Tag Archives: violence
You Can’t Take These People Anywhere
See here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. By the way, Male Violence: It’s part of the reason Women want space AWAY FROM YOU.
GUEST POST: College
This is a Guest Post by Lanie about rape. Lanie’s story is shockingly common. It makes me murderously angry that Lanie’s story is common. Her story is my story, and I suspect it is yours. Thank you Lanie for sharing. It was supposed to have been a reward for having survived high school, new people and ideas. […]
Announcing a New Blog: Gender Identity Watch
Gender Identity Watch is a new blog devoted to tracking legislation and case law that attempts to codify “gender identity” into law and to override protections based on sex. Gender Identity Watch monitors organizations that push gender identity and thus engage in the erasure of female reality, including: National Gay and Lesbian Task Force: “Transgender people and issues are […]
Violence is Always Wrong
Source. Source. Source. Source. Source. Violence is always wrong, and violence should be condemned. Kudos to Brittany Novotny for condemning this violence. You can report terroristic threats here.
Conway Hall: Happy to Host Pedophiles, But Not Radical Feminists
Safe Spaces for Gay Youth
Last issue, Steve Charing highlighted the opening of The Den (Baltimore OUTloud, The Den Opens Its Doors to LGBT Youth), a safe space for GLBT youth ages 13 to 24. Kalima Young, one of the driving forces behind The Den, told Steve that “youth have suffered from our unwillingness as adults to address structural issues […]
Because Females Wanting Our Own Space Away from Males is EVIL
Because Females wanting space free from Males is evil. Because accepting trans women as women – which I do – is not enough. Because Females are not entitled to any space. Because, because, because. Source.
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Where it is a thought crime to say “I respect trans women as women, but I do not believe they are female,” as well as “Females have a right to set a boundary and have it be respected.” Oy vey.