trans exclusionary radical feminist discourse relies on the notions that; -young ppl cant be trusted to know themselves -transitioning is a crime against the beauty of womynhood if yr AFAB; a crime against nature if yr AMAB -parents cannot be trusted (in this matter alone)
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all of their beliefs are literally centered around distrust, suspicion, and that they know better than everyone/anyone else. their main drives are either imaginary offenses "we cant say woman! what if a bad thing happens in prisons- but only trans related!!" or blanket distrust
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and before someone thinks its clever to throw "they know better than everyone else" back in my face, trans ppl accept detransitioners as a whole. we listen to the only person affected (THE person) and we dont stand in their way to be trans or de trans.
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its just so obnoxious that this movement (especially on hate island) is literally a nightmare collection or busybody Karens who've decided that they know better for EVERYONE and again, WE allow ppl to make the choice for themselves, WE don't "make" anyone trans or not trans.
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the battle for trans rights is really the battle of self direction and self actualization before a homogenous, commodifying, reductionist vision of life where your options are reduced to whatever a group of histrionic harpies think they should be

Oct 19, 2021 · 4:54 PM UTC

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I hate how it re-directs righteous anger cis women hold towards the evils of white patriarchy. It serves patriarchy to have energy directed away from them, and onto a very small group of trans and nonbinary people (who would be natural allies against patriarchy!)
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Goddamn. I see why you are a writer. You're fucking GIFTED. This is an important, prevalent issue and you expertly and logically stated your case. I admire you.