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Announcing a New Blog: Gender Identity Watch

September 17, 2012

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Gender Identity Watch is a new blog devoted to tracking legislation and case law that attempts to codify “gender identity” into law and to override protections based on sex. Gender Identity Watch monitors organizations that push gender identity and thus engage in the erasure of female reality, including:

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force: “Transgender people and issues are core to our work at the Task Force.”

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Conway Hall: Happy to Host Pedophiles, But Not Radical Feminists

June 5, 2012

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Source.

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For anyone with a sincere interest in intersex conditions…

May 10, 2012

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For anyone with a sincere interest in intersex conditions, this site is a good place to get started.

It explains the difference between the various intersex conditions. Please note that “intersex” does NOT equal “trans”.

Intersex is a congenital biological condition; “trans” is a mental condition in people with otherwise healthy-ish, normal-ish XX female or XY male bodies. (For example, PCOS is NOT an intersex condition. Needing a complete hysterectomy as a young teen due to cancer is NOT an intersex condition. Severe accidental injury to the penis/testes resulting in orchiectomy, etc. in a three-year-old child is NOT an intersex condition. Life-long infertility due to severe endometriosis is NOT an intersex condition.)

Intersex is the result of genetic mutation or developmental accident or injury in-utero (e.g. exposure to the wrong mix of hormones during embryonic development) resulting in genes or reproductive organs that don’t fall into the normal range for XX females or XY males.

“Trans” on the other hand, is an ill-defined bucket comprised of so-called “gender dysphoria”, autogynephilia and other related sexual fetishes, misogynist cultural enforcement of sex-role stereotypes on “masculine” females or “feminine” males by family, school, doctors and certain other segments of society (e.g. the current cultural fad of manipulating and pressuring young “butch” lesbians into “transitioning” into faux heterosexual males) and me-too imitative behaviors by people with serious mental illnesses (personalty disorders, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorders, anxiety disorders, etc.)

If an intersex person decides to present as either biologically female or biologically male (even though they are reallybiologically intersex), they are still not “trans”. They are intersex. Ideally, the intersex person should be allowed to make that decision for themselves, not have it forced on them by their parents, their doctors or by a sexist society. If they want to live openly as an intersex person, that is their right and it should be respected by others.

From the website: ”Rather than trying to play a semantic game that never ends, we at ISNA take a pragmatic approach to the question of who counts as intersex. We work to build a world free of shame, secrecy, and unwanted genital surgeries for anyone born with what someone believes to be non-standard sexual anatomy.

Intersex people, as a whole, do NOT want to be lumped in with “trans” or be appropriated by “trans” — they take extreme (and quite understandable) exception to any “trans” person who falsely claims an intersex condition in order to give false authority or false credence to their “transition”.

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Reflections on the EEOC Decision in the Mia Macy Case

April 24, 2012

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Discrimination based on so-called “gender identity” is sex discrimination. Thanks EEOC! Here is the decision!

EEOC in Macy Case

Also, for all you stupid recent “trans activists” who think the EEOC decision “upsets” me, a history lesson (also reproduced below – and my thinking has evolved since 2000 some, because, at root, gender identity is sexist).

Now piss off! I was a dyke when you were still a heterosexual married man with 2.5 children and a boring job.

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Christy is more of a woman than me

April 5, 2012

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She wins the femininity war, hands down.

She somehow came to the conclusion I disdain her.

I don’t disdain you. I hope you are happy! You look happy.

I think you disdain females, though.

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Nice To Meet You

March 23, 2012

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Dear Online “Activists,”

Hi. You don’t know me, but you still talk smack about me on the Internet. That’s cool – I know how that goes. Makes you feel better. Go ahead – vent your spleen. Spew it on me – I am a dyke. I’ve been taking this for years.

Feel better? Take a breath.

Here’s the thing – unless you haven’t learned how to read (and illiteracy is a real and devastating phenomenon, so I don’t say that sarcastically), stop making things up.

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It’s Groundhog Day

January 13, 2012

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Transsexuals in the Lesbian Community: The Ultimate in Male Power-Tripping?

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The Emperor Has No Clothes

December 16, 2011

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December 6 stands out as a significant date in history for many reasons, chief among them the Montréal Massacre in 1989. That day, an anti-feminist, female-hating man murdered 14 women at the École Polytechnique for daring to study engineering. Because, you know, females aren’t supposed to study engineering. Rigid adherence to sex stereotypes allowed that murderous man to think women who “transgress” stereotypes deserve death – an adherence that oppresses females every day.

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A Way Forward

December 13, 2011

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Late last month, a small group of concerned folks gathered in front of the KAGRO building at the corner of Maryland and North Avenues in Mt. Vernon.  After a few minutes, another small group joined the assembled people, having just marched from Maryland Institute College of Art. The reason for the gathering? A series of violent attacks against gay and transgender people in Baltimore City.

The impressive organizer of the “Silence No More” event – Sandy Rawls of Trans-United – reached out to some of the usual players in the LGBT acronym world of queer politics. Anthony McCarthy, an occasional also-ran in local elections and a successful media personality, spoke, as did Morgan Meneses-Sheets, the petite but fiery leader of Equality Maryland (“EQMD”), the lobbying arm of our community.

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Group Protection vs Individual Rights

December 13, 2011

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Last April, the world watched in horror as video of Teonna Brown and a juvenile beating Chrissy Polis at a Rosedale McDonald’s aired repeatedly on major national and international media outlets and spread virally over the World Wide Web. In response, a number of local activists, including me, organized a rally against hate and violence. There is no doubt – and it cannot be debated – that the attack on Ms. Polis was brutal, wrong and criminal.

Now, Ms. Brown stands charged with first degree assault, a felony, and a raft of misdemeanor assault charges. She also stands accused of a hate crime based on Ms. Polis’ “gender identity.” Ms. Brown faces these charges in Baltimore County no less, which has the dubious distinction of sending more people to death row – most of them African-American – than any other county in Maryland.

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