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It’s it tempting, very tempting, beyond belief, to put the kibosh on this account, delete my past posts and reset. But something is holding me back from doing so. I think presenting a polished version of the person I am … Continue reading
My theme tune for leaving the GC is this song, and you hopefully can see why. Here is the song: The Boy With the Thorn in His Side Here are the lyrics: The boy with the thorn in his side … Continue reading
Most of you, by now, have been wondering how it is I came to be involved in the gender critical movement. Here is how it all started. The government put out a survey for trans people asking them to respond … Continue reading
So tonight I am going to tell you the actual story of the Good Samaritan. That old parable. You’ve probably heard the story and you probably think the story of the Good Samaritan is a story of a good kind … Continue reading
There is a kind of gendered currency that those who conform to the expectations of gender have but are not aware of. When I say those who conform, I don’t refer to those who try to conform, but instead refer … Continue reading
It is 1am in the morning, I am pondering over the hurtful ignorance of a particular person who shall remain unnamed- as I have been pondering on this for weeks now. They are gender critical, apparently. Except they are totally … Continue reading
I wish I was lying about gender dysphoria. I wish my life hadn’t been made hellish because of it. I wish I hadn’t felt so trapped. I wish that much of it wasn’t my own fault. My own fault because … Continue reading
Gender Critical thinking goes thus: Gender isn’t real because masculinity and femininity are merely traits expressed by both sexes We live in a world that codifies male as masculine, and female as feminine but gender is socially constructed Transition- lots … Continue reading
*Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist Here is what happened. By 2pm I was so morbidly depressed, bitter, and resentful that I was contemplating dismantling everything. It made me realise how utterly gendered everything we do is- right down to how we greet … Continue reading