Tag Archives: censorship

Just Report Abuse, That Will Shut Women Up

The Transgender Law Center has noticed that some Transgender people get overwrought when making comments on articles, blogs, and other places on the Internet. I am guessing they’ve noticed things like Transgender people threatening to rape and kill Women and Feminists. Here, from the Transgender Law Center, are the 7 Tips: Responding to Transphobia Online! 1. Do not […]

One Down, How Many to Go?

WordPress has apparently caved to trans demands to censor trans-critical blogs. The most recent casualty is mansplaintrainsplain, a brilliant blog that quoted verbatim the woman-hating words Men’s Rights and Trans Activists say to and about Women. Apparently, it’s ok for Men’s Rights and Trans Rights Activists to say Women-hating words to Women, it’s not ok […]

For Every One of Us You Silence, 100 More Will Rise to Take Her Place

I received the following (unsolicted) email from Gallus Mag at GenderTrender, which I present unedited: “As some of you may know, my posting access to my GenderTrender wordpress.com blog was suspended at the end of the business day on Friday January 18. My last post, on Friday morning, was a collection of screen caps: a […]

Powerful Trans DJ Mandisha Oi Mysize Dextrous Cannot Stand That Women Call Him Male, Gets Thread Deleted

So Catherine Ditheridge left a few nasty comments on my blog, which led to this exchange on my Facebook page.  A DJ called Mandisha Oi Mysize Dextrous jumped in, completely irate because we didn’t recognize him as a woman. He did, however, apparently get the thread deleted right quick. Here is some of the thread, before Mandisha Oi Mysize Dextrous […]