SNL just called out JKR for a 2nd time and more undercutting of white women - 3rd week in a row by Anon123 in GenderCritical

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Not just white women. I've seen articles about black and Japanese women who do the same, often in Jamaica or the DR.

SNL just called out JKR for a 2nd time and more undercutting of white women - 3rd week in a row by Anon123 in GenderCritical

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Like the Rotherham rapes in the UK, where predominantly Pakistani men targeted thousands of white girls for sexual abuse. Horrific scandal and everyone STILL gets uncomfortable talking about the real dynamics at play.

SNL just called out JKR for a 2nd time and more undercutting of white women - 3rd week in a row by Anon123 in GenderCritical

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Jezebel recently ran an article blaming white women for racist porn.

"I understand the argument against biphobia, but..." by BiHorror in LGBDropTheT

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This is my main issue as a bi woman. You don't want to date me? Fine. What happens more often though: a lesbian will date me but imply I'm second-class or damaged goods, or she'll refer to bi women as men's sloppy seconds. Thankfully, I see way less of this than I did when I came out as a teenager.

Are bi people esp. at risk (health, etc.)? by PenseePansy in LGBDropTheT

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I'm bi. One thing I've noticed in my life (socially, in recovery and as a counselor) are people who've experienced hard lives and sexual trauma often have their boundaries eroded to nil. They've been numbed out of touch with their genuine desires and many have wound up doing sex work. Many people I've known like this say they are bi because they've had to sleep with same sex partners in their line of work, or they've done so in prison, or for drugs, or they just don't know how to say no to people.

But would they be straight or gay otherwise, if they'd grown up in a safe and healthy environment? I'm guessing some would. I'm not say this describes most bisexuals, I'm bi and know many healthy bi people. But I do think that trauma and mental illness push a certain population into habits and environments where they are pressured to convince themselves they are bi. Like a woman I know who would never seek a woman on her own, but has had 2 boyfriends who insist on her participating in threesomes and swinging and she goes along with it (without liking it) because she has numerous mental health issues and lets men walk all over her.

This man is upset that he cant become accidentally pregnant....because thats what all women hope for, obviously. by Twobigdogs in GenderCritical

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Imagine how this asshole treats his pregnant coworkers and relatives. Or how he votes in terms of reproductive rights.

Askamamager is down. by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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It's obvious from the comments that most people haven't read JKR's real words about this. Lots of "cishet" people on there performing wokeness and making it clear they've done zero research or given any critical thought to the topic.

Now that I know how Alison feels about this, I'm wondering if she has ever deliberately ignored questions about difficult trans employees/bosses that she's received. There are plenty of contentious issues in the workplace, like Tom from accounting suddenly hanging out in the employee fitness center women's locker room, or companies changing their stats on female leadership after 2 executives transition, or people being told to put their pronouns in their email signature. I'm guessing she would either ignore those questions or pretend not to see the problem. However, I do think she was sensible with the TIM who was peeved about seeing a coworker's menstrual products in her own car - if that was her column that tackled it.

All male bonding is rooted in the destruction of women by ghostprototype in GenderCritical

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Are you saying that abused women should have their thoughts and opinions disregarded?

You can’t make this up, they’re really just like that... by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Ditto. "Satanist" has become shorthand in my world for "self-involved, desperate for attention and insufferable" and joining the church has become a bragging right. I've never met a down-to-earth person who calls themselves a Satanist.

Why do so many women deny the existence of misogyny? by RedditHatesLesbians in GenderCritical

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I know a lot of conservative women like this. It's frustrating because so many of them seem to want the benefits of feminism AND the benefits of benevolent sexism and are never willing to challenge men or examine their own patriarchal complicity. They're happy to point out misogyny when another nation, religion or political party can be blamed, but when it's coming from inside the house? They almost always stay quiet. They want safety, respect and equal pay without the conflict of naming their own men as part of the problem.

That said, I also know women who feel judged about not being "pure" enough for feminism. To them, feminism isn't a place of support and positive change, it's a tribunal that will castigate them for wearing makeup, liking the wrong musicians and films, wanting to be a SAHM, etc. Or they read about sex-positive feminism and recoil because they don't see prostitution, porn or casual sex as good for women. I think a lot of women aren't even sure what a feminist platform is these days.

Why do so many women deny the existence of misogyny? by RedditHatesLesbians in GenderCritical

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Agree with all of this. Painfully true.

Theory: privileged woman + no kids, more likely to = trans-supportive? by NDG in GenderCritical

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I don't have children, but I have never been able to go for days without reminders that I'm female. Whether it's ovarian cysts hurting me or men harassing me in the street or watching mediocre male colleagues get accolades and attention while exceptional female colleagues get ignored or people assuming I'm a subordinate or the constant comments about my looks - it's always there. Couldn't escape it if I tried.

However, I do think you're right about privilege being a factor. I see this in friends who have media/academic jobs where they're surrounded by people with all the "right" views and they don't know a single person in prison or who's stayed in a women's shelter. The repercussions of trans activism are vague and distant to them. A lot of women's issues are.

Am I, a man, a lesbian? Wherein everyone says yes. by millionssomething in GenderCritical

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Wow, first he blames his mother for not even owning women's clothing - how old is he? And then falls down a giggly rabbit hole where commenters think "lesbian" is a pastel-colored pillow fight in lingerie. "Get ready for girls to tell you you're cute!" Dude, turn off the anime and go out into the real world where you are and will always be a man.

Riddle me this - where are all the women in their 40's and 50's who suddenly become trans? by Cacator in GenderCritical

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Almost all of them had girlfriends when they transitioned. Suddenly they were "Kyle" or "Jacob" or whoever, and growing facial hair, but they'd still come to every lesbian event and try to claim both identities. It was very weird.

Riddle me this - where are all the women in their 40's and 50's who suddenly become trans? by Cacator in GenderCritical

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I only know a few of them now. Inevitably, that circle splintered as they kept coming to LGB events while insisting they were men, not lesbians, and their lesbian partners were told to call themselves bi or straight - it was a hot fucking mess.

But I know one has detransitioned, one seems to be doing so without calling it that, and one is still with her original GF and "living as a man."

Riddle me this - where are all the women in their 40's and 50's who suddenly become trans? by Cacator in GenderCritical

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About 4-8 years ago, a ton of women in my circle transitioned. It was like dominoes falling, one after the other did it. They ranged from 30-mid 50s, I'd say. All lesbian. I don't know any straight women who've even considered it, except for a few fanfic writers obsessed with gay men - and their realism prevailed.

Woman getting shouted at for not raising the fist. by Cacator in GenderCritical

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They were just itching for her to perform Karenness, weren't they? They must be so disappointed they didn't get a better video out of their righteous fury.

A friend of mine posted a conplete misrepresentation of radical feminism by InvisibleWoman in GenderCritical

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Sorry, that wasn't my intention.

Why are they so obsessed with being anime characters? Entire comment thread so far is transbians by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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They HATE "terfs and Karens" in part because mothers are often the first line of defense in protecting their children from pedos and weirdos.

Excellent insight.

Saidit is hosted on a pro-transgender host. Ovarit is run by women, for women. I highly recommend it. Getting DDOSed, it could be a matter of time this place gets the boot too. by AshleyBackwoods in GenderCritical

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I asked here on one of the Ovarit threads and got an invite code sent to me.

Cancel Culture VS. Ellen by Anon123 in GenderCritical

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The Ellen stories remind me of how I've seen female executives treated over the years. There are always stories about them being snobby or cold or demanding, while truly terrible male executives are accepted until they get physically abusive. Exalted men are expected to be brusque, give commands, ignore low-level staff, maintain alliances with powerful men of dubious integrity as part of "playing the game." But high-achieving women must constantly demonstrate humility and deference to prove they don't feel superior to others.

To me, the question isn't "is Ellen rude? flawed?" but "is Ellen behaving more rudely than other male celebrities?" I virtually never hear about famous men being "mean" and "staff are told to never look them in the eye" and that kind of thing, only sexual harassment/abuse stories are circulated. Yet most of the male celebrities I've met act like gods and everyone scrambles to take care of their needs with jaw-dropping subservience. So whenever I hear that a female politician, actor or celebrity is arrogant.... Maybe they are but I'll start giving a shit when people hold male celebrities to the same standard.

Banned and silenced for giving advice to a vulnerable teen by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I don't recall GC banning black feminists. What??

Netflix's Sabrina and homophobia by 8bitgay in LGBDropTheT

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The show was so ridiculous when Theo worried about the big trans reveal - like supposedly Robin thought they were a regular guy and would be shocked by reality. Uh, no. Theo looks like a girl with a buzzed head and a flannel shirt.

City Council Threatens to Shut Down Women’s Legal Clinic for Not Prioritizing Males Who ID as Transgender - Sydney, Australia by PlayCardsNotPeople in GenderCritical

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The straight men in my life are over it too. Various reasons - sports, office politics, and the intense fear that the hot girl on Tinder will turn out to be a guy.

Even the wokeiest bros in my social circles who originally enjoyed lecturing women on not being TERFs have now realized they are asked to view transwomen as their leaders and authorities and so it's stopped being okay for them.

What do you think about "kinkshaming?" by threefingersam in GenderCritical

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I see more vanilla shaming these days.

Sick of male interpretation of media.. especially feminist analysis [Midsommar spoilers/discussion] by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Same, I was completely disturbed by this movie, just as I was haunted by Hereditary. I've decided to skip Aster's movies going forward because they're a celebration of trauma.

A friend of mine posted a conplete misrepresentation of radical feminism by InvisibleWoman in GenderCritical

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We can address misrepresentations of radical feminism and try to improve at the same time. This post's conversation is about inaccuracies in depictions of radical feminism. I won't be silent when that happens and I will continue to point out liberal feminists' hypocrisy.

A friend of mine posted a conplete misrepresentation of radical feminism by InvisibleWoman in GenderCritical

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I agree somewhat, but I see far worse in liberal feminist communities. There tends to be a very condescending "othering" of women of color, and an assumption that all feminists - even all women - are white middle-class+ Americans. Their silence toward TIM's comparisons of black women and TIMs speaks volumes.

I've also seen radfems accused of being racist simply for criticizing Islam or acknowledging that male violence is a global problem, rather than just "cishet white men."

“Some of the [trans]women pointed out that this is also true for cisgender women who struggle with fertility — yet, their inability to menstruate and to conceive a child doesn’t call their womanhood into question.” by Literallyawoman in GenderCritical

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Oh sweet Jesus. How long before your workplace TIM begins demanding special PTO every month? "But HR director, my period is much harder and more emotionally profound, and it doesn't help that Ashley in accounting got pregnant deliberately to upset me! I need a minimum of 4 paid days off every month in addition to my regular sick days and vacation time."

JK Rowling book sales unaffected by transgender views row by RadioSilence in GenderCritical

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Same. Should have known it was BS.

To all of you trans ladies out there by AdmiralPangolin in GenderCritical

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This reads like a parody of what TRAs think Gender Critical is. Most of us are concerned with protecting the rights of women and girls, not engaging in an insult war.

Trans women face potential women’s rugby ban over safety concerns by Echoofmiles in GenderCritical

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And notice the headline. Not "Women face safety concerns" but "Trans women face potential ban." Shows what's more important - hurt trans feelings compared to broken bones and ruptured spleens.

How much porn conversation is normal when hanging out with guys? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Guys like this don't have respectful relationships with women. Even if they seem timid or like they "don't think of you that way," even if their focus is always on some unattainable woman they worship and not you, their creepiness will spill onto you. Your time is precious - spend it on more rewarding people.

Nearly 30% of men say progress toward gender equality has come at their expense, according to new report by questioningtw in GenderCritical

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I mean... yeah, no shit. They will have to compete with women for jobs as well as men. Be asked to do more housework and childcare at home. Watch their wife walk out the door when they abuse her. Get called into HR for badmouthing a coworker after she turned him down. That's just fairness, but of course they see it only as loss.

Woman (A Man) jailed after police seize 80,000 child sexual abuse by joeytundra in GenderCritical

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Comments are blunt - men calling out a male predator. They never soften or qualify their language, they're as rude as they want to be, often with real names attached. No fears of getting fired or doxxed for them.

Why can’t my famous gender non-conforming friends get laid? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Agree. I get a lot of attention from men in gay bars - some are "straight" guys taking their first steps out of the closet, and then reverting to what they know. But most are out guys who are hoping to meet my cute male friends by chatting me up.

Is there no space for women on the left? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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There's plenty of space for women on the Left! Our role is to show up at marches, insist that lefty sexual harassers are innocent, always vote for even misogynist Democrat candidates, and keep smiling no matter how casually the Left tosses reproductive rights in the ditch and erases sex-based rights.

The Left thinks they can shit on us because where else will we go? TBH, I now get how certain fiscal conservatives have felt watching the Right be taken over by evangelists - but the difference is, Republicans use the religious insanity to attract votes while still running their swindle game behind the scenes. Democrat leaders are actually drinking the koolaid and looking to implement policy.

Positioning marriage as a desire for women rather than a necessity for men was a brilliant move by the patriarchy by WhyDoesHeDoThat in GenderCritical

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Yep. Permanent bachelor here. My world is full of men unnerved by my freedom (and sometimes hostile about it) and jaded married women over 35 telling me I made the right choice.

Terfs responsible for girldick?! by Yamyam in GenderCritical

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How stupid is the comment saying we don't understand how a TIM dick is different from a normal dick? STILL A DICK. Not a vagina.

And then they have the temerity to say we don't know much about trans bodies. Nah, we know the truth, unlike the "doctors can't even tell!" BS that gets propagated. It's them who don't know anything about women's bodies and women's desire. No wonder so many failed at dating as straight men.

Change.org believes that rape victims are discriminating against transgender women by believing that they were raped because they were born female by its1342 in GenderCritical

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Even women who normally scoff at feminism understand quite well that they could be/have been raped because they're female.

This shit is a toxic tsunami but you know what? It's showing Western women everywhere just how tenuous their "freedom" is and how many people would like to see us permanently silenced and subjugated. This is chilling, yes, but it's only revealing what's always been there. Now, instead of women thinking their experiences are individual and their husband/boss/rapist was just a bad egg, women are realizing this is class-based, not their fault and something they can fight through female solidarity.

I'm having an optimistic day, I guess.

Is the TRA "Karen" meme antiwoman? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Funny how it's okay, even applauded, to complain about white woman calling the police on black men - but it is NEVER acceptable to mention real incidents of black men harming women. Instead we have to pretend white women live in a safe and fancy privilege bubble that only "cishet white men" can penetrate.

Worth taking a peek at, if you were wondering why "trans women" seem to hate women so much. by puffball in GenderCritical

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This seems like a PUA handbook in its "I'm just like you miserable bastards, but I found a way out" message, transgender version. Pure propaganda. There's no way this guy got this far into his transition and still presents such a sugar-coated version. It's a fantasy where all women are dumb and living the easy life, he's having supersonic orgasms and he's now in the lesbian dating pool. Don't these fucknuts realize women pick up on their misogyny no matter how they're presenting?

Worth taking a peek at, if you were wondering why "trans women" seem to hate women so much. by puffball in GenderCritical

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That's what I was thinking.

Anger as rape crisis cenres recruit "self-identifying" women (Mail on Sunday UK) by endthewoo in GenderCritical

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So, they're rolling out the red carpet to predators?

We truly are in the most dystopian timeline.

Many bisexuals I know (including myself) are willing to date trans people. So why pressure gays and lesbians? by dandeliondynasty in GenderCritical

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I'm bisexual. Trans people have pursued me thinking I'm a lesbian (I had a high-profile LTR with a woman) and then are disappointed when they find out I'm bi - it's not as validating. Others have told me angrily that I have no reason for turning them down since I'm bisexual.

I really dislike the idea that bisexuals are the natural sex partners for TIM. I like men and women, but why would that mean I'm attracted to a man in bad makeup who's grown small breasts and has a dick that can't get hard? Nothing about that is what turns me on in men or women.

I've also met so many trans whose bizarre ideas of being a man (transmen condescending to me as the little woman) or lesbian (transwomen thinking 2 women together are a giddy romance of bubble baths and lingerie) tell me they could never be a viable partner. I think in general, trans people tend to bring a lot of issues to the table that make them unattractive to people. Those I know in solid relationships are with partners they had before transitioning.

Straight men won't sleep with me!! When a straight guy says he is not into me, nor other trans women, I feel butthurt–emotionally and, unfortunately, not physically. by joeytundra in GenderCritical

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"Heterosexuality failed ME!"

No, but it's failed women by the millions. This asshole's biggest problem is that pretty boys with philosophy degrees aren't lining up to bang him. In the meantime, women are reading the latest family annihilator news story and wondering how they can leave their husbands without ending up dead.

Do you think the number of misogynist, antisocial, and just generally unpleasant men is increasing? by TheSeventhSense in GenderCritical

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Yes and I think it was inevitable. Feminism taught women to raise their standards while many men still subscribe to male supremacism. Our expectations - hers for equality and respect, his for submission - were always going to end in a car crash. Men grow up seeing movies where they're the hero and the pretty girl is the prize. Their fathers and grandfathers were CEOs, senators, chiefs of staff while the only woman in the room was the secretary. Now they're adults and their female peers are out-achieving them, they may have to answer to a female boss, and they have to make themselves attractive to get a partner - because women don't need them for economic survival anymore.

No surprise that they show a growing bitterness and hostility toward women. Men feel cheated. Internet culture has allowed them to marinate in misogynist myths and porn has given them even more unrealistic expectations. They can never say "I'm wrong" so they double down on blaming women when their strategies fail. I have male relatives in their 20s who live in a fantasy world (all women have to do is complain about being complimented and a man will lose his job; all women are gold-diggers who use men for expensive dinners and stealing their husband's assets in divorce court, etc) and they simply will not listen to facts, statistics or the real people/situations around them. Their fantasy world is too attractive to their egos.

I don't know the solution. It's going to get worse before it gets better. This will change only when men realize it's hurting themselves - they don't care if something hurts women.

To anyone that still denies misogyny on Reddit: r/truelesbians was banned, but r/TrueGayMen remains. by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I've been to that sub a few times to see how overrun it was. Every time I went, there would be a much-liked meme of some cartoon and a slogan like "If your lesbianism doesn't include dicks, you're not a lesbian!" or some other phallic worship BS. It's obvious they run those constantly. It comes across as a recurring threat so everyone remembers to stay quiet about real lesbianism. So creepy.

Interview with Scott Newgent. "I am a 47-year-old transgender man. I was 41 when I began the process to transition from a woman to a man, and it has begun to concern me greatly that kids as young as my three children are now being encouraged to transition." by fijupanda in GenderCritical

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Unfortunately, when the letters LGBT are involved, people are quick to lend ‘support’ without investigating the facts, and that, quite frankly, is dangerous.

That's it right there. And I completely agree with the theory about companies using social media to market this poison to children.

Remember when liberal feminists hated Twilight because it romanticizes abuse? by WhyDoesHeDoThat in GenderCritical

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Friend and I were just talking about past furors over the lyrics of Blurred Lines and Baby, It's Cold Outside. Liberal feminists were so concerned with consent and boundaries then! Now, a man can tell a lesbian to take his girldick and crickets

Any of you ladies have any knowledge/thoughts/advice on birth control for a teen? by Yayme in GenderCritical

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Your post made me realize how rarely I see birth control discussions in women's spaces. And yet it's becoming an urgent conversation again with abortion rights going the way of the woolly mammoth, and the Right trying/succeeding to eliminate birth control coverage.

I took the Pill in high school. Looking back, my friends and I would have been better off with implant BC.

Buck Angel calls out reddit for banning r/detrans by gparmesan in GenderCritical

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If you told me in 2015 that I would come to immensely admire Buck Angel.... I would have asked why. How bizarre where a few years can take you.

A bunch more GC subreddits have been banned by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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True Lesbians being banned says it all. You don't have to be GC. You just have to say no to dick and they drop the ax.

I've been getting a lot of my COVID-19 info from Reddit but I'm done.

Black Woman Physically Attacked by TRAs (cross-posted from spinster.xyz) by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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According to one of her tweets, her own roommate texted the TRAs to give her location??? WTF???

This is why I cannot trust any TWAW believers. There is some serious internalized misogyny going on when women are eagerly handing over other women to the mob. Good for Alicia for telling her story, she's incredibly brave.

John Cleese hits peak trans and we are alive to see it by Camberian in GenderCritical

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When I read Mumsnet, I notice women are much more forthright in saying what they think - compared to a typical American lefty commenter section, where women craft sentences with visible effort not to offend anyone or get called out. There tend to be more opening apologies like "I realize I'm just a white cis privileged nobody, and please don't hate me, but just possibly I've noticed..." The difference fascinates me. Their threads are quite bold and refreshing.

Interesting temporising by Stephen King by Camberian in GenderCritical

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It's amazing how even when he says essentially "I'm on your side, TRA, but not when you're hateful and trying to silence women," they can't grasp this at all. Being hateful and silencing women IS their mission so they really don't understand what else there is that he can support.

I'm glad he didn't go quiet. At this point, every tweet creates more opportunity for responses that expose people to what's going on.

SCOTUS decisions increasingly favor males by WrongToy in GenderCritical

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Yeah, I have zero problem with what people wear and welcome men in dresses. However, I used to write materials for funeral home clients and they repeatedly stressed that the materials had to be super bland and basic - because grieving people need simplicity as their reading comprehension is typically lower than normal. They can be dazed, in shock, overwhelmed with emotion, unable to make simple choices, and can shut down at the first sign of contention (a family fight or old feud) or any kind of controversy. And they don't want older relatives or children asking loud questions or causing disruption. So funeral home staff tend to master this kind of low-key, gentle assistance where they dress conservatively and speak in low voices. It's the last place for drama and confusion or redirecting attention to a staff member. A reasonable person would grasp that and save "Aimee time" for after hours.

what happened on r/PCOS in screenshots by gparmesan in GenderCritical

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Good grief, they love their persecution complex! Woman offers compassion and understanding as she pleads to be allowed to state facts, she repeatedly rolls out the welcome mat for NBs and trans, and they STILL accuse her of "hateful bigotry" and "TERF invasions" and being made to feel "unsafe."

There's no pleasing them. Scolding and purging women is the point. If there's one thing TRA has taught me, it's how excited men get by punishing women. I always wondered why men put so much effort into the witch trials of yore - women were already subjugated, why not rest easy? Why make all the effort to humiliate, torture and kill so many women? The answer is they enjoy it. It's a hobby for some, a vocation for others. They can't feel dominant without actively invading and terrorizing women's spaces. They need our suffering and defeat to feel alive.

Transgenderism to transhumanism by jet199 in GenderCritical

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I read Martine's book "Digital Immortality" a few years ago before I knew who he was. My jaw dropped multiple times at his bizarre logic gaps and his clear inability to consider other people's rights and boundaries. No interest in privacy at all - he seemed to view people as raw material he could use to try out his theories. Very frightening individual.

If "transphobia" as defined by TRAs is hate speech, then has "hate speech" lost all meaning? by Riothamus in GenderCritical

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Not paranoid. Many of us think this. It's orchestrated and skillfully implemented to delegitimize LGB, feminism and the left.

Do you want to tell him, or should I? by womenopausal in GenderCritical

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They absolutely embody the worst of the Karen stereotype, from bad hair to trying to get people fired to expecting the world to cater to them.

JK Rowling just spoke again. She's fighting back by Lilith_Fair in GenderCritical

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I'm starting to worry about her safety. Not kidding. She's been so calm, eloquent and compelling that she is singlehandedly waking up millions of people to the truth and I worry that some of the more deranged (or well-funded) TRAs will try to shut her up for real.

As bad as some of the tweets to her are, I'm sure she, her publishers and associates are receiving truly frightening threats. They nailed a dead rat to the Vancouver rape crisis center, god knows what they will send or do to her.

Has anyone been keeping up on Vanessa Guillens story? by its1342 in GenderCritical

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I've been following it on YouTube. People are willing to call Fort Hood shady or criticize the military, but they won't use the words "misogyny" or "rape culture."

The whole story is so disgusting. I don't buy the official story - it's impossible that he hammered her to death and cleaned up himself and all the blood in such a short time and the K-9s didn't pick up on any death smell. We'll never know what really happened or how many men were involved in the cover-up. How do they sleep at night? Because they don't consider women human. They think we're their property to use and dispose of as they please.

There were over 5 "Karen" posts on r/popular today by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Alice, people are posting photos of random middle-age women in public and mocking them as Karens. Not because of their behavior, but because of their age and womanhood. Just being female and unsexy is now enough to deserve public shaming. Groups of men and women without masks are being labelled as Karens and people act as if only women are the problem while men get a pass. "Karen" may have started over rude women but now it is being used as code to villainize vast numbers of women who've done nothing wrong.

TIMs don’t just think they are women. They think they are better than them. by Moonwalker777 in GenderCritical

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Reminds me of the 50something guy on the TLC trans show who was shocked he didn't look like a beautiful teenage girl once he was dolled up. He really thought he could morph into the image in his head. It's just bizarre that they think their jaw line, brow ridge, hairline, wrinkles, broad shoulders, etc. are going to magically transform with a few hormone shots and a mascara wand.

Liberal feminism: the most shallow feminism ever by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Liberal feminism can also be straight up selfish: is me me me me me me. "I want MY equal pay, I want MY abortion when I need one, I want to be able to file a complaint when I'VE been harassed.... and as long as I can count on those things for me, personally, I'm not going to worry about the women who will never be paid fairly, will be forced to give birth, and are harassed/raped without recourse."

Their efforts end with securing their individual comfort, not liberating women from sex-based oppression. They have zero empathy for women without their advantages, and no understanding of what their own lives would be like as females were they born in less privileged circumstances.

Reddit says radical feminism is hate speech. by sosorreal in GenderCritical

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You can tell they really want Elliot Rodger's concentration camps for women to become a thing.

Argument with boyfriend last night about Reddit's censorship of women, and he called me a transphobe by sosorreal in GenderCritical

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Imagine a future with someone who always buys into media/online soundbites and slogans without thinking for himself or doing research. It would drive me crazy.

If your husband was disabled and was passionate about an issue hurting disabled people, how would he feel if you contradicted him without looking into the issue and then silenced him about it?

To all the men already here by bananasaft in GenderCritical

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You could start a sub that is more about general trans lobby criticism? It seems like there is a massive wave of people dying to discuss this and ally together, and I'm all for that. You might even get censored/hassled less if it's seen as a general population sub and not a women's sub. I would definitely post there. But at the same time, women need a place of our own.

To all the men already here by bananasaft in GenderCritical

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

Men have plenty of forums to enter conversations with women. Why can't we have one that's just for women? Why must men insert themselves into every single women's space?

I think it was fine the way it was before - men could post and comment and they did. But they were encouraged to go to GC Men or the GC Debate sub. Maybe what we really need is a specifically radfem GC sub and then a general GC sub for everyone. I recognize that lots of people are obsessed with this topic who aren't on board with radfem politics.

To all the men already here by bananasaft in GenderCritical

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learn from the experience they have just had

You make it sound like GC deserved to be kicked off Reddit. We followed their rules, the mods were exceptional in deleting dehumanizing content, and still got banned. Sounds like the only lesson to be learned is that men will try to silence women no matter what - not "be nicer to men."

I am not a radical feminist, but WTF reddit? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I realize humanity has never been great about being able to cordially discuss contentious topics. But it's gotten so much worse in recent years. It's just incredible to see "progressives" scream about fighting fascism and then turn around and use these tactics. It may be just a corner of the Left that's turning totalitarian, but they're the ones successfully influencing the media, government and business.

It's a terrible feeling to be politically homeless.

Proof that Reddit's banwave was extremely misogynistic by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Women are under attack. This is a hostile backlash affecting all women and it's deployed in insidious, often technological ways. Right now, as so many of us are focused on COVID-19, unemployment, the election, BLM, it's the perfect time to erase our rights because the media barely acknowledges it.

There's so little awareness of this happening to women as a class. Few people would discuss your friend's persecution as a strategy men use against women to punish, shame and control them; they'd see it as an individual issue and somehow blame her for it. Women ask to retain single-sex spaces and we're hateful bigots; men torment a woman with non-consenting public nudes and people shrug it off.

ThisNeverHappens went down about an hour ago... by TheFemMyst in GenderCritical

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Thank you for sharing those stories.

My new subreddit was banned. by teatii in GenderCritical

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Weird, because GC had men comment who would also regularly comment on "male subs" as well as trans subs. I'm curious what made you special that you would be preemptively banned.

Of course, you also erroneously said that GC banned all men, so I'm guessing you're a bit confused.

An Apology by BlackFemMagic in GenderCritical

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I completely understand why people can't be more outspoken. Our livelihoods are on the line.

I didn't hear about the MSNBC segment but ugh. :(

The sub r/bywomenforwomen (for r/gc refugees) was banned within two hours. by WrongToy in GenderCritical

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Are they? That's good to know. I checked out Announcements earlier in the day and mostly saw a lot of BS about "misandry."

Welcome to the new Gender Critical! by radfemanon in GenderCritical

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Exactly. We're getting too powerful and people are waking up. Run scared, little tyrants.