New Book - "The Transgender-Industrial Complex" - hoping it wakes up the normies! by BEB in LGBDropTheT
[–]BEB[S] 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun - 11 hours ago* (0 children)
You're right. Sigh.
However, I've found that a lot of our conservative "allies" do tend to blame feminism and gays for being the precursors of gender ideology, and I feel that to some extent they're right.
Let me explain: I participated in 2nd Wave US feminism and back then the more extreme feminists were about proving that women were the same as men. So that kind of has led to the idea that men can be women.
And the TQ+ have taken over the LGB movement, hijacking the money, the political machines, the organizational structures of former gay rights lobbies, and so now in the public mind, gays are responsible for TQ+ demands. So the author is right about that too - that the fight for gay rights has led to TQ+ extraordinary and rapid rise (but simply because TQ+ USED gays)
So, yes, this book will probably do damage to feminism and gay rights, and yes, LGB should have fought to drop the TQ+ a very long time ago, but I still hold out hope that the author has exposed some of the machinations behind Trans, Inc. and that expose will reach the public.
And honestly, Abigail Shrier's book, IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE - the only book to really make a public stir about transitioning kids, was also published by conservative press, probably because other publishers wouldn't touch it being that they must be WOKE and all. Shrier is not a liberal, but she is a very valuable ally in some aspects of this struggle.
So whenever anyone complains about feminists especially allying with the right wing, it's because they have to, in the US at least. US Progressives are the ones who have happily sold feminists and gays down the river.
Now, one of us needs to write this type of book from a feminist and/or gay perspective and do it fast.
[–]BEB[S] 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun - 11 hours ago (0 children)
I only looked at the publisher's website and so it's where I got the following information: it looks like the book, which has just been published, has attracted a lot of unexpected attention, so the publishers are now going to do a hardback version.
I'm guessing that if the book continues to draw a lot of attention, the pubisher might do an electronic version, even though it seems that the publisher's mission is to do actual books.
I hope that this book is good and that, if it is, it's a best-seller. This type of book is just what we need to hand to friends who think we're nuts when we warn them about the Gendernaut.
We Lost the Fight by Spicylikegumbo in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 11 hours ago (0 children)
Most people, including most women, are still in the very confused stage.
We've been prepped by years of entertainment and media telling us that gender specials "Just wanna pee" and then all the stunning-brave portrayals of TiMs in media, so most people THINK to themselves that they're the only one missing how a man can be a woman just by saying so, but are now too afraid of being called "transphobic" to speak out.
Once people wake up, and more and more people speak out, the Democrats are going to be in deep shit. They just lost a huge amount of political ground to the GOP in this election, to some extent because of identity politics. If the Dems don't learn their lesson, they're going to lose a lot more.
How can I help drop the T? by Ryhon in LGBDropTheT
[–]BEB 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun - 12 hours ago (0 children)
Sorry - I thought that you were in one of the countries where gender ideology and its $$$ funders have made idiots out of "Leftist" politicians.
My suggestion is then that if I were you I would try to make Poland's LGB groups, and anyone else you can, aware that LGB rights do not include many TQ+ demands.
I would do this before the gender ideology takeover even starts in Poland, because it is coming. Best to be proactive and warn people before the TQ+ gets a stranglehold in your country as it's done in many other countries, and you can't speak out without your life being ruined.
Sex apartheid in Iran by jet199 in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun - 12 hours ago (0 children)
Oh lawd, not Masih Alinejad again...
This "women's rights activist" is not what feminists appear to think she is. She allegedly (the accusation is coming from many sides, including Iranian feminists) works for nefarious forces that want to overthrow the Iranian regime.
As we saw in Iraq, when US-led coalitions overthrow regimes, we "liberate" women (and children and everyone else) by killing them.
Trump is reportedly mulling over a US attack on Iran (Hello, WW III!!!) so this is quite the delicate time for GC feminists to be retweeting the anti-Iran propaganda mill about how the hijab situation in Iran is JUST SO TERRIBLE that it's the most important women's issue on Earth.
And I have to (again) question why so many GC feminists on Twitter are so incredibly concerned about women's rights - especially anti-hijab activism- in Iran that they retweet Masih Alinejad a few times a week when they don't seem to care to that extent about the rights of women in equal or worse situations all over the world.
The US has just put even more stringent sanctions on Iran, and, especially during the time of COVID, this will lead to the loss of life and health of many innocent Iranians, including women and children. Where is the GC concern about the sanctions?
Here is background on Masih Alinejad (the woman being cited by OP) Please read the whole article and note the authors:
"A recent development in the effort to “manufacturing consent” regarding a potential war with Iran is a piece published in the Independent titled “The Iranian Revolutionary Guards are Terrorists- I’ve seen evidence with my own eyes” by Ms. Masih Alinejad. Published one day after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) a Foreign Terrorist Organization, the article opens with a video of Pompeo’s declaration. After providing a mix of unverifiable analyses and personal narratives in condemnation of IRGC activities, the article ends with the sentence “Anything which weakens the IRGC is a step in the right direction.”
Who Delivers the Narrative?
Masih Alinejad is the host of a program on the Voice of America Persian Television Service, funded by the U.S. State Department. She also operates a social media campaign against mandatory Hijab laws in Iran. In February, she met with Pompeo to secure his support for Iranian women’s rights. Shortly after, a petition was signed by over 1000 independent Iranian feminists and human rights activists condemning her campaign as faux activism…"
Remember to spread the word about this place! by justagaydude123 in LGBDropTheT
[–]BEB 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun - 12 hours ago (0 children)
You can spread a link that goes straight to this sub, I think.
Or you can tell people to do a search specifically using terms "SAIDIT.NET" and "LGBDropTheT"
I do the latter and avoid the SAIDIT front page entirely. But then I think that the patriarchy is hiding in my drawers and lesbians are the master race so maybe I belong here...
[–]BEB 6 insightful - 1 fun6 insightful - 0 fun7 insightful - 0 fun7 insightful - 1 fun - 12 hours ago (0 children)
I have followed LGB ALLIANCE since its formation and think that it seems legit. But even if it's not accomplishing as much as hoped, the fact that there is a rapidly-expanding global organization of LGBs who want to Drop the T is a wake up call to the general public that not all LGB are on board with TQ+ demands.
And certainly the existence of LGB ALLIANCE is a wake up call to politicians, who rubber stamp TQ+ bills thinking that they're working on behalf of homosexuals.
So you could also call politicians, tell them that you are gay, and explain why homosexuals no longer feel that formerly gay rights organizations represent them, i.e., they've gone all in on the TQ+ and forgotten about homosexuals, even though homosexual needs and rights are sometimes in conflict with TQ+ demands.
Explain to the politicians exactly how LGB rights and needs conflict with TQ+ demands.
Also, inform politicians about LGB ALLIANCE, so that politicians know that there is organized homosexual/bisexual pushback against the TQ+ hijacking of LGB organizations, because, as I said, many if not most politicians think that they are acting on behalf of LGB when they pass laws that only cater to TQ+
[–]BEB[S] 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun - 13 hours ago* (0 children)
I am NOT endorsing this book, because I haven't read it and know nothing about the author nor the publisher.
Solely going by the description on the publisher's website, I'm hoping that this book is well-researched and well-written and will help people become aware that the gender ideology movement is not the organic, grass-roots, "I just wanna pee" movement it's been sold as and is, rather, a very organized, and supremely well-funded, deconstruction of biological sex and, as a result, the rights of gay men and women.
New Book - "The Transgender-Industrial Complex" - hoping it wakes up the normies!
13 hours ago by BEB to /s/LGBDropTheT from antelopehillpublishing.com
New Book - "THE TRANSGENDER-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX" - let's hope it wakes up the normies! by BEB in GenderCritical
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I am NOT endorsing this book because I only just read about it, have no idea who the author is, don't know the publisher, and don't know what's actually in the book. In fact, I have only read the book description on the publisher's website.
However, if the description is accurate, this book might help inform the un or barely-aware about the global push to institute gender ideology over biological sex, the transitioning of children, the money trail, etc.
So I hope that the book is well-written and researched and is not the work of a crackpot.
New Book - "THE TRANSGENDER-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX" - let's hope it wakes up the normies!
13 hours ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from antelopehillpublishing.com
In Norway, "misgendering" someone may soon be punishable with up to 3 years in prison. Even though it's easy to "misgender" because Norwegians can change their legal sex online. (And what about those speshal snowflakes the "gender-fluid"?) by BEB in GenderCritical
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Lest we forget, in California, Land of Enlightenment & Men in Women's Prisons, "misgendering" by a caregiver can lead to one year in jail and(or?) a $1000 fine.
The US has a First Amendment right to free speech, so this misgendering law would run afoul of that, but, nevertheless, the Crazy Cali legislators passed it and Governor Jerry Moon Beam Brown proudly signed it. Land of the Free and all that...
Denmark to criminalise "hate speech" against trans people by alttrawl in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 5 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 0 fun6 insightful - 1 fun - 1 month ago (0 children)
I hate hate speech laws. Who decides? Really depressing.
Parents put up billboard in LA by notgonnabenice in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 7 insightful - 3 fun7 insightful - 2 fun8 insightful - 2 fun8 insightful - 3 fun - 1 month ago (0 children)
I was thinking that too.
Wonder how they chose the location. Also who did it. Abigail says it was parents.
California schools indoctrinating the very, very young into gender ideology with no way to opt-out. SICK & dangerous. by BEB in GenderCritical
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TQ latched on to LGB deliberately -they even admitted it.
Well, T did. Q - I don't really know WTF they are. Neither do they.
Three feminists are arrested for pasting naked images of Mohammed on city centre walls in Toulouse by alttrawl in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 2 insightful - 4 fun2 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 4 fun - 1 month ago* (0 children)
Women's laughter is met with murder all over the world; why have some GC feminists, especially in the UK, but in this case, France, allied themselves with this particular cause of demonizing Islam and claiming it only has to do with free speech?
My concern, as I've said, is that some GC feminists stand to become unwitting (or witting) tools in the softening up of the public to support yet another war against an Islamic country.
An attack on Iran would be catastrophic, and it would be pretty fucking hypocritical if women who call themselves feminists were even a tiny bit responsible for the deaths of millions of women. And not just in Iran, because a conflict with Iran could lead to a much wider war.
But in terms of these GC feminists support of free speech (well, when it's used against Islam) France recently jailed a man, Hervé Ryssen, for posts on Facebook and Twitter, and a YouTube video, that were deemed "anti-semitic." Why should France treat someone who makes anti-Islamic statements, or media, differently? And where is the GC free speech brigade's outrage?
I am a free speech absolutist: I would not have punished Herve Ryssen nor Charlie Hebdo, but that's not what's happening in France. Some groups are protected and some are not.
And Charlie Hebdo is hypocritical - This is from the link in my other response. While I don't agree with the author in other parts of his commentary, he makes valid points about Charlie Hebdo's and others hypocrisy towards Islam and free speech in general.
Also, as I mentioned, the earlier Mohammed cartoon controversy (2005) was by a Danish paper called Jyllands-Posten, under the direction of a man named Fleming Rose, and was designed to inflame the Islamic world. Fleming Rose was tied to Neo-Conservatives.
I am not a Muslim BTW: I am not a fan of religion, except the good parts like "Love Thy Neighbor" - I just love facts, no matter where they lead me. And I hate war.
"...Charlie Hebdo sacked the veteran French cartoonist Maurice Sinet in 2008 for making an allegedly anti-Semitic remark? Were you not aware that Jyllands-Posten, the Danish newspaper that published caricatures of the Prophet in 2005, reportedly rejected cartoons mocking Christ because they would "provoke an outcry" and proudly declared it would "in no circumstances... publish Holocaust cartoons"?
Muslims, I guess, are expected to have thicker skins than their Christian and Jewish brethren. Context matters, too. You ask us to laugh at a cartoon of the Prophet while ignoring the vilification of Islam across the continent (have you visited Germany lately?) and the widespread discrimination against Muslims in education, employment and public life - especially in France. You ask Muslims to denounce a handful of extremists as an existential threat to free speech while turning a blind eye to the much bigger threat to it posed by our elected leaders.
Does it not bother you to see Barack Obama - who demanded that Yemen keep the anti-drone journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye behind bars, after he was convicted on "terrorism-related charges" in a kangaroo court - jump on the free speech ban wagon? Weren't you sickened to see Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of a country that was responsible for the killing of seven journalists in Gaza in 2014, attend the "unity rally" in Paris? Bibi was joined by Angela Merkel, chancellor of a country where Holocaust denial is punishable by up to five years in prison, and David Cameron, who wants to ban non-violent "extremists" committed to the "overthrow of democracy" from appearing on television."
New US study finds Millennial men and “dude bros” are *less* supportive of LGBT+ people than older people by BEB in LGBDropTheT
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And I'll take bets the loss in support is because of LGB. JK!!!!
I think the writing is on the wall: if there are any gay leaders left at what used to be gay organizations they need to speak out and either get TQ + under control, or drop the rest of the Alphabet.
But then the money would dry up for the professional activists making money off of adding every conceivable letter to LGB...
New US study finds Millennial men and “dude bros” are *less* supportive of LGBT+ people than older people
1 month ago by BEB to /s/LGBDropTheT from twitter.com
[–]BEB 12 insightful - 2 fun12 insightful - 1 fun13 insightful - 1 fun13 insightful - 2 fun - 1 month ago (0 children)
This is fantastic!
Only they should have put it up across the street from Ted F-in Lieu's office or Kamala Harris's.
Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA) is behind the "Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act of 2019" in the US House, which bans "gender identity" conversion, meaning it would be much harder for parents and other concerned adults to stop a minor from transitioning.
Amnesty (Intl) Ireland have said in a letter, that "forcing" transwomen into males prisons is not "justifiable" and would make them "vulnerable to sexual harassment, assault, rape.” No mention of female prisoners.
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from twitter.com
Intl GC group fighting the gender lobby, Women's Human Rights Campaign, launches Canadian chapter on Sat Oct 24
[–]BEB 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun - 1 month ago* (0 children)
I don't even know where to start to answer you, but here goes:
One of my points would be that there are different strains of Islam, as there are of Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.
In some, or in some Muslim-minority countries - women are doctors, lawyers, politicians, etc. It is quite unfair to judge all Muslims based on the religion's extremes.
Second point: many religions oppress women. The Buddhists of Tibet ostracize widows. The Hindus forced widows to burn on the funeral pyres of their husbands. In some Jewish sects women also have to cover their hair, their arms and wear long skirts. In Buddhist Thailand, girls are sold into sexual slavery.
Where are the feminist protests? Why are we focused on Islam, when other religions do similarly horrible things to women?
So all these GC feminists are outraged that an innocent man was beheaded because of a drawing of the Islamic prophet Mohammed. So am I.
But the US and its war allies, which often include the UK and France, have been on a daily Muslim killing spree since... I am having a hard time remembering when it started, but let's start with Iraq War I - so for almost 30 years, on and off, the US has been killing Muslims and, at the very least a million Muslims, have died with tens of millions more maimed and displaced ...where is the outrage?
Why are so many GC feminists LIVID about one murder, when around the world religions are killing and sexually exploiting women, and our very own countries are murdering Muslim women with aplomb, using our tax dollars?
And if you want to talk free speech in France, and specifically at Charlie Hebdo - it is quite the hypocritical media outlet:
And if you want to talk free speech in the US, well, we are supposed to have a First Amendment right to free speech, but...:
I actually know a lot about this topic. It was part of my job for years. It bothers me that, for whatever reason, GC feminists seem to be getting sucked into the Neo-Conservative, endless "War on Terror AKA War on Islamic Countries" vortex, which will have no good outcomes for any good person, but will be absolutely devastating for tens of millions of women.
Hey feminists on Twitter -this Iranian "feminist," Masih Alinejad, you keep retweeting, actually works with the US to soften up the public to attack ("regime change") Iran - you are being used by BEB in GenderCritical
[–]BEB[S] 3 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 3 fun - 1 month ago (0 children)
US foreign policy in the Middle East used to be something I had to pay attention to for my job. Since I don't have all day (I do try to post as much as possible on here because I think it's crucial that women are alerted to how our rights are being lost, but I do have other things in my life to do too) I just tried to give a bit of background so that people who didn't have to know what was happening in the Middle East for their work might be able to understand some of my objection to Alinejad.
This isn't really the forum to go into US foreign policy, but I do think that war is a feminist issue, and wanted to alert women who might not be as knowledgable as I was as to why I think Alinejad and her motivation should be examined more closely before full on GC feminist support.
Alinejad might be a feminist angel, but, given the sheer amount of back room spooks/ the Usual Neo-Conservative Suspects who seem to consider her a heroine, I personally think she's being used, or is in on efforts to soften up the US public for yet another UnHoly War.
And I do not support the Iranian regime, far from it. I have just watched over and over the US public being told lies, including humanitarian lies (Kuwaiti premature babies being thrown out of incubators by Iraqi troops) to justify wars and military actions. I am on the side of not bombing women into bits in order to give what's left of their bodies "rights."
We were "bringing freedom to Iraq" at one point with "Operation Iraqi Freedom" - anyone remember that? That freedom killed a lot of females, and left millions of others missing limbs, scarred bodies, homeless, hungry, sexually assaulted, prostituted.
I did actually know a lot about US foreign policy, not just in the Middle East, and am firmly in the leave other countries alone camp unless we are actually doing good, which the US is almost never doing. We are thugs overseas and our population is completely uninformed by our media about what we are actually doing around the world unless it's couched in patriotic terms.
And the coming attack on Iran, no matter who wins the US election, will be couched in patriotic (false flag attack) or humanitarian terms (we're saving those I-ran wimmin from having to wear tents!) so I'm very suspicious about Alinejad's raised profile and what force is actually behind it.
But bottom line, I was certainly not attacking you or anyone else personally, just, after seeing the same Alinejad tweet video retweeted on about 7 GC feminist Twitters I wanted to let people know that she might not be what they thought and that the situation between the US and Iran is fraught and dangerous.
BTW: I used Jim Lobe for information a lot. I don't agree with everything he claims, but he is miles ahead of almost any other US journalist in terms of knowledge of US policy in the Middle East.
And the author of the article is Iranian himself; I've also followed him for years. IIRC he lost his brother to the Mullahs so is no fan of the Iranian regime himself.
If anyone wants to know more about why I think Alinejad might not be above board, ask me. You'll get a novel (maybe, I don't have much time this week), but it's better than launching a war on Iran to save women from having to wear headscarves by killing them.
Letting trans women play in women’s sports is often unfair : JoeRogan Reddit by alttrawl in GenderCritical
[–]BEB 9 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 1 fun - 1 month ago (0 children)
It's great that so many of the replies are not only supportive of keeping women's sports for women, but also saying the whole transgender thing has gone too far and it was a slippery slope to begin with.
That's what I keep saying: most average men, not college-educated, not "progressive'" per se, think gender ideology is nonsense. And it seems even the milder Woke Bros are starting to rethink it.
We just need to stall all the legislation Trans, Inc. is trying to pass in secret (like the US Equality Act) until more people wake up.
BC Canada Libertarian candidate is our kind of gal! Come to the US, PLEASE! "Transgenderism is lunacy, & if you don't speak up, they'll keep teaching it to your kids & luring them to harm their body, while alienating them from you."Transphobia" =sanity." by BEB in GenderCritical
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Canada, or rather, Tranada, should be a warning to all countries how far Gender Ideology can destroy women's rights, parents' rights, children's mental and physical health, and free speech.
I can't believe it's gone as far as it has there. At least in the US, we have the First Amendment right to free speech, and many Americans, across the political spectrum who will defend it.
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If the US passes the Equality Act I am absolutely going to claim I'm a man all over the place.
I think the only way to stop this madness is to alert average people, so when I use the men's bathroom in a store and get looks, I'll just say, "The US Equality Act allows me to call myself a man whenever I want, so I am a man right now. Deal with it."
So, yes, maybe we should plan some kind of international action where we all declare ourselves men, and let the stupid virtue-signaling shitheads nodding along to mandatory pronouns, etc., see what trans activism is really all about.
Hannah Gadsby's FaceBook FanGroup kicks GC artist out because she is "making people feel unsafe" by supporting JK Rowling. How do these people function in the real world? by BEB in GenderCritical
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That type of "comedy" is so common now; I find it tiresome.
"Straight Boys Converted" Guess this was bound to happen with all that porn and how men are watching so many other men's penises too ;) by totallyrad in GenderCritical
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Ray Blanchard is a sexologist at the University of Toronto who has done a lot of work on autogynephilia, and coined the word.
To those who don't know what autogynephilia is, it's basically men who get sexually aroused by the thought of themselves as women; many TiMs are autogynephiles.
Some autogynephiles also get aroused by humiliating women or imagining humiliating women (wearing a woman's used sanitary product, ejaculating into women's underwear at a store, listening to women pee in a women's bathroom).
Rate Yourself on the Terf Scale by BEB in GenderCritical
We all need to be 9s. Be as crazy as the TiM activists. Demand and break things.
Maybe if we behave like TiMs, The Powers That Be will listen to us, because they sure don't listen to us now.
I knew it! 1 out of 50 of the BBC's staff identifies as transgender -4x higher than general population by BEB in GenderCritical
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The BBC switched off the replies to their pronouns day tweet - if public criticism TRIGGERS them so much they shouldn't be in broadcasting, much less have their PC tripe funded by the public.
Jenn Smith, Canadian GC TiM running for office on platform against child transition and creepy SOGI child sex education, has accounts suspended by FaceBook (is gender lobby now interfering in elections?)
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from thenationaltelegraph.com
Not content just to harass us about pronouns, the BBC lectures us about the next global crisis - ASEXUALITY!!!!
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from bbc.co.uk
"On Gender, Left Steps Up Effort Against Notorious Hate Group: Reality" (very funny satire)
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from babylonbee.com
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I remember when gay men and women were too scared to come out even to their families.
Now gays are accepted because they don't ask the rest of society to change, however, if the TQ+ keep up their lunacy, and if the LGB don't publicly divorce TQ+ soon, IMO we could go back to the bad old days where gays had to hide their sexuality and live in misery.
Update on our fave rifle-carrying trans Muslim Antifa! (S)he claims police were Islamophobic & Transphobic bc (s)he was body searched by a male in the presence of men. You can't make this up. Waiting for the movie.
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from thepostmillennial.com
New US study: Millennial men & "Dude Bros" are less supportive of LGBT+ than older people
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I am absolutely not kidding that we - GC women from every part of the world - should identify as men en masse, while not changing our appearance at all, and throw the world into chaos.
If that's what it takes...
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I have seen this retweeted at least 7 times today alone, and WoLF (which I normally love) retweets this Iranian "feminist activist" very frequently.
To me, war is a feminist issue, because, beyond killing the helpless, it collapses society and women's freedoms (if they're not dead) are set back decades.
So here is some information on Masih Alinejad from a blog that is generally excellent on events in the Middle East - she may well be passionate about women's rights in Iran, but killing women under US bombs is the wrong way to give them rights IMO:
One goal of the meetings between Pompeo, Bolton, and the exiled “fake” opposition is to identify those Iranians who have the potential to act as the Iranian version of Ahmad Chalabi. This notorious Iraqi figure, whose Iraqi National Congress for years fabricated lies about Saddam Hussein’s non-existent weapons of mass destruction, worked closely with the neoconservatives in the run-up to the 2003 invasion. Another goal is to buttress the claim that the Iranian people support Trump’s policy vis-à-vis Iran.
One leading candidate is Reza Pahlavi, the son of Iran’s last king, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi whose regime was overthrown by the 1979 Revolution. In the 1980s, the CIA provided Reza Pahlavi with funding. He has also had a long-term relationship with Israel and the Israel lobby in the United States, including meeting with Sheldon Adelson, the casino magnate and billionaire Republican donor who once suggested that the United States attack Iran with nuclear bombs. Reza Pahlavi has also called on Israel to help the “cause of democracy” in Iran.
Efforts to prop up Reza Pahlavi began immediately after Donald Trump’s election in November 2016, even before he formally took office. Suddenly, the Farsi division of Voice of America (VOA), as well as Radio Farda, a U.S. funded radio program, began promoting Reza Pahlavi as the “leader” of the opposition. Setareh Derakhshesh, director of VOA’s Farsi programs, interviewed Pahlavi, and both VOA and Radio Farda began presenting a very “modern” and positive portrait of Pahlavi and his family, a depiction that has continued.
In addition, Derakhshesh also interviewed several Iran hawks, including Bolton. She also interviewed Elliot Abrams, who served in George W. Bush’s National Security Council and is an ardent opponent of the nuclear agreement with Iran (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA), and Michael Ledeen, a veteran anti-Iran neoconservative at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), a leading anti-JCPOA group closely associated with Israel’s Likud Party. Both Abrams and Ledeen support Trump’s policy toward Iran. VOA also hired Masih Alinejad, a controversial reporter who has turned against the Reformists in Iran, to begin her own program on VOA, giving her large sums of money and promoting her heavily.
In fact, on February 4, Pompeo met with the VOA’s Alinejad and “underscored the United States’ commitment to help amplify the voices of the Iranian people and to condemn the Iranian regime for its ongoing human rights abuses.” This is while the United States continues to support Saudi Arabia and Egypt, countries that are gross violators of the human rights of their own citizens.
Hey feminists on Twitter -this Iranian "feminist," Masih Alinejad, you keep retweeting, actually works with the US to soften up the public to attack ("regime change") Iran - you are being used
San Francisco (home of Scott Men in Women's Prisons Wiener) Board of Supervisors unanimously passes the CAREN Act — a new law that makes it illegal for someone to call 911 with a false, racially charged complaint (it's already illegal, this is to scare CARENs AKA women away from reporting crimes) by BEB in GenderCritical
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So misogynistic. First they use Karen to shut women up, now they use Caren, and the threat of being charged as a racist, to stop women from reporting crime.
San Francisco (home of Scott Men in Women's Prisons Wiener) Board of Supervisors unanimously passes the CAREN Act — a new law that makes it illegal for someone to call 911 with a false, racially charged complaint (it's already illegal, this is to scare CARENs AKA women away from reporting crimes)
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Which could explain this (well, nothing explains this except collective insanity and/ or LSD in the BBC's water cooler):
BBC BITESIZE - "It's #InternationalPronounsDay! What are pronouns and how can you be an ally to friends who've changed theirs?"
I knew it! 1 out of 50 of the BBC's staff identifies as transgender -4x higher than general population
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from dailymail.co.uk
Course at Berkeley (formerly prestigious US uni, but also Home of Judith Butler) teaches that sex is a social construct. I need to find a way to tell my body that. by BEB in GenderCritical
Berkeley ranks very highly consistently, but it's always been a bit...well, Berkeley.
There was a TiF in the UK who told her attacker that she was really a man, but he didn't buy it and raped her anyway. The TiF was baffled as to why her attacker didn't acknowledge her male identity. True story.
A 9?!?!? Come sit next to me.
What country are you in? If you're in the US, I'll start a crowd fund to get you a ticket to DC. First up, a visit Joe Biden's campaign headquarters!
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You'll be a 6 soon. Try reading Charlotte Clymer's Twitter before bedtime. Well, maybe not, because that'll probably put you off the scale.
Interview w Judith Butler (she's getting around these days-why?) in Spain's El Pais. OK, my Spanish sucks, but even if it didn't, I'll take bets she's incomprehensible
I predicted that Furries were next and HERE THEY ARE! Furry organization- furries4kids.org- wants to "save" troubled kids
California is doomed. However, we still need to pay attention to what goes on because California routinely exports its craziness globally.
If you look at James Lindsay's twitter, he has more on this. I think this has already started being taught.
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New UN gender study: Women 'far from having an equal voice to men' by radmoon in GenderCritical
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Since UN Women itself seems to not be able to define "women," why does the UN expect any different?
The UN is leading the charge to globally eradicate women as a distinct legal category and hand our rights, dignity, privacy and safety over to men. Screw the UN.
She is encouraging people to contact her, so maybe you could hook up with her and tell her what's going on, if she's not up to speed?
I wish here in the US we had ANY politician not on the Right who would even give us the time of day. I would love to have a politician like Karin Litzcke throwing verbal bombs at the gender lobby here. Instead we have either insipid milk toast "Progressive" hand maidens, passive as women's rights, safety, privacy and sports are lost or hand maidens cheering on the loss of our rights.
I've only seen her standup once, and I thought she was OK. I thought she relied a tiny bit too heavily on her schtick of autistic, misunderstood lesbian, but them most comedians build their act off of their own life, so she's just doing what's normal for comedians.
The UK DOES have a Big Pharma lobby! TiM-loving Lib Dems took 1.3 + million pounds from puberty blocker maker by BEB in GenderCritical
I don't know but I've heard that some insurance companies cover transition, but I'm not sure if they cover for minors. It's more than $1000, more like $1100 - $1300/ month IIRC.
The intersectional trifecta! Article: "The First Drag Queen Was A Former Slave" by BEB in GenderCritical
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THE NATION, like most US Lefty media driving the Trans Train, just wants to make sure that we plebes understand that if we criticize Drag we are criticizing blacks AND supporting slavery! Or something...
Lupron (a "harmless" "reversible") Puberty Blocker - Side Effects - WOW by BEB in GenderCritical
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I believe this chart is from a Lupron victims group. But if you do a quick search of Lupron and side effects you will pull up the same or similar.
Lupron was developed as an advanced prostate cancer drug and is used to castrate sex offenders, but we're giving it to confused children under the guise of WOKE.
Yeah, don't mess with puberty - kids NEED to go through puberty for both body and mind. It's just sickening.
Proof of the BBC’s bias against JK Rowling & other GC women
Do trans female have an advantage in most sports? by GCwarrior in GenderCritical
My apologies to the OP (!) if I posted the same YouTube (I can't access YouTube from this browser correctly so can't check).
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Amazing Norwegian feminists to follow on Twitter (lots of English in their tweets):
In Norway, "misgendering" someone may soon be punishable with up to 3 years in prison. Even though it's easy to "misgender" because Norwegians can change their legal sex online. (And what about those speshal snowflakes the "gender-fluid"?)
Biologist & Physiologist review on whether testosterone suppression removes men's advantage in sports (Spoiler: It does not)
Women Human Rights Campaign (international group of women fighting gender ideology) - Brazil
New Spanish rad fem group!
Some evidence that some men can have "women's" brain by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical
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Please go for the corporations and organizations (the ACLU, for instance) tweeting gender nonsense. Twitter is not the real world, but for whatever reason, corporations seem to think it is, so please keep it up.
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IMO James Lindsay is a pompous, hypocritical (free speech for me, but not for thee) narcissist, but he is doing a bit of good work exposing gender ideology and its attack on children's mental & physical health, education and the sciences, etc.
California schools indoctrinating the very, very young into gender ideology with no way to opt-out. SICK & dangerous.
Abigail Shrier's (IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE) latest article "The Transgender Threat to Women's Sports" - Go, Abigail! by BEB in GenderCritical
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Abigail was actually part of a two-article Newsweek debate on TiMs in women's sports, but the pro-TiMs-in-women's-sports writer (I believe a TiM himself) blocked Abigail on Twitter, which Abigail found out when she tried to thank her debate partner.
Just more proof that trans activists don't want a debate, they want to rule over us real women with an iron fist, no questions allowed.
From Abigail's twitter:
"I had planned to thank my co-debater, @zinovievletter, for engaging with me in this vital conversation - but I see that she has blocked me. How very 2020."
BBC Woman's Hour warns listeners that 3 women's rights groups "are groups that some people have described...as transphobic”." The BBC thinks we need to be warned that some people think that women's rights are transphobic-you might want to stay away from those nasty women transphobes... by BEB in GenderCritical
I don't know about the UK, but in the US, the US Center for Disease Control (don't know how to describe it but kind of the government health research institution) released a study last year that claimed that almost 2% of US high school students now identify as transgender. So there's that.
But the bottom line is that the gender lobby oozes with hypocrites, however, given that Trans, Inc., is actually a Men's Demands Movement, that's not too surprising to me.
If you really want to help, get on Twitter ( make an anonymous account if need be) and push back on trans demands activists and CORPORATE nonsense.
Having watched the trajectory of how the British feminists saved their rights, I think a good portion of the success was because they used Twitter to hound companies and celebrities, etc., who spouted gender nonsense.
As a gay man, you're part of LGBTQ+++ whatever, so use that as cover to speak out. You would be helping other gays as well as women if you did.
But, for instance, my country, the US, with the "help" of other countries, including sometimes France, has launched a number of unprovoked wars and military actions against primarily Islamic countries, which have resulted in well over a million, probably several million, deaths of innocent civilians, and millions of civilians lives ruined.
I would prefer to be alive under Islam, especially the moderate Islam of pre-Ayatollah Iran, Indonesia, India, etc., then dead under US & its allies bombs or forced into prostitution by war, as so many Iraqi women were, especially Iraqi Christians.
Not only that, but the US supports covert and semi-covert actions, for instance in Afghanistan, which end up replacing governments that gave women some rights with fundamentalist regimes.
I have been around long enough to hear the lies my country has told to get us into a number of wars and military actions. One of the things that usually precedes a US attack, or to keep the US population rallied in support of an attack already underway, is the demonization of some aspect of the victim country.
For instance, US soldiers going into Iraq were trained to think of Iraqis as Hajis (Muslims who have completed the pilgrimage to Mecca) and something hateful. Ironic given that Saddam Hussein was a secularist, who actually allowed Iraqis, if they chose, to live a secular life for the most part. And also that Iraq had a sizable Christian population as well as other religions like Jews, who were historically treated very well.
Fleming Rose, who first created a controversy similar to Charlie Hebdo, was allied with US neo-Conservatives, the same neo-Conservatives who had lied us into Iraq II. His publishing of the Mohammed cartoons were designed to inflame the Muslim world and keep Americans, who were/would soon wake up to the lies told to get us into Iraq for the second time, onboard the war effort by showing us how crazy those "sand n-word" (as US troops called Iraqis), were.
So, now, the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia have Iran in our sights. Time to ramp up the demonization of Islam yet again.
If feminists fall for it, well, they are falling for one of the oldest tricks in the book, convincing a peaceful population that they are either under attack, or that there is a moral imperative to go to war (the lie about premature Kuwaiti babies being thrown out of incubators told by US government propagandists in the run up to Iraq War I) but the deaths and/or destruction of the lives millions of Iranian women and children, will be on their heads too.
BTW: WoLF (who I normally love) is retweeting an Iranian woman "activist" who is also tied to the neo-Conservatives who want the US to attack Iran. WoLF, like these French feminists, is being played. I hope they wake up, before they too will see what happens when we demonize an entire population, religion, etc., - war is not female-friendly at all.
When it comes to the Bathroom thing, what do you say about the Women who claim they have no problem with TIMs being in the restroom? by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical
The US stalls aren't exactly see-through: they do not go from floor to ceiling, but only a very tall woman with heels on might be able to look over the walls.
You can look under the door, if you put your head almost to the floor, but women don't do that to other women.
US bathrooms also have cracks between the door and the front walls where the hinges and the lock are, and, while you can't get a perfect view of the inside unless you put your eye to the crack, you can kind of see what the person inside is doing.
I don't think that whoever designed US bathrooms ever came close to imagining that one day men would demand access to women's bathrooms under the guise that biological sex doesn't exist, so the designers probably thought they'd given women enough privacy.
I actually am less frightened in US bathrooms when they are actually sex-segregated than in the group cubicle bathrooms, because a man could push you in the cubicle and assault you with no one knowing, whereas in US bathrooms, other women who entered the main area would be able to see and help you.
The propaganda they are drilling into our kids - "Being a trans girl is like being a girl with freckles..." (Yeah, if a freckle was a PENIS) by BEB in GenderCritical
Me too, but the bathroom bills were a huge success in the US because the gender lobby spent enormous amounts of money on them.
Here is a long but exhaustively researched read on the gender lobby, that touches on the bathroom bills and their suspicious funding. Well worth the read if you want to understand how we got here:
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A much higher than normal % of the BBC staff identifies as transgender. I am not making this up, it was from a reputable source.
I wonder if these young women will ever switch sides? I know on r/gendercritical there were a lot of former vehement lib fems who woke up, so here's hoping.
Here's hoping for Hannah Gadsby too - she's certainly kicked feminism in the ovaries.
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Thank you! I was just wondering because I've seen at least three non-French GC feminist twitter accounts bring up free speech, the beheading in France and /or drawings of Mohammed and I couldn't figure out the connection.
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I think I'm a 6, but I could be an 8. Depends on the situation and how stubborn and or dumb the person I'm speaking with is, but yeah, sometimes I am all "I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME ROAR..."
I have no idea how it works in the UK but in the US, I've read from respectable sources that the puberty blocker Lupron cost more than $1000 a month.
And yes, IIRC, a "transitioned" person is on hormones for life.
Buck Angel doubles down - "You know this type of transgender hate is the reason why we can’t move forward. Respect gets respect. A transgender woman is a transgender woman." Respect gets respect?!?!? Hey Buck, Tell that to JK Rowling.
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What do these women think that drawings of the Islamic prophet Mohammed have to do with feminism?
I know a lot about the Charlie Hebdo controversy, as well as the Fleming Rose controversy - I am an agnostic myself and very much a fierce defender of free speech, but both of those were provocative acts designed to incite the Muslim world.
But, again, why did these feminists protest? I have racked my poor brain and have not found any links between pictures of the Islamic prophet Mohammed and feminism.
This is about the third or forth time in the past few days that I've seen attempts by GC feminists to link drawings of Mohammed (and the beheading of that poor man) with feminism and I'm baffled.
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I always wondered why politicians in countries with national healthcare were also doing the bidding of Trans, Inc., and now it's clear - Trans, Inc. are creating new pharma customers (kids transitioning) that the national healthcare will be forced to pay for.
It's not as lucrative as transitioning kids in countries like the US without national healthcare, but it still brings in the bucks for Big Pharma ghouls.
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Statistics from every country on Earth prove that men are vastly more violent than women, and then ask them "What is a woman? No circular definitions allowed"
But really, I wouldn't waste your time on TiMs. Concentrate on the majority of people, who aren't buying this bullshit. The fact that you, a gay man, aren't buying it either, gives normies the cover they need to pushback on trans' demands.
On Saturday, JUDITH BUTLER opened her big mouth yet again - Radio New Zealand interview about trans activists & TERFs (us!) w GC feminist rebuttal
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from medium.com
The UK DOES have a Big Pharma lobby! TiM-loving Lib Dems took 1.3 + million pounds from puberty blocker maker
Rate Yourself on the Terf Scale
Here name is Karin Litzcke. I wish she were running for US president. Well, not really, but I wish she were down here in the US raising hell and telling Trans, Inc., where to shove it.
BC Canada Libertarian candidate is our kind of gal! Come to the US, PLEASE! "Transgenderism is lunacy, & if you don't speak up, they'll keep teaching it to your kids & luring them to harm their body, while alienating them from you."Transphobia" =sanity."
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And that other category is usually gay men forced to live as women, or take some of women's traditional roles, by the society they live in.
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I meant that the gender lobby made a big deal about the bathrooms, as if that were the issue, when their true intent went well past bathrooms. And they fall back on bathrooms even now, to make women seem as if we're hysterical prudes for not wanting them in our spaces.
But here is my bottom line (this isn't addressed to you!!!! these are just my thoughts) we all have to accommodate others when we are in public. For instance, we can't go nude.
If TiMs want to dress as they wish, it's their responsibility to convince society, specifically other males, to accept them.
I am not a human shield for a man who wants to wear a dress, especially given that all he has to do is simply change his appearance and his "oppression" disappears.
tl;dr TiMs' bathroom needs are not my fucking problem.
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The article is from what used to be an Uber-Left US publication called THE NATION.
THE NATION, like so much Left-ish US media, is completely onboard the Trans Train, so whatever accuracy THE NATION once had might now be called into question, because of that.
Hey Biology is Real,
I posted a few things that you might find interesting. One is how the gender lobby worked on Latin America first and the other is an international group for Spanish-speaking feminists fighting gender ideology.
Please let me know if you can't find my posts.
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I can spot TiMs as soon as I see them (I spent a lot of times in countries where gay men are forced or semi-forced to transition rather than live as gay men)
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"Sexism in the Bathroom Debates: How Bathrooms Really Became Seperated by Sex"
Yale Law & Policy Review
Also do searches for the "urinary leash" - which is how lack of sex-segregated bathrooms literally kept women from leaving the house for more than a few hours and therefore out of the public sphere.
Transgender boy transitioning to life as girl changes his mind | 60 Minutes Australia by alttrawl in GenderCritical
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These are kids; kids change their minds. Hell, adults change their minds. This is just insanity.
Twitter bans user for “hateful conduct” over Tweet that said “Only females can get cervical cancer" by BEB in GenderCritical
GC feminists are now trying to get this hashtag trending on Twitter. If you're on Twitter please help out.
BBC Woman's Hour warns listeners that 3 women's rights groups "are groups that some people have described...as transphobic”." The BBC thinks we need to be warned that some people think that women's rights are transphobic-you might want to stay away from those nasty women transphobes...
Lupron (a "harmless" "reversible") Puberty Blocker - Side Effects - WOW
OMG - claim "According to MtF forums, many (TiMs) have no dysphoria but express keen interest in retaining male genitalia WHILE ALSO HAVING A "VAGINA"'
People don't know that it goes well beyond bathrooms, and that ignorance is deliberate. The gender lobby deliberately works in the dark because they know that people would reject these laws if they knew.
There's an expose on the gender lobby's deliberate stealth, have you seen it?
The intersectional trifecta! Article: "The First Drag Queen Was A Former Slave"
1 month ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from thenation.com