You won't perform oral on a transwoman? You're a bigot! by crymeariver in SuperStraight

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Lmaoooo this has to be satire, right?

This month, Joe Rogan is criticizing transgenders in women's sports & kids transitioning by BEB in SuperStraight

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Fallon Fox is superphobic scum. Anyone with eyes who watched their MMA fights against bio women could see the obvious difference in speed and power between them. Yet according to them, biological women only wanting to fight other biological women in the MMA ring is "transphobic." Just another example of entitled, boundary-crossing superphobia and realityphobia.

The joy of lesbian sex by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Wow. All that brave and stunning feminine energy coming through.

ACLU transgender lawyer, Chase Strangio, "So much violence against trans people would be eradicated if people could just accept and celebrate their sexual attraction to trans people. Your obsession is so often born of your feared desire." by BEB in SuperStraight

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I think the 40% rate was suicide ideation from an online survey of mainly trans teens, I recall. I'd bet the percent is similar for people suffering depression tbh.

These numbers change year to year, but as a ball park estimate from the stats I've seen: The rate of trans people murdered is about 2 per 100k

For women, the rate is about 3 per 100k

For men, about 6 per 100k

For both transwomen of color and black males, about 35 per 100k

For prostitutes, about 200 per 100k

Trans youth activism by jet199 in SuperStraight

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So much violent male energy from this. I'm shaking. Superphobes literally want to kill us.

"Biological males" is a serious anti-trans slur. by Happy_Blueberry3910 in SuperStraight

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These people are realityphobes.

I think it is abnormal to be trans. by The_Quantum_Alpha in SuperStraight

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Agreed. It should definitely be accepted, but normalizing can lead to a lot of harm.

What I don't get is, instead of teaching trans people to accept their bodies and identities, instead of teaching "transwomen are transwomen, and that's okay!" the rhetoric is insisting on a slogan that is at odds with physical reality. So everywhere they turn, reality is there with constant reminders of how their constructed identity is false, triggering their dysphoria. Instead of demanding the rest of the world change how they perceive reality, they should focus on self-acceptance and healthy coping mechanisms.

What do you think about this sub having a custom top banner? (suggestion attached) by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Yeah, a banner, rules, and faq would all be nice for this sub, but unfortunately it doesn't have a mod. Whoever created it unmodded themselves and disappeared for some reason.

Lord Voldemort Says J.K. Rowling Backlash Is ‘Disturbing’: ‘I Can’t Understand the Vitriol’ by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Voldemort and Draco were the good guys all along.

I am really confused about all this and i have some questions. Would be awesom if you would answer some of them. by Pheicker in SuperStraight

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. I actually never thought about having sex with transwomen as something straight guys should do.

The more extreme TRAs would say this is proof you don't really see them as women, making you transphobic.

One thing to keep in mind is that superstraight was semi-satirical. I think most people realize it is ridiculous to think that straight men should be attracted to transwomen simply because they ID as female. However, this belief isn't shared by extreme TRAs. By conceding this point of transwomen being exactly like biological women and thus straight men should be attracted to them, and creating a new sexuality, we force TRAs to attack the validity of a sexual orientation. This directly goes against LGBT rhetoric and allows us to use their own "woke" language against them.

I am really confused about all this and i have some questions. Would be awesom if you would answer some of them. by Pheicker in SuperStraight

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ONE - Because trans activism has reached the point where people are starting to be called transphobic for not wanting to date them. The slogan of "trans women are women" is starting to be taken literally, in every context. Before, it was only lesbians who were being shamed for only wanting to be with biological women. Many lesbians have been kicked out of their own communities and Reddit does not allow any lesbian communities for biological women only. The TRAs have been getting bolder and bolder over the years, moving on to gay men and it appears now that some straight men are getting shamed too. At least enough for that 16 year old TikTokker to make a video about it.

TWO - Shame receipts from lesbians -

Shame receipts from gay men (opens a google doc) -

THREE - Any movement is going to be a mixed bag of people. Superstraight is admittedly one of the oddest, most diverse assortment of people I've seen--a mix of radfems, alt-right shitlords, estranged LGBT members, and normies who had no idea this was going on. The trans community itself has its own problems of nazis and white supremacy inside of it, but no one talks about it. There are pictures of actual German nazis crossdressing in a fetishistic way, but that doesn't mean the entire community is nazis.

As for trolling the LGBTQ+ community, the community is not a monolith. There are many LGB and even T who do not agree with the state of current trans activism. If there are parts that deserve criticism, then I'm all for pointing it out. I would need to see exactly what they said and the context.

FOUR - I think that in order for one to think "superstraight" is better than "straight," you'd have to have some kind of internalized homophobia. I just think of it as extra-straight, really. One is not better than the other. They are all valid sexualities.

FIVE - It depends on who you ask. I believe that trans people deserve to live free of discrimination in housing, employment, medical care, and all the same basic human rights as everyone else. But I don't believe they have the right to redefine biological reality and the language around biological reality for the entire population. I don't believe their desire for gender validation trumps women's rights to safety and fairness in sports, shelters, prisons, locker rooms, etc.

edit - formatting

How could I get pregnant?! I'm non-binary!! by jjdub7 in SuperStraight

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Honestly, you could use the same argument for superstraight subs as well.

I can understand having a subreddit for not having kids because women are often under a lot of social pressure to have them. Superstraight and childfree exist as a response to pressure against individual choices.

That said, the last time I looked at r/childfree, it was a cesspit of sociopathic hate towards children.

Remember the drag queens reading to kids in libraries? Their PRESIDENT AND CEO JUST GOT TAGGED FOR CP. by Happy_Blueberry3910 in SuperStraight

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Holy shit.

Here is the article.

"Cream City Foundation" is the organization that did drag queen reading hour. The article says he was president and CEO.

TRANS EXCLUSIONARY RATIONAL FEMALES! by persistentlywoman in SuperStraight

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Nah, we aren't aggressive. We just want them to leave us alone and respect women's boundaries.

And honestly, given the incredibly low rate that trans peopled are murdered at, it's probably trans people that "trans-exterminate" more.

TRANS EXCLUSIONARY RATIONAL FEMALES! by persistentlywoman in SuperStraight

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Tired of Explaining Reality to Fuckwits

Give a warm welcome to the latest Reddit trans pedo new hire. by Cable in SuperStraight

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Nothing enrages an abuser more than being denied access to more potential victims. The reason why extreme TRAs like this hate TERFs for protecting women and children's boundaries is analogous to why superphobes hate us so much for standing up for our sexual boundaries.

Definitions of "sex" by Happy_Blueberry3910 in SuperStraight

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Some will claim sex is colonialism or something. And the response to that is have a stiff drink, in my opinion.

Ah yes... before the white man came along, all us darkies had no idea where babies came from. Our men just stuck their dicks in things Russian Roulette style, hoping for the best.

Definitions of "sex" by Happy_Blueberry3910 in SuperStraight

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People pretending not to know what sex means has big "that depends on what the definition of is is" energy. Just willfully obtuse.

Give a warm welcome to the latest Reddit trans pedo new hire. by Cable in SuperStraight

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Yep. Same here.

Ellen Page on the cover of TIME. She just looks like a butch lesbian. by socialistrobot in LGBDropTheT

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Yeah, I was just thinking that she looks absolutely miserable.

Give a warm welcome to the latest Reddit trans pedo new hire. by Cable in SuperStraight

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The "election agent" convicted of child rape was Aimee's father. He kidnapped a 10 year old girl, held her captive in the attic, tortured her, and raped her while he wore an adult diaper.

Oddly enough, Aimee appears to have this same fetish and is a diapered furry.

So according to Reddit, being attracted to a specific biological sex and saying so is a bannable offense. But being a pedo-rapist adjacent diapered furry is totally valid and stunning and brave.

Liberal redditors confused over whether banning a rape shelter's fundraiser is morally okay by Terfenclaw in SuperStraight

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Apparently, some people tried to set up a trans-only shelter in the UK and the trans community there rejected the idea outright because it wasn't validating enough.

Around 2015 I secured a £500,000 donation from an 80’s pop mogul if the trans community raised the same amount for what would have become the UK’s first trans exclusive refuge. This would have come with services including medical advice, housing advice, trauma advice including domestic violence, rape etc. This was also going to offer temporary housing for 12 trans individuals for up to 6 months. A building was found in the centre of Birmingham.

In fairness some radical feminist women and other left leaning women were happy to help with securing grants and doing all the paperwork. A female lawyer offered her services for free. All this would have saved a lot of time and headaches.

On putting forward this plan to to the trans community they declined this outright. It was nothing to do with the service. They wanted to use women’s services as a means of passing!

The truth about 'trans kids' - found on /s/GenderCritical by Happy_Blueberry3910 in SuperStraight

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There was an interesting study linked on GCdebatesQT regarding mothers of trans kids. They are much more likely to be depressed or borderline.

A death threat against SuperLesbians - why is someone else's sexual attractions any of this POS's business? by BEB in SuperStraight

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Superphobe are just incels wrapped in a trans flag.

Liberal redditors confused over whether banning a rape shelter's fundraiser is morally okay by Terfenclaw in SuperStraight

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It really is pathetic. They are all so afraid of wrongthink that they can't stand up for something that should be as black and white as supporting rape victims. Aside from the OP, the one voice of reason in there has "Independent" as their user flair.

Something like 70% of the women that the Vancouver Rape Relief Shelter helps are indigenous or women of color too.

Liberal redditors confused over whether banning a rape shelter's fundraiser is morally okay by Terfenclaw in SuperStraight

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The amount of hemming and hawing here is so disgraceful. I've been a leftist all my life, and I'm disgusted by my party's direction.

Archive link:

Give me the unvarnished truth: do you hate gay people? by JoeyJoeJoe in SuperStraight

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Lurk some more and you'll see that those sorts of posts are not normal here. That was clearly a troll account.

I believe that post removal works differently on Saidit because the site doesn't believe in censorship and it tries to be more transparent on its moderation actions. These posts are removed from public view of the sub, but if you go into the user's profile then you can see these removed posts. Check and see, all their posts are publicly removed here:

Versus visible on their profile:

Just to cheer up this sad place a little by LeeHarveyOslik in SuperStraight

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Oddly enough, reddit has a lot of pornography subs that do not allow pictures of transwomen there. Apparently, those subs are just good wholesome fun, but superstraight was transphobic and not a valid sexuality. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

What books are you reading? by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Invisible Women by Caroline Criado-Perez was excellent and infuriating.

I love democracy by 79malibu350 in SuperStraight

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SuperStraight on Reddit improved my mental health by SearchingForTruth in SuperStraight

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Ever since the JKR explosion, I've been seeing how toxic the discussion about "transphobia" has been. It was so refreshing to see so many different people, male, female, straight, LGB and even some T come together to acknowledge reality and mutual respect.

Seeing the VRR fundraiser shoot up so fast was inspiring. I'm so appalled that the fundraiser was banned, and it has really lit a fire under my ass now.

Stay strong, supers. You all are so heckin cute and valid!

[Unwitting Meme] A galaxy of genders for both boys and girls by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Lmao what does a genderist do when they want to buy this shirt? Are they even able to overcome the shaking and crying to put it in their cart?

I don't get it. What do you idiots have to prove? by mongre in SuperStraight

[–]Terfenclaw 9 insightful - 2 fun9 insightful - 1 fun10 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children) think showing up on a forum will do anything other than prove how homosexual you all are?

Homophobia is gross, superphobe.

I don't get it. What do you idiots have to prove? by mongre in SuperStraight

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Superphobes: No one cares who you date!

Also superphobes: Harasses supers, sends death threats, CP, gore, and constantly seethes.

Like when will these people get that this movement is a reaction to being told we're transphobic for not fucking trans. If they had "not cared" who we dated in the first place, this wouldn't be a thing.

Super Subreddits being banned by reddit by i_hate_cheese_eaters in SuperStraight

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Having come over here when Reddit banned GenderCritical, truelesbians, and even banned detrans for a day, it's completely unsurprising that they banned all the super subs. None of those subs were breaking the rules, and they were strictly moderated.

Please spread the word about this saidit sub over there. Part of the problem is the power that reddit has from sheer numbers, and we need more alternative platforms. No amount of moderation will stop reddit from banning super subs there. They do not enforce their rules fairly over there.

Canadian man to be imprisoned for opposing minor daughter's transition, defying court by BEB in SuperStraight

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Trans activists murdering Supers has already happened. Dana River murdered 2 lesbians and the media is completely silent. by jet199 in SuperStraight

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Horrific, and definitely a case of extreme superphobia. The murderer, Dana Rivers, was an organizer for Camp Trans, which directly opposed MichFest's policy of only letting in biological females. Not only did Rivers murder two lesbians, but he murdered their adopted son as well, a black teenager.

[ An 𝕴𝖗𝖔𝖓 𝕷𝕰𝕱𝕿 Take ] Are you really “Super”… or just a dirty transphobe/-hater? Find out with this simple self-test! by eightyeight in SuperStraight

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It would change something for me because it means that for the first part of our relationship, they were lying by omission. Not cool.

Sexual orientation is an important part of a person's identity, just like gender identity is. It's a big red flag for me if they didn't respect that from the get go.

And, pardon me, but I'm pretty sure I'd be able to tell if they inflated their dick beforehand, so this whole hypothetical is a huge stretch in the realm of science fiction.

Also, I don't hate Catholics, but I wouldn't date or marry one because our beliefs are incompatible.

Sockpuppet Flood? by throwaway_sound in SuperStraight

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I've been wondering about who created this sub and its moderation.

The great thing about the reddit sub was that it was very friendly and diverse and didn't allow slurs or hate speech to sully the movement. I hope this sub will have similar moderation.

The Legend Himself Has Spoken - SUPER STRAIGHT EXPLANATION by RippoffOfLove in SuperStraight

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Our king. Superstraight is all about acceptance, no hate!

r/SuperStraight Fundraiser That Raised Almost $7,000 For Charity Shut Down by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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r/SuperStraight Fundraiser That Raised Almost $7,000 For Charity Shut Down by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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They're like "unlearn your genial preference, bigot," all while being unable to get over their own genitals.

r/SuperStraight Fundraiser That Raised Almost $7,000 For Charity Shut Down by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Don't be transphobic! It's the superphobes that did this!

r/SuperStraight Fundraiser That Raised Almost $7,000 For Charity Shut Down by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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These superphobes are as bad as incels. They feel so entitled to sex, it's no wonder they don't give a shit about rape victims.

In which the superphobes destroy themselves by marmorsymphata in SuperStraight

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Lmaooooooo this is the best thing I've seen all day

VRR GoFundMe by Superstraight has been taken down. No money going to charity. Link from the founder by Srfthrowaway2 in SuperStraight

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Imagine being so triggered by people not wanting to fuck you, that you block rape victims from receiving much needed support.

The incel to superphobe pipeline is real.

Fundraising for Vancouver Rape Relief by jet199 in SuperStraight

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Wtf, why did this disappear?

"When you pretend the only danger is men "pretending to be trans," you get backed into corners. Males who identify as women DON'T have a lower rate of physically violent criminality than other males, and UK inmate data shows they are more likely than other men to be sex offenders." by BEB in GenderCritical

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In the US, transgenders (according to various studies) have a 19-65% lifetime incarceration rate, compared to a 3% lifetime incarceration rate for the general population with most of those being males.

Can you link a source for this?

Looking for both trans and GC people to work towards stopping predators from accessing our respective spaces by [deleted] in GCdebatesQT

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Personally, I feel the only exception should be for passing transwomen using female restrooms because 1) their presence doesn't break down social norms of males being forbidden from the area and 2) if they really are that stealth, then it'd be impossible to enforce restrictions anyway.

However, out of respect for natal women, I think it would be better if they used a third, private space instead of women's restrooms though. There are a lot of transwomen that are deluded about how well they pass.

The problem with making an exception for transwomen with well documented gender dysphoria is that we'll still have AGPs and other fetishists claiming dysphoria to get into our private spaces. And how would it work? Do transwomen have a "true trans" card that they show? It wouldn't work. It's not exactly that difficult for trans people to lie to therapists, and even without that there's enormous pressure to affirm lest therapists be labeled transphobic.

I really think a third, private space with full length stalls is the best solution for this. And that place should be for trans people with well documented gender dysphoria. Do not hide behind women to protect yourself from AGPs, thus making women less safe.

Before peaking, how much of an ally were you? by Dravidian in GenderCritical

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I was an ally until a couple years ago when i heard about the Vancouver Rape Relief shelter being defunded and vandalized. But still I thought these had to be just a couple extremists or even false flags in the trans community... surely they couldn't be that hostile to women, right?

I went on. I did what I could to educate myself on trans issues and I remember reading The Women Of San Quentin to educate myself on the plight of trans women in prison. While I felt a great deal of sympathy for the transwomen in the book, I remember one of them saying she didn't want to go to a female prison and how there were problems of rape if trans women went there. I had always heard that women had nothing to fear from trans women, and I remember this opinion giving me pause during the book. The idea of a trans woman advocating against her own transfer.

I still wasn't fully GC then. It was after seeing the unhinged response to JKR's wholly reasonable essay that all the dots connected and all the doubts I had before sent me researching the "other side" of the debate.

COMEDY GOLD! TIM in glitter makeup complains about "Transphobic Micro-Aggressions" like women having periods... by BEB in GenderCritical

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Lmao this is like the trans Lumpy Space Princess

Reddit user who wrote /r/actuallesbians policy on dating transwomen is a man who tries to breastfeed his child by dmitrykaramasov in GenderCritical

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The are often indistinguishable from cis women

Whew. The delusion is real.

TRA Instagram page hosts interview with a TERF. Cue complete meltdown. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Lmao they thought they were gonna get the gendercynical strawman version of TERF arguments and get high off the validation of hearing what a hot mess we are. Surprise, muthafuckas!

Do you guys think men and women have different brains? by eddyelric in GenderCritical

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I think there are slight differences on the population level that are meaningless at the individual level, and these get overemphasized.

TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Not about the uterus specifically, but they explain a bit of the reasoning in the article

In Whitley’s case, the problem was how the severity of kidney disease is assessed. The usual protocol is to calculate a patient’s “estimated glomerular filtration rate” (eGFR), which measures the amount of a certain waste product in their blood and therefore shows how efficient their kidneys are at filtering it out. If the eGFR is below a certain level, it’s an indication that their kidneys are failing and they are eligible for a transplant.

There are several different lower limits for an eGFR, depending on things like a person’s weight, age, gender and race, which are intended to reflect the natural variation in the human body. Based on the female cut-off, he would have been allowed a transplant immediately. But he’s registered as a man on his medical records, and this meant his doctors used the male eGFR level. He wasn’t put on the list until he reached it – a decision that ultimately delayed the surgery by over a year, and very nearly cost him his life.

“It was really cute and awesome that I was treated as male, but in being this way, they didn’t necessarily take into account the body,” says Whitley, who points out that, though he has been taking testosterone for around 15 years, it’s a relatively small dose. “I was born female and I identify as male – they should have probably have set my limit as somewhere in the middle.”

If this had been a man attacking three women it wouldn't have made the news. by WrongToy in GenderCritical

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The fact that at least one of them seems to be a big IG influencer probably plays into it too. Edenthedoll has 430k followers.

Either way, I hope they have a speedy recovery and that the perpetrators get caught. This sort of male violence is sickening. I'm very sorry that they went through something so traumatic, and I'm glad they got out alive.

TiF is really pleased to get mistaken for a man by doctors. When TiF is nearly killed because doctors think she's a man it's all their fault. by jet199 in GenderCritical

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Who could've thought that denying biological reality would have life threatening consequences?

The first incident occurred when Whitley went for an ultrasound scan to investigate his kidney failure, and the technicians who were assessing him abruptly walked out. “All of a sudden, everyone in the room set their stuff down and just left,” he says. “I was like, ‘what's happening?’ No one said anything.” He was left alone for 20 minutes – and then told that he could go, and that they would call him.

Later, he listened in amazement as a doctor gravely informed him that he had a uterus – a fact that Whitley was, naturally, already aware of. “They said, ‘I think we understand the problem – you have a uterus and so that may be contributing to your kidney failure.’ I was like, ‘what are you talking about?’”

Wow, I would be MAD. Imagine trying to help this guy all this time to find out they'd been concealing vital information. What a fucking donkey.

[Currently "FtM"] You guys are right by please_help in GenderCritical

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While I can't say whether or not you truly have gender dysphoria, my understanding was that the "true" cases of dysphoria tend to have that feeling very young, and it persists into adulthood. (Which isn't to say that all cases of childhood "gender dysphoria" persist into adulthood, ofc.) You should definitely try to talk to a therapist or counselor about any comorbid psychological disorders you might have, whether it's depression or something else. Hold off on hormones and surgery until then, and be careful with that chest binder. It can result in permanent damage even if you're using it "responsibly."

I recommend taking a step back from the internet and try to exercise regularly. It's really one of the best things you can do to fight depression. Good luck with whatever you choose, though.

I know its been discussed before, but I need clarification again - why is Transgender so much different than someone saying they are Transracial? I understood before - gender is not biological, etc. but now with the blurring of biology within this ideology I am confused with this argument. by lunarenergy8 in GenderCritical

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Personally, I believe that there is an element of biological hard coding in one's sense of sex identity. Evolutionarily speaking, having an internal sense of your own sex is important for a number of different mating behaviors. Also, in cases were intersex people were reassigned sex at birth, there is an extremely large number of people who end up rejecting their assigned sex and identifying with their biological sex.

However, there's no such biological hard wiring when it comes to race and culture. That is 100% an environmentally based identity. Nurture, not nature.

What a dumpster fire cuck-post by GCSeedling in GenderCritical

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There's nothing in the linked post that threatens women's rights, which is what is the real issue here. This is you just being like "trans ppl, ew." Actual transphobia.

What a dumpster fire cuck-post by GCSeedling in GenderCritical

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Right? GTFO with this "cuck" shit.

And for the record, there's no fucking problem with transwomen just living their lives and having significant others, as long as they're not imposing their bullshit on others.

So apparently, using sites like WomenAreHuman and This Never Happens to show how the Trans ideology is harming Women is "Cherry-picking" by Kai_Decadence in GenderCritical

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Show him this for his "cherry picking."

20% of transgender inmates in male prisons are sex offenders. Compared to 15% for biological men.

How can I get a gf? by TamerlaneClubberLang in GenderCritical

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Lower your standards to the type of woman willing to date you.

Coming to GC Jesus article on Medium by a gay man, Duncan. by aldoushuxleyghost in GenderCritical

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Well written! Looking forward to the next part.

GC: Why isn't a vagina/clitoris a small penis and why isn't a penis a big vagina/clitoris? by Nohope in GenderCritical

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I, for one, have never seen a clitoris ejaculate.

Rape by deception is totally cool if you're trans by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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Sexual orientation is a major part of a person's identity and this is so incredibly violating. But clearly, only trans identities are the ones that deserve to be affirmed.

First Trans Person to Obtain Legal 'Non-Binary' Sex Status Changes Back to Birth Sex in Blow to LGBT Movement by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Wow. I had no idea about this. Thanks for sharing.

I then began confronting the VA about rubber-stamping me with gender dysphoria when in fact I had sexual paraphilias, a transvestic disorder with autogynephilia and masochism. The psychologist at the VA who had diagnosed me with gender dysphoria then dumped me as a patient when I asked for the diagnosis to be changed.


do you own a vagina? by Lingenfelter in GenderCritical

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... Is this for real? This looks like something from The Onion. Also this is in Teen Vogue??? WTF

Who's your favourite/most informative/well written/realistic feminist character in movies/series? Or what is the best story about such a character (even if they're not the protagonist)? by vitunrotta in GenderCritical

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Ya'll need to read RED SISTER by Mark Lawrence. It's a gritty fantasy series (with no rape!) that takes place in a convent, 95% of the characters are realistic, badass women and the side romantic arc over the trilogy is a sapphic one. There are so many female characters to love in this one, but I especially loved Abbess Glass and Sister Apple. Those nuns were not to be fucked with.

ONTD shames people for following JKR on twitter by ekitten in GenderCritical

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No way. Black women started it, but it was taken over by whites ages ago.

What do you think about "kinkshaming?" by threefingersam in GenderCritical

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Whatever two fully consenting adults do in private is none of my business. But that doesn't mean I won't have a reaction to certain things if they flaunt it in public. Like diapering or furries or shit like that.

Sick of Reddit misogyny? Are you Ovarit? Come join us at our permanent new home for Gender Critical women! PM me for an invite code! by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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lmao this name is brilliant

What are the things about being a women men can never grasp by midgetmetalhead19 in GenderCritical

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Taking a look at r/actuallesbians, they don't notice their male gazeyness and how creepy af it is. They aspire to be objectified whereas most women find it creepy to be viewed like that in everyday circumstances.

Idea regarding removal of women's bathrooms in favor of unisex/men's by ghostprototype in GenderCritical

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At least the men using men's bathroom in those cases won't be expecting to see women there.

What happened to detrans? by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I searched on twitter and found this:

Due to recent events, I have chosen to have my position as a moderator of r/detrans relinquished after discussion with the team for the future and safety of detransitioners using that space. I refuse to let them take down the sub because of me.

This was not an easy decision to make but I made it because I know they planned on filing an in-depth report on how corrupt moderation of r/detrans was based on stalking and outside sources. So I've given up my position to protect the subreddit.

Ended up discovering that I was being stalked on discord and they were putting together a report to claim moderation on r/detrans was corrupt. As a result it was decided that I step down so the subreddit isn't taken down because of me and rants that were taken out of context.

Today a moderator of r/detrans responded to my question if I'd be permitted to post my story. Needless to say, I feel in that same place of complete hatred and disdain for a group I was in when this all first happened. I proposed stepping down myself for the safety of the sub.

The moderator in question told me that since the subreddit has gone the self-censorship route I am no longer welcome on the subreddit. I was told specifically that since I am a documented transphobe, they could be accused of harboring and giving hate a platform.

As a result if I post there, whatever I post will be left so long as it follows subreddit policy since I myself am detrans but I will be permanently banned. I really hope this sacrifice was for the good in the end because you have no idea how much this hurts.

They claim to be so oppressed and so powerless against "hate" yet they control the narrative through fear and manipulation. My own friends have to basically abandon me to keep the support group we helped with the original purpose it was. I -hate- the trans movement.

This is so infuriating. I hope that they set up a secondary site and slowly migrate off of reddit. The way the TRAs are silencing all opposition is fucked up.

Men's Health magazine. How to choke a woman. I don't want to live on this planet. by our_team_is_winning in GenderCritical

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Despite what you wish the world was like, it IS mainstream. Since the topic of consent has come up, I've gone ahead and looked up the article in question. They put this right up front:

Before we get into the psychology of why people are into choking, it’s important to address that choking during sex is extremely dangerous and should be done with caution. There are many risks. Just because you saw choking in a porn scene or are interested in it, does not mean you should just run off and choke your partner. With so much hardcore porn out there showcasing choking as this “no big deal” kind of thing that apparently happens every time you sleep with someone (it doesn’t), we suddenly have novices out here thinking choking is a first date activity. This is all around a BAD idea.

If you’re interested in choking during sex, you need to be so, so careful. This is not the same as spanking, light bondage, or other forms of kinky play. It is capital “D” Dangerous.

You also need to get explicit verbal consent and negotiate how you’re going to choke your partner before you even think about putting your hands around your partner’s neck. In a recent 2019 study conducted by Debby Herbenick, a professor and sex researcher at the Indiana University School of Public Health, 23 of the 347 female respondents described feeling scared during sex because their partner had tried to choke them unexpectedly.

They are advocating for safety and consent first and foremost. Judge for yourself

Men's Health magazine. How to choke a woman. I don't want to live on this planet. by our_team_is_winning in GenderCritical

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As someone who's taken judo and jujitsu, I'm pretty unfazed by this tbh. I would get regularly choked in class and practice my chokes on others, and it helped me learn both my limits and how to properly control a choke. It's really important to learn the difference between an air choke and a blood choke and to always do that latter. A good blood choke rarely results in pain--only pressure and lightheadedness. I don't think there's anything wrong with it in a controlled environment with someone you trust. Personally, I enjoy a bit of roughness in bed, and being choked by someone who's shitty at it is no fun. I'd much rather there be a guide that teaches how to do it responsibly than none at all.

"Assigned __ at birth" is a bizarre and goofy expression that should never be used by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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and the op was talking about the other 0.1%, intersex people. where a dogmatic view of sex as chromosomal is just plain wrong

No they weren't. They were making a statement about sex determination that applies to over 99.99% of the population. That exceptionally rare sliver of intersex people who it doesn't apply to are NOT the same as trans people.

not always. in case of sex, there's other oprions beyond genetics

Lmao. Humans are not lizards. This would be like me bringing up bacteria to argue that humans are capable of binary fission.

TRA proud of falsifying medical data to align with his politics by dandeliondynasty in GenderCritical

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what the fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck

This is so unethical and potentially dangerous to the health of those patients (or to future ones, depending on how the information is used).

"Assigned __ at birth" is a bizarre and goofy expression that should never be used by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Thank you! I am actually new to GC. JKR, the banning of GC and other female-centric spaces on reddit, and the aggressive, woman-silencing, science-denying rhetoric of TRAs is what made me join.

"Assigned __ at birth" is a bizarre and goofy expression that should never be used by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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The fact that extremely rare mutations occur in the form of chromosomal deletions and translocations does not discredit the entire science of genetic mapping. There is a huge amount of research devoted to mapping the human genome. Chromosomal structure actually is holy--or let's say stable--enough to base an entire branch of research off of mapping which genes are located where on them.

These are constant enough that we are able to categorize many different birth defects based on chromosomal abnormalities. Cri du chat syndrome is because of a deletion on chromosome 5, down syndrome a result of an extra chromosome 21, Tay-Sachs a mutation in chromosome 15. Many more illnesses can be linked to mutations in genes in very specific locations, but you don't see anyone wailing on about how chromosomes are unimportant here because in a few incredibly rare cases, someone's down's syndrome is actually a result of a translocated piece of chromosome 21 being put on, say, chromosome 20, rather than existing independently as in the standard presentation of trisomy 21.

Calling chromosomes an "educated guess" of biological sex is an extreme distortion of how powerful a predictor they are. In over 99.9% of cases, they accurately predict sex.

Bringing up animals is some actual fifth grade logic here. We are talking about distinct populations here. Humans are not the same as lizards or clownfish. Intersex people are not the same as transgender people (though there is some overlap). Just because clownfish can change their sex, doesn't mean humans can. Just because some intersex people are essentially XY females or XX males, doesn't mean that transgender people are.

but in the end, sex is a physiological trait, not a genetic feature.

This doesn't make even sense. Physiology is determined by genetics. That's why you're grasping at SRY translocations and deletions.

"Assigned __ at birth" is a bizarre and goofy expression that should never be used by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Chromosomes as bookshelves is a bad analogy because bookshelves contain no information. Bookshelves are merely containers. Chromosomes are literally made of DNA; they're just bundled up into a specific form. A better analogy is an open book versus a closed book. Sometimes pages can be ripped out of one book and put inside another book, but those books are still vitally important to development.

Also, if we start breaking down definitions and saying they're meaningless because a 0.01% outlier breaks the standard rules, then we will be left with no meaningful language or definitions. Humans having 10 fingers is "fifth grade biology." Humans having chromosome pairs is "fifth grade biology" because it ignores cases of trisomy. Just because some people have colorblindness doesn't mean that red and green don't exist. Outliers do not disprove the rule that works in the vast majority of cases. They only show that sometimes there are exceptions. And it is intellectually dishonest, self-serving, and erasing for the people who do have those outlier conditions when trans people appropriate this for their own agenda.

"Assigned __ at birth" is a bizarre and goofy expression that should never be used by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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It was stolen/appropriated from the intersex community.