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Women’s reproductive rights is still a political issue our leaders are still arguing over whether or not trans women are women they are, which adds a whole additional layer of prejudice and disinclusion typical sorts of sexism women face, which trans women also face.

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    Yes, you do.

    Please rewrite using appropriate punctuation and capitalization.

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    Here's a nicer approach to help correcting you rather than criticizing you.


    Maybe say:
    Women's reproductive rights is a very controversial political issue. Additionally, the argument of whether or not transgender women have these rights is a big debate regardless of the fact that all women, transgender or not, face sexism and discrimination.

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