April 12, 2016
April 12, 2016
Popular Omaha nightclub ‘The Hive’ was the target of a transwoman sidewalk picket over the weekend. At issue was the unisex restroom now under construction at the establishment, which the bar owners intend to accommodate patrons of either sex who no longer “identify with” the restrooms designed for their anatomy. Transwomen and Drag Queens claimed the unisex facility was instead intended to discriminate against individuals with penises.The conflict was sparked when bar co-owner Jake Gardner made a comment on his personal Facebook page to his friends, stating his opinion that males should voluntarily use either male or unisex facilities unless they were transgender individuals who had undergone surgical and legal transition.
The comment sparked an online firestorm among legally-male individuals with penises who feel they “identity as” individuals with ovaries and vaginas. The bar’s business page was targeted with negative reviews and has since been taken down. “I thought I was posting to my friends, and it just went viral,” he told the Omaha World-Herald.
From the same article:
“Gardner, 34, is a self-described libertarian with long hair and a beard. He is also a former Marine, a veteran of deployments to Iraq and Haiti. He says people should be left alone to live as they see fit but says he doesn’t sugarcoat his statements.
“The last thing I would want to do is hurt a member of (the transgender) community,” he said. “But people’s feelings are going to be hurt when you bring something up that is sensitive.”
An article he read Tuesday about transgender bathrooms made him think about an assault at his bar, which he said happened a year ago. That led him to post the article along with his comments.
He described the incident like this: A person in women’s clothes but with male genitalia urinated in the women’s bathroom standing up. A woman in the bathroom said something. The person assaulted the woman. Bar staff ejected the attacker. The victim did not want a police report made, he said.
Gardner said he does not believe the person in the bathroom incident is representative of trans people as a whole. But he felt something needed to be done, leading to the bathroom project.
“I’m asking transgender folk to use the unisex … bathroom,” he said. “I don’t think it’s a big ask.”
Transwomen of Omaha disagree. Requesting male patrons to stay out of women’s facilities stigmatizes penis owners, they claim. “”It’s just kind of fear mongering,” said former ‘Occupy Omaha’ organizer Joshua Koleszar, to KETV Channel 7 News. “It’s casting us as predators and it doesn’t help forward the conversation.”
Like several of the heterosexual white male leaders of the former “Occupy” movement, Joshua has gone on to adopt an “oppressed identity” for himself, now calling himself Eris Koleszar and battling for the rights of penis owners not to be “stigmatized” by the “fear mongering” of women and girls who “oppress” him by casting penis owners as potential predators. In his spare time he lectures at lesbians on twitter, expounding on his philosophy of the radical praxis of “breaking down the barriers” of lesbian sexuality for heterosexual men.
March 28, 2016
North Carolina pushes back against transgender mandate to eliminate sex-based protections for women and girls
March 24, 2016
Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 2 into law late Wednesday after the state legislature convened in a special one-day session to prevent a local Charlotte ordinance from taking effect April 1.
The Charlotte ordinance provided anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people but included a “Gender Identity” provision that eliminated sex-based protections for women and girls- in fact, it eliminated the legal category of “sex” entirely. The ordinance allowed any man, including convicted sex-offenders, to access women’s facilities merely by declaring a “feeling” that they were reproductively female, although male-bodied.
House Bill 2 eliminates the ability of local municipalities to enact their own unique categories of legal protections within the state. The bill also creates the first statewide anti-discrimination policy for women and girls, based on legal sex (which is already a federally-protected right but one under attack from the Obama administration -which seeks to replace the legal category of sex with “Gender Identity”, a subjective and undefined quality lacking any characteristics and based on men’s “feelings”.
North Carolina becomes the first state to officially clarify that areas of public nudity (such as restrooms and locker rooms) in state-run facilities (such as public schools and municipal buildings), are sex-segregated areas. An exception is made for transgender individuals who change their legal sex marker on their birth certificates. Transgender lobbying groups had declined to propose any sort of compromise prior to the session, claiming that excluding convicted male sex-offenders from women’s spaces would restrict the men’s rights to express their feelings.
The measure passed the House overwhelmingly with bipartisan support while all the Democrats in the Senate took the unusual step of recusing themselves by walking out of the session and declining to register a vote either way. The remaining Republicans passed the measure by unanimous 32-0 vote. The legislature will not reconvene until April 30.
March 19, 2016
Reddit Admins Monitored My Private Messages and Banned Me for Private Laughter at Neckbeards in Fedoras
March 12, 2016
Reddit’s massive censorship and moderation issues reached my door when paid staff administrators informed me I was banned permanently for posting private information about another user. The only problem is that I never did any such thing. My sole history with the site was posting a few article links and making a few comments here and there, nothing notable. I assumed the accusation was yet another incidence of harassment by transgender males related to my gender-critical lesbian feminist politics. Reddit users will affirm that the male moderators of lesbian, feminist and transgender forums have a hair-trigger for banning any content relating to sexism or the oppression of female human beings based on our sex. Such content cock-blocks the redditor transgender fantasies of heterosexual male autogynephiles whose worldview depends on the total erasure of the existence of the female sex. (See numerous “I love my vagina!” titled links to dick-pics posted unmoderated in lesbian forums.)
Having heard of the difficulties reddit has had with controlling site moderation I assumed in good faith that admins had banned me in error and I contacted them and invited them to read my post history and reinstate my account. What happened next entered the realm of the surreal. Reddit admin “Redtaboo” informed me that admins had been monitoring my private messages and that I was being banned on the basis that one of my private messages contained a link to a public post by an individual who was also, according to admin, a reddit member.
What awful fuckery was this? According to reddit administrators, no woman may link in a private, unpublished message with another user any public post by any individual who also has (according to admin) a reddit account. According to reddit admins, any public post by any individuals known by admin to hold reddit accounts can never be mentioned in private messaging. Or something.
Whut? There are countless PUBLIC reddit POSTS discussing offsite PUBLIC POSTS made by individuals who also have reddit accounts. Yet lesbian feminists have our PRIVATE MESSAGES monitored by paid admins and we are banned for PRIVATELY discussing PUBLIC POSTS by individuals who may also have reddit accounts? None of this is mentioned in the TOS, of course. How curious, in that many persons publicly link to my posts, when I maintain(ed) a reddit account, and multiple public accounts impersonating me and attempting to publicly dox me on Reddit remain uncensored and unmoderated by site admin.
This whole absurdity made me very curious, since as I said I had only made a few posts and a handful of private messages on the reddit site. What reddit user’s public posts had I privately discussed in my private messaging that reddit admins were monitoring? Looking back at my history I noticed a few private messages had been deleted. Having sent less than a dozen private messages in my entire reddit history it wasn’t a difficult search. I had sent a PRIVATE message to another user where we laughed at the public neckbeard fedora photos of a man on twitter who stated that transgender people should be outed, doxed, publicly shamed and dis-employed via real life harassment if they support in any way the feminist critique of sex-roles. No reddit account or reddit post was mentioned. But “Redtaboo” seemed awfully concerned that the twitter doxxer linked privately in a private message was also a reddit user. (BTW the full content of my private message regarding this individual was “Neckbeard photos! Hahaha. Enjoy!”)
A few seconds on Google revealed that the twitter neckbeard doxxer was reddit user Amy_of_Dallas, who is, guess what! Completely “out” about himself on reddit including posting his LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyjess photos where he lists both his laydee-name Amy Jess Book and his original name, Jason G. Pallack. So even if someone had made a reddit post about the twitter doxxer (which they didn’t) he’s completely out anyway. He’s completely proud of his campaign to dox and harass fellow transgender people and harass them at their jobs.
But no one did make a post about him, nor did I. I simply laughed PRIVATELY about a neckbeard fedora fool in a private message on Reddit, a website where men monitor the PRIVATE speech of women, lesbians and feminists for signs of PRIVATE LAUGHTER at ridiculous men, in order to slander, ban and censor us from public speech.