May 24, 2012
I’m sure that almost every radical feminist, at one time or another, started out by being sympathetic towards trans women.
Trapped in an unforgiving patriarchy that demands strict adherence to masculinity and femininity, some males are caught out, and are unable to tow the masculine line, leading them to inevitably experience “gender dysphoria”.
Unable to act out the masculine pantomime, unable to identify with other males, this small group of vulnerable men reach the conclusion that if they are not men, then they must be… the furthest thing possible from a man…which in male eyes, is a woman.
But why the certainty, when they don’t actually know what it’s like to be a woman? And why is it always so easy to spot a trans woman online even when they are trying their very best to write “like a woman”?
The answer is simple: To patriarchal consciousness, women…
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