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[–] RealMapelFlavour 57 points (+57|-0) Edited

"Stop thinking about our junk"

Also these guys: Choke on my junk, here's a text with my junk, here's a knit dress showing off my junk, give me a pen to draw my junk on this surface, you ain't ready for this but ob/gyns need to be handling my junk, here's me in a ladies toilet grasping my junk, it's girl junk. mah juuhnk!

[–] pennygadget 52 points (+52|-0)

"Hey Women!! Your feelings are stupid and wrong and bigoted!! Do you really think every man on the planet is gunning to rape you and that a sign on the toilet door will stop them? LOL?"

also

"OMG trans-women will literally DIE if forced to use the men's room!!! They will be beaten and raped the moment they cross the threshold!!! Is that what you want, you evil cis-women!?!?! For trans-women to be raped and murdered!?!? Because that definitely will happen if you don't roll out the red carpet and let us into your magical, rape-free safe spaces!!!!"

Remember ladies, our fears are irrational. But men's fears are valid and sacred and must always be catered to.

[–] MakeThatDough 11 points (+12|-1) Edited

I do think every man on the planet would rape me, hell I only had to fall asleep around them for them to do it... Twice. Two different men two years apart

I’m with you, sister. I walked streets so I know that all men would rape if given the opportunity. I’m sorry. You didn’t deserve what happened to you.

[–] [Deleted] 1 points (+1|-0) Edited

I spent a weekend with my best friend who happens to be male. We had an Airbnb house all to ourselves, and since we wouldn’t be seeing each other for a long time we spent the night together on the sofa. I’ve made clear we are non-sexual, he never made a move and was very apologetic and stopped when he thought he might have gone too far for me.

“All men would commit rape” is untrue and cruel, and I don’t see that it does anything to get TIMs out of our spaces.

[–] [Deleted] 1 points (+1|-0)

“but women get assaulted by other women TOOOOOO ❤️❤️❤️“

[–] Seven-of-Wine 42 points (+43|-1)

It's such a male demand isn't it??

If forced to choose, well I'd rather piss next to a wolf than a wolf in sheep's clothing thanks.

[–] Capturedthecastle 35 points (+35|-0)

Why are some women so concerned with what genitals a person has? It’s creepy and none of their business!

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Hmm, it couldn’t possibly be because men sometimes make it women’s business?

[–] Moonflower 22 points (+22|-0)

This is why the erosion of language is so damaging — if you reword this to reflect the reality of what you’re talking about (e.g. replace “cis women” with female people, and replace “trans women” with male people) it becomes much clearer that it not only makes no sense, but is actually pretty horrifyingly misogynistic. It’s crazy to think that someone took the time to make this meme imagining that they were making some kind of clever point, when the whole thing just hinges on incoherent doublespeak.

[–] diapason 19 points (+19|-0)

or hold it until you get home.

And this is how the urinary leash is brought back.

[–] Amareldys 16 points (+16|-0)

If there were a bunch of men in the women's room I'd consider using the men's room. The men using the men's room are less likely to be creeps than the one's using the women's room. It probably wouldn't be hard to find a man to stand guard while I went in and used it with my kids if I explained the situation.

[–] Researcher1536 13 points (+13|-0)

They're the one obsessed with our genitals and every facet of our biological womanhood.

[–] FemmeGF 1 points (+1|-0)

Not having public female bathrooms was used for decades as a way to control women and restrict their movement. These people know exactly what they’re doing.

[–] [Deleted] 1 points (+1|-0)

This weird feeling I’ve had about men in women’s washrooms has never ever gone away. I told myself I was being petty and selfish. No other women seemed to have a problem with it, so why should I?

Assaults on women, and radfem logic, opened my eyes. Males are men. There are men allowed in women’s bathrooms and changing rooms. “I’m sure ‘she’ just wants to pee,” “you’ve used the bathroom next to transwomen before and never known it,” etc. are irrelevant. Women (and men too) deserve their privacy and dignity. End of story.

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