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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

FTM Hates CUNTS

A recent comment I wanted to address on its own as it illustrates perfectly the quandary of trans and the Gender Straight Jacket.

First lets get the "suing" nonsense out of the way. Under the Fair Use Act there isnt ANYTHING I cannot utilize on this blog for the purpose of education that I can be "sued" for. Feel free to take me to court if you naively think otherwise.

Second, lets point out how oxymoronic it is to "fuck hate", meaning dispensing with it altogether while calling a woman a "cunt". This only reinforces the internalize misogyny of the female commenter.

Third, as a feminist lesbian it most certainly DOES matter what the misogynistic Male Medical Machine is doing to female mind/bodies and societies homo/lezbo-phobic complacency in the least, collaboration in the most of that misogyny!

Fourth and final, as a biological woman it is impossible for me to be ANY form of man. That you base my trans denial on how I carry myself as a woman exemplifies your complete subscription to the Gender Straight Jacket. Hyper femininity may be the new norm, but females who have the intelligence and strength of character to refrain from being male fuck objects in no way, shape or form relegates them to trans misguidedness. 

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26 comments:

  1. Truth can never be silenced forever.

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  2. You can just see her in her little five foot body, hands on hips, and scratching her imaginary nuts after furiously typing that drivel.

    I think that FTM was on her period when she typed that.

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  3. Bath Salt Madness...... It's everywhere.

    BUTCH WOMEN DON'T WANT TO BE MEN

    Get it through your skulls.

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  4. "I think that FTM was on her period when she typed that"

    More than likely not if he is on T ya twat waffle.

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  5. Actually most trans females who have been on testosterone for years still spot or have short periods.

    dirt

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  6. If a trans man chooses not to have a hysto/oopho procedure, he should continue to have regular Pap smears (to screen for cervical cancer) and should seek out the care of a doctor if he experiences any irregular vaginal bleeding (including spotting), cramping, or pain. It is not uncommon for trans men who are pre-hysterectomy to experience a buildup of endometrial tissue, especially during the first few years of testosterone therapy. Endometrial tissue is normally shed during menstruation, but since this process is usually stopped a few months into testosterone therapy, additional tissue may continue to build up and may eventually begin to shed in the form of spotting. Because irregular bleeding can be a sign of cancer (though this is often not the case), trans men who experience any bleeding/spotting should see a doctor who will perform tests to determine the cause of the spotting. These tests may include an endometrial biopsy and/or an ultrasound. The doctor may advise a short course of progesterone to cause the uterus to shed the excess endometrial tissue-- this is much like inducing a period. While this may be unpleasant, it should be understood as a preventative measure, since the unusual buildup of endometrial tissue has been linked to endometrial cancer.

    http://www.ftmguide.org/hysto.html

    The amount of ignorance being spread from and in the Trans Community is frightening.

    Dont be afraid of knowledge girls, it just may save your life.

    dirt

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  7. I can't see what is ignorant about that text or page. Isn't it good that information about risks and cancer is available? Surely it would be ignorant to not mention it at all.

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  8. I wonder if "Lisa" aka "twat waffle" is as dumb in real life as he is on the internets?

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  9. To the last Anon....Go crawl back under the rock you climbed out from under toots!

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  10. "Cunts" "twat waffle" "toots"
    The more they talk, the less I listen to them.

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  11. Listen to "them" who? Transmen? BTW, I'm a butch lesbian. The one that called you toots! You assumed it was a trans man that was talking to you.

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  12. Whoever talks like that, misogynistically, I don't listen to. I don't care if you're a trans man, a butch lesbian, or God.

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  13. Also, you assumed I'm the same Anonymous you called "toots." I'm not.

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  14. SIGH! I guess this really *is* the intellectual level people are dealing on. I'm a fool to have expected more.

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  15. Twat waffle? LMAO!!! Who needs misogynistic men when we have women willing to step in and do it!

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  16. Can you publicise my new blog?http://transgenderedchild.wordpress.com/and andreawilkes.tumblr.com.

    I am a parent of a child who thought they were Trans. Thankfully I was able to save them from this madness. I am now trying to help other parents do the same.

    Thank you for this blog. I recommend it to young women struggling with these issues.

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  17. Happy to find this blog.

    I'm a femme lesbian, and have grown so disgusted with the amount of anti-woman sentiment in the lesbian community that I ended up just dropping out - seriously, I get more actual support and alliance from my straight friends.

    I have nothing against people transitioning their gender identity - whatever your truth is, more power to you - but I am not happy with the way that "genderqueerness" has completely taken over lesbian space to the extent that there needs to be an identity label for someone who is happy in the gender they were born with, and to the extent that it is difficult to meet people who are not either trans in one direction or another or some kind of gender amorphous catchall identity.

    Plus we are expected to want to sleep with everyone, too. If you are only attracted to bio women who are happy with their bodies (sadly this even rules out most women, period) - you are considered trans phobic.

    Gay men don't feel obligated to share their space with everyone who isn't a gay man, why do we have to share our space? The LGBT community is, in reality, not the LGBT community - but two communities, "gay men" and "everyone else".

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  18. Alice, can you tell us what space you consider to be yours that's being invaded?

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  19. Alice, can you tell us what space you consider to be yours that's being invaded?

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  20. "Can you publicise my new blog?http://transgenderedchild.wordpress.com/and andreawilkes.tumblr.com."

    Just to report, this blog has already disappeared, and seems to have been another example of a relatively new phenomenon -- fake transgender troll sites.

    "Alice, can you tell us what space you consider to be yours that's being invaded?"

    O look at the sly verbal trick with that one! If you protest, then you'll be told it's NOT your space to determine who does and doesn't enter. Or that 'YOUR' space is your private home, and anything else is public, so bad luck there............

    Even a fee-paying conference can no longer specify that it is for women only without being pressured and kicked out of their original venue (RadFem 2012 in case you're interested).

    And some other examples? Well, we have the trans protest against Sheila Jeffreys new book before it has even been published. So, try to STOP women discussing these issues (attempts to stifle the conference), even better STOP them reading about it (in case they then want to talk about it), and if transworld had its way, stop them daring to THINK about it at all.

    "anti-woman sentiment in the lesbian community that I ended up just dropping out - seriously, I get more actual support and alliance from my straight friends."

    Sorry, but the straight world isn't exactly pro-women either, why would you think that straight women and their hetero-roles games are going to be MORE for women than the lesbian scene.

    Plus, I might add, gay men have had to put up with fag-hags for years. It is, I think,a relatively new development that straight women claiming to be trans and hence gay men have been demanding access to gay male spaces. Go read GayNotQueer if you don't believe me.

    "women who are happy with their bodies (sadly this even rules out most women, period)" Who are you supposedly sad for here? Sorry, sounds like a pastiche, and that you're lamenting that there aren't many non-screwed up non-body-hating women for you to sleep with, rather than seriously empathiszing with your fellow women, who, because of the patriarchy, have been taught that they and their bodies are NEVER going to make it as regards the male construct of femininity.

    Just doesn't ring true to me.

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  21. I can understand what Alice @ October 14, 2012 1:29 PM is saying. I have also had straight friends who seemed to understand me and my partner better than the "queer", "LGBT" and trendy crowd. Sad, but true, about what used to be my community. However, it is good that there are more straight folks who are not only tolerant, but affirming these days.

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  22. Well then maybe this can serve as a great big lesson for those gays who like to pretend to be superior. Straight people never were bad, they're just straight.

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  23. "Well then maybe this can serve as a great big lesson for those gays who like to pretend to be superior. Straight people never were bad, they're just straight. "

    This is like confusing feminism with statements that 'all men are bad'. It isn't necessarily straight people that are the problem, but the system of compulsory heterosexuality, which BENEFITS straight people BTW.

    So, straight people not necessarily bad, just unlucky (well, you gotta feel sorry for 'em sometimes!), and without the ability to see what a narrow system they're stuck in.

    So NOT bad, just unlucky, blinkered, short-sighted, and with unwarranted 'privilege' (although, like 'identity;, 'privilege' is another noughties politicos buzzword that I try to avoid, since it is mostly bollocks....).

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  24. Hyper femininity may be the new norm, but females who have the intelligence and strength of character to refrain from being male fuck objects in no way, shape or form relegates them to trans misguidedness.

    I know plenty of lesbians who don't just want to be fuck objects in no way, shape, or form by bulldykes and bull daggers.

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  25. Just because somebody is straight, doesn't mean they have conformed to the 'gender straight jacket'. They genuinely, are probably just... straight. They can't choose that, the same way homosexuals haven't just 'chosen' their sexuality.

    I've read a few of Dirt's blogs now, and it baffles me how people are failing to understand that gender identity and sexuality are two COMEPLETELY DIFFERENT things.

    People transition because they feel uncomfortable with their body and sexual organs. They just know that they should have been born the opposite sex, it's a feeling deep down that can't be described or imagined really, for somebody that doesn't feel it. It is not because they want to conform to the 'gender straight jacket'. It takes a LOT of bravery to go through with transitioning. So much is at risk.

    Dirt always quotes less intellegent comments/abusive comments from trans men and never polite, intellegent and constructive ones.

    And on one final note, most trans men do not get periods. If testosterone levels are sufficiently high, periods stop. Every trans man I know stopped 'bleeding' within the first few weeks of treatment. SOME cases are different obviously, but would just like to clear that up too.

    If

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  26. "BTW, I'm a butch lesbian".

    Of course you are, dear. Of course you are.

    Signed: Santa.

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