Radical Feminist: Transgender Activism Is a 'Men's Rights Movement'

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Post by Guest on Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:46 pm

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Kara Dansky, a feminist lawyer and spokeswoman for Women's Liberation Front (WoLF), spoke against the so-called "Equality Act" at the Heritage Foundation on Monday, denouncing the transgender and gender identity movement as anti-women and anti-lesbian in particular. Her remarks echoed the London Pride March sign declaring that "Transactivism Erases Lesbians."

"This is a men's rights movement — this is really a men's rights movement," Dansky declared, calling for men to stand up for women and denounce the transgender movement.

"Overwhelmingly women have been resisting this," Hacsi Horvath, a man who once identified as a woman and underwent surgery, said a few seconds before Dansky's remark. "And it's really shocking how many men on the internet are defending the whole trans thing. Straight men are all about the trans, and you have to wonder what the heck is going on."

Horvath agreed with Dansky in condemning transgender activism as a "men's rights movement," and Julia Beck — a lesbian and former member of the Baltimore mayor's LGBTQ Commission — nodded in agreement. Beck had been kicked off of the commission for opposing transgender identity.

"I got kicked off of the Baltimore mayor's LGBTQ commission — as the only lesbian — simply for stating biological facts," Beck said. "I was found guilty of 'violence.' My crime? Using male pronouns to talk about a convicted male rapist who identifies as transgender and prefers female pronouns."

"It doesn't matter that he sexually assaulted two women in a women's prison after being transferred there on account of his 'gender identity.' Oh no, it is far more criminal for me to call a male rapist 'he' than it is for him to rape," Beck argued.

Adding insult to injury, "the man who led my inquisition also identifies as 'transgender.' He is the president of the Baltimore Transgender Alliance and claims to be a lesbian," she added, bitterly. "I find that almost funny because everything he does makes life for women, girls, and lesbians worse.

"The meeting made one thing crystal clear: Inclusivity means all voices are welcome, except women's, except lesbians'," Beck said. "Everything is about the T now, entirely eclipsing the L, G, and B. The T is diametrically opposed to the first three letters in the acronym, and especially to the L."

The exiled lesbian argued that gender identity is a regressive social movement. "Sexualities are based on sex, but gender identities are based on stereotypes," she said. "Girls who play with trucks and like the color blue, boys who play with dolls and like the color pink, children with autism ... children who would likely grow up to be happy gay adults are now being sterilized for defying sex stereotypes."

"We are losing an entire generation of sisters to this madness. That's why it's personal," Beck concluded.

Lesbians, in particular, have spoken out about transgenderism, because many less effeminate women are considered likely to be trans, rather than accepted as lesbian women. This makes transgenderism a form of "conversion therapy."

But Kara Dansky spoke out against transgender identity being enshrined in the law. If the "Equality Act" — which she called the "Women's Erasure Act" — becomes law, "gender identity" will become a protected class in federal civil rights law. This would effectively erase protections for women and girls, the WoLF spokeswoman argued.

"If sex is construed to be gender identity, what that means is that nearly all sex-segregated spaces — colleges, sports, dormitories, and women's rights in general — will utterly disappear. They will completely disappear," Dansky declared. "It means effectively that women and girls will no longer exist as a coherent category worthy of civil rights protection, and that is an absolute disaster."

"If you look at it very critically, you can see right through the spin. The science is complete junk and people go along with it because they don't know how to assess bias in a study," Horvath argued.

Jennifer Chavez, a member of WoLF's board of directors, read the stories of exasperated mothers whose children identified as transgender. When the mothers sought expert counsel, psychologists repeated the transgender narrative, rather than delving into deeper issues. In many cases, counseling to affirm a person's biological sex is outlawed. Some parents have even lost custody of their children for disagreeing with transgender identity.


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