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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The dirt From Dirt & the Right of FREE Speech


Trans Trending posts often generate a great deal of emotions from readers:
  • Fear from readers worried about lesbian youth falling prey to the transgender cult.
  • Concern for the health of Trans Trenders.
  • Anger at the Trans Politic and social media mesmerizing lesbian youth with false promises
  • Vitriol from Trans Political media spinners.
  • Seething fear and hatred from Trans Trenders themselves, those featured here, those not and those who wished they were.
The greatest ire stems from the legal use of PUBLIC photos (ALWAYS) accompanied by proper links crediting the user for the purpose of documenting a weekly sample of Who is Transitioning, thereby educating readers on the rise of lesbian transition and the decrease in ages of lesbians being transitioned. As a result, the life of this blog and my own life are routinely threatened, this is just the latest death threat to The dirt From Dirt AND LAWFUL FREE SPEECH ('the U.S. Supreme Court declared that the First Amendment protects open and robust debate on public issues, even when such debate' are "vehement, caustic, unpleasantly sharp")
Another Change.Org petition was created today to counter the above 1st Rights Amendment abuses. From the petition I support The Dirt's blog:

  • It is scary that The Dirt's free speech is threatened by take down of her blog by Google.  There is a change dot org petition demanding that action. This petition counters with a demand to Google to KEEP The Dirt's blog posted and support her free speech.
Whether or not you support this blog, if you support FREE Speech, sign petition here.

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  1. Signed petition. What people don't seem to realize is that part of freedom is supporting free speech for everyone, NOT just those who you agree with. The problem with the "hate speech" concept is that the term is nebulous, and the trans crowd wants any questioning or any criticism if someone isn't buying into their BS 100% to be labeled "hate speech", but it's not. Dirt has done nothing to "incite violence" against anybody, and if people would actually READ her blog instead of just reacting, they would know that. Keep up the good work.

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  2. If on your own webpage you saw a comment you disliked you have the right and ability to delete it (as you occasionaly do, in fact)
    Google does not belong to you. You have free speech, but nobody is required to give you the platform (aka Blogger)
    European data protection, copyright of photos, you are infringing both of those. Slapping peoples faces onto your page is not going to help anyone. Talk all you want about your pseudofeminism, just don't get other people involved in it.

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    1. As comprehension seems to be a struggle for you, my wife is a Dr of Psychology and has many connections to Spec Ed teachers/learning disabled specialists-inbox me if you would like some help.

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  3. No, I don't think I messed up my comprension (though I'm not even a native speaker in the first place)
    Images may be taken down if used in a defamatory way
    The images themselves contribute nothing "educational"
    And on top of that, unless lumendatabase publishes fake information, people have succeeded in ordering you to take down their images off your site, both under DMCA and under publication of personal information. Are you telling the whole truth when you say that this..whatever the hell you're trying to do..is perfectly legal?
    Deleted the link didn't you :) ? I wonder how often you publish only the portion of truth that's convenient, rather than the whole of it.

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    1. Unsure what you're speaking of regarding a delete.

      As you claim to comprehend fine, I suggest you familiarize yourself with american internet laws.

      Seeing is believing or as my long since dead hillbilly granny used to say "the proof is in the puddin". There are species in existence today because someone dared and cared to document their extinction. If you cannot understand that, than you simply choose not to.

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    2. Missed your Lumen remark, every remove issue this blog has ever received was counter claimed and won.

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  4. American internet laws? Well fair enough, I'm European. According to Fair enough, I am European. According to https://lumendatabase.org/notices/11381769 you've had content taken down. Correct me if I'm wrong.
    I'm not sure if you realize, but publishing pictures like this in a handy, once-a-month guide can, in fact, endanger young people. Heck, your own followers may try to contact these young peoples parents in their idea of 'helping'. While its true the smartest thing these kids could have done is just not post their photos, you must realize that not all parents are sympathetic; by that I don't mean that if they were to find out their child fit anywhere in the lgbt alphabet soup, especially the 't', they would kick them out, disown them or worse. You NEED to be aware that.
    If some extreme catholic group began publishing hordes of images of say, young lesbians, collected from personal pages, facebooks, etc., to promote 'their' view of homosexuality, would you really think it just? Would you sit for it that young people be endangered to promote a biased opinion or idea? That is how people see the 'who is transitioning' series.

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    1. What is dangerous is these young people putting their own information everywhere on the internet (much more than what Dirt says). And hormones. And surgeries. Those are what is dangerous.

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    2. It's been a predominantly weekly post for over EIGHT years. I've worked closely with Catholic parents who've sought help to protect and keep intact lesbian daughters. Successfully I might add.

      I don't steal these young women's phone and hijack their pics. I'm curious tho as to what you have written to the FTM tumbler, where these and copious amounts of others pics reside?

      If you like feel free to join me in legally trying to get that site taken down as it's harming lesbian youth.

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    3. @anon http://www.eje-online.org/content/164/4/635.full.pdf
      http://www.eje-online.org/content/164/4/635.full.pdf
      @dirt; So you assume all Christians are so? Really? Guess that means homophobia's over andthat it has never ever happened that a parent disowns a child over religious beliefs.

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    4. Why are you assuming Dirt said that (because that is not what she said). So quick to jump to conclusions.

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  5. Actually, freedom of speech is only impinged upon if the government gets involved. Petitions asking Google to remove the site fall under others' freedom of speech.

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    1. And were google to take down the site, it would not infringe on free speech either, for the same reason MacDonalds isn't required to host a fascist rally
      https://xkcd.com/1357/ cheers!

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    2. Not even remotely equivalent.

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    3. Google cannot and should not take down content just because some people find it offensive. There are plenty of opinions that are very offensive to various groups (and to me), but they have the right to express their opinions.

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    4. Its not about the fact its 'offensive', its trying to use peoples images as a messed up propoganda that's the issue. Terf blogs are a dime a dozen, and nobody would give a crap about dirts page if it weren't for that (which is probably why she does it)

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    5. Actually, Anon April 8, 2016 at 9:16 a.m., by using the ridiculous acronym "TERF", you are showing that you don't know what you are talking about, and that you haven't read much (or perhaps even any) of Dirt's blog. Dirt is using images to educate the public about what's really happening with the trans cult. Anon April 7 at 5:48 is correct; you deem it "propoganda" because you don't agree with it nor approve of it, therefore the real issue is, in fact, about trying to censor what some people deem "offensive" through their own subjective point of view.

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