Meet Jamie Isadora Davenport, a man who identifies as a woman:
Jamie has some advice for men like Sarah Alltop, a man who claims he’s a lesbian and has two Twitter accounts filled with content “all about lesbians” (by which he means, “lesbian” porn). He now claims his Twitter accounts were “hacked.”
LOL. Sure, and the hackers must have posted all of those selfies of him too. Whatever.
Jamie’s “hard advice but best advice” to Sarah is buried in a pile of garbage, hilariously alleging he “knows who was responsible” for Sarah’s “hacked” social accounts. LOL. Here it is:
“Stay off of lesbian groups and lesbian venues.” Yes, thank you, we absolutely agree. Better yet, just stay away from lesbians altogether. We’re not into men, including (inclusive!) those who identify as women.
“Stay off of lesbian groups and lesbian venues.”
The complete, garbage-filled comment below:
“Stay off of lesbian groups and lesbian venues.” — Jamie Isadora Davenport
This is Sarah Lee Alltop (formerly known as Richard Alltop), who says he’s a lesbian.
That’s true, Sarah, lesbians don’t like dick. Or men.
He’s a lesbian, see.
He says so.
I mean. He’s a lesbian as of sometime after February 2016, anyway.
Before that, he was a Trans Ally.
But he’s a lesbian now, see, and he can say degrading things about Lesbians because he’s just one of us, see.
This is ok. I mean, he says he’s a lesbian.
TRANS FEMINISM: THERE’S NO CONUNDRUM ABOUT IT
Did the title of this chapter make you laugh? Fuck you, transphobe. There’s no conundrum because I say so.
In March of 2012, Ms. Magazine’s blog ran a month-long “Future of Feminism” series, which was billed as “celebrating organizations and ideas that represent the future of feminism.” The author of the series covered a variety of topics, and portrayed them all—even those that have generated significant debate within feminism—in a generally positive light. The glaring exception to this was her article on trans feminism (ominously entitled “Transfeminism and Its Conundrums”), which framed the movement as a “controversy” that is fundamentally incompatible with certain basic tenets of feminism. Did I point out that the author of this piece is really pro-trans and has harassed lesbian feminists on behalf of men, I mean transwomen? No? well fuck you, she didn’t do enough.
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