It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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Well I was not presuming to give you extra work.

I don't assume anyone is giving me any work nor do I expect people to give me work. I just do what I want. I was really talking about accessing the site in general to get both new and old material. An archived link isn't going to have new material.

It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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I don't even need a script. It's easy. Just troublesome for something so trivial.

To the Gamers of Gender Critical, What do you think of the character Bayonetta? by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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I did like that they had her in her dress when in her mansion because it was a neat reference to the portrait of her from Soul Calibur 2 and Soul Calibur 3.

I thought it was cool they had her in a dress and they remembered that she does wear a dress like in SCII (well I hope they remembered, it would be disappointing if that was just a decision they made for storytelling reasons), but I wished they put her in a period dress, something that fits the era and her status as an aristocrat (she would look so lovely). I'm not asking for Project Soul to be 100% historically accurate, but at least put Ivy in a nice aristocratic dress that seems to befit the time period.

she wasn't in complete danger considering her sword was a powerful weapon that could do all sorts of tricks to protect herself based on her moveset.

I'm never worried about Ivy, she's too tough to be messed with. When I watched the storyline of SCVI, I imagined the climate of the period and location setting, I imagined feeling cold, but hey, whatever helps her use her weapon and minimise utting her clothing at the same time (my personal joke explanation of why she wears scanty dominatrix outfits).

And yeah Talim's look in SC4 was especially alarming upon further inspection. When I first played the game back when I was a teenager, I didn't notice that Talim's pants were translucent until I went back to the game and took a closer look at the character outfits in that game. Needless to say, I was super shocked that they did that because not only was it inappropriate considering her age, it really did ruin what could've been a cute look for her. Honestly she's always had some very odd looks. I like Talim but it's very unnerving some of the undertones her character leans into.

I don't blame you for not noticing initially, in the gameplay the translucent fabric of her pants are less noticeable. If you look at the official art, you'll notice it right away. Her SCVI default costume is pretty disturbing, she wears a bra that looks more like some straps criss crossed on her chest and her shorts are very open on the sides (I think you can see the sides of her butt cheek in her character trailer). That could've been her best costume, had they not tried to make it so revealing.

https://imgur.com/a/ESEDp1U

(I screenshot this from her character trailer)

When I saw her SCIV outfit, I thought she looked more like a priestess and thought "finally, someone who looks like she fits her title or job", but then when I noticed the translucent pants, I was very disappointed. It was also disappointing that they would sexualise a child (the same could be said for Amy, but she was less severe to me). That could've been her best outfit out of the series, and then they ruined it to make it look more fantasy and eye candy.

Honestly she's always had some very odd looks.

To me, everyone had unique looks to them, (though there were some that had some normal looks like Mitsurugi, Taki, Sophitia, Yun-Seong). If there was anyone that looked the most odd, it was Voldo, I think most of the players would be wondering if he's even human (he is, but he doesn't sound or move like one). Talim had so much potential, and then they wasted her design. To me her SCII first costume would always be the best (I wish they made her tube top larger and cover more of her chest, and made the waist band of her pants reach her waist, not stop at her hips). I would have gone for the SCIII, but the front dark blue part of the costume ruined it (I'm not a fan of her hairstyle, but it's the outfit I'm focusing on). That's the most conservative and decent costume they have for her and they ruined it by making it look like a hybrid two-piece and one-piece outfit. I know they don't suck at fashion design. It's pretty evident in the series, look how they designed SCII Raphael's default outfit, I know they could have done better than that for Talim for SCIII.

Speaking of Raphael, I think they really ruined him in the later games. For me SCII Raphael had the best voice actor and best costume (I personally think all of the SCII voice actors were the best in the series, I just don't feel the next voice actors capture their characters for various reasons). Then for SCIII, they made him a vampire with an overrated one side lock of hair, with the rest gelled back, as if like they were trying to make him look aristocratic and fancy, but the entire thing looks bland and like an attempt at a vampire cliche (that green coat dors not make sense, also it's tacky). Come SCIV, common sense hit them that they should have kept his hair style and make his outfits actually look gothic and they continued this theme for SCV and I appreciated how they didn't ruin his design so much.

For SCVI, I have a feeling they really wanted to take the aristocratic design to eleven, it looked so ridiculous to me. They gave him a off-shoulder cape and a pair of glasses (or mask), thigh high fancy boots with frills and gloves with frills. I feel if they tone back the fanciness, he would look less like someone dressed up to perform Shakespeare and more like an aristocrat, living in the same period as Shakespeare (which he was).

Removing the glasses and changing the boots to leather boots and the gaunlets to simple black ones might work, his shirt and pants can stay the same.

Really though, I always felt that her 2-Player outfit from SC3 because I felt it looked more "Warrior-esq" (relatively) that was both stylish but also somewhat serious.

I think I like her navy captain style more from SCII, even though she does not look good in it, I like the outfit though (I seem to find most of the outfits from that game the most attractive out of the Soul Series). SCIII second outfit gives off the American Wild West feels to me (I think it's the hat). I think the silver parts on her costume add unnecessary bulk to the aesthetics, also I think they should've went with a purple colour palette, it looks a bit too pink. I think it might look better if they put some silver or gold ornate details instead of metal bulk, change the colour of the outfit to a more darker purple palette, make the hat a top hat with a small veil in front with roses pinned to it (maybe) or remove the hat altogether. They were so close and yet so far with this design (why do they keep doing this to me?)

Out of curiosity, who are your favourite characters in the soul series? Who do you main? Which character outfit did you think is the best and which one is the worst?

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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I already did that. A sign of a strong character is being able to conform to a group with opposing personality or beliefs whilst still maintaining integrity of your own character.

To the Gamers of Gender Critical, What do you think of the character Bayonetta? by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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Ivy's avatar in Soul Calibur 6 was interesting. In Soul Calibur 6 you can tell what the characters are wearing by looking at their avatars in the story mode. When Ivy is indoors, she wears a dress, but when she's outdoors, she wears her dominatrix outfit, which would be deemed inappropriate (even by today's standards), I sometimes jokingly wonder if it's because the inside of the mansion is colder than outside. I honestly thought she would be wearing her doninatrix outfit inside the mansion too. Talim's Soul Calibur 4 costume was a bit weird to me, she's a minor that might as well be wearing a bikini bottom. I don't have issues with teenage girls wearing bikinis in general, but it seems her costume 4 design looks like a way to show some extra skin without actually showing it (they're translucent pants). Then it gets worse in Soul Calibur 6. No one wears high-hip bikini bottoms unless they're going to the beach and she's meant to be a priestess, some level of conservativity would be appreciated in her design. It's like they're trying to show as much of her skin as possible without crossing into "child pornography" territory. I was already aware that's what they're doing in Soul Calibur II, but it's so much worse in the latest games.

I suspect that they kept Talim out of Soul Calibur 5 because they probably didn't know how to write her. She has a weak motive compared to other character's for her adventures and her relationship with other characters is not as strong. Other than that, the team probably didn't want to introduce another character which fans would make them develop over and over again because they already have a large roster of characters to design, program and animate.

It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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Great, I have to put in the hardwork of creating a separate email address, with a VPN and join the group if I want more material to mock and laugh at...challenge accepted.

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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...until you need to get a job and keep that job because majority of employers and employees are backstabbing pussies.

It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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Imagine thinking that a text on your screen that says "You are a man" is the epitome of violence, how privileged and sheltered are these people

Meanwhile, in the exact same first world country where they reside and within the same socioeconomic bracket, there are children who are being physically abused at home and physically bullied at school and they're calling your lack of acknowledgement of their pronoun of the day "violence". They're too caught up in their own narcissistic, gender delusions to even know what is violence and to care about the issues in their own country. Instead, they want to brainwash all children into believing their delusion.

It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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I'm pretty glad they got trolls. The stuff they say has so much trolling potential, but considering how they're so sensitive, it might not even be that they get trolls, it's because they've seen us cross-post their absurd posts here and mocked them haha.

Why I will eventually say, "Adios" to GC feminist activism... by BEB in GenderCritical

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Anything related to criticism of gendered objects or ideas belongs here.

I know they belong here. I was just under the impression this sub is specifically about criticising the TRA movement. It makes a lot of sense if the issues OP wants to discuss appear in another sub.

Why I will eventually say, "Adios" to GC feminist activism... by BEB in GenderCritical

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This is the gendercritical forum. I honestly thought the main concern is the TRA movement and other issues are discussed on other forums.

Why I will eventually say, "Adios" to GC feminist activism... by BEB in GenderCritical

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I never thought that the fabulous, fierce women pushing back on gender ideology were naive or prone to fads

It's a mix, like any other movement. Though I honestly doubt majority of the gendercrotical population is here because they think it's trendy.

But can't these amazingly smart GC feminists figure out that the women of Iran have way bigger problems than being forced to wear fucking head scarves? US sanctions are crippling the lives, and often ending the lives, of ordinary Iranians. Females, as always, are disproportionately affected.

I honestly thought Gendercritical was specifically about the TRA movement, so it might not be that every gendercritical feminist has forgotten about the issues females in the third world face, it might be that it's just the scoping of the forums. Also, the new enemy that's closest to us in the first world has arrived as well, it decided to be "trans" and it's affecting the first world at a seemingly fast rate, so we're all instinctively concerned and unfortunately, we're forced to choose between focus on saving ourselves first or the people in the third world (just explaining the psychology).

It's almost as if intimately knowing a MTF leads to becoming a TERF by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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I maintained my boundaries but she didn't and now she posts Transphobic things on social media. She still talks to me but for her I'm an "exception". The funny part is she knew me when I was questioning my gender identity and she gave me my name. I don't feel safe around her anymore.

She's being a mature friend for crying out loud. This dumbass doesn't know he has a good friend who is willing to look past ideology just to keep the relationship with him. I use to be like her, but these days, I'm very intolerant and many people are like this too. Hell, I'm not surprised if people like her are a rarity now. OP doesn't know what he actually has. He should be grateful for people like her. People like her, don't deserve deluded narcissists like him, she deserves a friend who is as humble and tolerant as she.

It’s rude to stare at a woman’s penis - The Spectator World (satire) by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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Thanks (not kidding). I think it's fair to be wary of a male who can kidnap a female and take her to some other place in the changing room to sexually assault her. I don't want males to "accidentally" brush his dick against me as he puts his stuff on the bench to get dressed at the pool (it hasn't happened yet, but it's going to happen when the changing rooms get mote crowded and we let males into the female rooms). I've been in some of the changing rooms and sometimes, other females and I are right next to each other, drying ourselves and getting dressed, anything poking about will be pretty concerning (from a sexual harrassment and STI viewpoint). They need to know they're not welcome.

MUST READ - A Twitter thread on transgender erotica being sold by Amazon (these men are F-ing SICKOS) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Some of the description of the "eroticas", don't seem like eroticas to me, they seem more like someone detailing how they "transed" their child, which I find even more concerning (though, wording such as "he needs to be put in his place", bring some sort of hope that it's all fake and is an erotica, unfortunately wording like that does not restrict action), because it means it may have happened in real life. These authors must be investigated, they could be legit mothers who are trying to "trans" their children and they need to be stopped either through legal means or their communities outright telling them what they're doing is wrong and messed up. The genres of the novels aren't listed on any sites (even goodreads), which is very annoying (I suspect so it doesn't get flagged for child pornography).

Edit: Wording

I think there’s a lot more evidence linking transgenderism and raging narcissists by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I have seen those types on saidit too.

I think there’s a lot more evidence linking transgenderism and raging narcissists by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I've met a handful (well, only on reddit) that are quite skilled at rhetoric and sophistry. In my opinion that does signify some degree or type of intelligence; it also signifies above-average Dark Triad traits, of which narcissism is one.

There are cases of some people who are actually smart, and some people just happen to sound smart because they are taught specifically how to think in certain ways for a specific subject. A more objective measure of intelligence would be to see how one adapts to the situation. A person can be taught how to be skilled in rhetoric and sophistry (a.k.a convince people of bullshit), but they can also be utterly incompetent in arguing objectivity.

Considering that TRA arguments revolve around such a mundane subject which people don't actually study, I'd say they hit a weak point in society and they're not good at rhetoric and sophistry, because we can all see right through their bullshit without the need to do a lot of research.

I think there’s a lot more evidence linking transgenderism and raging narcissists by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I think you're getting "crazy" mixed up with "high IQ".

‘As A Transgender, Non-Binary Person, My Abortion Led To Gender Dysphoria’ by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I also demand to ban the word "transgender" and "non-binary", because I'm such a sensitive little bitch and can't take words like a real mature adult/s.

If only they were self-aware.

The eternal delusion by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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It also doesn't help that the TRA movement basically exists to provide cover for autogynephiles

It doesn't exist to "provide cover for" autogynephiles. What the TRA movement exist for is to provide another platform for a bunch of compassionate morons to look for "victims" within reach because they want to feel more heroic and simply volunteering to help people in third world countries is simply too much for them to switch for their comfortable first world lifestyle, aside from the gender deluded who think all of their problems can be solved if society supports their delusions. TIs are the new "it" oppressed group to cry about and what they cry about is peoples' rights to identify about whatever sex they are. I suspect majority of TRAs are sheltered millenials with very little issues in their life. Autogynephiles are probably enabled and are encouraged to think their fetish mean they're the opposite sex by TRAs, considering the ridiculous TRA line of logic about gender.

We should all come out as trans by weavilsatemyface in GenderCritical

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Gender is just another word for sex.

https://www.etymonline.com/word/gender

Another woman tells of man flashing and peeping at a six year old at the Wi spa from last year. by GConly in GenderCritical

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They spoke to this person about covering up but they refused

Definitely a flasher, whether he was staring at the naked daughter or not is a different story, not saying he is not, there's not much evidence of it (I would appreciate if the heading didn't have a clickbait title), but he's definitely getting off from every female looking at his penis and considering he didn't even remove himself after seeing a kid, makes this even worse. She is a TRA who actually brought this upon herself. She doesn't win any sympathies from me (the daughter is a different case, she would have to grow up in the world her mother has stupidly supported). Also those two "acivisty lesbians" that accompanied the male, shame on them.

Ugh, well he spread his legs, if the water is not too shallow it would be nice to stomp on his penis...though I don't want to catch STIs from it.

Remember when they told us "Transwomen aren't going to walk around naked with their dicks out"? How times have changed. How times have changed. by Wangchuck in GenderCritical

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Beause we don't want to provide validation and make ourselves more vulnerable to assault, the issue is not just fulfilling autogynephile fantasies, it's also being made more vulnerable to something that is more able to overpower a female and assault her. Organisations are too cheap (or can't afford) to create separate stalls where a person can go into the same stall to shower and get dressed, so we're all being forced to share a public space to shower and to get dressed in the same space. I don't like sharing space with anyone, but the compromise I make with society is that if I have to share space with anyone, it would be with someone with the same sex as me and I hope they don't perve on me and is someone I can take down if they try to attack me. When I was a kid I had a female classmate watch me get dressed before, I did not like that even though we're both females and she kept on staring even though I told her not to (looking back, we were kids and it's not like every kid understands that doing this is intrinsically harmful like bullying, so I wonder if I was a bit harsh on her), now imagine if that was a full grown male.

You’re Not Trans. You’re Just Weird. by Cass in GenderCritical

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I actually sort of miss the old days when people believed in christianity more. At least religious people have a bit more logic to some aspects of their beliefs, for example "maybe there's an entity that did create earth" (I don't actually think there is that something, but I can't disprove it either, for all I know maybe earth came about from a giant organism's poop), but every aspect of the TI beliefs are illogical and are based off lack of self-awareness, misinformation and delusion (some being a reaction to trauma).

The eternal delusion by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I mean, if he wants to get off to fantasizing about having a vagina, weird, but whatever.

That is true. I just wonder if most of them know that having a fetish is not the same as feeling like "they're born in the wrong body", they're just turned on by the thought of having a different genitalia, because they seem to see it as evidence that their body does not match their genitalia.

An enlarged floppy clit by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I think Literotica would be more accurate.

The eternal delusion by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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One of their comments in one of the posts I linked, one of them said that he thought he enjoyed lesbian porn before realising he had vagina envy. Being horny is not the same as having some sort of genitalia envy, he's a autogynephile.

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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You're right. Everybody here is saying that trans bodies and brains don't exist.

The point is that transgenderism is basically an unhealthy way of covering up and avoiding dealing with underlying mental health issues, or worse, a way to justify forcing others to engage with them in public autogynephilia and exhibitionism fetishes.

Transgenderism is a group of beliefs that state trans bodies and minds exist (e.g. plainly believing you are meant to be the opposite sex, hijra, two spirit). It doesn't have a point.

How it's used is a different thing (e.g. attention seeking, covering up mental health issues, autogynephelia).

A character which has all genders and no genders at once by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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I mean, elves in general have been portayed often as being androgynous.

You're right, but in Zelda they made sure the Hylians aren't very androgynous.

HELEN JOYCE argues the gender self-identification lobby is harmful by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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They're in kind of in a shitty position. The ones who medically transitioned as kind of the old wave of transsexuality are seeing their identities ruined by a far more aggressive and misogynistic takeover.

I doubt it considering that TRAs are more common these days and organisations are now catering to these crazy people. You are right that they would have a strong motive for perpetuating a delusion.

And some of them have been transitioned and so invested in it that it's not as if they can suddenly come to grips with detransitioning...

That's their problem, it's not relevant to the fact that they are cherry picking science, reinforcing sexist stereotypes and are misleading vulnerable individuals to adopt delusional beliefs.

autogynephiles as a convenient excuse to engage in their fetish and force people to condone it publicly.

There're people who genuinely believe that their spirit is that of the opposite sex, there are weird fetishists, there are people who are both. I'm not interested in separating them, because they're all forcing society to perpetuate a delusion regardless if they believe in it or not and TRA policies are built on the assumption that trans bodies are a real thing.

Transgenderism is essentially saying the only way to address dysphoria is to live in denial and ask society to assist in that denialism.

Transgenderism is a belief which stems from sexism. Nothing less, nothing more. They are using transgenderism to tell themselves they are "oppressed victims" and to get attention. Crazy people (both females and males) believe this B.S and the bonus advantages for TiMs just happens to be access to rape shelters and sports. I suspect it's also used as a lazy diagnosis like ADHD if the psychologist can't be bothered to put in the work to properly diagnose the patient.

Edit: Wording

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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You're right, it's "Madness 101".

I will name "Neuraxpharm" as possibly one of them (emphasis on "possibly", they funded TI supporting research on brain comparisons).

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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I was asking if it was a good idea to post TI supporting study (its purpose is to support TIs) and start a discussion about it (that is, scrutinise it so everyone is aware of the research they keep basing their delusions on and are probably going to start citing if they haven't done so already). I might start a blog, but I honestly think I don't have much to write about other than just talking about how the issues of research is that it's taking a perception of reality and merging it with biology (and I'm not even sure if I'm wording that right).

HELEN JOYCE argues the gender self-identification lobby is harmful by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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I have nothing against TiMs who claim to be GC allies

I'm surprised, they're the antithesis of gendercritical (no biggie, each to their own).

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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This reminds me of an article I read how physics got "feminised" (such a stupid term to use to avoid saying "dumbing down") physics in Australian education.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/physics-courses-too-feminised-scientist

I would believe what you say but, I must ask (because blindly believing without questioning is bad), is there proof you can provide for this (and hopefully a university's name so I can stay right away from it)?

A character which has all genders and no genders at once by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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The funny thing is in Link's character design, during Ocarina of Time (the game book really shows what he's suppose to look like had the graphics been better), you can still tell that's clearly a male, in Breath of the Wild, that's still a male body. So when he says he intends him to be "androgynous", I really wonder what is his definition of "androgynous" or if he is making crap up. Seriously, a pair of earrings does not make him look female, it did make seeing a male wear a pair or earrings more normal and I thought that was pretty cool because I was a kid who loved earrings and disappointed when it seems like males can't enjoy something so awesome (this was before I was in my preteens, when I was not so cynical and looked forward to making new friends). Also knowing that I will eventually get earrings and have something in common with Link was cool as well.

I hated Linkle initially, but I eventually liked her character, her personality is almost like another childhood fictional character I wished to be like when I was a kid (and had a similar attitude to adventuring too).

Their title makes zero sense, those two things are contradictory and can't be existing statuses on the same person, but then again, it's a trans subreddit. They can make up all sorts of logic all they want and it doesn't even have to be logical.

Edit: Wording

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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Definitely. Out of curiosity, will it be relevant if I post a recent study here relating to TI and normal people brains and we can all disassemble why such a study is so stupid? Because society has been conditioned to believe research that supports the TI narrative (especially existing research which provides raw data on differences between the brains of the normal people and gender deluded), but most people don't really know what good research looks like nor are most able to interpret it as some of it's lexicon are outside of generalised education (e.g. descriptive statistics). I think a discussion about a recent research which supports the TI narrative helps keep everyone up to date about what TRAs are arguing and how they're basing their arguments. Alternatively I'm thinking about just starting a blog (under a different name) and just posting it there and pointing out a couple of things of the research and how the studies do not separate gender stereotypes from biology and instead just assume that "female identities" and "male identities" are entities merged with the person's physiology and not simply abstract concepts. To counteract this lunacy we need to counter it from so many perspectives (e.g. biological, psychological, sociological).

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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They seem to be under the impression that just because they studied and passed higher level biology, their delusions are valid and biology teaches transgender exists. I'm willing to bet that's their interpretation and not something their course actually taught, though with what is going on today, I'm not surprised if a few courses actually state outright transgenders exist but even if they did, they wouldn't exactly structure their tests to mainly focus on a relatively new field if even at all.

He's all woman by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He wants to win in the laziest way possible.

HELEN JOYCE argues the gender self-identification lobby is harmful by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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What's more, I fear, its overreach is likely to provoke a backlash that will harm ordinary trans people who simply want safety and social acceptance. When the public finally realises what is being demanded, the blame may not land with the activists, where it belongs.

She seems worried about the "non-crazy" trans and does not seem to understand that the "ordinary trans" are also supporting the movement. I give her points for publishing this book to protect the objective reality on biology, but she seems unaware if she is going to do that, then she's also going against the concept of "transgender" itself (assuming her book uses research that is properly supported).

Their title is ironic and they are unaware of it by TheOnyxGoddess in GenderCritical

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Little do they know that "advanced biology" teaches advanced biology concepts, it doesn't test you on your ability to interpret and evaluate research from a depersonalised objective view point. You can be gender deluded while passing the section about cytogenetics because the course is testing your ability to understand and apply it's concepts, not if you can identify if someone is "born in the wrong body". Also some courses are structured to support TRAs because some course coordinators buy into the gender delusion.

The eternal delusion by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 3 insightful - 3 fun3 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

I nearly read that as "acid reflux".

Emma Watson begs us to "look into the whites" of TiMs' eyes in order to understand why women need to share our bathrooms with dicks by BEB in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That's another human being

Yes Watson, very good. Are you aware humans are capable of evil? What would you say the likelihood that a woman can successfully fend off an attack from a "transwoman" compared to a woman?

At some point people need to tell people who try to remind others that TIs are humans that "humans are still capable of evil".

I feel the need to go on Twitter to have fun with these people, but I get too addicted to my hobbies and right now I have some older hobbies I have neglected far too much...one more hobby isn't going to hurt too much.

(Old interview) Jesse Lee Peterson (religious conservative) interviews Blaire White -- In case you still thought transmed/truscum were the sane ones by usehername in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Compared to other TIs, White's pretty rational. He's still objectively deluded.

The eternal delusion by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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....so being a woman is about being confused about whether you want praise or to get some sort of masochistic dream fulfilled? Madonna-whore complex?

How A 10-Year-Old Girl’s Mom Saved Her From Going Transgender by WildApples in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

And have their licences revoked.

There's going to be a protest against dicks in XX spaces at Wi Spa - 11 AM Saturday, July 3 -anyone in LA? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I can't be there to protest, but I'll be happy to sign the petition.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

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I see it as a disgusting joke even if none of the women in my family has gone through the same thing. I see it as downright disturbing and I'd be complaining to the university about it promoting rape culture. I don't care if the effigy is a man being raped, still disturbing.

5 Things to Know to Make Your Feminism Trans-Inclusive by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I read this, with a comic strip in mind.

5 Things to Know to Make Your Feminism Trans-Inclusive by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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That's true, TiFs are still females. I hate her writing and look down on her way of trying to be relevant, but she gets my respect for her posting that the emperor is naked (even if that is her way of still being relevant, but it's career suicide to do that, so it seems unlikely).

5 Things to Know to Make Your Feminism Trans-Inclusive by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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You forgot number 6: You gotta eat out of a neovagina or suck that flaccid neodick.

Oli London is trans-Korean. Is he #valid? by anxietyaccount8 in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 4 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 0 fun5 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

If he thinks he's transkorean, sure, why not /s. There're groups who believe they're some otherkin, transgender, I don't see why those people have an issue with a fellow delusional person thinking he's transkorean. They're basically fighting their own reflection and they're unaware of it.

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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No births are ever beautiful, but that is one hell of an ugly, disgusting depiction.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You're "spelling it out" is using my action to your comment as the evidence, not my response itself.You can't win the argument so you're trying to gaslight me into thinking I'm wrong, that's a symptom of a narcissistic personality disorder. My response is still a benign response that doesn't mean anything more than it says. You might as well be accusing someone of planning to rob the bank because he went into the bank. Have fun with your self-victim rhetorics.

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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You technically haven't. It's people like you are why the feminist movement have lost respect, you don't know the difference between a study and an opinion and have decided to blindly agree whatever feminist academic say with no critical thought to it whatsoever. Enjoy being brainwashed.

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I'm very curious about the links to autism, would it be the passing of a specific threshold that increases the risk of the foetus developing ASD (excluding "Aspergers") or is there an already existing environment which the embryo can tolerate and an extreme shift (e.g. sudden spike to testosterone level) affect the development? I hope they force mothers to avoid taking testosterone before and after conception. We don't need more adults with physical or mental health problems.

Thanks for posting the research, even though it doesn't answer the question, it was a good exercise in reading and interpreting well conducted research.

Edit: Wording

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 3 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 1 fun4 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Unless you meant something else, that was me adding another study they said can contribute. I didn't go "too far".

If you're going to post excerpts from the research, please put in the headings to make it easier for people to categorise and find information and helps put each aspect of the research in context for the reader.

Material and methods

(a) Participants Umbilical cord blood was obtained at the birth of 861 singleton deliveries (selected randomly). The participants in this study were the 97 Caucasian males and 86 Caucasian females who volunteered to have their faces photographed in early adulthood (age range: 21–24 years). There was no statistically significant difference in age at the time of facial photography between males (M = 22.81 years, s.d. = 0.61) and females (M = 22.91, s.d. = 0.60; t181 = 1.04, p = 0.31).

Discussion

The current findings present a unique contribution to the large body of literature that has linked behavioural characteristics with facial phenotypes. A more masculinized face structure has been associated with aggression [48], risk-taking behaviour [49,50] and dominance [51]. These relationships are in the same directions as the links between prenatal testosterone exposure and these same behavioural characteristics [24], raising the possibility that testosterone underpins both sets of relationships. Exposure to increased levels of prenatal testosterone has also been linked with several neurodevelopmental disorders, in particular autism spectrum disorder (ASD) [52] and developmental language disorder [26]. While these conditions have not traditionally been thought to be characterized by a specific facial phenotype, the current findings would predict a more masculinized facial structure among affected individuals.

In summary, using umbilical cord blood and 3D facial photography, we report the findings from a 20-year study, revealing a significant relationship between exposure to increasing levels of prenatal testosterone and masculinization of the adult face in both males and females. The current findings provide the first direct evidence for a long-hypothesized link between early testosterone exposure and face structure, and provide further support for the organizational effects of the prenatal hormone environment on postnatal development of the human body.

Note: I would like to include the section number, but Saidit numbering system overrides the numbers, so I'm excluding them from the heading.

r/ActualPublicFreakouts - Woman is upset over a transgender woman being allowed in the women's bathroom at a spa by DR373737 in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That is a very fair complaint, she should submit in a complaint or ask for the manager and complain to the manager (if that receptionist is not the manager), not try to make the receptionist "realise" the stupidity of it, though if he is the business owner and this a small private business, let loose. She should also be encouraging women in that spa to complain to management, organise protests. Receptionists are just there to work (although that receptionist was not particularly bright with his responses). Please don't attack front-of-house workers. That spa should also have put up a sign if they're letting males access female areas. It should not be related to sexual orientation.

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Does it have anything TI related other than the coverpage? If there's a TI related article, please post.

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Unless I misunderstood this research, it tests for a link between testosterone levels and the child's face masculinisaton, as in the testosterone levels already existing, not the effects of injecting testosterone during pre-conception or gestation period. They got the blood from the umbilical cords and measured the testosterone level instead and compared the subject's face.

This is the data they collected related to the hypothesis:

(d) Adult testosterone and adult facial morphology

Blood samples in adulthood were available for 85 males. Pearson correlations presented in table 1 revealed no statistically significant relationship between testosterone correlations in these samples and facial gender scores (r = 0.01, p = 0.93) or fWHR (r = −0.01, n = 0.92). Additional analyses revealed a weak, but statistically significant association between umbilical cord BioT levels and adult testosterone concentrations (r = 0.23, p = 0.04). However, there was no statistically relationship between adult testosterone concentrations and adult 2D : 4D ratio on the left (r = 0.06, p = 0.63) and right hand (r = 0.07, p = 0.57).

This is what I get from reading their discussion: They noted there might be some evidence. They also mention their research contributes to other studies (e.g. the link between prenatal exposure to increased levels of testosterone and autism)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4184868/?report=reader

If anyone else get something else, please post your thoughts.

Stunning, brave and so magnificently intersectional by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

You forgot "fat positive" in your heading.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The lie:

I never was disagreeing (to clarify, about your comment on porn).

The proof:

What I said:

I think the rise of porn is a big reason why.

What you replied with after quoting the above:

I'm willing to bet that some feminist researcher ran out of ideas and was grasping at bullcrap

Your "evidence" does not back up your accusation. How does my reply "disagree" with your comment?

And then:

I said:

Lmfao so you're continuing to assume I get my information from "feminist articles"?

I was clearly implying here that you were making a false assumption.

You said:

don't react to crass, baseless assumptions

Still not relevant. How have I lied and how am I still assuming? You have yet to prove your case and have taken my advice about how you should respond out of context (I was trying to be helpful there).

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

That's called a suggestion, not an argument. You were the one who started arguing with me saying English isn't sexist, which I argued against and provided proof for while you provided nothing.

I've been saying it's not oppressive, (yes, English is sexist, I agree with that, not oppressive, there's a difference between the two) and that we don't need to change it.

If you're not arguing, then why did you say this:

"I'm not arguing that "man" shouldn't be the default. I'm arguing that males shouldn't be the default, and that the word "man" should be kept and considered gender-neutral, while we call men something else"

You're lying at this point.

But I'll post it again:

https://oxfordre.com/communication/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.001.0001/acrefore-9780190228613-e-470

And I added this one in the next message, but I'll go ahead and post that one again too:

http://scholarsmepub.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/SJHSS-26459-461.pdf

Those two sources are actually essays, NOT STUDIES (studies, papers which show research, surveys). The author made claims and used several sources to back them up. There's a difference between collecting raw data and interpeting and simply reading someone else's interpretation of them. You might as well blindly believe the bible.

Better yet, check the trans and MRA reddit subs for yourself. I'm right. I also have personal experience with these people, but the proof of how they think is easily accessible online.

Your research methodology is flawed. In research, you're meant to propose a hypothesis, develop a way to measure the demograph, collect and interpret data. You've outright assumed majority of male attitudes are misogynistic (I honestly don't see the problem with that until you start advertising it as fact).

Lmao men who want to be women are either:

Gay and effeminate, so they want to escape homophobia,

AGPs who have it as part of their humiliation fetish because they consider womanhood the most degrading thing there is,

MRAs who think women have it easy.

This is why I say your research methodology is flawed, you clearly ignored what TI's are actually saying and didn't differentiate between their argument and their motives (interesting how you didn't list that some are just misinformed and mislead). TRAs (including TIs) use their stated delusion, pseudoscience and emotion based arguments to get the government to settle on their proposed policies, along with this. Argue against their claims. Their fetishes is what we mock in our own time.

TI? Trans-identified? If so you are just wrong and there are a thousand examples on this very sub.

I am talking about Trans-Identified.

Edit: Wording

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

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It's really obvious you're lying. What you meant was obvious to absolutely everyone and I already spelled it out for you.

I didn't lie about anything and have no idea what you think I'm lying about (you're talking about that comment about the porn industry right? Ig so, state your accusatio, and if you think I lied, you have to prove it.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Like I said, I see a pattern, and it's funny how you're still trying to deny that you were disagreeing.

I never was disagreeing (to clarify, about your comment on porn).

What you replied with after quoting the above:

I'm willing to bet that some feminist researcher ran out of ideas and was grasping at bullcrap. I'm now wondering if you would have that same thought if I responded to you with a different username.

So, you have an issue with me not agreeing nor disagreeing and just posting a theory to add to your theory?

You're clearly implying that some feminist researcher ran out of ideas and was grasping at bullcrap, the bullcrap being that porn is one of the reasons why women's status has gone backwards in these past few decades.

Technically, I proposed a theory and no, it was not related to porn, it was actually just me adding to a list of theories.

Edit: Wording

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I cited the study.

As far as I've seen, you haven't. Post the link.

Yes, feminist movements have accomplished things despite sexism in the English language. I linked my study and here's another:

You're just pointing out my comment, your original argument was:

"only thing we'd need to do is refer to men as weremen. No other words would need to change."

"I'm arguing that males shouldn't be the default, and that the word "man" should be kept and considered gender-neutral, while we call men something else."

I've been arguing why we don't need to make a change.

TI? Trans-identified? If so you are just wrong and there are a thousand examples on this very sub.

That's not how you investigate and argue. You theorise it's because they're effeminate, MRAs and other crap, but that's not what they're arguing. You need to look at their points and argue against their points. This sub so far has shown that TI's just love to pretend to be women for ridiculous sexist reasons.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Why are you on a hair trigger? You clearly understand that you were making an assumption

You're clearly projecting. I wasn't the one who decided to mention the previous argument and assumed the other party was disputing the relevancy of the impact of the porn industry. I was just sharing my thoughts and decided to give you advice because you seem to take what other people say so personally. Lighten up, I'm just someone you'll never meet in real life.

and were disagreeing with my take that porn is a big reason why we've gone backwards:

And how have I disagreed?

So why deny it?

Deny what? It looks more like you're imagining stuff.

I just sent it. I was putting it off because I disagree with nearly everything you're saying, you keep (intentionally?) misrepresenting my argument, and don't understand what constitutes "proof".

I just got it and read it. You still haven't proven the mechanisms. All you're doing is telling me how misogynistic males talk about women.

Not if they're baseless and/or easily proven wrong.

Someone has never told you the difference between making an assumption and acting on an assumption.

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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I have found that my experience is the norm, even when speaking to women from other states and countries. Where are you from?

Australia (largely misogynistc, though less gender crazy than the U.S)

Prove it then.

You prove your point first. You were the one who made a claim about English and I've been arguing against it.

If you haven't noticed that English is sexist or you don't think it's a big deal, that's fine, but you're not being clear in your argument. Here is a study on the negative effects of sexism in language:

I've been saying it's not oppressive. Thinking "man" as the default is not oppressive. The action of thinking "man" first is not oppressive.

Lmao men who want to be women are either:

Gay and effeminate, so they want to escape homophobia,

AGPs who have it as part of their humiliation fetish because they consider womanhood the most degrading thing there is,

MRAs who think women have it easy.

There's nothing feminist about it.

Based off what the TIs are saying, that is not the case.

Lmao. You are employing a logical fallacy. Correlation does not equal causation. Also, the statement of fact in your conclusion

You said this specific quote in response to my wording:

Considering that the word "man" is the default in many first-world westerner's mind and female status has elevated much higher than many Asian and third-world countries (e.g. China, Japan) for many years, it would mean that language has zero impact on oppression.

...My conclusion is fair, especially if you look at gender-specific advantages offered to women and looked at the feminist movements all over the world.

Considering that you agreed with the first paragraph and have no idea my conclusion was actually referring to the second paragraph, I would say you have read my response out of context and have no idea what I was actually talking about.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Lmfao so you're continuing to assume I get my information from "feminist articles"? Here are the decades of research on the negative effects porn has on the brain, self-control, and attitudes towards women:

https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/research/

And I thought you were rational enough to think that I was just adding my input with zero assumptions (looks like I was wrong). I didn't know you are holding our last argument against me. I'm not wrong in my theory that there was probably a feminist researcher grasping bullshit to publish some work. If you want to interpet my comment that way, go ahead, but it wasn't related to the effects of porn.

You still haven't proven your other point. Also here's some advice, don't react to crass, baseless assumptions, you're feeding trolls like that and everyone is free to make assumptions, it's what they do with assumptions that matter.

Edit: Wording

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I think the rise of porn is a big reason why.

I'm willing to bet that some feminist researcher ran out of ideas and was grasping at bullcrap, much like how someone in psychology published an article stating smiling actually makes the person happier, it took 20 years for the psychology field to figure out that "smiling" does not actually make the person feel "happy" (and I guess it's my fault for having a crappy unhappy life because I don't "smile" enough/s).

If you feminism doesn't include transwomen - you need to pick up a copy of Transgender Studies Quarterly right now by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I hate people who misuse the English language (or try to change it to make it more "progressive" or "woke").

If you feminism doesn't include transwomen - you need to pick up a copy of Transgender Studies Quarterly right now by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I was wondering if that's the case. It's a stupid way to use the word.

It originated in postmodern philosophy but it's been adopted by sociologists and activists.

It's this type of crap why I can't take any of the "soft science" fields (or whatever these studies are categorised into) seriously. Why not just come up with a completely different word that doesn't change the meaning of an already existing word? The "harder sciences" manage to come up with words when they want to describe a relationship between one thing to another and that word properly captures it.

Example:

Neuropathophysiology - refers to pathophysiological conditions that affect the nervous system.

I can understand what that term relates to and what kind area of study of the nervous system without studying the nervous system, I even figured it out without even needing to look up the word.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

The frat did a physical "joke" - they placed an effigy of a woman in obvious distress, in a place where almost everyone on campus would walk by, and indicated that she had been raped and her rape was funny.

If you told me this happened within the last decade or two I would have been very pissed off. At least the frat apologised for it (I can't say the same thing about all the males who sexually harrassed me and threw rape threats at me back when I was a teen, I will be holding that against them amongst other crimes because they don't deserve forgiveness through amnesia especially when they know what is derogatory behaviour at that age). It reminds me of the early 2000s joke:

"How do you teach a girl math?"

Punchline: take away her clothes and makeup and have sex with her.

There's no logical twist, no pun, nothing, it's pretty much what a male bimbo would come up with and laugh and his straight ball sucking friends would laugh along with him because they're so stupid when they come together as a pack. I'm the type of person who laughs at jokes which are black comedy and controversial (e.g. sexist, racist) in nature and I can tell you, that is a type of joke that does not work because the entire context does not gradiate to the punchline (sex is not related to any sort of intellectual pursuit, there's zero relation between the two). The entire thing was just pure stupid sexism. If I reverse the entire thing onto a male, I still wouldn't be laughing and I really would like some misandristic jokes to read.

If you feminism doesn't include transwomen - you need to pick up a copy of Transgender Studies Quarterly right now by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 6 insightful - 1 fun6 insightful - 0 fun7 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Information about the journal for everyone else: https://read.dukeupress.edu/tsq

It mentions "pathologization", "transgender biopolitics", can any sociologists here tell us if these are legitimate terms? I found a new part of the sociology field to laugh at.

A white person and professor of Theatre

Thankyou for helping us read it. It's usually those in the arts who come up with bullshit and publish this type of crap (e.g. Queerkidstuff).

a self described enbie, neurodiverse, animal activist and scholar.

Just double checking, does the "self-described" also include neurodiverse, animal activist and scholar or is it only restricted to neurodiverse?

"De/Colonizing Hijra" "Decolonizing Trans/Gender Studies?: Teaching Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Times of the Rise of the Global Right"

Why does the headings use "decolonize"? You can't even colonize beliefs, just countries. Is there some sort of separate sociological definition which includes beliefs and political movements and studies?

Colonization: ​the act of taking control of an area or a country that is not your own, especially using force, and sending people from your own country to live there

https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/colonization

I just read it's a peer review academic journal. As if the gender deluded need more validation.

A stunning mtf poet opines. by bolla_top in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You forgot: "and be a sex offender"

If you feminism doesn't include transwomen - you need to pick up a copy of Transgender Studies Quarterly right now by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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TRAs are definitely sane and not violent people /s.

Taking A Stand III - Another doctor’s scheduler, getting my info for a new patient visit, asked, “What is the legal gender on your birth certificate?” WTF is happening?!?!? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I don't blame OP for wanting to do this, but I wish she didn't take the route which is going to make all GC look bad. I already said in another comment section that just because a doctor's clinic shows support to the gender delusion movement, it doesn't mean it's a place to discuss politics and the people their do want to discuss politics. Perhaps I should've also stated (which I didn't think I had to) that it doesn't mean people also want to listen to politics much like listening to someone else's day. It reminds me of the vegan who asked a young lady at the reception of a venue "why don't you serve dog?" As part of a vegan protest movement.

Taking A Stand III - Another doctor’s scheduler, getting my info for a new patient visit, asked, “What is the legal gender on your birth certificate?” WTF is happening?!?!? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I second this. Doctors probably also have to deal with deluded patients and make sure they don't use the wrong pronoun.

A stunning mtf poet opines. by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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They're already crazy if they think they're born in the wrong body.

A stunning mtf poet opines. by bolla_top in GenderCritical

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Bitch please, let me be myself for a moment lol

I’m a big tittied, wide-hipped, pussy-strutting WOMAN who happens to have broad shoulders and a massive cock

I don’t care if it’s a stereotype

I don’t care if I’m delusional or compensating for something

I don’t care if it makes me an example to someone else’s bullshit

Let me strut my stuff and feel good

I’m Beyoncé in the video for Partition lol

Someone GC should go on those posts and point out reality to them (those people). He just admitted he has no problem with wanting everyone to play make believe with him and commentors agree with him.

Taking A Stand III - Another doctor’s scheduler, getting my info for a new patient visit, asked, “What is the legal gender on your birth certificate?” WTF is happening?!?!? by BEB in GenderCritical

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Then I realize that this was some kind of awkward way for the doctor to attempt to figure out what biological sex her new patient is before the appointment, and / or any other kind of gender fuckery her new patient has going on - like if your name is Susan but you were born male.

I told a medical receptionist I'm female to try to avoid the question before he asked me "are you female, male, non-binary" or some crap like because I was a new patient last year. He ignored me and still asked me. Goddamnit. This was in Australia. I'm glad I'm never going back to that clinic, I was there to ask for a COVID test but refused to perform one on me as testing my housemate who I live with was enough. If I had that form (which they had to fill out for the patient for COVID reasons), I would have scribbled out that third option.

Edit: To clarify, I heard him ask the same question to a housemate.

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

a frat did a horrible "joke" about rape, in a very public space.

Was this like a published newspaper joke, walking around making jokes? I'm wondering because it's strange that a newspaper would give the paper to the frat unless he was affiliated with the paper or his joke was published in one of their newspaper.

The frat boys then hounded me, not in a truly scary way, but I was the butt of jokes, and they'd bang on my door. I knew most of the guys. I liked most of the guys. I fought back when I would see one of them - calling them out on their misogyny.

Not too many years later, I saw one of the leaders of the frat and he apologized. And he meant it.

All to say that even the people who seem to be going along with the gender bullshit probably have deep reservations about it and you having the courage to voice what others are feeling will help them find their courage too.

I didn't expect the ending.

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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That is a completely different line of "logic" and totally irrelevant to the subject at hand.

Your line of argument is about trying to change a gender identifying word to be gender neutral will help stop contributing to oppression. I'm comparing it to racial identifying words and changing them to be non-racial identifying help stop racism. Your reasoning for a single word change is ridiculous.

I don't speak for all English speakers.

I wasn't asking about other English speakers, I was asking about you specifically. It means the system isn't broken that we're all affected by bias when talking to another.

Yeah, and it was a false assumption. Most men already think like that (they are default and women are deviations from them), as evidenced by all Abrahamic religions.

Abrahamic religions are based off outdated thinking, they don't actually reflect how most men think, unless you're from an area where Abrahamic religion is often preached and the men are so closed off from the world. If this is America I would believe it and would find it somewhat surprising because a lot of the western progressive movements happened in America.

It became clear to myself and many other native English-speaking women when were little girls, coming to understand the language. In general, men think women are like another species, totally alien to them, and the English language places them as the default human while women are the strange "others". I got this perspective from listening and speaking with many men and reading their forums. Again, my point is that while obviously male-default language didn't invent women's oppression, it is clearly a symptom of and a contributing factor to it.

I was born and raised in Australia and grew up with English as my primary language and religion is not well emphasised in my upbringing (and not well emphasised in my area). English is not oppressive. However it just sounds like you were raised in a way more sexist environment than me and stumbled onto websites where males congregate where they can objectify and speak bullshit about women, that doesn't mean they're a majority (I'm not saying there's not much of them either).

From what I've seen both females and males have been trying to treat each other like a different species for many years, but with the rise of feminism in the early 2000s, that differentiation is reducing and people care less if you're a girl and care more if you're a weaker entity to attack (mybissies withbsociety in general).

And I never argued that female rights couldn't be achieved despite language being sexist so what's your point? You're not trying to prove it isn't sexist, you just don't think it's a big deal.

You made a claim that English is oppressive and changing that will help fix the oppresssion. I'm saying it's not a big deal and feminist have changed society more than the English language have changed since a century ago. I never actually accused you of saying female rights can't be achieved without changing the language.

Lmao. You are employing a logical fallacy. Correlation does not equal causation. Also, the statement of fact in your conclusion:

Lmao, you think I'm employing correlation as causation. No, that would imply that I'm arguing that there is a "link", I'm actually outright stating as a fact that feminists movement elevated the female status and will continue to elevate the female status despite the language being sexist and it's been proven in western first-world countries. We've basically made "female" look so good that more men even want to be us if that says anything.

a contributing factor to women's oppression.

You still haven't proven that. You're still making a claim and not supporting it. At least I put forth something that was actually concrete.

Edit: Wording

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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I never said anything like that. It's a huge pet peeve of mine when someone says "bY yOuR lOgIc" and it's nothing close to my logic.

Sorry, I made my mistake and made an edit before I read your response. It's pretty fair you get offended. (I tend to post from my phone and then edit because the responses are already on the thread, hence why a lot of comments have edits on them).

However, it contributes to a culture in which men are humans and women are the other humans. The deviants.

Perhaps you should actually ask men around the world, in person so you know they are males, instead of just simply absorbing information straight from feminist articles (yes, this one is an assumption, your argument seem to stem from feminists and sjws proclaiming oppression at every little thing and not look at the structure and mechanisms of oppression). You might get some standing from religious leaders and backwater areas, but those areas tend to coincide with absent or lack of feminist movement, which needs to be more prominent so they would stop seeing women as the "devil". Speaking of which at that point if you do start campaigning for women's rights, you don't start with the language, you start with their treatment of females and in doing so start changing their cultural attitudes towards females. If you campaign for women's rights, you're just changing the culture, not the language and slowly removing the thought a woman is a "devil" from that culture.

That's a ridiculous conclusion. You skipped a lot of steps there. There a lot more contributing factors than language.

Then you better prove your point that language is oppressive. You haven't, you're just saying "I think male first, therefore...". Language is just a system and culture is another system. Culture dictated the formation of language, but it didn't make it oppressive and made men think only for themselves, that's the misogynism doing that. I put forth evidence that female rights have been achieved despite language being sexist. My conclusion is fair, especially if you look at gender-specific advantages offered to women and looked at the feminist movements all over the world.

Edit: Wording

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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I'm arguing that males shouldn't be the default, and that the word "man" should be kept and considered gender-neutral, while we call men something else.

I'm arguing that there's nothing wrong with "man" being the default in their language, you can easily tell if someone is talking about a male or mankind based off context. The word Man was also used in Old English as an indefinite pronoun, "one, people, they." It was used generically for "the human race, mankind" by c. 1200.

https://www.etymonline.com/word/man

I really think "man" being the "default" is not really different from "woman" being the default. We might offend a few loser males if we do that, but that's their problem.

No

So it doesn't affect your ability to think without bias. Good. The system is not broken.

but can you think of one good reason why I should think of a male as the default whenever I'm speaking about someone whose sex I don't know?

Because pronouns don't affect how you treat the person, they're just there to describe the person and can be used as a more grammatically correct placeholder over "they/them" (which are plurals). Whether you actually think it's a man or not does not affect how you should talk to them. Regardless if they're a man or a woman, you still have to treat them the same, unless it's for medical reasons, you would need to know their sex (and you would be given their sex on their medical records anyway).

If you think "male" as the default when using male pronouns as a placeholder when talking to a stranger is an issue, then that's your problem. In my experience, I find that I don't really think much about if the person is a woman or a man as I'm interested in getting a point across when using the pronouns and care very little about offending some person who I don't know.

And can you see how that contributes to women's second-class status?

By your logic, a reason why we're all systematically oppressed because many cultures seem to put "males" as the default in their language. Considering that the word "man" is the default in many first-world westerner's mind and female status has elevated much higher than many Asian and third-world countries (e.g. China, Japan) for many years, it would mean that language has zero impact on oppression. Sponsorships, gender-diversity job targeted opportunities are given to women, with their respective language's "default" being "man" in the.

Example: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-05-12/queensland-police-recruiting-women-crime-corruption-report/100133594

Majority of people still think "man" first, whether how they treat others with respect and as equals is a separate case.

Edit: Wording

Sign the Petition: Suspend the International Olympic Committee's transgender policy. by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

He might even be paid to do so by Stonewall. Stonewall is very crazy about being woke.

Am I the only one who tried to pass for a man online? by LeoneOkada in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I don't try to pass as anything online. I've never received creepy attention online except for that one time I asked about my vagina. When I got on reddit to ask about an issue relating to my vaginismus, I recieved some creepy messages, but it wasn't much. I used a throwaway account so it's not associated with my main account and no one is able to send me more creepy messages. One person in one short message asked for sex and actually admitted to having a fetish for tight vaginas in that message, and another was just asking for sex. None was actually rude or crazy, but it was still a bit weird and creepy. I ignored those messages.

I tend to comment on Youtube alot with a clear girl name, I've never recieved any harrassment over it, one guy did express that he thinks I'm hot because I said I'm Australian, which is not creepy and doesn't count.

I've been on Youtube since it was about a year old with a common girl's name and the creepiest person I found is a fuckboy loser (and boy I had a field day with him) having an issue with a girl stating in the Youtube comment section she wanted to wait until marriage to have sex because as he said it's 2015 or 2016 (I don't remember which one it was), I responded to him with his own whine that "it's 2016, people can choose to have sex if they want and if he wants it, hire a prostitute or use hisown two hands" (with a bit more harsher words and with the current year I was making the reply). He tried to defend himself by saying he was stoned when he read the comment and that his girlfriend's response "to remain pure" made him feel like "chickenshit" (oh gee, I wonder why/s). I pointed out that the fact he feels offended shows he's a sensitive pussy asshole and being stoned isn't a valid defence to stupidity online (and considering he still defended his actions in that same response, I doubt he was stoned at all). One commentor (who has a male profile pic if I remember correctly) thinks I'm a bit harsh, I personally, I think I was constructively fair to a chickenshit. I didn't get to see the sequel to my response because OP deleted her post (and in extension, deleted the comment chain), which was unfortunate because I was having fun expressing my misanthropic and misandristic thoughts through an online beat up of a deserving male loser.

Anyway, thats the list of weird and creepy people which I encountered online who has made made an attempt at asking for sex, flirting or happen to be a creep with problems expressing his problems to someone else (aside from a person on youtube who subscribed to me and has no videos and has "just left prison" or some crap like that on his bio). I'm not often on the gaming and technology focused sites, so I am sort of curious about the frequency of the creepy stuff will occur if I go there with a girl name.

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

[–]TheOnyxGoddess 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yeah, but why should males be the default in language?

If it's not broken, don't fix it. I personally do not think there's a massive issue with "man" being some sort of "default". It seems almost befitting because it can be short for other words (e.g. woman, human).

Technically, females should be the default, as they are in nature.

Technically, it doesn't mean the English language is broken if we made the word man as some sort of "default". It's just language, it's a system we use to communicate with people.

I also don't mind using "they" as a pronoun when the sex of a person is unknown; I especially prefer it to "he" which just conjures up the image of a male in my mind.

Does thinking up an image of a male affect your ability to communicate and treat someone else like you would a treat a woman differently from a male? We're all surrounded by things that can affect our biases (e.g non-english names) but it doesn't mean we should change the language to teach society to have an open mind. If we start doing that, we should get rid of racial identifying words, like "Chinese" and make everyone who speak English call themselves English names. When I use the word "he", I think "word to use to address an unknown individual" and less image of a male (as that's what I associate with), I don't let the bias affect my ability to communicate and investigate situations, as I've already mentally filtered people into the "unknown" department. Other people do the same thing.

Changing that one word would prevent us from having to turn our entire language gender-neutral one word at a time, which seems to be the current movement (congressperson, mail person, ect.) it's just awkward.

Changing the language to make it "gender neutral" isn't going to help (we're already seeing the effects of that push from the TRAs).

it's just awkward.

No it's not. You're at this point no different from TRAs who feel there's an issue with language being sexist (I just realise there's an irony to me arguing with another feminist about restructuring the English language when this post is about mocking TRAs having an issue with pronouns).

We have a perfectly good gender-neutral word for all humans: "man", and the only thing we'd need to do is refer to men as weremen. No other words would need to change.

There is no need to change any other words at all or try to start a trend of using a different word, the language right now is perfect (aside from some slang words being ruined). I wouldn't mind people using the word "she" as the default word, because technically, we don't know the sex of the person, and it doesn't really change today's language in a way to introduce a new word (or reintroduce an old word that's almost no longer used) and go against it's structure and "he" at it's basic purpose, isn't far off from "she", so it's not even a massive leap to make "she" a gender-neutral word as either word can be used to address whatever unknown person (they both can be used as placeholder pronouns). If you think about it, using "she" is as correct as using "he" from a pragmatic point of view, as they both can be used to address the individual if you have no idea what is their sex.

If it says anything, if you suddenly ask me if I'm talking to a woman or a man, and after seeing me use "he" online, you're going to find me first thinking "woman", because I tend to subconsciously project some level of my image to strangers online (which I think I read somewhere in psychology which many people do when interacting with others), the default "he", even though an image of a "male" comes to my mind has a lot less impact than you think and I'm not a unique case (and I doubt I'm uncommon either). I don't put any stock to my shallow thoughts on anyone I'm conversing with (those thoughts are irrelevant to how I should communicate with someone), unless I know who they are (e.g. an adult who understands basic English).

I looked up "wereman" and haven't got any sources of the word existing so I'm curious where you got this word and its etymology from. I looked up "man" and got that it's from the old germanic word from "mann". I found the word "wer" which is Old English and by itself meant "man", nothing I read has shown there's been an etymological connection to "werewolf".

Edit: Wording

Just ribboned campus and now I’m scared. by wokuspokus in GenderCritical

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No, leave them there. Include the men too. There are some gendercritical males who disagree with this nonsense and the more you tunnel your focus purely on how much it affects women, the more males will believe that this problem affects women only (it doesn't, it affects them too). Try promoting the movement to both females and males. There was a boy who was forced to transition (look up David Reimer) and a girl who transitioned because the medical practitioners were too woke to figure out it's just a little girl who does not fit the stereotype of a girl (Keira Bell), find more and use those as examples.

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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Actually some GC people will call TiMs and TiFs "they"

They're a minority. Majority of Gendercriticals use the correct terminology.

Speaking of Old English, we really need to start calling men "weremen" again and allow "men" to be gender-neutral

I honestly don't like that because the term sounds awesome and I don't like calling the male race "weremen" (sounds almost like saying werewolf and it makes them sound sort of cool, but really, that's just my personal view of how it sounds). From a pragmatic viewpoint, it's well ingrained in society's consciousness "men" refers to males and can also refer to humans in general depending on the context (much like "he" is also gender neutral). I never came across "weremen" until today but have encountered "he" in more recent years (slightly before the TRA movement gained more traction) so I think that would be more recent in the English speaker's psyche. I really don't see the point of changing our English language at all especially if we're living in a globalised world and the language is so widespread and taught around the world.

I felt certain this must be a parody account but it appears not by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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If it makes you feel better, there're some people on that twitter thread mocking that post and pointing out reality to her. I'm very tempted to create a second Twitter account to join the fun.

I felt certain this must be a parody account but it appears not by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Gendering animals serves to normalise bioessentialist conceptions of gender. When we gender animals, we forget that sex is assigned. We begin to believe that sex is literally ~in~ the body.

Yes, sex is assigned and the reason why I have a uterus is because the doctor decided that I must be a "birthing person" and not because of chromosomes, biology 101! I should just create a second Twitter account just to have a go at these loons like what the other people on that thread is doing.

Silly TRA, didn't you know "gender is not the same as sex", and you basically said "they're both the same"?

This is why we should just call them "he". They even take your pandering as an insult. by usehername in GenderCritical

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Gender Criticals have decided to use "they/them" as an insult for people they don't deem worthy of being called "she/her" and suddenly they understand exactly how to construct sentences with a gender neutral pronoun.

They're so up their own ass in their victimhood mentality to lack the cognitive ability to figure out that we use "they" and "them" because they are collective words used by the speaker to address a group of people, not gender-sensitive snowflake individuals. I've been addressing unknown individuals with "he" because that was the Old English gender neutral word if you don't know the individual's sex. No one here is pandering to them, we are all using proper English and they are just looking to be offended by any little thing. Drama queens.

CHILD MARRIAGE...CONSENSUAL? by claimit in GenderCritical

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Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican, vetoed the bill last May, saying it created a "does not comport with the sensibilities and, in some cases, the religious customs, of the people of this state."

People need to be taught how to argue what is a general morally good tradition to keep and what is one that needs to be stopped immediately. Culture and religion be damned if it's going to force a child into a position where they are more likely to be abused and disenpowered either through financial, educational means etc.

Listen up by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Oh, it seems so accurate.

Side benefits - "she" has got swimmers! by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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No, only the liberal brainwashed ones. They're very much like lesbian women who went from dating a woman, to dating a straight man and claim they are "trans gay" or some crap like that, but not even say "bisexual" (I watched this happen). The extreme lengths people go to keep claiming they're homo is not mutually exclusive to the heteros.

Opting out of oppression by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I feel women have more beautiful variance on their bodies, but males seem a bit straight, like if you look at the outlines of their body, they're more straight than women. Women in general seem to have a more balanced mixture of curves and straight lines. I appreciate the athletic, handsome face-sculpted males, but if I were given a selection of women models to look at vs men models, I feel women models, in general would be much more preferred.

Listen up by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Garish coloured haired. Check.

Opting out of oppression by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I find women in general prettier than men no matter the race, I'm straight. Men (ones I find good looking) to my instinct are just something to have sex with and aren't as something to be admired as art compared to beautiful women (not that I mind, I have my own female body parts and dating someone with the exact same thing just seems to reduce variance in my life).