Monthly Archives: April 2013

Anthropological Delusions

Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old skeleton which they believe may be the remains of a transgender person.

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Kamila Remišová, the head of the research team, said: “From history and ethnology, we know that when a culture had strict burial rules they never made mistakes with these sort of things.”

Archaeologist Kateřina Semrádová told Czech Position: “We believe this is one of the earliest cases of what could be described as a ‘transsexual’ or ‘third gender grave’ in the Czech Republic.”

 

Quick, make a tenious bull shitty projection onto gender of an ancient skeleton to make sure we get that gender queer funding!

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This is NOT Girlhood

This is not girlhood

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Girlhood is real and it’s not this. These are perverts. These are men who get off on dressing like child beauty pageant contestants. These are men who pretend they’re little girls to get their rocks off. This is sick fuckery and pomo queer theory says we should accept this shit as legitimate “sexuality.”

I say FUCK NO! Girlhood is not about YOUR DICKS!

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Lawrence University invokes shocking last minute BAN on Earth Day Keynote Speaker Lierre Keith due to her Feminist views on Gender

Men in dresses and their wives working together to prevent women from speaking on topics that have nothing to with them or their special snowflake status. This is some serious tranny privilege right here.  Apparently, Joelle Ruby Ryan was working to get Lierre censored. How fucking MASCULINE of you Joe!

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In a shocking last minute decision Lawrence University representatives no-platformed Deep Green Resistance founding member Lierre Keith from her scheduled Earth Day appearance due to previous feminist comments she has made about gender. Specifically, she was banned from speaking at the university due to her belief that Gender is socially created and not biologically innate.

Keith is the author of The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice and Sustainability and a well known writer, Radical Feminist, food activist and environmentalist. Her scheduled speech “Stopping Civilization’s Violence to the Earth” was booked as part of Lawrence’s Greenfire Earth Week Speaking Series.

An event organizer contacted Keith on April 11 with the disturbing news that Lawrence University faculty lecturer Helen Boyd (pen name of Gail Kramer) who is identified in emails as “Professor Helen Boyd-Kramer, a well-known transadvocate” was organizing a campaign to censor Keith’s environmentalist lecture. Boyd-Kramer is the heterosexual wife of transgender…

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Trans Merman?

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Like any other 22-year-old Floridian, Eric Ducharme loves to swim, except when he dives into the water, he trades his swim trunks for a floppy tail. Ducharme says he eats, sleeps, and breathes mermaids and mermen and tries to impersonate them whenever he can. “It’s a lifestyle. It’s a path in life that I have chosen,”

His love for all things mermen began as a child when, according to his website, his grandparents took him to an underwater theater and a woman in a mermaid costume swam by blowing kisses to the audience; at age six, Ducharme’s father hired two mermaids to swim up to a dock where the boy was eating his birthday cake. When he was 13, Ducharme created his company Mertailor, LLC and sold his own handcrafted tails made from garbage bags and various fabrics.

“It’s taking me a really long time to kind of understand my place in life,” Ducharme says of his obsession. Three times a week, he slips into his shiny handmade fin to swim Florida’s natural springs, an hour and a half drive from his home in Crystal River. He calls it “mermaiding” a time to escape the pressures of the real world. “When I put on a tail I feel transformed,” says Ducharme, who can hold his breath for four minutes at a time. “I feel like I’m starting to enter into a different world when I hit the water.”

And although his boyfriend Matthew Quijano was initially shocked, he’s accepted the mermen lifestyle. “When I first met Eric, I was introduced to the subject of mermaids, on our first date,” he says.”Your jaw just kind of drops and you’re just like, ‘wow.’

Ducharme’s mission is to make his costumes available to “every aspiring mermaid and merman who dreams of life in the sea.”

Hmm, sounds legit.

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