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Jordan Davis

 

So at SlutWalk in Philadelphia, this man, Jordan Davis, decided to introduce himself to me as “my worst nightmare.”  Jordan Davis is a violent man who blogs for Advocates for Youth.

Funny that a man attending an event ostensibly about violence against women would make a threatening statement to a woman he’s never met. In fact, he hovered around me as I was talking to two other women waiting to blurt out that he was MY WORST NIGHTMARE.

I have video of Jordan’s odd behavior that I will post. But for now, this song makes me think of Jordan:

 

Thanks for the Shout Out, Monica Maldonado!

From Ms. Magazine, which cannot be bothered to talk to radical feminists any more.

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Same sex, different day

Same sex, different day

I think it’s ironic that so many “radscum” started out being very sympathetic to “trans women” — oftentimes for decades — before “trans women” themselves so viciously transgressed our boundaries, so abusively dismissed our concerns as women, that we were forced to see them for what they (as a group) actually are: entrenched male haters of women.

As a person who was best friends with a couple of gay transvestites down the hall in college, as a person who TOOK A BEATING and ended up in the ER when doing her best to stop a gay-bashing in progress against a small, delicate gay man, as a person who firmly believes that people should be able to be themselves regardless of cultural norms — as long as they’re not actually hurting others — it took a lot of abuse to open my eyes to the abject hatred some (most?) “trans women” have for natal women.

Now I recognize “trans feminism” for what it is: one more way for men to appropriate, re-direct and abuse women’s energy and power — towards their own ends, of course.

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