What are the things about being a women men can never grasp by midgetmetalhead19 in GenderCritical
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Had a convo with my BF the other day. He said he just recently realized all the little things women do to stay safe in the world, how we navigate the world to avoid harassment and violence.
I know you guys probably aren’t keen on the Left anymore, but believe me, as a commie this trans idpol crap is depressing by JoeDzhugashvili in GenderCritical
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Very liberal here. In no way shape or form conservative. It sucks people may assume we’re right wingers because we disagree with aspects of the trans movement.
We've reached peak crazy. by [deleted] in GenderCritical
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It’s the personality disorder.
Woman is concerned that she isn't tight enough for her new partner and worries that a blow job every other day isn't enough by JoanofArc5 in GenderCritical
Honestly these kinds of posts remind me of the sex callers we would get on the crisis hotline I worked at years ago. Creepers would call in with some crazy scenario “I don’t know what to do because my son keeps stealing my douches, etc,” and it’s clearly a man pretending to be a woman and getting off on me or another worker trying to help.
Intersectionalism is the worst thing to happen to feminism. by medium_tomato in GenderCritical
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I think the specific problem of white women and feminism may not apply to your cultural experience. In the US it’s a very big deal. Black women were systematically excluded from the US suffragette movement, for example.
Feminism is for women, and we would be ridiculous to conclude that the experiences that impact women of different races or cultures are not relevant. They are relevant. There’s billions of women in this world who are not white, and their voices should be heard and we should make space for that. No one is free unless we all are.
The creepy GenderCynical dudes are on saidit now... by [deleted] in GenderCritical
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They will specifically and methodically colonize any space we move to.
"Why Won't Woke Boys Pay For Sex?" - A fascinating look into the minds of two TiM sex workers by SeasideLimbs in GenderCritical
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This is exactly how I read it. The writer feels entitled to have someone pay for it.
hide your uterus ladies, men your testies are 100% safe by Eurowoman24 in GenderCritical
The differences in their early socialization as males or females is what leads to this. The behavior smacks of male privilege. Women never had or have that, so they don’t carry it forward when the transition
Nearly 30% of men say progress toward gender equality has come at their expense, according to new report by questioningtw in GenderCritical
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Men suffer from the patriarchy too. They need to dismantle it from within. It’s not women’s fault that increasing our access to rights makes men feel as though they somehow have less.
Mom writes about having a trans child, whole article has a /thathappened vibe by Badmammajamma in GenderCritical
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I went to the original Star Wars movies with my dad when I was a child. I was super into ET. I love alien movies. Guess I must secretly be a man then.
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Also, it’s so annoying that clothes preferences are somehow proof of a person’s gender. I have regularly worn men’s clothes until my hips and ass got too big to do so. I wear men’s shoes still. I have never once wanted to be a guy. It’s so fucking stupid that children are receiving this diagnosis because they don’t/do want to wear pink. How would we know if a child was trans without the color pink? Because I see far too much of this argument: a girl doesn’t like pink, so she’s a boy. A boy does like pink so he’s a girl. This is 1st grade logic if I ever heard it.
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Her language strikes me as someone who has a personality disorder. I think there are kids out there who are suffering from a form of medical child abuse by parents who push for this. I think there’s more Munchausen by Proxy/factitious disorder with kids who are transitioning at young ages than people may realize.
Mom writes about having a trans child, whole article has a /thathappened vibe
2 years ago by Badmammajamma to /s/GenderCritical from (parents.com)
I think the trans cult takes advantage of autistic people by RoundFrog in GenderCritical
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I’ve worked with ASD folks in therapy, and many of them have said they take things at face value, they don’t see the hidden motives behind what people are trying to do. They can’t imagine why someone would appear helpful yet harbor a secret agenda to actually be harmful. I don’t know if that’s true for you, but for the folks I’ve known it has caused them to get into terrible relationship and other social situations.
How the Transgender Movement Affected Me as a Preteen by SillyGoose in GenderCritical
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Thank you for sharing your story. It’s important to have voices like yours telling about these experiences. Teenagerhood is a time of exploring your identity, and not everything you think you are one day will be the same the next. I’m glad you took time to explore and think about these things before taking actions. And now you’ll have the knowledge going forward to ask critical thinking questions about why people are so invested in getting you to do something in the future.
What r/egg_irl and related subreddits did to me as a young person with mental health issues. by LoganBlade in GenderCritical
Good for you for going to therapy, and not one who would immediately affirm you. Therapy should challenge a person, and if it’s easy all the time with simple solutions to complex issues — it’s not actually therapy. As a result, you won’t have to suffer the emotional and physical problems hormones and surgeries cause. I hope everything in your life is smoother sailing going forward!
Trans homicide epidemic is a false narrative. by koonay in GenderCritical
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This right here is proof they aren’t women: they are still getting male privilege by being mentioned above/more than black natal women.
Change.org believes that rape victims are discriminating against transgender women by believing that they were raped because they were born female by its1342 in GenderCritical
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I’m beginning to think that somehow the TRA are actually alt righters who are trolling us all. Every day it is more and more insane to think somehow these ideas are within leftist politics.
Many bisexuals I know (including myself) are willing to date trans people. So why pressure gays and lesbians? by dandeliondynasty in GenderCritical
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Mental health professional here — you are right ion with the cluster B personality disorders.
[Serious] Why can people almost always tell someone's sex? by GCSeedling in GenderCritical
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I took a human evolution and biology class in college years ago and we had to identify the sex of human bones. If a skull had brow ridges, it was male. Human men still have those heavier brow ridges.
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It’s biology. You can’t change how women and men walk, for instance. You can practice, but the reality is women tend to have larger hips and walk differently. Women don’t have heavy brow ridges that men have. Hands and feet and height are typically smaller overall. And mannerisms and speech patterns. Women move, gesture, and speak differently than men do. Putting all of that together, your brain reads this person as female.
Those who were banned elsewhere: What were you banned for? Share your censored viewpoint(s) here. by [deleted] in AskSaidIt
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I personally was not censored but a sub I subscribe to was - GenderCritical. I have concerns about children being allowed or encouraged to medically transition. I have concerns particularly about tween and teen girls feeling estranged from feeling like women because being a woman is has somehow become very narrow - super feminine, super into looks, makeup, fillers, Instagram, etc, and thus decide they must be a boy and start binding and developing a Dysphoria that wouldn’t exist otherwise. I have concerns that women and lesbians are told voices and experiences are not relevant, that only the oppression of trans people matters and not the oppression of women. I don’t like being told I can’t use the word uterus or that breastfeeding triggers someone else’s Dysphoria and thus women should not discuss their experiences and relations to their own bodies because of someone’s feelings.
I’m exceptionally liberal. I have dated trans people. I have been involved in the queer community. I lived in hyper liberal places, and it concerns me that these very very liberal folks are demanding censorship to preserve their feelings. I am a mental health counselor and quite frankly, Dysphoria is a personal problem. I believe that trans rights should be protected because I believe in equal rights for all human beings. I respect pronouns, I don’t care if you want to change your body to live as you see yourself, provided you are an adult. But I do not believe I should be told I cannot discuss my own bodily or lived experience because it makes someone feel “triggered.” I believe women have the right to have spaces for women who were born and socialized as women from in utero.
A TiM Has Now Made It Into the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. by carmellakimara in GenderCritical
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I agree. If men want to objectify feminized versions of themselves, have at it.
We are just like mass shooters apparently...? by Fortiquen in GenderCritical
More likely a TRA will shoot up a woman’s space.
Oh no! They're on to us by RuminatingOracle in GenderCritical
I don’t give a shit what caitlyn Jenner or any of the other jenners wear, guess I’m a bigot 😂
Radical feminism is failing because it’s too racist by [deleted] in GenderCritical
Feminism does have a white privilege problem. It is as old as the movement of feminism itself. Not that all feminists are racists, but that white folks benefit from the systemic racism that exists in the world and which we may perpetuate without even knowing it.
Whether OP is a troll or not, I think acknowledging a WOC’s POV that they experience racism within the movement is important.
Just discovered the ban by Badmammajamma in GenderCritical
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It’s all revolting honestly
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It was a women’s group on Facebook. Not GC page specifically, but started off by saying the group needed to be more aware of language around periods, pregnancy, etc. As in we can’t offend people by saying women have periods because that’s not inclusive of transfolks.
Just discovered the ban
2 years ago by Badmammajamma to /s/GenderCritical from (self.GenderCritical)