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
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.
The nurse is pulling the stitches out of my face. I can tell that something is wrong because she doesn’t offer any of the typical “it’s-healing-nicely” affirmations that one usually expects. The doctor enters and tells me that the tumor exceeded three of the four margins of the diamond-shaped sliver of skin that he removed from my cheek one week ago. He explains that most basal cell carcinomas grow in one big lump, like a basketball, making them easy to remove in one fell swoop. But my tumor was a rarer, more aggressive type that grows unpredictably under the skin like an amoeba, sending out projections like tentacles. He tells me that he won’t know how far it has spread until the next surgery. Hopefully they won’t have to remove too much more tissue. But he can’t rule out the possibility that I might lose…
Did the title of this chapter make you laugh? It did? DIAF.
A friend of mine was asked to write about being a femme for a queer women’s event. She wasn’t quite sure where to begin. “It’s hard to write about being a girl,” she said, and I knew exactly what she meant. Because even though I am male, was born male, raised male, etc., no one knows more about being a Woman than a Man. I mean, we’ve been both, so we know more than you. Also, no one believes what women say anyway, so listen up, vagina bearers!
For some time, I’ve been trying to write my own poem about what it means to be a woman. But every time I pick up my pen, I’m afraid that I’ll paint myself into a corner, betrayed by words forged from soft vowel sounds…
When we hear story after story set in a landscape that we have never set foot in before, we can’t help but create our own mental picture of that place. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve fantazied about a woman’s locker room before I finally got to go in one! Boy was that great. I realized only as my wife Dani and I turned off a dirt road and up to the welcome center that I always imagined that Camp Trans would resemble pictures I had seen of Woodstock, with tents strewn everywhere and people buzzing about busily with a sense of purpose and energy, with a sense that they were a part of history. But Camp Trans looked nothing like that. It was set on a modest-sized clearing in the middle of the woods. Cars were parked…
Any disagreements within feminist and queer politics stem from language. Forget about the fact that Lesbians, as Women, have different life experiences (LIVED EXPERIENCE) because there is no such thing as “shared girlhood” or “menstruation” or “developing breasts.” It’s all about language. So in order to avoid such confusion, in this chapter I will define many of the basic terms that I will use throughout this book, often with an accompanying explanation for why I have chosen certain words over others. So make sure you DOG EAR THIS SECTION OF THE BOOK, because you’ll need to refer to this section A LOT as MY definition of words often doesn’t match the ACTUAL definition of these works.
While I cannot promise that all readers will agree on the terms I use or how I define them, I do believe that knowing where I am coming…
All transwomen have been deluded at some point in our lives. Indeed, we are deluded right now, as we continue to “believe” that we are women. Because of that, for some reason that we CANNOT figure out, we are sometimes excluded from certain spaces I’ll call hatebigotfest spaces, but Actual Women might call “women-only space.” Like, who are these Women not to believe us when we say we are Women? It’s infuriating that they don’t bow down to our lived experience!
In order to change this, I decided to co-opt an entire theoretical framework – it used to be called “feminism” – and center it around myself. And I noticed how much attention liberals gave to those of us who were able to rattle off all of the ways in which we are “oppressed.” Like, oooh, I know, some…
Not content to just impersonate women and in a desperate bid to prove that women are the hateful cissy bigots they say they are, trans trolls of twitter have decided to pretend that this dude is a Rad Fem.
Who the fuck sinks this low to make fake accounts pretending to be a rad fem supporter? Yep, dudes do. Also, Orion, what woman let alone a radfem would choose the name of a male rapist God for their handle? Nope not buying it.
Oh and Orion, your need to learn how to tuck better cause your trolly cock is showin.
You know that right? Well according to the dude bro’s at Law and Disorder it’s perfectly acceptable behavior!
Get ready for some classic mansplaining by the pseudo left!
Let me remind you it was two women sitting at a booth with books. Not making speeches, not threatening anyone. Just chilling with some books. This is what the trans/queer community consider attacking? FFS!
Saying gender is a social construct makes people harm themselves. Get the fuck outta here.
Somehow I imagine if DGR had marked on the trans hand they would be crying bloody murder.
LOL Peacey. What a peace lovin dude.
Violence against women is OK cause men in dresses feelings are more important.
DGR books are being called “HATE FILLED PROPAGANDA on par with Mein Kamph. These manarchists are the same people are more than happy to have a conference as a torture porn venue, but that’s probably not hateful, white supremacist or violent against women in…
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