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[–] klo137 1 points (+1|-0)

Saying that transwomen don’t have any biological advantages against women in sports is literally anti science. Transwomen were born biologically male, and have the same exact physiques as any other male. This whole article is a bunch of (irresponsible) misinformation.

[–] Cornelia241 3 points (+3|-0)

It is interesting that i followed the links, in particular the one that claimed that TiMs don't have any advantage over women in sports. I was like "ok if there's an article backed on science i want to see this". The link was to another opinion article saying that such statement was a myth, and that a "cis girl could have a professional trainer " and that "such statements hurt women sport" but like not a single evidence based fact to back that shitty opinion. I'm amazed at the amount of words TRAs can spit out and still make no fucking point

[–] GelatinousRube 16 points (+16|-0)

Attacking trans women is, of course, the cornerstone of gender-critical feminism (of which J.K. Rowling is the most prominent practitioner).

Your prose and logic is bad and you should feel bad.

[–] Veneficca 10 points (+10|-0)

I do like the use of "practitioner." It sounds like we all meet under a full moon and toss radfem herbs into a steaming cauldron.

[–] Seven 5 points (+5|-0)

Ngl it is a nice image. Partner this with loreena mckennitt’s all souls night and this is a perfect aesthetic

[–] Elegantissima 21 points (+21|-0)

Chase Strangio.

JFC

Notice he can't make his argument even for one sentence without injecting their false propaganda:

Transgirls (who are girls)

Dude, methinks you doth protest too much.

[–] Srfthrowaway 19 points (+19|-0)

Chase Strangio. Such a moron. I was showing her to hubs today as an example of this madness, told him about how she can't pay her bills if they're in her old name without being all suicidal... Normal people have no clue about any of this.

[–] Researcher1536 14 points (+14|-0)

We have to peak people by exposing the truth behind this madness. It's easy to do. We have plenty of evidence-- it's provided to us on social media. Once normal everyday people see the lunacy, they'll peak. I'm trying to be optimistic.

[–] NotCis 11 points (+11|-0)

I know, right? Isn't that kind of a clue that people don't think you're a girl?

If you can control a narrative across various media platforms, you're not the oppressed group. Please wake up, American feminists.

Also, I know this is different in the US, but when we say "trans rights", trans rights to what? What would be more helpful is helping trans people into work and housing. And tightening anti-discrimination laws. They already have the right to use changing rooms and toilets, they want to use female spaces. "Trans rights" always seems to be framed in taking away hard earned rights and segregation based on safety from females.

[–] GelatinousRube 15 points (+15|-0)

Further, what/who is trans? No one can seem to agree on that either.

[–] VeggieAnnie 24 points (+24|-0)

They are so good at controlling the news story, and controlling it so fast, that I get very discouraged from saying anything. For example, my facebook is just my friends, family, and coworkers; I don't have a Twitter or YouTube or anything with any "followers." And yet I know I cannot say to my own friends and family, via facebook, that women and girls are losing their rights. My friends will look for "articles" (in quotes because they are just opinion pieces) and decide I am wrong. Sigh.

[–] NotCis 22 points (+22|-0)

Another piece of drivel that can't make a point without ad hominem attacks. At least people are talking?

[–] gender_is_oppression [OP] 11 points (+11|-0) Edited

Two articles show up when one searches "biden erased women" now. One critical of the EO from the Spectator UK, and one typical American take here. At least people are noticing the hashtag?