UK Attorney Sean “Shon” Faye Libels Ken Zucker On National Television

January 15, 2017

Footage of Trans activist attorney Sean “Shon” Faye libeling Canadian sexologist Kenneth Zucker with fabricated and unsubstantiated claims of abuse of minors. Clip has been removed from BBC website pending litigation.

Many readers will remember Sean Faye as the Guardian’s colorful, circa 2014 ‘Man who loves make-up’ columnist.

"Men in makeup: lawyer by day, glamour puss by night" -Guardian profile 2014

“Men in makeup: lawyer by day, glamour puss by night” -Guardian profile 2014

Sean has recently caught the Gender Identity bug and now claims that mammalian sexual dimorphic reproductive function causes distinct psychological profiles in humans (Man brains and Woman brains) and maintains he is psychologically female. Therefor his love of cosmetics now makes him “a woman”. He has adopted a feminized version of his name “Shon”, which is pronounced the same. *

Bonus points: Mr. Faye cites as fact: a 48% pediatric transgender suicide attempt rate based on self-report of an online survey of 27 individuals.

Faye claims he “works with a lot of transgender children” as a layperson activist provider.

Rebuttal by Ray Blanchard.

66 Responses to “UK Attorney Sean “Shon” Faye Libels Ken Zucker On National Television”

  1. petuniacat00 Says:

    Just looking at lazy Tranny Name Changes 😂

    Sean incidentally, spelt that way, is a female name. It’s one of those “Adrian” type works for either sex names. At least in Canada.

  2. ephemeroptera Says:

    It’s an interesting dynamic how personal identity and experience is presumed to equal broader expertise by Sean and the interviewer.

    Personal identity and experience often overlaps with that of others and can provide key insights and critiques, but it’s not the same as command of disciplinary studies related to your identity (eg suicide attempts by dysphoric youth and by youth with other psychiatric disorders).

    The conversation would have been different if *Blanchard* led off with rehearsal of the important studies; in that case, Sean would likely have been much more on the defensive throughout the exchange.

    Also, his hoop earrings were very distracting to me, they were so big.

    • OldPolarBear Says:

      I was surprised that the host/modertor sort of seemed to be trying to be somewhat fair and balanced about things, although your point about who went first is interesting and maybe it was just cleverly presented to look more balanced. I did notice that at about 1:15 in, the host used the term “sexual orientation” when that is not what it was about at all. I wonder, major goof, or deliberate confusion?

  3. Bob Doublin Says:

    “They didn’t ask for” said about the onset of puberty. I didn’t ask for all the things happening to me as I become an old man(I’m 64 this year),but hell,that is just the normal course of life for our species.

    I sure hope Zucker sues and wins

  4. LOL, he looks fucking comical. Men are deranged.

    • OldPolarBear Says:

      What, you mean most female attorneys don’tdress for public appearances wearing see-through lace tops, choker chains and gigantic hoop earrings?

      • Mark F. Says:

        Yeah, trannies NEVER dress like most actual women; it’s always some variation on the porn star look, or starlets going to the Oscars.

    • Arla Hile Says:

      I couldn’t help but chuckle at his outfit, and also that he had to let us know that he’s transgender, as if we couldn’t tell.

    • Meg Says:

      I would even say it’s not just his unprofessional appearance, his exaggerated mannerisms and stumbling over words while trying to sound like an authority just screams “I don’t know what the fuck I’m talking about.”

      If he thinks women talk that way, well, that says everything. Doesn’t it?

  5. Alfred Kinsey and John Money were the ones to sexually abuse their minor patients and subjects; and they both influenced the trans-agenda we know of today.

    • And don’t forget that other “hero” of the “sexual revolution,” Havelock Ellis. On the other hand, he is best left forgotten. All three of these guys were outright perverts.

      There was very little good that came out of that era of the “sexual revolution” because it went too far in pushing and knocking down boundaries and did it at women and children’s expense.

  6. punkworked Says:

    Saw this, the interview desperately trying to cut shut Shon but once he had the floor he was relentless. It was seen by millions on UK breakfast Tv, ahead of bbc 2 doc. Shon and his posse were trying to get what was a balanced examination of transgender pulled. Presumably because it feature two FTM detransitioners, one with post surgery regrets .Hope Zucker sues, the best argument against pro Trans experts are themselves

  7. GallusMag Says:

    ETA: WARNING- At least one reader using Google Chrome got hit with this scam malware pop-up and had to force quit:

    My apologies to this reader. I will look for another link with no pop-ups.


    Watch full documentary in US here. (You will get a few pop-ups* SEE WARNING ABOVE ).

    ETA: Commenter Dorothy below said her computer had an issue with the site. I’ve had no problems with it, but use your own judgement until we find out what her issue was. You WILL get a pop-up that you need to delete by closing that block-up window in your browser. *See warning above

    MY APOLOGIES FOLKS. I had no issues with the site and was unaware. Thanks again Dorothy.

  8. Forget all that stuff and avoid YouTube. Download – Beware of popups and popunders – then create a dropbox and or share among your social circle thru Google Drive

  9. hearthrising Says:

    Streaming was slow and there were weird popups, but that’s the only problem I had with the documentary. I scanned my computer after watching and there was no problem.

    My initial reaction to the documentary was that it was still biased. After some reflection I think it may have been difficult to get people from key demographics who question the current approach to talk on camera. And they undoubtedly had time limitations. There are so many things about this issue that are wrong that it’s difficult to get to all of them, especially when you’re trying to give a voice to both sides.

    • GallusMag Says:

      “Streaming was slow and there were weird popups, but that’s the only problem I had with the documentary. I scanned my computer after watching and there was no problem.”

      Same here. Couple popups and streamed a bit slow at the end but otherwise fine.

  10. AWESOME CAT Says:

    I uploaded the documentary to the “Internet Archive” — no ads or pop-ups, and it should be safe there. They rarely take anything down, but we’ll see. Anyway, here it is:

    • GallusMag Says:

      THANK YOU AWESOME ONE!!!!!!!!!!

    • juno Says:

      Thank you! perfect solution, and one that is likely to last awhile.

    • LC Says:

      Good documentary, and thank you. It was fairly balanced, and to me the woman who had detransitioned had the most sympathetic story, and Kenneth Zucker was the most interesting speaker. The story of the girl who started identifying as trans after witnessing her mother’s murder- horrifying, but made far more sense than anything the transactivists said. Trans is an expression of trauma and mental illness. Sad for the people suffering with dysphoria, but they need real treatment, not cultist devotion.

  11. Margie Says:

    I suppose everyone has heard about Pres. Obama’s commutation of Bradley Manning’s prison sentence today. It makes me sick. This person did not deserve clemency. He wasn’t a whistleblower. He didn’t even read the diplomatic cables that he leaked and he admitted that he was doing it to lash out at the world and create havoc. He has shown no real remorse for what he did. He spent most of the last 6 years promoting himself, building a victim narrative, and demanding that taxpayers pay for his “transitioning.” (The NY Times reported that the Army actually sends a voice specialist to his prison to help him imitate a woman’s voice. This is supposedly medical care.)

    This is a guy who assaulted a female superior officer. This is a guy who hid his “trans” identity and let the world believe that he is an ordinary gay soldier, nearly derailing the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. His selfishness and dishonesty could have destroyed the entire repeal effort, leaving discriminatory practices in place for decades to come. And now he will be released in May and we will be subjected to Bradley Manning on reality TV and in magazines and serving as marshal in various Pride parades. To add insult to injury, Obama and other Democrats will think that granting clemency to this criminal is doing a favor for LGB people. Here’s an article about the woman he assaulted:

    • michelle Says:

      It would not surprise me one iota if the commutation was designed to get the feds off the hook for his surgery. Given the circumstances of the conviction, I am not even sure if he still has VA benefits that would allow him onto an eternal waiting list once the release occurs in May (at least it was not a pardon, so he is stuck with the consequences of a felony conviction).

      I am also curious whether he even still plays the trans game by the end of the year or whether, like other felons, realizes what a gravy train they are at forking over money to the other freaks in their midst and stays with it…

      Or…does someone just go overboard when they Code Red his ass…

      • Margie Says:

        I think I can answer 2 of those questions:

        1) He is absolutely getting a dishonorable discharge and that means no VA benefits. So he will have to pay for his “transition” himself.

        2) He will definitely try to profit once he is released. We can expect a self-serving book, speaking fees, and maybe a movie deal. Of course, media opportunities will diminish with time as his story will eventually become stale. So at that point, we can expect the “LGBT” machine to step up and offer him employment. He really has no useful skills, has a felony record, and is mentally unstable, but hiring him would be considered a big score among the twisted elites who run certain “LGBT” organizations. I don’t think HRC would touch him, but the LGBTQ Task Force definitely would, as would the various T-only orgs. I could also see the ACLU hiring him, as they represent him and his “transman” lawyer, Chase Strangio, is invested in seeing him become a trans activist icon.

    • Kathleen Lowrey Says:

      Chelsea Manning was a whistleblower. Or you’d prefer that evidence of war crimes remain hidden rather than the wrong sort of person bring them to public attention? Did nothing in the Collateral Murder video make you feel “sick” or is that depth of feeling reserved for things that make you glory in self-righteousness?

      • kesher Says:

        Bradley Manning handed Wikileaks an info dump that included such information as the identities of agents that could have gotten people killed. To his credit, Assange consulted with media experts about what information was fit for public release, but Manning had no way to know Assange (or Lamo) would do that. He didn’t even know what specifically was in the info dump. But trans can do no wrong, amirite?

      • rheapdx1 Says:

        Manning is not, repeat not a whistleblower, a hero or an icon. What this person did was AND is akin to what Robert Hansen did.

        But Hansen did not get a commutation. No accolades by kool-aid drinkers. For his multiple breaches and offenses, he still languishes, as a guest at the SuperMax in Florence, Colorado. And this is for life.

        The fact that Manning got this special break, confirms something very ugly in the sorry minds of the t community, as well as their toadies and handmaidens. Perhaps the final justice will be dealt to this creep, before even Lucifer gets the news.

  12. donesoverydone Says:

    Reblogged this on stop trans chauvinism.

  13. chloealexa Says:

    Ray Blanchared and Ken Zucker, bring a lot of misunderstanding of Transgender people, because of their myopic view of them. [They consider themselves the Trans experts.] The BBC program is weighted to misinformation without a person explaining the standards of today. These are people along with, Paul McHugh, who are from the Dark Ages when it comes to understanding Trans people. Their methods have been proven to cause difficulties against modern methods, and can be considered damaging.

  14. angelaroselle Says:

    This man seems like he is suffering from autogynephilia. Autogynephilia is a mental illness where men can sexually aroused dressing and imitating women. This is what I am seeing with this Sean or Shon person in the article right now. In fact, it was proven by research that ninety percent of male to female transgender people do have this disease.

    Recently, the DSM-5 removed Autogynephilia from the list of mental disorders. It makes you wonder why they did such a thing, huh? Maybe, the publishers of the DSM-5 don’t want people realizing that Autogynephilia might be the root cause of why so many male to female trans women transition to become women. Who knows? I just find this all interesting.

    • kesher Says:

      Well, to be fair, what he did is slander since he spoke his false allegations out loud rather than express them in writing.

      And I’m loving the claim that you “doxxed” him. You don’t get to claim that when you try to make yourself a public figure before making the incredibly lazy ladyname change from Sean to Shon.

      He’s like a character in some dumb slapstick movie where he puts on a fake moustache and assumes no one will recognize him.

      • GallusMag Says:

        Right?? He was in the Guardian as Sean just a few months before or something. lol wtf. Reminds me of that ‘twanzwoman’ Nicola Spurling running for office in Canada who claimed (the week following the woman on Survivor being “outed” even though FTM forums had been discussing her for a year) that he had been “outed” by news media as trans EVEN THOUGH he had headed Vancouver LGBT Pride as Nick Spurling FOR YEARS prior. Hello?? What the fuck is wrong with these people??

      • GallusMag Says:

        He still has his ETSY page up?

      • GallusMag Says:

        ‘I shaved and parted my hair on the side. Never mention all my previous attention whoring now.’ LOL

      • rheapdx1 Says:

        What is wrong, is that one is seeing the enabling of the erasure class.

        It is safe to say, nay bet….that if any of those persons get elected, they will only do for their own and to hell with anyone else. No different than the ‘crazy white guys’ in the lower 48, who are doing the same thing.

  15. dana Says:

    get fucked creep

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