A trail of stickers is now on show in Oxford defending transgender rights.

After a series of transphobic stickers started to appear on lampposts and other street furniture, supporters of the transgender community removed them and put up their own stickers showing support.

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Thames Valley Police are investigating but so far no one has been arrested.

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Zayna Ratty, chair of Oxford Pride, has condemned the abuse, describing it as 'inducing hate crime' and said there should be 'mandatory education' around trans issues.Oxford Mail:

She also shared some of the offending images she has seen.

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One of the latest stickers seen supporting the trans community said 'Trans happiness is real'.

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Another said 'Oxford tutors against transphobia'.

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A Twitter feed entitled Stickers Against Hate has been documenting the feud.