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Drunk men using trans law to invade women's bathrooms, says Alberta bar

An Alberta tavern has come under fire for banning men - whether or not they are presenting or transitioning into "women" - from using the women's bathroom.

But Medicine Hat's Corona Tavern says it did so because drunken men claiming to be transgendered have been entering the women's bathroom since Rachel Notley's NDP government passed its "trans rights" Bill 7.

"This has caused some young female patrons to feel unsafe and threatened," the bar's management said in a Tuesday press release.

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