Tag Archives: Janice Raymond

Transpocrisy

This is Joelle Ruby Ryan. He’s posted student work on Facebook and invited others to mock it. He’s also wished death on Janice Raymond. He teaches women’s studies, yet defends a man who calls women “fish.” I made up a new word today. It’s called transpocrisy. Also, Joe, if you let your dog poop on […]

GUEST POST: You Are Next

First they came for Janice Raymond and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t an academic. Then they came for Mary Daly and I didn’t speak out because I wasn’t a lesbian. Then they came for Norah Vincent and I didn’t speak out because I didn’t even read her book. Then they came for Lierre […]

Gloria Steinem’s Awesome, Relevant Statements About Gender Identity

Gloria Steinem on “trans woman” Renee Richards: “a frightening instance of what feminism could lead to” or as “living proof that feminism isn’t necessary.” “At a minimum, it was a diversion from the widespread problems of sexual inequality.” She writes that, although she supports the right of individuals to identify as they choose, she claims […]

Joelle Ruby Ryan Leading with Love, Expresses Joy at the Anticipation of Janice Raymond’s Death

Joelle Ruby Ryan How disgusting and infuriating that this hate-monger of epic proportion was allowed to become a full professor at U-Mass and is still an emeritus prof. –it shows how the hatred of trans people is not only ignored but actively condoned by major institutions. What a joyful day when that space after the hyphen […]

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.

“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 […]