim of a hideous anti-trans character assassination, when a broadsheet journalist  made it her responsibility to have Munroe ousted […]The post Pop Is Not A Dirty Word: In a Pride month already marred by pain, Muna’s return is life affirming appeared first on NME.
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