A Letter to the APA

This is phenomenal! It’s the letter that Lisa Marchiano, who is a psychotherapist, wrote to the American Psychological Association committee that deals with both gay and trans issues. It’s a cavalcade of every important point. What the research does and doesn’t show, social contagion, detransitioners. It’s in the hands of the psychotherapist supremos now. Let’s hope they don’t ignore it.



This is superb. And damn near comprehensive. A good starting point for somebody just learning about the whole transgender ideology and fiasco.

The truth about AUTOGYNEPHILIA

trans-kool-aidIf things are not called by their right names, language departs from truth. When language departs from truth, nothing can be done well.

When nothing is done well, good practices and good music fall by the wayside. When these are gone, justice is unequal and unfair.

When justice is broken in this way, the people feel afraid and stuck.

Therefore, the wise person uses right words and calls things by their right names; and also makes sure that in response to these words, the right things are done. Let these words be true.
– K’ung-fu-tze (Confucius), around 2500 years ago



Biology According to men and women who mimic stereotypes of appearance and behavior of the opposite sex: Biology is an antiquated and highly “transphobic” mish-mash of lies and severe errors that in the present context works oppressively to “invalidate trans identities.”

According to everyone else: Biology is a…

View original post 2,204 more words

On the butchering of “essentialism”

This is from a couple years ago, really good explanation of what essentialism is. And what it isn’t, as in the weird trans claims about it. Good and easy to understand.

Women of the Patriarchy

“Essentialism” – RANCOM!

“Those radfems and their essentialist nonsense.” – Various, numerous transgenderists.

The first time I heard this, I was puzzled because, well, radical feminists aren’t essentialists. The entire position of radical feminism is based on an analysis of the ways in which society, and the structures and systems in it, create and perpetuate gender roles and the oppression of women. It’s almost the definition of anti-essentialism because it identifies people, not biology, as the creators of differences between men and women. Radical feminists are the archetypal social constructivists.

When I originally came across the claim that radical feminists were essentialists, I thought it was a mistake, and so I explained it to the person who said it. But then I heard it again. And again. And again.

Feminists and trans theorists alike know “essentialism” to be a bad word.  It has heavy ties to biotruths and evolutionary psych…

View original post 777 more words

Response to “Fear of a Trans Planet”

It’s starting. People who have gone through the trans looking glass, come out the other side and are saying bluntly how bad it is. This is a post you wanna read. This is the result of the No Gatekeeping world. Bloody trans fanatics, they’re shooting themselves in the foot by encouraging the sloppy practice that led to this particular detransitioners experiences.

Transwoman Activist Cherno Biko confesses to Raping a Transman

This is it. This has to be the tipping point. Regardless of what any individual trans person might be like, the *movement* is about these predatory imbeciles. Same old abuser excuse-making. If trans we’re a real political movement they would clear these people out. They’re like the Donald Trump Campaign of (allegedly) progressive political movements. It’s a subculture. Pretending to be a political movement is part of its subcultural belief system.

We must all call on political leaders who support the transgender movement to call on its leaders to denounce this guy.


Video of the Rapist

Transwoman activist Cherno Biko, a 24 year old male from Ohio, confessed to raping a female “transman” because he wanted to impregnate her and force her to bear his offspring. The confession was posted publicly on Medium.com and titled “Overcoming Sexual Assault”:


The whole piece reads as a long non-pology, quickly shifting focus from Biko’s act of rape to descriptions of his own childhood abuse, and a heroic account of his own activism in the transwoman community. He published the piece without consulting or notifying the victim.

An excerpt:

“Our relationship existed largely online and we bonded over all the little things only black trans folks can understand. After years of searching, I thought I found the second piece to the holy trinity I wanted to create, complete with a black trans man and our black non-binary baby.

I was wrong. He made it clear…

View original post 485 more words