Roisin Murphy faces backlash and radio censorship over comments on puberty blockers
Singer Roisin Murphy has faced backlash and radio censorship after expressing concerns about puberty blockers for transgender children. Her comments led to social media attacks and her name trending for days. Murphy's record label reportedly stopped promoting her new album, and BBC Radio 6 Music cancelled scheduled programmes featuring her. The BBC denies that the decision was connected to her views on gender. Despite the controversy, Murphy's album 'Hit Parade' has received positive reviews and is currently at number two on the UK albums chart.