By Tom Pyman For Mailonline. A non-binary Britney Spears fan has won the right to asylum in the UK because they were persecuted at home in El Salvador. Equality activists have hailed the landmark upper tribunal judgement in the case of Arthur Britney Joestar and said it was likely to make it easier for non-binary people to find a safe home in Britain. Joestar arrived in the UK in October to escape daily abuse in the Central American country, where transgender women have a life expectancy of just The year-old, who has settled in Liverpool and become a huge fan of the Premier League champions, as well as the global pop star, had been stopped and attacked by police in their own country, who accused them of being not normal, punched them on the chest and pushed them to the floor. They were left alone and in tears, nursing lots of bruises and bleeding arms from the attack.
No Bra Day is an annual observance on October 13 on which women are encouraged to go braless as a means to encourage breast cancer awareness. Users on social media are encouraged to post using the hashtag nobraday to promote awareness of breast cancer symptoms and to encourage gender equality. Some users on social media sites also encourage women to post pictures of themselves not wearing a bra. Some women embrace No Bra Day as a political statement while others prefer the comfort of discarding what they view as a restrictive, uncomfortable garment. The observance has spread worldwide.