March 8, 2016

international women's day for men toronto

24 Responses to “No.”

  1. stchauvinism Says:

    Transwomen in Pakistan celebrate International Women’s Day by protesting Women’s Protection Bill, a bill that will not allow men who have been accused of throwing acid or rape of visiting the victims home or workplace, on the grounds that is against “men’s honor”

  2. GallusMag Says:


    This man, “Amazon Eve” used to troll HBS sites as “Black Swan”. He is six foot eight and actually believed he was “stealth”.

    • Magdalena Z. Says:

      Yuck. “If women don’t want to have sex they just say they have a headache” huh? Where did he get his “woman” knowledge, I Love Lucy?

    • ex home birthers Says:

      I’m sure they confused stealth w people being afraid to say differently to their face. Very few people would pick a fight with someone that big. It reminds me of several people who were notorious liars but felt that others saw them as truthful. In reality other folks were too embarrassed to confront them about the obviousness of their lies.

      • LOL, yes, ex home birthers. The Emperor Has No Clothes.

      • kesher Says:

        It’s also generally considered rude to say something. For my part, if I ran into someone whom I thought I clocked but I wasn’t 100 percent sure about I’d say nothing out of fear of offending a real woman.

        It also makes me think of how men frequently have no clue what women actually think of them because there is so much social sanction against us for criticizing men, not laughing at their jokes, not kissing their asses essentially. Men are frequently very insecure regarding what women really think of them, as they should be.

      • sellmaeth Says:

        The men who are insecure are the clever ones. Many men are totally sure that women think they’re awesome … because no woman ever dared tell them otherwise.

        Of course, they then accuse women of lying … yeah, as if they wanted to be told the truth.

  3. lovetruthcourage Says:

    Erasing women on their one day of the year? Not surprised.

  4. Franklin Says:

    From the article:

    “1) Sex is an intrinsic biological characteristic. There are two, and only two, sexes: male and female.

    2) All persons are either one sex or the other. No person can be neither. Normally, no person can be both. No person can change sex without major medical intervention.

    3) Genders are the social manifestation of sex. There are two, and only two, genders: men and women, (boys and girls). All males are either boys or men. All females are either girls or women.”

    One and two are pretty much correct (with perhaps the exception of a vanishingly tiny number of intersex people, most of whom are just men or women with some minor genital mutation).

    Three is obviously false.

    It is amazing how trans ideologues have used the falseness of (3) to discredit the true statements (1) and (2)

    • lovetruthcourage Says:

      I disagree that 2 is true. One can not change sex even with medical intervention. Surgery changes one’s appearance, but not one’s sex. One’s chromosomes remain male, even with SRS. The appearance of the thing, is not the thing.

      • Annoyed Bi Chick Says:

        And even with the superficial appearance change, if a forensic pathologist found one of these people’s badly-decomposed remains somewhere, would they be IDd as a woman? No. The pathologist would see the shape of their pelvis, the angle of the femur between the hip and the knee, the brow ridge (or scarring on the bone where it was surgically removed), size of the hands relative to the rest of the arm, size of teeth, shape of the clavicle, and about a hundred other things, and come to the correct conclusion that the person was male, even without looking at DNA. It’s ridiculous to think that these obvious anatomical differences can be somehow just wished into the cornfield for being inconvenient, even if they’re not particularly significant most of the time.

        It’s also a total red herring to throw in intersex people here, because intersex conditions are rare, and most intersex people tend to be more one than the other, with some notable exceptions, of course. But that’s an edge case. When you’re talking about 98% of the population, that is still most people. A general rule that covers 98% of cases is a good general rule.

      • I agree with you. Conflation of sex and gender makes a thoughtful discussion impossible, which, of course, is why the trans cult conflates sex and gender.

      • WTF Is This Nonsense? Says:

        “badly-decomposed remains” – I saw where some dude couldn’t bear the thought of a traditionally masculine name on his tombstone, but yeah, dig up an SRS patient thousands of years from now, and science isn’t going to be fooled by the name on the tombstone.

    • coelacanth Says:

      Like most trans quotes about reality, this one seems to have been written once again by the ubiiquitous Dr. Bull A. Shit, BA (Gender Studies). Dr. Shit was last seen running from his plastic surgery counselling clinic clutching a doctor’s bag stuffed with thousands of dollar bills and a child’s toy.

  5. coelacanth Says:

    If I’m not mistaken, on the left of the picture holding the banner — is that… Stefonknee? It is Toronto where he reigns supreme. Or perhaps it’s Bruce Villanch. Hard to tell with these new fangled women.

  6. Bev Jo Says:

    Putting the male and trans symbol on the traditional feminist women’s symbol looks like rape graffiti. It is SO offensive and disgusting.

  7. Margotalways Says:

    Once again, insisting that being a woman is pretty much 100% dependent on following the rules of femininity, you know, because how other people observe you is more important than the reality of your own body.

    Fuck. That. Noise.

  8. Someone should just run up and spraypaint out the “wo” and there you have it.

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