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[–] Lilim 62 points (+62|-0)

Of all the ghoulish shit TRAs pull, transing the dead is one of the most disgusting.

Also Silence of the Lambs is a perfect and relevant example of modern TIMs. They can whine and cry all about it but truth is, many serial killers are AGP.

[–] Omina_Sentenziosa 28 points (+28|-0)

The Silence of THe Lambs case is fascinating: TIMs have whined about how it misrepresents them for ages, except it states clearly that they are not talking about them. And I also can believe that when the movie came out, most TIMs weren' t AGPs, so they were indeed talking about just a psychotic transvestites.

But nowadays, transvestites are part of the trans umbrella, and Buffalo Bill perfectly depicts the great majority of the specimen of "uwu ladies" we see nowadays: AGP, violent, woman-hating and completely nuts.

[–] IrishTheFrenchie 25 points (+25|-0)

According to Blanchard when he did his work in the 80's, AGPs made up 60% of all TIMs. He said by 2010 it was 75% and is likely even higher today.

[–] Omina_Sentenziosa 14 points (+14|-0)

Really? TIL. Thanks.

I have always thought it was a much more recent thing. I mean, I knew that AGPs existed even before the internet, but for some reasons I thought that most of the TIMs at the time were more likely gay men with social dysphoria than AGPs.

[–] SamuraiGhostCat 14 points (+14|-0)

Buffalo Bill reminds me exactly of the infamous TIM who screamed “It’s MA’AM!!!!!” at a GameStop employee. Same energy and haircut.

[–] firebird 17 points (+17|-0)

Of all the ghoulish shit TRAs pull, transing the dead is one of the most disgusting.

Agreed. It's what peaked me and I can't really imagine I'm the only one.

[–] Feministunderyrbed 42 points (+42|-0)

This would be ghoulish if it weren’t so hilarious. Have they seen Kurt Cobain? Have they ever listened to a single one of his songs? He no more killed himself about some Hollywood movies than he did because 7-11 was out of his Slurpie flavor.

[–] ouvalemonde EmpressLadybrain 11 points (+11|-0)

I'm gonna be thinking about this comment all day, thanks for the laughs

[–] Feministunderyrbed 25 points (+25|-0)

In a way I feel sorry for the younger generation because they take these movies seriously and don’t realize how little somebody like Kurt Cobain would have thought of them. If they had an ounce of the brains or judgment of Kurt Cobain they’d be so embarrassed they’d never leave the house again.

[–] RisingUp 10 points (+10|-0)

XD thanks for that. I am now imagining Kurt Cobain in floods of tears in front of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Sobbing great slurpy sobs in his dress as Jim Carrey gurns. I was kind of annoyed by the TRA OP, but now it's cracking me up instead.

And seriously making me wonder about the emotional life of the overly-online younger generation. Kurt Cobain didn't kill himself because Ace Ventura hurt his transfeels, and NOBODY kills themselves for that kind of reason, no matter how much of a clown they are. It's just a performative attention-seeking bullshit thing to say. But there are actual raw emotions in Kurt Cobain's work. Can they not tell the difference between real feelings and pretend feelings?

[–] momofreyrella -6 points (+1|-7)

Am i the only one who thinks courtney love had him killed because he wanted to divorse her?

[–] SamuraiGhostCat 2 points (+2|-0) Edited

No. That’s misogynistic bullshit right there. And shame on anyone who claims that theory. She lost the love of her life to suicide. You really think a heroin addict could’ve orchestrated a hit job while being strung out all the time?

Courtney had to grieve the loss publicly, I can’t what she was going through when all these people blamed her for his death while she mourned him. Blaming a woman for a man’s actions... really. Everything he did points to him being suicidal... even stuff years before he met Courtney. And there is NO basis for people claiming he wanted a divorce.

The main “detective” who has claimed this crap just wants to sell books, and unfortunately he’s made quite a bit of money doing so for the last 20-25 years. :/

(Sincerely, a Nirvana and Courtney Love fan. I used to dislike her until I heard how amazing her music is. She’s also a pretty big feminist (not a TRA either). Check out the song Violet by Hole if you’re curious what her music is like. <3)

[–] SamuraiGhostCat 37 points (+37|-0)

Omfg lmao.

Putting how ridiculous this is aside... it’s SO disrespectful to claim someone is trans after they die. Wearing dresses occasionally to BREAK gender norms doesn’t mean a man wants to be a woman or thinks he’s a woman.

Just shows how attached they are to gender stereotypes... the last thing Kurt wanted.

[–] Julie92845 2 points (+2|-0)

Hell, even if Kurt wore dresses because he liked them that still wouldn't make him trans.

[–] TerfSedai 31 points (+31|-0)

Well, I guess this is refreshing since they usually blame Courtney Love. /s

[–] ouvalemonde EmpressLadybrain 16 points (+16|-0)

Oh I'm sure they could rope her in somehow. Courtney didn't validate him and ultimately murdered him by not calling him "she"

[–] Boudicaea 22 points (+22|-0)

We have his journals... they have been published. Why is this the first time I ever heard Kurt was trans?

[–] bellatrixbells 21 points (+21|-0)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAAHAHAH

Mrs Doubtfire of all things !!! 😂😂😂😂

[–] spacykate 3 points (+3|-0)

I'm having a hard time imagining Kurt Cobain sitting down to watch Mrs. Doubtfire, let alone it triggering some kind of identity crisis in him.

[–] MadSea 12 points (+12|-0)

Once again they prove no low is too low for their pathetic, degenerate selves.

[–] visits_radio 11 points (+11|-0)

The only thing they have proven is their lack of intelligence.

[–] crodish 8 points (+8|-0)

This is stupid conspiracy theory hour that too many idiots will be all too willing to believe because it ticks off the transgender interest box

Has anyone ever committed suicide over a comedy like Ace Ventura or Naked Gun 331/3? I remember watching Lindsay Ellis' video about "pop culture transphobia", in which she was very concerned about the scenes while showing them, and I couldn't help but laugh. What made it even more comical is that Lindsay referred to the characters as "she" when the joke is that they're men.

[–] Julie92845 1 points (+1|-0)

The funny thing is that the character in Ace Ventura wasn't even trans, to my memory. The guy was so hell-bent on revenge on someone he transitioned for a chance to ruin the guy's life.

I can't remember the details because it's been forever since I saw it but he didn't transition because he felt like a woman.

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