Stonewall's influence on BBC and Ofcom revealed by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Everyone with a TV who watched broadcast TV has to have a TV licence. The flip side is the BBC doesn’t have adverts and can produce shows that commercial broadcasters wouldn’t.

Nolan Investigates Stonewall Now Available Outside of UK by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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If you head to the BBC Sounds page/app geo-blocking has been removed.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/brand/p09yjmph

Stonewall's influence on BBC and Ofcom revealed by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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For our non-UK members.

The BBC is funded by a licence fee levied on every household that owns a TV (£159) a year, the BBC is set up to be independent of Government and has a Royal Charter that is supposed to guarantee its editorial independence and impartiality.

OFCOM is the UK independent regulator of TV services, telecommunications and radio and among other things is supposed to make sure that public service broadcasters like the BBC maintain impartiality and that the BBC specifically adheres to the requirements of its Royal Charter - it answers to Parliament.

Stonewall successfully infiltrated the BBC, its regulator OFCOM, Parliament who is the regulator of OFCOM, the political parties who are elected to parliament and the UK Civil Service who are the body that carries out the policy implementations under the direction of HM Government.

2 + 2 = 5 by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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Thanks!

BBC Sounds Nolan Investigates Podcast - Stonewall by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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I’m listening to it now, it excellent and listening to the owner of Pink News struggle with stuff like explaining what Two Spirit and Gender Queer actually mean is hilarious.

I am a woman. I am a lesbian. I have a penis… by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Rule 4 - please adjust and contact mods via the message the moderator link so we can reapprove and/or provide further context.

Thanks.

2 + 2 = 5 by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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That's nice dear.

Now move on.

2 + 2 = 5 by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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I'm homosexual, I'm a mod, and I fully support her actions.

Coming to terms with needing to be every letter in the Alphabet Community by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I felt my IQ drop while reading that.

The Court of Appeal has overturned Kiera Bell's ruling by HelloMomo in LGBDropTheT

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This was always going to end up at the supreme court.

It's not hard... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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That was originally twote by Twitter user @lungbarrow1 and then put on a banner by @HumanGayMale.

Professional Judy: “Charities like Mermaids and Stonewall have used our well established organisations as a Trojan horse to push a deeply homophobic ideology.” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Like all religious dogmas, a lot of time and money is spent fighting the infidels, heretics and sinners. Take for example Stonewall’s further fall from grace as it teams up with other former LGB rights charities, and Mermaids, to challenge the Charity Commission’s decision to grant LGB Alliance’s charitable status on the basis that LGB Alliance seeks to in the words of (Jewish woman) Bev Jackson: “Challenge the dominance of those who promote the damaging theory of gender identity.” This aim is hardly something LGB Alliance has sought to keep secret. It’s something that’s been very clearly laid out on their website since it was launched.

https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/06/professional-judy-charities-like-mermaids-and-stonewall-have-dined-out-on-the-backs-of-lgb-people-and-have-used-our-well-established-organisations-as-a-trojan-horse-to-push-a-deeply-homophob/

LGB Alliance “have confidence in the Charity Commission” and Announce Trustees. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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The new trustees are:

  • TV executive Eileen Gallagher OBE, Founder and former CEO of Shed Media Group which was responsible for Bad Girls and Footballers’ Wives;

  • Strategy consultant Conrad Roeber who was the primary author of IPSO’s recent report into the treatment of transgender-related issues by the UK press;

  • Kathleen Stock OBE who is Professor of Philosophy at Sussex University and author of recently published Material Girls;

  • Robert Wintemute, Professor of Human Rights Law at King’s College London and a signatory of the 2007 Yogyakarta Principles (but who is now critical of Principles 3 and 31)

  • Lord Young of Norwood Green, a Labour Party life peer who was former General Secretary of the National Communications Union and a former Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills and later at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.

Kate Harris told Lesbian and Gay News: “Our new trustees will help accelerate our plans to fill the void that has been left. In particular we need to offer services for young LGB people where there are none today.

Does anyone else here worry about this? by helloolleh in LGBDropTheT

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It sounds like you're going through the process of coming to terms with yourself as you are, I used to worry about that stuff when I was coming out but I don't anymore.

I am who and what I am, and I feel at ease and at peace with that. You'll get there yourself, but the journey is yours.

I'm a girlfag because... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Removed for bringing down the pyramid of debate.

Saying the quiet part loud: Gender ideologues and mainstream LGBT organisations are now being openly homophobic by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

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Removed for bringing down the pyramid of debate.

Sunday Social - open chat! by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

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I'm really getting a kick out of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, so much love and care has gone into it.

Liz Truss confirms conversion therapy ban and consultation on “protecting the medical profession and defending freedom of speech” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Today the Minister for Women and Equalities, Liz Truss MP, confirmed that legislation will be drawn up that will put an end to the practice of conversion therapy, reports Jo Bartosch. The conversion therapy ban was first announced in this morning’s Queen’s Speech. Truss said:

“As a global leader on LGBT rights, this government has always been committed to stamping out the practice of ‘conversion’ therapy.”

More on link.

Today’s Prides are “spitting in the faces of the brave men and women who marched for our rights at a time when Pride marches still had value, purpose and relevance. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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These days Pride marches appear to be more about having a massive piss up with some of the most cringeworthy and shame inducing people I have ever seen. They seem to be more attended by straight people bringing their children to view what has become a modern day freak show of people in full gimp gear, pup fetishists, furries, and ‘queers’ whose only oppression seems to be their neon green hair and pierced tongues, and that they’re going to have to wait until they are 25 before they can access the trust fund. Perhaps when they do their first purchase might be a bar of soap and a couple of bottles of Domestos?

More on link.

The Mess We're In Ep. #49: LGB Alliance by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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A good interview that details some of the longer-term strategies and goals of the Alliance now that they have charitable status.

There's ANOTHER abusive male at Reddit (Bardfinn) - The Glinner Update by usehername in LGBDropTheT

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This isn't for this sub. We've personally been following the drama very closely, including the source.

Seeking: sane LGB friends in New York City. Pm me by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Please be careful when deciding to meet people off the internet in real life.

Think,

Do you really know this person?

Are they being genuine about who they are?

Should I give identifiable information about myself before I’ve met this person in real life, including addresses?

Speak to this person on the phone before meeting, get a feel for who they are.

Consider what their motivations might be for wanting to meet?

Never meet someone anywhere but a busy public location for the few few times you meet.

Do not go back to their place, do not invite them to yours until you have met a few times.

Always tell friends and family where you’re going, the name of who you’re going to meet, where you made contact with them initially, and how long you’re going to be. Give them the phone number/contact details of who you’re going to meet.

Always have a back up plan in case you need to leave quickly.

If you don’t feel comfortable for any reason when you meet, leave.

Stay in a public area, resist the temptation to “go somewhere more private”.

Google them, look at their social media, see if they check out with what they’re telling you.

A gay man goes home with a woman... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Removed, duplicate.

Obituary: The rainbow flag, previously a symbol of hope of the lesbian and gay civil rights movement, died in 2020 at the age of 42 by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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"The good gays who now claim that flag as their own are the ones that have bought into the strict ideology that is working against the interests of same sex attracted men and women. They are the ones that will post historical revisionism that erases lesbians from the Stonewall riots and replaces them with a transwoman who according to his own account was neither trans and was not there. The good gays circle the bad gays and punish them, call them names, and threaten them with rape or violence simply because we will not be gaslit into sleeping with the opposite sex. Yes, we have the receipts, and the lesbians have been complaining about this for years."

More on Link.

In praise of the LGB Alliance | The Spectator by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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nce upon a time an organisation was established to campaign for gay and lesbian rights. They faced opposition from the outset. They were widely condemned, even called out as a hate group when they talked about same-sex attraction. When they sought charitable status, a petition was launched, urging the Charities Commission to reject the application. Tens of thousands of people signed it.

But this was not the dark days of the 1980s, when Section 28 stopped councils and schools 'promoting the teaching of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship'. This is now.

More on Link

LGB Alliance is granted charitable status. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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I am involved with LGB Alliance and meet with them regularly, are you accusing me of being a paedophile?

LGB Alliance is granted charitable status. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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At midday today it was announced by the Charity Commission that the LGB Alliance had been granted charitable status following a rigorous, investigative process. The 4,000+ word report accompanying the announcement made it clear that a number of objections were raised, all of which were comprehensively considered before being dismissed. This has left a number of politicians and minor celebrities looking rather silly.

The Charity Commission “concluded that the purposes of LGB Alliance, as properly construed in accordance with the legal framework, are charitable and beneficial.” This is at odds with the ‘sinister’ ‘hate group’ described by John Nicolson MP, a politician who alongside Baroness Barker urged the BBC not to offer a platform to the LGB Alliance. Nicolson and Barker are not the only politicians sheltering behind parliamentary privilege, Kirsty Blackman MP and Jamie Stone MP have also smeared the LGB Alliance as hateful and transphobic.

More on the link.

r/askgaybros - Should Gay Men (aka natal males who are exclusively same sex attracted) be entitled to spaces just for them without hassle, harassment,or hate? by Criticallacitirc in LGBDropTheT

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I did enjoy posting that thread, just to stir the pot!

Lauren Black: “I am a butch lesbian. I live with gender dysphoria. I do not believe my deep discomfort with my female body means that I should take steps to change it.” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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I am a butch lesbian. I live with gender dysphoria. This is the condition which, according to mental health professionals, means I am transgender. However, I do not define as transgender. I do not want to take hormones or have surgeries. I do not accept that it is possible to live “as a man”, without believing in old fashioned gender stereotypes. I do not believe my deep discomfort with my female body means that I should take steps to change it. This is my story.

In many respects, I live “as a man,” if you want to put it like that. I don’t want to put it like that, which is part of the problem I face. But I work in a warehouse. I shop in the men’s department. I have a wife and children, who I work to support. I am at ease in the company of men. My hobbies include turning wood, and fixing things. If I could click my fingers and be rid of my womb and my breasts, and not face lifelong medicalisation, I probably would. I have regularly felt, like Lady Macbeth, “unsex me here.” I am often “misgendered.” People call me “lad” or “sir,” until they hear my voice. It bothers me not at all.

More on [link](Lauren Black: “I am a butch lesbian. I live with gender dysphoria. I do not believe my deep discomfort with my female body means that I should take steps to change it.”)

Simon Edge: “If I, or anyone else on Galop’s blocklist, were the target of homophobic violence, would the service come to our aid?” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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A friend of mine has been to hell and back in the past couple of years, after falling foul of homophobic neighbours. He taped all the abuse and kept a journal of the harassment, but the police made it clear he was on his own unless he was beaten up or burned out of his house.

He was contemplating suicide when a miracle happened, in the shape of Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity. Thanks to the latter’s intervention, the family were evicted and the main abuser was charged and successfully prosecuted. My friend has his life back and he can’t praise Galop highly enough.

The name, short for Gay London Police Monitoring Group, was a blast from the past for me. The group was founded in 1982, in the days of ‘pretty policing’, when good-looking young officers were used to entrap gay men. By the mid-1990s, when I worked for the London paper Capital Gay, that practice had largely ended, but it left a deep legacy of distrust. Victims of queerbashing at cruising areas were often frightened to go to the police, since outdoor gay sex was illegal and they feared they’d be criminalised, like rape victims in Saudi Arabia who end up getting flogged for adultery. Galop was a vital intermediary.

More on link

Arkansas passes bill protecting children from puberty blockers, cross sex hormones and surgery - Lesbian and Gay News. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Finally, it seems states in the US are waking up to the horror of medicating children with gender dysphoria, writes Jo Bartosch. Last week Arkansas became the first state to pass a bill protecting children from puberty blockers, cross sex hormones and surgery. Sixteen other states are reportedly considering similar action.

Republican State Governor Asa Hutchinson attempted to veto the bill, but this was decisively and immediately overturned by the state legislature.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/04/arkansas-passes-bill-protecting-children-from-puberty-blockers-cross-sex-hormones-and-surgery/

The UN, ILGA, Stonewall and the Women’s Caucus: Jo Bartosch investigates calls for the removal of laws prohibiting sex with or between adolescents - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Yesterday, Stonewall Scotland took to Twitter to deny that they support the lowering of the age of consent. The accusation was prompted by the discovery of a shadowy conference paper which appears to open the door to child abuse. The document was signed and promoted by ILGA World, an international organisation of which Stonewall Scotland are members.

Supporters of Stonewall Scotland have suggested this is a cynical attempt to link LGBT groups with paedophilia; a modern manifestation of the smear that gay men are more likely to abuse children. But underscoring claims and counter claims is a morally repugnant document that has been promoted internationally by well-funded bodies with links across the world.

More on the link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/04/the-un-ilga-stonewall-and-the-womens-caucus-jo-bartosch-investigates-calls-for-the-removal-of-laws-prohibiting-sex-with-or-between-adolescents/

Recognize and acknowledge... by censorshipment in LGBDropTheT

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This isn’t really relevant for this sub.

Professional Judy on a loss of space: “Our sexual orientation and our experience as gay men is not a costume you can put on or take off at will.” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Transmen, as we know, are female and they do not have the same commonality of experiences as gay men do. They will never know what is it’s like to be a man who is exclusively attracted to members of the same sex. Heterosexual or bisexual females, which is the category that transmen themselves fall into, do not have the same experiences as us. Our sexual orientation and our experience as gay men is not a costume you can put on or take off at will, and while my heart genuinely goes out to transmen and their personal struggles, as gay men we have absolutely no reason to give up our spaces and nor does anyone have the right to pressurise, harass, gaslight, or guilt trip us into doing so.

https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/04/professional-judy-on-a-loss-of-space-our-sexual-orientation-and-our-experience-as-gay-men-is-not-a-costume-you-can-put-on-or-take-off-at-will/

Feelings about large age gaps in same sex relationships by lovelyspearmint in LGBDropTheT

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Keep it civil.

AHS do know they literally can’t touch us, right? by Smolders1 in LGBDropTheT

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Don't worry. They're not going to get a foothold on Saidit and they have their hands full targeting AGB with kiddie porn and in the process peaking even more gay men.

The powers that be here wouldn't stand for their crap for one moment.

What's your political alignment? by milknciggies in LGBDropTheT

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Left-wing Social Democrat, more or less.

Something rotten at the heart of Preddit by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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We've done this to death now.

The joy of lesbian sex by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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No. Any further talk of harm to others, even if it's just in jest, and you'll be facing a ban.

Professional Judy: “We are living in a demented time where reason and rationality have left the room” by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Ordinarily, I don’t agree with writer Douglas Murray on many things but he does have at least one aspect right; we really are living in a demented time where reason and rationality have left the room. It should be simple enough in 2021 to talk about gay men and know people will understand what is meant by the words, particularly after 60+ years of LGB activism.

More on Link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/46117/

#LesbianMeToo: The lesbian victims of sexual violence will now be heard, reports Jo Bartosch by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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There’s a myth within the mainstream heterosexual world, that somehow lesbians are tougher than other women, that as women free from men lesbians won’t be victims of sexual violence. This is, of course, a lie. A new website, Lesbian Me Too has been launched to redress this cultural blind-spot. It provides a platform for lesbians who have hitherto been pushed to the margins of the #MeToo movement, as Jo Bartosch reports.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/lesbianmetoo-the-lesbian-victims-of-sexual-violence-will-now-be-heard-reports-jo-bartosch/

Julie Bindel: United we stand by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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I have long argued that the relationship between lesbians and gay men is a bit like that of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. We fall out, disagree, and eventually get back together again when we realise we need each other.

And right now, we need each other. Lesbians have become the targets of extreme misogyny in the guise of progressiveness, and gay men are starting to speak up in our defence, which, in turn, puts them in the firing line. As well as this, our movement is morphing into an Alphabetti Spaghetti of identities that is more focussed on narcissistic personalities than politics.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/julie-bindel-united-we-stand/

Gareth Roberts: How younger gay men are LARPing the lives of their forebears. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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It was 1993. I dropped in to see a friend, and on the wall of his typically disordered student bedroom was a poster against homophobia. Women kissing women, men kissing men. Standard stuff, you might think. But one detail flipped my mind. At the bottom was the legend ‘This campaign is supported by BBC Radio 1’.

This was a positive, welcome move. Just a few years earlier one of the station’s top DJs had been cracking AIDS gags. Radio 1, at least in the daytime, had tried (and sometimes succeeded) to ignore and exile to the margins any musical act that was a bit too gay. Now they were on board.

Gareth Roberts is best known in the UK for writing several episodes of Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and Coronation Street. He was and an early cancellation by the TQs because he tweeted wrongthink.

More on Link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/gareth-roberts-how-younger-gay-men-are-larping-the-lives-of-their-forebears-i-e-live-action-role-play/

Queer? by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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In the game of thrones of gay politics we have our own seat forged of weapons with many pretenders to it, the iron throne that is the word “queer” from which those with dubious claims to real homosexual lives can rule the seven kingdoms of victimhood and identity politics.

For many of us, the word “queer” was an integral part of the soundscape of real hatred that got us beaten up, sacked and bullied – for years we were “dirty/filthy queers” who had “queerboy” shouted at us as we anxiously left pubs in groups for safety. As words go, it’s a sharp blade, the wounds it leaves are messy lacerations that don’t heal neatly rather than clean surgical cuts. Strange it is then, that a word which was an essential piece of architecture of social hate is now contorted like an Escher staircase to nowhere where up is down, left is right and being “queer” is now desirable.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/dennis-kavanagh-queer/

Jo Bartosch reports on last night’s debate on conversion therapy in the House of Commons – and is left angry and disappointed by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Jo Bartosch watched MPs debate conversion therapy in the House of Commons’ Westminster Hall last night – and was left angry and disappointed by their failure to address the social and medical transition of children and young people as a form of conversion therapy.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/jo-bartosch-reports-on-last-nights-debate-on-conversion-therapy-in-the-house-of-commons-and-is-left-angry-and-disappointed/

Discussion: What's most important to share with straight allies? | Update: LGB subreddits getting banned from Reddit, one by one. by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

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I posted this on response to a “it’s all 4chan waaaaaa” post in the superstraight subreddit.

This has been debunked so many times that it’s just pathetic that you’re continuing with it.

4chan are trolls and they claim responsibility for nearly everything and try to claim nearly everything is a Nazi plot and weak not to bright people like you fall for it.

Why not address the issue that lots of people, straight, gay or bi, are sick of being sexually coerced by people enthralled by the gender identity pseudoscience?

Our sexual orientations are not hate, and are not dictated by your (unknown to us) internal sense of ID.

If you ban this sub and try to silence this the issue that created it won’t go away, it’ll just fester, become bigger and more extreme, and then comeback.

The TQ need to start listening to what the LGB and now the S are saying.

Knock it the fuck off, it’s over. We’ve said no.

What do you think it will happen to TRAs due to SuperStraight movement? by oofreesouloo in LGBDropTheT

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While SuperStraight is interesting we do need to keep our posts on it here about how it relates to LGB.

Professional Judy: Straight talking from the super straights on biological sex - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Instead of taking note and listening to what is being said, LGBTplc pushed back and instantly went on the attack. Perhaps it is because they feel like they must stamp this out because deep down in the back of their heads they might be starting to realise that they have pushed this too far with the wrong group of people. Maybe they realise that if they let this one go, they might not be able to gaslight and coerce the straights in quite the same way that they have been doing to LGB people?

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/professional-judy-straight-talking-from-the-super-straights-on-biological-sex/

International Women's Day interview with US lesbian legend Miriam Ben-Shalom by Jo Bartosch - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Miriam Ben-Shalom is the first openly lesbian service member to be reinstated by the U.S. Army after she was discharged in 1976 for being gay. For International Women’s Day this Monday, Jo Bartosch spoke to Ben-Shalom about her military career and her campaigning for the rights of women and girls.

More on Link https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/miriam-ben-shalom-the-first-openly-lesbian-service-member-to-be-reinstated-by-the-us-army-after-being-discharged-in-1976/

Full text of Stonewall complaint and response released in lesbian barrister Allison Bailey's case - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Barrister Allison Bailey has released the full text of a complaint made by Stonewall against her and her response to it, writes legal commentator Dennis Kavanagh.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/full-text-of-stonewall-complaint-and-response-released-in-lesbian-barrister-allison-baileys-case/

When you come for SuperStraight men and don't learn your lesson. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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While SuperStraight is fun, and I'm having great fun with it on Twitter, we do need to keep our posts on it here about how it relates to LGB.

TRAs: 'We're so fwagile and opwessed uwu'. Also TRAs: -threatens the mom of the SuperStraight tiktok creator- by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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While this is terrible it's not really on topic for the sub and doesn't really need its own thread. Superstraight is funny, and I'm having a lot of fun with it on Twitter but we do need to keep to Rule 2 for new threads.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 'trans kids are awesome' (so are gay kids, AOC, the ones you want so desperately to transition) by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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This has been removed for Rule 4 - please contact the mods using the message the mods link that is located on the sidebar for more information.

A teacher writes on why we must include lesbian and gay history in our schools - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Kat Howard is a history teacher in a secondary school. Here she writes about her recent experiences in diversifying her school curriculum to include overt gay and lesbian history including an accurate account of the Stonewall Riots and the Lavender Menace protests. Kat explains why lesbian and gay historical representation in education matters.

More in link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/03/a-teacher-writes-on-why-we-must-include-lesbian-and-gay-history-in-our-schools/

How they hate the fact that he hits the nail on the head by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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They man who lost his penis in a horrific accident is still a man.

Author Philip Dundas on his debut novel 'Daniel, at Sea' in which a 77 year old gay professor looks back on his life - Lesbian and Gay News by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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Daniel at Sea is your first novel. Can you tell us how the story came about?

It’s hard to say when the first idea for this book came to me; it’s more like an accumulation of thoughts and ideas gathered over the years, collecting in my mind, and sometimes getting mixed up with other stories. The characters came from my imagination, although my shrink would definitely argue that these are idealised forms from my subconscious.

More on link: https://lesbianandgaynews.com/2021/01/author-philip-dundas-on-his-debut-novel-daniel-at-sea-in-which-a-77-year-old-gay-professor-looks-back-on-his-life/