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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

More Demands for Silencing From the Angry Trans Community


Its pretty sad the lengths the trans community will go to try and silence any sound voice, especially when that voice is female and worse, lesbian! It broadly illustrates just how deep the misogynistic substructure that is the foundation of the trans disorder really is.

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16 comments:

  1. Hey Trans community - why so fascist??

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  2. Dirt is literally a household name in the trans community. Ironically, your biggest haters lead me here, Dirt - their psychotic obsession with silencing your blog was all over a well known LGBT youth forum - and I had to see what the fuss was about. So glad I did.

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  3. I love women, lesbians, everyone. Even you

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  4. Thanks for doing what you do dirt!

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  5. It just goes to show how narcissistic and so self absorbing they are. It just shows how it's all about them, all the time. They claim to be the most tolerant people, but in reality, it shows how intolerant they are towards women, lesbian and intersex people. Trans behave just like the men they are. It's Ironic that they are showing and displaying their true psychotic behavior. I think as more and more people realize how psychotic trans are, they will start to realize, how psychotic trans really are.

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  6. In case you didn't hear me the first time, I LOVE WOMEN, LESBIANS, EVERYONE, EVEN YOU.

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  7. " I LOVE WOMEN, LESBIANS, EVERYONE, EVEN YOU."

    It's great that you are able to do this. :-) But it's still very telling that people think someone who disagree deserves punishment. It shows that it's not about tolerance, it's about who bows down to the trans ideology and who not.

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  8. I don't always agree with what you say, but that does NOT give me the right to take away your ability to say it.
    Keep writing, Dirt. I look forward to every post,especially the ones that I disagree with because they widen my perspective and teach me tolerance.

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  9. I agree with anonymous. I don't hate anyone for thinking different. I read this blog even though I disagree with most things said here because I still want to have the other side of things too.

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  10. It's really refreshing to read that there are trans people out there who don't jump the hate and punishment bandwagon.

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  11. I feel like we should all just respect one another. Just because you don't believe you should call someone they're preferred pronouns doesn't mean you shouldn't use them. You should respect their preferences. I respect you as a human being, so respect me as well. I think a lot of this blog does a good thing. Helping women love themselves and understand that dysphoria does NOT make you trans*. I think that's something a lot of women need to hear to help get in touch with their femininity. However, I do not agree with the way you treat and talk about most transmen. But its not like I think you deserve harm. Maybe someday we can come half way and actually work together. Feuding will never get us anywhere. All that does is make both sides look bad. Both sides clearly have something to say. Just because I don't agree with you on everything doesn't mean I don't respect your opinion.

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  12. There will be no need to "meet half way in the future", like the lobotomy, it is only a matter of time before the medical community catches up to modern thinking regarding gender. Also it doesnt do the disordered any good to enable them, it only makes their disorder worsen. And that my friend is inhuman.

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  13. I don't see any mention of hating you for being a woman, or a lesbian. They take issue with your behavior, not with who you are. If you were a heterosexual man, I'm sure the reaction would be just the same.

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  14. Amid inordinate misogyny it may seem insane to fight to change the patriarchal structures that created and maintain that misogyny, but clearly there is nothing "wrong" with trying.

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  15. They really do their cause to silence this blog a disservice because like other readers of this blog, I would not have found Dirt if not for them. If I were considering altering my body through expensive and irreversibly means, I would definitely appreciate the discussion this site provides. Why would a community not want to encourage this given that there are young, easily impressible minds out there who are simply confused amid the growing pro-trans barrage, much of which sadly encourage teenagers to begin taking hormones?

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  16. "Just because you don't believe you should call someone they're preferred pronouns doesn't mean you shouldn't use them. You should respect their preferences."

    Hang on - this seems to say that just because I believe that pronouns should be used according to sex (not gender), I shouldn't ACT on that belief, but act according to someone elses wishes (pronouns according to gender) -- I should RESPECT their wishes when referring to them, but with NO respect shown for my belief, or even any acknowledgement that I might think it is quite important for MYSELF to act on what I believe...............

    Who is getting more consideration here, when I'm allowed (gee, thanks!) to have a belief, but not allowed to ACT on that in case it offends someone............

    "Just because I don't agree with you on everything doesn't mean I don't respect your opinion." Except for myself, in many cases I most explicitly DON'T respect someone opinion (I think it's a load of crap, okay). We CAN'T respect everyone's opinion, that's impossible except in the doublethink pomo world.

    I RESPECT your right to have an opinion, I RESPECT your right to voice that opinion, but I don't necessarily RESPECT the content of your opinion.

    So, I think trans beliefs on gender are a load of crap, and worse, a load of DANGEROUS crap, that directly harms not only the people who hold them (who may seek surgery as a result), but also the rest of us who see ideas about innate gender being used to restrict the freedoms of the rest of us. So, I DON'T respect such beliefs, although I respect your right to hold such ludicrous beliefs.

    "I think that's something a lot of women need to hear to help get in touch with their femininity." Bollocks. Femininity isn't something we need to get in touch with, but just another part of the crap gender system -- get rid of would be a better phrase! Femaleness, that isn't something that needs to be got in touch with, it's just plain ole biological fact. Thinking that femininity means anything, or means anything in association with femaleness, that's part of the gender delusion right there!

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