We’ve all heard about FTMs  taking illegal Testosterone injections either using a friend’s prescription or buying black market. They do this to avoid liver function and endocrine screening required to prevent adverse reactions. Possession of   unprescribed class III substances is illegal and subject to up to three years incarceration. So you figure only a total idiot would go around advertising their illegal testosterone usage. Or brag about it on YouTube.


But what do you call an idiot who is a licensed nurse and not only brags about distributing and administering illegal schedule III injections BUT DOES IT ON CAMERA ON YOUTUBE. Well for one thing you have to assume they are ready for a vacation from the nursing profession. It is illegal for nurses to administer medications without an Md’s order. It is HIGHLY illegal for a nurse to supply AND administer injections of unprescribed schedule III controlled substances. And this person, claiming they are a licensed LPN or RN posts a video of themselves on YouTube doing just that. Unbelievable. It’s the internet, folks! Your employer can see it. The State Nursing Board of California can see it. Duh.

Intervention, STAT.

freshlycharles youtube

From the YouTube video:

Freshlycharles (FC): I’m gonna give Wesley a shot.

Adhamh Roland (AR): Cool, like today?

FC: Yeah.

AR: First time?

Wesley Flash (WF): Yeah, maybe even like, on the internet.

AR: (gasp)

WF: what? Everyone else does it.

FC: Do you feel peer pressure?

WF: No, not at all this is something that I’ve been wanting to do.

FC: This is Wesley Flash’s first T shot but it’s gonna be the most unique t-shot ever shown on the internet. It’s called the double team T.

WF: It’s also underground slash-double slash- I don’t have a prescription, haha.

FC: Using some street T.

WF: I’m using street T, oh yeah that’s funny.

FC: AKA my T. This is true trans solidarity, brotherhood, gayness…

WF: Peer pressure.. just a little peer pressure. I’m doing this for you, I’m doing this for the art.

This photo of a male wearing a skirt in protest of restrictive gender norms caused a shitstorm of outrage from transgenders after it was posted on the Equality Maryland facebook page. From one activist: “Do the cisgender people who posted this image realize how insulting it is to transsexual women?  It’s no different than if I attended, say, one of Martin Luther King’s rally in blackface and claimed to be an ally. It’s insulting.”

“We aren’t interested in redefining what it means to be a boy or a girl.” complained another.

“I think part of the issue here is that you can’t get past the fact that most trans women generally aren’t invested in caring about men stepping outside of acceptable masculinity.”

“The haters are going to have a field day with this pic. Again, mocking the trans again. So, so, cis.”

Trans-jacktivists have become increasingly vocal about protesting media images of gender-nonconforming males and drag performers. This despite the fact that crossdressers and drag queens are included under the political banner of transgenderism. In recent months trans have protested an actor wearing a wig on the Craig Ferguson Show, protested and attempted to censor the Comedy Relief benefit performance of Susan Boyle’s duet with drag performer Peter Kay, and protested a Drag Bingo benefit for an LGBT rights organization.

Trans activism increasingly centers around protesting males who crossdress and impersonate females without claiming an internal self-reported male “female identity”, as well as media images of transgenders who fail to conform to conservative female gender roles and presentations. We are witnessing the increasing conservatism of the transgender movement, the prime tenet of which is the belief that males and females have differently gendered neurological brain “sex identities”, and that such speculative brain differences form a biological basis for sexist cultural gender roles. Transgenders who identify as non-binary “genderqueers”, and the largest demographic of the transgender umbrella: heterosexual male crossdressers are not only being pushed to the margins politically, but are actively being shunned and silenced by the current transactivist movement. This reflects a general tendency in trans people to consider some trans (themselves) “true” transgenders (males with “female brains”) and others “false” transgenders (pretenders and “mere” female impersonators). The trend of censoring images of all people who fail to follow conservative social gender traditions is the latest iteration of the highly conservative and sexist transgender philosophy, as is the trend of protesting gender performers who do not claim to possess an “opposite-sexed brain”.

Autumn Sandeen "Good"- claims to have "female brain"

Peter Kay "Transphobic"- does not claim to have "female brain"























The photo of the young man in a skirt was removed from Equality Maryland’s website as a result of the outcry from trans activists.







A meeting organised by the

Royal College of Psychiatrists’

Gay and Lesbian Special Interest Group

Friday 20th May, 2011

15 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PG

“This will be an extremely stimulating meeting exploring the most recent academic, clinical and contemporary thinking on transgender issues, for all people interested in this field.


Domenico Di Ceglie M.D. Dip.Psychiat (It), FRCPysch

Domenico Di Ceglie is Director of Training Development and Research, Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London and Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, University College London.

Previously Director, GIDS (1989-2009) and Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the Adolescent Department, Tavistock Clinic; Honorary Senior Lecturer, The Royal Free and University College Medical School, London; Visiting Professor in Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Perugia, Italy (1992-1996); Psychotherapist (retired) Lincoln Centre for Psychotherapy, London.

He has a longstanding interest in adolescence and has worked in adolescent in-patient units and has been widely involved in consultative work to organisations and to professional networks.  He has been Organising Tutor of an MA course accredited by the University of East London in Adolescent Mental Health for professionals.

In 1989 he founded a specialist service for children, adolescents and their families facing gender identity issues at St. George’s Hospital, London, now based at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust. He was the service Director until March 2009. The GIDS provides a multi-disciplinary service countrywide, consultation, training and research and has been nationally designated and funded by the National Specialised Commissioning Group, UK. He has developed models of care and treatment for children and adolescents with gender identity disorder and has been involved in research projects.  He has published papers about his work and edited a book “A Stranger in My Own Body – Atypical Gender Identity Development and Mental Health” (Karnac Books, London).  He was highly commended in the Health & Social Care Awards, 2004.  He gives frequent lectures in the UK and abroad and has undertaken extensive research in the area of Gender Identity

Julie Bindel, Journalist

Julie Bindel has been involved in campaigning to end violence against women and children for 30 years. She is the co-editor of The Map of My Life: The Story of Emma Humphreys, Astraia Press, 2003, and a number of chapters and papers on topics such as domestic violence and homicide, rape, stalking and harassment, and trafficking and prostitution. She currently divides her time between research and journalism. In 2010 Julie was named by the Independent on Sunday as one of the 100 most influential people from the lesbian and gay community in the UK.

Christina Richards BSc (Hons), MSc, MBPsS, Senior Specialist Psychology Associate

Christina Richards is Senior Specialist Psychology Associate at the WLMHT Gender Identity Clinic (Charing Cross) where she practices individual and group psychotherapy as well as psychological assessment. She is also a part time postgraduate lecturer on sexuality and mental health. She has published several chapters and papers and, along with Dr Penny Lenihan at the WLMHT GIC and Dr Meg Barker at the Open University, will have her first book: Sexuality and gender for counsellors, psychologists and health professionals: A practical guide published by Sage in 2012

James Barrett, Lead Clinician, Gender Identity Clinic

James Barrett is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Senior Lecturer and is the Lead Clinician at the West London Mental Health Gender Identity Clinic (Charing Cross). Over the last 25 years working in this field he has assessed and treated about six thousand patients. He is the Editor of and main psychiatric contributor to: Transsexual and Other Disorders of Gender Identity: A Practical Guide to Management, which is the standard text in the field.  He is also a General Medical Council Assessor and Supervisor, a College Fellow and Examiner, a keen cyclist and the holder of a British Cheese Society Diploma.

Az Hakeem, Consultant Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist

Az Hakeem has run a specialist psychotherapy service for patients with transgender and other gender identity disorders from the Portman Clinic for over a decade. The service is the only one of its kind in the UK’s NHS and covers a national catchment area. Patients are seen for assessment and psychotherapy either individual or group of a modified analytic model specifically tailored for gender identity patients on which he has published numerous papers over recent years.

Az Hakeem is also the Head of The Dartmouth Park Unit, a specialist Mentalization Based Personality Disorder Service which he was instrumental in setting up for Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust five years ago. He is a Tutor and external advisor for the College and also delivers teaching to medical undergraduates at University College London.  Az Hakeem also works as a psychiatrist for the media and has been involved in a number of television programmes both on and off screen.”


This upcoming conference of gay and lesbian psychiatrists on the topic of treatment modalities for transgender clients has the trans-jacktivist communities up in arms.

Dominic Di Ceglie has long stated how problematic current transgenderist “treatments” of drugs and surgery are for the youth population he treats, a full 25% of whom rapidly drop the whole transgender philosophy upon entering talk therapy. Not to mention the overwhelming majority of gender role non-conforming  children (98%) turn out to be homosexual or to a lesser degree hetero non-trans adults.

Az Hakeem is the author of “Transsexualism: A case of The Emperor’s New Clothes?”, “Changing Sex or Changing Minds: Specialist Psychotherapy and Transsexuality”, and “Deconstructing Gender in Trans-Gender Identities” as well as other psychiatric papers and remains one of the only practitioners of psychiatric treatment available to transgender patients in the UK which integrates analysis of cultural gender norms.

Predictably, pro-medical/surgical treatment trans-jactivists, who have long fought to prevent any further scientific study of, or alternative treatment for transgenderism are responding with the usual tactics of abuse and harassment. Notably, M2Ts have singled out feminist lesbian journalist Julie Bindel for the most egregious abuse.

Anti-Gay and Lesbian and Anti-feminist Trans-jacktivist Paris Lees

Trans-Jacktivist Paris Lees

Spokesman for UK non-profit The Gender Trust:

Has started an online campaign called “Julie Bindel’s Genitals” on Facebook and WordPress:

Paris Lees' campaign

Like many tran activists Mr. Lees has confused a diagram of the female reproductive system with “genitals”. This is common among a male population that believes cosmetic surgery that transforms their penis into a rough visual approximation of exterior female genitalia “makes them women”. Anti-feminist activist Mr. Lees, who claims on his YouTube page that he is employed by the Millivres Prowler Group , has not included any of the male conference participants in his campaign nor their genitals or reproductive systems. Mr Lees main objection to Bindel seems to be her feminist analysis, as he states:

“And furthermore, I am a rad fem. I am reclaiming the term. There is nothing radical about Bindel’s rather stale and circular brand of feminism. She and various other bigoted cis ‘thinkers’ have suspected for quite some time that trans women who identify as feminists are merely trying to enter women’s ideological space. So let’s do it.

Henceforth, ‘rad fem’ will refer to a trans person who believes that the personal is political, that biology does not equal destiny, that human beings deserve bodily autonomy and that it is morally objectionable to place meanings and judgments onto other people’s gendered bodies. It means a belief in equality and judging people on their words and actions – and not their appearance. In short, it will now mean everything that the words ‘Julie Bindel’ do not.

Enjoy Julie Bindel’s genitals.”

"Transwomen" raped by own genitals

Seems this upcoming conference (or at least Julie Bindel’s invite to speak) has the anti-organic treatment option crowd up to their usual tricks. This is yet another split among the increasingly failing transgender political coalition, as the minority of trans who agree with increased treatment options get tossed yet again under the bus by pro-surgical anti-feminist transgenders.

I was reading CNN’s article about a just released Canadian Medical Journal report on the gender imbalance in Asian countries. Not surprisingly, the sex-selective abortion, infanticide and murder of 100 million women has led to vast unnatural gender gaps in nations when such practices are commonplace. The recent report shows that up to one forth of females have been eliminated in regions of India, China and Korea. Also shown is the profound correlation between sex selective abortion and the birth of a “first born” daughter. “If the first child is a girl, couples will often sex select to ensure a boy in the second pregnancy especially where low fertility is the norm. A large study in India showed that for second births with one preceding girl the SRB is 132, and for third births with two previous girls it is 139, while sex ratios where the previous child was a boy are normal,” the study explains.” The natural sex ratio is 105 males to 100 females.

As reported by CNN, there is a down-side to genocide of females: Potential future male unhappiness.

From CNN: “The problem with all this researchers say, is that there can be consequences to an imbalanced sex ratio.  Many of these men will not marry or have children in a society where marriage is universal. These men, researchers say, may be psychologically vulnerable and prone to depression, aggressive behavior and violence.”

Gendercide may lead to male unhappiness if there aren’t enough females around for every man to own one! Oh noez!  NOW there really is a reason for concern.

According to a story reported by CBC NewsThe outlook for a generation of males entering their reproductive years in the next 20 years is “grim,”

So grim. Grim. Grim.Grim. What a terrible outlook. No female slave to bare your seed and abort your daughters. That’s really tough on the males. They’ve killed all the females and now it’s hard to find someone to rape and oppress. How depressing for them. Poor them.

And I wish I was making this up. Really, I do. Oh how I do wish it. But I didn’t: The CBC also helpfully reports the “up-side” to female genocide. The positive side: “The team also pointed to potential pluses of sex selection, such as an increase in the proportion of wanted births, and placing a higher value on women as their numbers in society fall.”

A higher value.



A 20 page guidebook on transgender prisoners was issued to wardens across the UK last week. As a result of the UK’s Gender Recognition Act the Ministry of Justice’s guidelines state “An establishment must permit prisoners who consider themselves transsexual and wish to begin gender reassignment to live permanently in their acquired gender.”

Unlike other prisoners who must wear prison uniforms, self-identified transgenders may wear their own clothes, and will be given access to prosthetics, devices, and gendered street clothes used to disguise their physical sex. Males who want to must be referred to as “miss” or “ma’am” and be called by a fake name of their choosing. These new guidelines apply to transgendered who have not been issued a “Gender Recognition Certificate” by the government but to those who remain legally regarded as their actual physical sex. Male murderers and rapists who wish to “become women” are already provided with state paid Gender Reassignment Surgery and then transferred to women’s prisons, regardless of concerns for those women’s safety.

In at least one case, a man in prison for kidnapping and attempted murder of a woman received a taxpayer funded sex change, transferred to a woman’s prison, then after a few years demanded a reverse-sex-change back to male, also taxpayer funded.

I was unable to locate records of any “female to male” transgenders fighting for transfer to the male prison of their chosen gender. Presumably this is because females who want to be male decide to avoid placement with their brethren because the male prison population (like all male populations) is far more violent than the female one.

Instead of standard uniforms, inmates who wish to transgender may wear high heels, lingerie, dresses, wigs, make-up, nail polish, suits and ties, and other body coverings as well as complex prosthetic devices.

The new guidelines are being heralded by trans-activists as a new era in gender rights, and one beneficial to many transgenders who undergo incarceration in much higher rates than the general public. According to one US source, “Sixty-five percent of male-to-female (MtF) transgender people have spent time in prison or jail, as well as 29 percent of people who identify as female-to-male (FtM)—rates far above that of the general population.”

According to a new study published in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, less than 50% of studies evaluating cardiac stents, pacemakers, implantable defibrillators, and other high risk cardiac devices include data on females, even though such data is mandated by the FDA’s own guidelines.

Researchers analyzed 123 studies of 78 cardiac devices that received pre-market approval from the FDA for men and women from 2000 to 2007. Of 123 studies, there was no information on the sex of participants in 28% of studies. Among those that did report gender, 67% of participants were men, on average.

The FDA had instituted a policy to analyze gender bias in all device applications, but more than half of these studies did not include such an analysis. Twelve of 47 studies that did include this summary noted that there was a difference seen in the device’s safety or efficacy in women, compared with men.

There was no uptick seen in the number of women enrolled in studies over the course of the study.”

The FDA instituted regulations requiring gender related data in 1994 but ignores their own rules.

Dr. Pam Marcovitz, Medical Director of Ministrelli Women’s Heart Center at Beaumont Hospital states ““This is 15 years after the FDA, National Institutes of Health, and Congress strongly recommended addressing gender-specific issues, and we are still treating women as small men,” she says. “We should all be outraged by this.”

Lead study author Dr. Rita Redberg:  “We think it’s important that we know that devices, particularly cardiac devices, which are often permanently implanted, are shown to be safe and effective in women as well as in men, because otherwise you [risk] exposing someone to definite harm with no known benefit, and I don’t think that’s something we want to continue.”

“We think it’s particularly important for devices, because there are substantial data that devices perform differently in women from the way they do in men. A lot of them are implanted, and there are more procedural complications in women, and women have more bleeding in general than men do,” Redberg said.