Monthly Archives: April 2012

youarenotyou on Tumblr Wants to Shoot Radical Feminists!

ABOUT ……i wish i could quit youa few things about me: i am desi, agender (currently w/o preferred pronouns), queer, hard femme, a nasty slut, a huge bitch, reverse racist, crazy as hell, and not fucking sorry.i deleted my blog & then came back, if you’re wondering why you no longer follow me. xo

Some Trans Folx on Tumblr Are Angry Because Females Disagree with Them!

April 6, 2012 HEY. HEY YOU. CIS PEOPLE. READ. blackenedbutterfly: youarenotyou: There are a shit load of radfems attacking trans women on tumblr right now and y’all are fucking SILENT.  And you call yourselves allies. I am disgusted. This ENTIRE THREAD (TRIGGER WARNING for transphobia and ableism) needs you to come collect your fucking people. The radfems are […]

Name the Problem

In February, George Zimmerman – a male adult – murdered Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old child. Much has been written – rightly so – raising questions about race and racism in the murder itself and the subsequent lack of prosecution. A noteworthy piece by my friend Meredith Moise takes this analysis a step further and challenges us to consider how […]

One Reason Why Females Want Female-only Space

Because some Trans Women are violent. See this post, which I copypaste below.

Christy is more of a woman than me

She wins the femininity war, hands down. She somehow came to the conclusion I disdain her. I don’t disdain you. I hope you are happy! You look happy. I think you disdain females, though.

Threats, We Got Threats!

threats plural of threat (Noun) A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not…:  “the family has received death threats” A menace of bodily harm, such as may restrain a person’s freedom of action. Old Roz K. post “explaining” threats.

“Technology on the Social and Ethical Aspects of Transsexual Surgery” By Janice G. Raymond

Technology on the Social and Ethical Aspects of Transsexual Surgery By Janice G. Raymond Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Women’s Studies Hampshire College/University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts June, 1980 The subject of transsexualism, whether raised in the public forum or in the academic or medical communities, has been viewed generally as a medical issue that […]