Article - "How Tumblr Taught Social Justice to a Generation of Teenagers Tumblr's unique culture normalized queerness and social justice. Without it, where will Gen Z turn?" by BEB in GenderCritical

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Tumblr screwed up a generation with the misapplication and twisting of language, sociology, history, epistemology, etc.

Actual book on Amazon Kindle and it won't let me report it. by our_team_is_winning in GenderCritical

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It's already disgusting to wear you female relative's clothing, but to force a child into your fetish...only a bullet can cure this.

"Transjacking Biology" (great article from The Center for Bioethics And Culture Network - other interesting GC-ish articles on their site) by BEB in GenderCritical

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I like this site. Thanks for sharing1

‘I Feel Strong and Free’: Running Takes Hold Among Women in Somaliland (Published 2020) by eddyelric in GenderCritical

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HARGEISA, Somalia — “Why can’t you just stay at home?” the man shouted at the two young female runners as they darted by on the racecourse — wearing long skirts, arm-covering T-shirts and running tights in the 90-degree heat.

He was not the only person jeering the women running in this 10-kilometer race, part of an annual event that includes a marathon, where more than 250 of the 320 contestants this year were men. But some spectators had kinder words.

“Run and beat the boys with the skinny legs!” urged a woman decked in a brown jilbab, a traditional loosefitting robe, as a different pair of women sprinted past. All the female runners were dressed in line with Muslim practice in the region, which calls for most of a woman’s body to be covered.

The marathon began two years ago as a fund-raiser for education in Somaliland, which declared independence from Somalia in 1991, setting up its own Parliament, currency and flag.

The breakaway region, in the northwest of Somalia, is not recognized internationally. But in contrast to areas in the south, which are plagued by clan infighting and terrorism, Somaliland is an oasis — attracting tourists, hosting a prominent literary festival, and even enticing multinationals like Coca-Cola.

The running events are part of this cultural and commercial outreach, with athletes from all over the world participating. This year, runners from 16 nations came to Hargeisa, the region’s capital, to take part.

Each year, more Somali women have been competing, though only in the 10-kilometer event, and the increased participation reflects how life is changing, albeit slowly, for women here.

In Somaliland’s male-dominated society, government, business and the media are still almost the exclusive preserve of men. Women are twice as likely as men to be unemployed and less likely to reach higher levels of education, and face persistent obstacles in winning elections, according to a study published last year.

Still, in recent years, there have been hints of change, with women becoming doctors, entrepreneurs, teachers and human rights activists.

And some are running.

Hanna Mukhtar, 17, runs each morning at dawn on the outskirts of Hargeisa, usually with a teenage friend.

There are barely any sidewalks, let alone running tracks. But by leaving the city proper, they avoid the traffic that clogs its sandy roads, where donkey carts and S.U.V.s jostle for space.

Goats and sheep wander aimlessly, and the city’s minarets and colorful corrugated roofs appear in the distance.

Here, the young women don’t have to withstand the stare and taunts from men and some women who disapprove.

“When I run, I feel strong and free,” said Ms. Mukhtar, who won the 10-kilometer run this year and last.

With one million people, Hargeisa has grown over the past few years. Shopping centers, apartments and hotels have sprung up. New restaurants, serving camel steak, and sweet and creamy tea, have opened, along with cultural centers offering live music and dance.

The city’s center bustles with activity, as traders sell spices and frankincense next to vendors with textiles imported from China. Money changers with wads of cash sit under billboards advertising telecom companies promising cheap data and international call rates.

Asma Dhamac, a psychologist and mental health advocate, also likes to run with friends outside the city in the early hours of the day, taking advantage of the cooler morning air.

Even amid the acacia trees and quiet roads, she said they still sometimes encounter people who chide them.

“They would say: ‘Women are not allowed to run or wear trousers. You will become barren,’” said Ms. Dhamac, who competed in the 10-kilometer race this year.

Comments like this do not seem to be making much of an impression, though, on Somali women.

In 2018, the first year of the event, only 13 women competed in the 10-kilometer race, and only five of those were Somali. This year, 55 Somali women ran in the event, out of 63 female competitors.

Edna Adan, a former foreign minister in Somaliland and a pioneer activist in the struggle to end female genital mutilation, sees this as an important sign.

A former runner herself, the 82-year-old Ms. Adan, founder of a respected maternity hospital, said it was important to remind Somali female runners that what mattered was “the training they did, the preparation they made and the ability that they could keep up with women of different countries.”

The race is about reminding young girls that their gender or nationality isn’t “a handicap” to their own success, Ms. Adan said.

At this year’s 10-kilometer race, it seemed as if the women found support in each other.

The competition began at 7:30 a.m. in the Hargeisa Stadium. The women jostled against one another, running on the grass carpet of the arena before hitting the labyrinthine streets and alleys of the city, where tea shops and kiosks were just opening up.

Throughout the relatively flat route, they ran in pairs, sometimes pulling each other by the hand, and encouraging one another to keep going even after some gave up and started walking a few kilometers in.

Women in Hargeisa who are interested in sports are finding other outlets besides the marathon. One is the Lions Women’s Football Initiative — an informal soccer league that also offers training for women in self-defense and running, along with workout and nutrition guidance.

Just a few months after it started in 2016, dozens of young women came to train and run at a private pitch rented by its founders, Asma Saed and Savannah Simons, who both work for the marathon.

That, Ms. Simons said, showed “a genuine need for sporting participation.”

Grandmothers and children come to watch the teenagers work out every week. In the beginning, said Ms. Simons, a British national, so did young boys, who crowded the gates or got on the walls around the pitch to peer and jeer at the women. They are no longer doing that.

“It’s slowly becoming normal to see a girl running,” she said.

Other spaces dedicated to women’s swimming, yoga, basketball, and taekwondo have also sprung up in the past two years in Hargeisa. And many young women are also forming groups and exercising before going to work or after they leave university, said Marwa Mawliid, a soccer coach at the Ubah Inspire and Fitness Center.

When the center was established in 2017, “people thought we were crazy,” Ms. Mawliid said.

“They would ask, ‘Why do you need to be fit? Why do you need to run? Are you men?’” she said. “Many people don’t understand that a healthy mind is in a healthy body.”

Many say it will take time before a full cultural shift supporting female running takes root. But Ms. Mukhtar, the 17-year-old runner, isn’t waiting.

Next year, she’s aiming to become the first Somali woman to compete in and finish the marathon itself.

And her ambitions after that: “I want to run for my country,” she said. “I want to compete on the global stage.”


Bolding is mine.

Great article by Jennifer Bilek on how body dysphoria is being sold to girls by the media as progressive, cool and edgy by BEB in GenderCritical

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We live in a cyberpunk, dystopian reality. That last line really freaked me out. Having our organs stolen and rented out and amputated for the sake of the free market is truly a mark of hell.

I don't have anything to add but my personal expression of disgust.

A Follow-Up Study of Boys With Gender Identity Disorder (about persistence and desistence of gender identiy) by BiologyIsReal in GenderCritical

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Of the 139 participants, 17 (12%) were classified as persisters and the remaining 122 (88%) were classified as desisters.

More evidence as to why "trans kids" is a terrible idea

BBC Radio 4 asks - "Seriously... - Is it still OK to read Harry Potter?" by BEB in GenderCritical

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You wouldn't say this about H.P Lovecraft or George Orwell or Robert Heinlein, despite their views on women and racial minorities.

TIMES UK - "A French-American academic has alleged that the philosopher Michel Foucault was a paedophile rapist who had sex with children while living in Tunisia in the late 1960s." by BEB in GenderCritical

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My understanding is that it was a longstanding custom for French men of means and learning in the colonial era and afterwards to travel to North Africa and the Middle East looking for boys and girls to fuck, or both.

I've only ever seen radfems point out the fact that prostitution functions as an excellent tool of imperialism. Once a people's land is destroyed and controlled by a foreign power, the impose themselves onto the population in every way.

Woke Beardy Bro US journalists starting to Peak Trans. And Our Gal, Charles Clym*r, is helping them climb. Or rather, clymb ;-) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Glad to hear some good news. I really hope people rip off Clymer's sheep mask once and for all.

Tons of subreddits went private in protest of Reddit defending the admin Aimee Challenor by EmptyCode in GenderCritical

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Sadly, yes.

Tons of subreddits went private in protest of Reddit defending the admin Aimee Challenor by EmptyCode in GenderCritical

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Something will have to be done soon, word is already spreading around.

Tons of subreddits went private in protest of Reddit defending the admin Aimee Challenor by EmptyCode in GenderCritical

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r/FemaleDatingStrategy is one of the few female -oriented subreddits to join in on this protest. I think that's quite telling.

A group of UK school teachers discuss the 'Super Straight' movement (in which people say they're only attracted to members of the opposite sex) and conclude that if a child says this, he or she needs to be reported as it's a sign of far right radicalisation by BEB in GenderCritical

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User 1 saying that superstraight is privileged young white men making transphobic jokes that are not innocent in nature, likening it to "I only like white people".

People are allowed to have their preferences, as long as they are not violent and cruel towards those who don't fit their preferences. Dating is a very personal thing that should not be held to woke standards. To be mad at someone for having preferences, is to be entitled to someone's attention/love.

Great thread on how TERFology will win in the end ;-) by BEB in GenderCritical

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They always compare themselves to black people because they have no history of their own. Most black people I know are very skeptical of trans claims and are quick to explain the history and difference. I think we should make a point of how trans ideology will negatively effect students from (black) working-class families from obtaining scholarships.

Rapper Lil Mama says she’s going to start a "Heterosexual Rights movements against LGBTQ Bullying" after being called "transphobic" for opposing the transitioning of minors by BEB in GenderCritical

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That's a name I haven't heard in a long time. I'm glad she's taking a stand.

Women complain they feel invalidated on Grindr by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The weird thing about mastectomies is that they make the chest unnaturally flat. Men, especially fit men, tend to have some material in their chest. Once I noticed that, I couldn't stop seeing it.

VICE - 2021 is the year of the bimbo by anxietyaccount8 in GenderCritical

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I feel sorry for young girls today. Imagine being bombarded with woke propaganda on how being a bimbo is empowering or how jabbing testosterone shots in your ass turns you into a manly man.

British Columbia, Canada is rewriting 70 Different Regulations to Include All Gender Identities (All 7 + billion gender identities? Because we each have our own - it's called a personality) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Why is BC ground-zero for gender nonsense in Canada? Is it the proximity to Seattle?

Thoughts and open discussion on the intersection between Pedophilia and TRA by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I came across this archive from Dr Em on Twitter talking about a pedophile manifesto: https://archive.is/HQxWA

Chris Elston, who put up I LOVE JK Rowling billboards in US & Canada, beaten up by trans activist thugs tonight for holding signs incl. "Children Can't Consent To Puberty Blockers" by BEB in GenderCritical

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Damn, I didn't hear about that! Imagine being beaten for being gay at a gay march.

Looks like YouTube added word "homosexual" to profanity filter and now comments with this word are automatically deleted by ColoredTwice in GenderCritical

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How frustrating. Does "same-sex attracted" work?

People are getting banned for calling out trans activist Alok Vaid-Menon tweet saying that “little girls are kinky” and should be sexualised. by VioletRemi in GenderCritical

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Most pedos think being gay is a fetish like them.

Gender Propaganda at Work by WildApples in GenderCritical

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we will be taught how to create "gender euphoria."

No thanks, I've got a vibrator at home, lol.

RED ALERT!!!! Americans - Equality Act being fast tracked through SENATE - CALL, CALL, CALL the SENATE NOW!!! by BEB in LGBDropTheT

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I've emailed my senators but this website looks confusing.

Look at what got a GC feminist suspended from Twitter. We are living 1984. by BEB in GenderCritical

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Child porn is allowed but honest women are not. I cannot wait for the day the website sinks!

"Whxn will mxn rxalize it doxsn't mattxr how mxny x's thxy do or dxn't add to the wxrd womxn thxy're alwxys going to be fxcking mxn." by BEB in GenderCritical

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I wonder where the x even came from.

It is official! It is now transphobia to deny that PiV sex is gay! by ThrowMeAway2879 in LGBDropTheT

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This feels worse than normal homophobia. The redefinition of gay sex; sounds like it's been hollowed out and replaced with something more "woke" and palatable to these freaks.

The ACLU has another mantrum: “Sex work is work. It's time to treat it that way.” by BEB in GenderCritical

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I wonder what will happen to the ACLU after this gender stuff. Will it be a hollow shell of itself, or will it collapse?

Website to share stories of what effect gender ideology had on your involvement in left-leaning political parties, social movements, and organizations by BEB in GenderCritical

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I'm glad this exists and I hope there will be an archive of it. I heard that TRAs on Twiiter are trying to take down the website, unfortunately.

Reddit - I feel like I have lost language for gender issues by jet199 in GenderCritical

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I need to find that study that said 97% of Latinos don't use it.

Even notice how stupid the "men better at math" stereotypes are? by spinningIntelligence in GenderCritical

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Honestly, mathematics or at least arithmetic is a series of skills one can learn and improve. By placing into gender stereotypes, you create explicit and implicit rules for how men and women are to approach knowledge.

Reddit - I feel like I have lost language for gender issues by jet199 in GenderCritical

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This is why we protest these language changes!

Lessons in how to "walk like a woman." by JulienMayfair in GenderCritical

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They can't be "women" without gender stereotypes. Imagine paying someone to help you walk.

(never mind actual female skeletons, with their greater Q angles, wider pelvis and lower centres of gravity.)

I got hung up on when I called Rachel Levine a "he." by BEB in GenderCritical

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It shouldn't be surprising the same lobbyists paying the Democrats would also pay the pockets of Republicans.

Article "Trans-Tech Is A Budding Industry: So Why Is No One Investing In It?" (They are! & they're buying politicians with the $$$) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Just another step towards full transhumanism, IMHO.

Best-Selling Controversial Book on Transgender People Removed From Amazon 3 Years After Publication by worried19 in GenderCritical

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Here's an link to download this book for yourself: http://library.lol/main/612F3DAAAF581A5F44393FBA159811CC

The Emperor's New Clothes: Levine edition by our_team_is_winning in GenderCritical

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I never want to hear "my side supports science" or "right side of history" for the rest of my life.

Bill to ban Female Genital Mutilation passes in Wyoming despite pushback by radical trans activists - they really do hate women... by BEB in GenderCritical

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This was from a while back, but I'm not surprised the TRAs went after this. They love censoring actual African women on FGM on Twiter and other forms of social media.

Thought: A group of men can now hang out in the women's bathroom by VdeVulva in GenderCritical

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Sometime, I just want to cry. it's never enough for them, isn't it?

The New Tuskegee Experiment: The Slow Death of Black Men by Transgenderism by our_team_is_winning in LGBDropTheT

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I posted some of those articles the other day and I wanted to create a discussion on these issues. I can see why some might perceive of GC people as conspiratorial, although that is not my intention.

Why are those faggoty gay men so triggered by the lust they feel for women? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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What could possibly be woman-hating about not having sex with a woman? Trans nonsense sounds a lot like incel ideology...

PARENTS magazine: "Gender isn’t limited to boys and girls, so it’s time to break the habit of assuming people must be one or the other. The best place to start? Teaching the right concepts to our children." by BEB in GenderCritical

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We need to construct a list of all the corporations funding this woke stuff.

Lesbian/Queer/Questioning by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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How long until his account gets banned?

The New Tuskegee Experiment: The Slow Death of Black Men by Transgenderism by hetisachoice in LGBDropTheT

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David was so young. Isolated and awkward, he was a prime target for Woke Narcissists who use and discard black boys like him. His body is permanently altered and he still thinks he needs more plastic surgery. Sometimes, I fear for the future.

After being harassed by trans activists, anti-female genital mutilation activist, Hibo Wardere, tells the transgender mob to back off by BEB in GenderCritical

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His condescension towards Jana Cornel really peaked me back in the day.

After being harassed by trans activists, anti-female genital mutilation activist, Hibo Wardere, tells the transgender mob to back off by BEB in GenderCritical

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I love her! She needs to make a YouTube channel!

If you only understood how much we need to experience fibroids and dying in childbirth... by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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I remember on Tumblr a few years back, how they blamed Janice Raymond for the fact that John Hopkins Hospital decided to not perform SRS anymore.

What is it with educated women comparing "transphobia'" to "white supremacy"? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I'd almost argue it's a form of racism, as if those habits are exclusive to white people and we shouldn't "appropriate" their culture of success. I imagine if one time-travelled to the 1860s-1950s and tried to explain this phenomenon to black Americans. I'm sure they'd laugh at you.

Scruff seems to have lost their marbles, too. Look at all of this exotic insanity they have in their "gender identity" options. by Beryl in LGBDropTheT

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woman of trans experience

I'd use this for job searching, especially in this woke environment.

What is it with educated women comparing "transphobia'" to "white supremacy"? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I think it's a form of learned helplessness. If you are so full of despair, you won't fight back. You lose the drive to improve yourself and your situation. You blindly obey what is told to you by people who have it all together.

Kathy Griffin, Un-Funny Has-Been, viciously sets her Twitter followers after young athlete fighting to save women's sports - F YOU KATHY GRIFFIN by BEB in GenderCritical

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I think that many of today's "Progressives" hate conservatives so much that they will fervently endorse any insanity solely because conservatives are against it.

Absolutely! I think this trend is older than gender stuff, considering the liberal support for Islamism and prison abolition. You could write a whole book on how progressive views are just conservative/libertarian views with an "inclusive" paint.

Gender surgeon calls cutting off girls' breasts "yeeting the teets" and calls herself Dr. Teetus Deletus by BEB in GenderCritical

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Each kid who transitions is million $ + in profit over the course of their life.

That's terrifying! Do you have a link for that?

Canadian GLOBE & MAIL article - "What white feminism inherits from white supremacy" by BEB in GenderCritical

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Thanks for posting the article! Sadly, it's a mangled mess. Also, they speak of kindness as a cultural token that "white" women abuse, when we have evidence of that same kindness being used towards women as a way to get us to lower our guards and deny reality. When women put niceness above safety and reason, we suffer for it.

What is it with educated women comparing "transphobia'" to "white supremacy"? by BEB in GenderCritical

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I've been seeing a serious uptick in what people, typically PMC liberals, call white supremacy. Fitness, punctuality, saving money, taking care of your children, etc. They're watering the language down for argument points.

That B is getting a bit above its station in life by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I want this in a future textbook.

Labour Trans Equality are at it again. Number 6 and number 8 are specially noteworthy. by linda_senora in GenderCritical

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God, it all sounds so dystopian.

GAG: "America needs more babies." Opinion piece by Ross Douthat in NYT by akkordeonplayer in GenderCritical

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They don't mention the hard work that goes into raising kids. This plan might financially benefit families but I doubt that will patch the rift in female unemployment.

Trans rights activists pretend that the only people who oppose their views are radfems. by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

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Funny, most radfems I've met used to liberal allies who supported trans stuff until it crossed a line. Whether it be censorship of female biology or talking over non-western women talking their non-western lives, every woman had a "peak" moment where they couldn't hold it in anymore.

I strongly believe they go after these women because they're a smaller target and less physically intimating.

Gay-hating televangelist Pat Robertson jumps on board the Trans Train by BEB in GenderCritical

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I was just about to post this. I always imagined religious people, especially Christians, would be offended by the idea that God made a "mistake". Guess I was wrong.

Canadian high school Social Justice class asked, “Are you a bigot if you don’t want to date trans?” by BEB in GenderCritical

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Gross and weird. Trans people and many woke people, seem to have forgotten "NO means NO"! If they weren't so entitled to other people's boundaries, they might be tolerable.

Eddie Izzard wants to be UK’s first transgender MP (Labour) by BEB in GenderCritical

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I guess his publicity stunt worked.

I Got Banned by suedonym1984 in GenderCritical

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Please tell me you have archives on your essays.

Medium suspends account of Sue Donym by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Damn I wish archived more of his worls

Interesting thing I noticed about Trans-Identified individuals as they get older & the theory that got me thinking. by pacmanla in LGBDropTheT

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I've actually heard of some transgender people forgetting that they have transitioned due to dementia. As the trans population grows older, who knows what consequences will appear.

There is little research at the international level to help us understand the experiences and needs of trans people living with dementia, despite population aging and the growing numbers of trans people including the first cohort of trans older adults. There is a need to understand the widespread barriers, discrimination and mistreatment faced by trans people in the health and social service system, and the fears trans people express about aging and dementia. Anecdotal evidence from the scarce literature on the topic of LGBTQ populations and dementia suggest that cognitive changes can impact on gender identity. For example, trans older adults with dementia may forget they transitioned and reidentify with their sex/gender assigned at birth or may experience ‘gender confusion.’ This raises crucial questions, for example regarding practices related to pronouns, care to the body (shaving, hair, clothes, etc.), social gendered interactions, health care (continuing or not hormonal therapy) and so on. This article fills a gap in current literature by offering a first typology of responses offered by academics who analyzed the topic of dementia and gender identity, to trans older adults with dementia who may be experiencing ‘gender confusion,’ namely: (1) a gender neutralization approach; (2) a transaffirmative stable approach; and (3) a trans-affirmative fluid approach. After providing critical reflections regarding each approach, we articulate the foundations of a fourth paradigm, rooted in an interdisciplinary dialogue regarding the interlocking systems of oppression faced by trans older adults with dementia, namely ageism, ableism/sanism, and cisgenderism.

In honor of Dr. Levine’s stunning and brave stand for lgbT rights, let’s take a look at their past endeavors by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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The problem is Levine's perversion and mishandling of the COVID lockdown, not his immutable traits.

So does this mean Gigi isn’t a big old out and proud lesbian after all? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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The egg analogy just creeps me out.

So does this mean Gigi isn’t a big old out and proud lesbian after all? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Kinda like the art therapist from the movie Parasite (2019). Honestly, I don't blame them.

President Biden Moves to End Female-Only Sports and Services On His First Day In Office — Women's Liberation Front by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I woke up this morning to all the talk. I was expecting this to take over a course of several months, not like this.

Clip: ACLU would be perfectly happy with a women's team made up of all TiMs by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Wow, she only has tumblr slogans. And the end where he puts that down as a yes.

OKCupid baking their ideology into their platform a great example of problematic dogma in Big Tech by jjdub7 in GenderCritical

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Just another reason to minimize social media. I can't wait for this lockdown shit to be finished so I can go back to normal social relationships.

Single-sex spaces: it’s not all about the toilets - uncancelled by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Short, sweet and to the point!

Planning underway for the trans Holocaust by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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How disappointing. Woke women are willing to throw out all their rights for validation.

Lack of Empathy for Women and Other Groups by meandering_vines in GenderCritical

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Wow, you're just dropping lots of resources! Thank you!

NPR: Discussing Breatfeeding Makes Trans Parents Feel Uncomfortable by JulienMayfair in GenderCritical

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I always thought it was a dumb thing for Americans to be so obsessed with breastfeeding, like I've met so many people who thought it was sexual or immoral.

'Transgender' Adults Drop-Kick, Stamp Teen for 'Transphobic' Remark; Get Court, Media Sympathy | Women Are Human by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I barely heard about this anywhere outside of GC spots. I honestly hope that young man is recovering from his wounds with a supportive family.

Femininity is... a coozy blanket and warm hot chocolate by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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How sad. Imagine thinking you can't have hot cocoa and be a man.

Why does Ofcom pander to the lunatic fringes of transgender activism? | Josephine Bartosch | The Critic Magazine by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I'm really liking this site. This is a good article to share.

Trans women retain athletic edge after a year of hormone therapy, study finds by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Water is wet, I suppose.