If the trans rights movement were a zombie aimed at destroying Western Civilisation — and it is — then it wouldn’t be one of the stumbling, shambling ones you see on Walking Dead.
Which is to say no other identity politics movement has suborned our culture with such terrifying rapidity as trans rights.
These people — often fresh from “Uni” where they have imbibed all the worst idiocies of post-modernism and neo-Marxist identity politics — make no contribution to the institution’s core business.
Not content with having ‘TERFs’ like Julie Bindel and Linda Bellos harassed out of public-speaking events, or with successfully invading or closing down 15 public meetings of trans-sceptics in recent months, or with carrying out at least six incidents of violence or intimidation against feminists who oppose changes to the Gender Recognition Act that would make it easier for men to claim to be women, now trans activists want the police to punish ‘transphobic’ (read: heretical) speech.
We should boycott the Wellcome Collection, men and women alike.
We’ve had some questions about why we’re using the word womxn for this event. We’re using it because we feel that it is important to create a space/venue that includes diverse perspectives. It was agreed during our conversations with collaborators as the programme developed.
— Wellcome Collection (@ExploreWellcome) October 9, 2018
Wait! Let me fix that event name for you 'gaslighting – who have we forgotten?' Why, women! Your explanation is idiotic, I hope WOMEN boycott you in droves.
— Sonia Poulton (@SoniaPoulton) October 9, 2018
I find myself incurably curious as to why you have decided to erase the word women without for a moment considering why that might create a space/venue that excludes women. It is spelt WOMEN.
— Jenny Dee (@JennyAnnDee) October 10, 2018
I’ll be a womxn when men become mxn. Until then jog on and stop eroding women’s rights.
— Suzie Leighton (@suzietcce) October 10, 2018
The group to which I belong is not represented. Women. Adult human females. Once again, we are expected to give way, to concede ground that has been won at great cost over centuries. As an aside, when you say ‘womxn’ in conversation, how is it pronounced?
— Jane Waring (@warijan) October 10, 2018