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Jordan Davis: Your Worst Nightmare

As previously noted on this blog and elsewhere, a few of us protested the Philadelphia SlutWalk. While we engaged in polite and reasoned debate with WOMEN about the efficacy of SlutWalk (thank you Women), Jordan Davis hovered – extremely eager to get his manly two cents in (and no doubt because he wanted to “scare” Cathy Brennan. This seems to be a thing some Trans Women enjoy doing – “scaring” Women. Because that’s real Womanly).

Here’s the video.

HAI! DOES THIS PURSE MAKE ME LOOK LIKE A WOMAN?

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Jennifer McCreath

Jennifer aka Jeff McCreath is a Man in Canada who thinks he’s a Woman. You can read about Jeff McCreath here.

Here is his disgusting video that he made in response to Roseanne Barr speaking out in support of the right of Women to establish a boundary based on sex.

Jeff states at 2:16 that Roseanne should be ok with Trans Women (and their penises) in private spaces because “you (Roseanne) seem to have no trouble putting them (penises) in your vagina or in your mouth.”

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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:

 

The goal of “trans” whacktivists is to ERASE “woman” from reality

The goal of “trans” whacktivists is to ERASE “woman” from reality

I found this utterly disgusting quote on the anti-feminist blog “fword”:

“Feminists more than anybody else should know that being a woman is not about socially constructed gender roles. And it’s not about a uterus or menstruation or even the absence of a Y chromosome, because plenty of women don’t have a uterus, don’t menstruate, and some women do have a Y chromosome (XXY is just one of the many configurations possible.) If ‘woman’ can (or should) be defined, it is by subconscious gender, that part of your id which knows who you are and would still know if you were a brain in a jar. That can’t be policed. Whether or not it would be desirable, reasonable or legal to try to exclude trans women, it’s not possible. Or at least, not without looking very much like the same patriarchy that I thought we were overthrowing.”

Think about it, carefully: “If ‘woman’ can (or should) be defined, it is by subconscious gender, that part of your id which knows who you are and would still know if you were a brain in a jar.”

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Ida E. Hammer

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More here and here and here and here.

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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