Why I am gender critical

1 – Introduction

Let’s start with a little introduction. In this blog post, I am going to explain why I am ‘gender critical’, and perhaps why you should be, too.

I will be using various terms that seem to be confusing for some people, so I’ll define them here:

  • Man: adult human male
  • Woman: adult human female
  • Male: the sex that produces small gametes
  • Female: the sex that produces large gametes
  • TIM: trans-identified male (e.g. Bruce Jenner)
  • TIF: trans-identified female (e.g. Ellen Page)

So what is ‘gender critical’ exactly? It’s hard to explain without explaining trans activism first.

Transgender activism is a movement within the (now) LGBTQ+ community that started around 2015, when Europe’s largest LGB organization Stonewall started shifting focus. Instead of focusing on LGB rights, which by that time were pretty much taken for granted in the West, they started focusing on the T: transgender. Even then, this was a controversial move.

Transgenderism can be seen as the modern version of transsexualism. Only this time they want to keep their bits, and rather than medical procedures to actually appear more like the opposite sex, these people simply ‘self-identify’ as men, women, or ‘neither’ (often called ‘non-binary’). It started off with the ‘trans women’ and ‘trans men’, but not too long after that, ‘non-binary’ became more and more popular, as well as many, many other so-called ‘gender identities’. What exactly ‘gender identity’, no one seems to be able to explain. The best definition we have so far is from Merriam-Webster, who define it as:

A person’s internal sense of being male, female, some combination of male and female, or neither male nor female.


Gender identity ideology (the ideology central to transgender activism) seems to be built on the idea that this so-called ‘gender identity’ is what actually makes you male or female, not your sex. However, this definition still doesn’t explain anything. What exactly does it mean to ‘feel’ male or female? Why is it relevant? Questions we still haven’t gotten an answer to. There also seems to be no real scientific basis for this ‘gender identity’.

Transgender activism wants us to believe this ‘gender identity’ is a real thing, and that it should be the basis for access to sex-specific spaces and such. Think of female-only sports, bathrooms, changing rooms, rape crisis centers, quota, etc. According to activists (including Amnesty International) anyone is whatever they say they are. Right. I am a frog. Don’t believe me? You’re just a transphobic Nazi fascist who should be sh-

Sorry, the trans activist inside of me got a little ahead there. But yeah, anyone is whatever they say they are, regardless of hormones or surgery or whatever else. At least, that’s what they say.

2 – ‘The science’

And because most people do not believe in this principle, trans activists go looking for evidence. What makes a ‘trans woman’ a woman other than his own self-identification? There are multiple theories floating around to justify the claim that ‘TWAW’ (‘trans women are women’) and ‘TMAM’. Most notably, there’s the ‘brain sex’ theory. TIMs are supposed to have women’s brains inside of them, despite the rest of their body being typically male in every conceivable way. The various studies done have serious flaws, especially: small sample sizes, small control groups, and most importantly, not considering hormone treatment or homosexuality as variables. Or in the example below, considering them but ruling them out based on tiny, tiny sample sizes. Most of these studies are done on very late-stage or dead TIMs who have been on hormones for years. This probably has some effects on the brain. And before the switch from transsexuals to transgenders, most TIMs and TIFs (and those were in small numbers) were gay, as in attracted to members of their own sex.

One particular study I came across is the perfect example of what I am talking about. In an opinion piece placed in the Irish The Journal, the author refers to a study ‘proving’ that TIMs are actually women on the inside. There are many issues though. First, this study is from 1995. In the last decade or so, the transgender population has transformed from mostly gay males to a huge number of straight males and lesbians. This is evident in the referrals to gender clinics such as Tavistock. No one seems to be able to explain the rise in referrals from girls, and the lack of it in boys. How come that in just ten years, we have a rise in girls of 5,338%? That is a thousand separator, not a decimal point. The majority of these referrals seem to fall between the ages of 13 and 16.

Financial year2009-102010-112011-122012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-19
# referrals female3257106169257399852126516571740
# referrals male407587111180250433542624624

The huge transformation from pre-2010-ish to now in the transgender population shows that any studies done before this transformation are not representative of the current transgender population.

The second issue with this study is the sample size. Here are some quotes from the study that should tell you just how bad it is.

We have studied the hypothalamus of six male-to-female transsexuals.

AIDS did not seem to influence the size of the BSTc: the BSTc size of two heterosexual AIDS-infected women and three AIDS-infected heterosexual men remained well within the range of the corresponding reference group.

The BSTc size of the single transsexual who had not been orchidectomized ranged in the middle of the transsexual scores. Not only were five of the transsexuals orchidectomized, they all used the antiandrogen compound cyproterone acetate (CPA). A CPA effect on the BSTc does not seem likely, because T6 had not taken CPA for the past 10 years, and T3 took no CPA during the 2 years before death and still had female-sized BSTc.

We found no relationship between BSTc size and the sexual orientation of the transsexuals, that is, whether they were male-oriented (T1, T6), female-oriented (T3, T2, T5) or both (T4).

Zhou, J. N., Hofman, M. A., Gooren, L. J. G., & Swaab, D. F. (1995). A sex difference in the human brain and its relation to transsexuality.

To sum it up, they studied a staggering six TIMs and did not get any data from them prior to medically transitioning. Only one still had his balls (despite the vast majority of TIMs not undergoing any kind of surgery).

The third issue is not with the studies themselves, but rather with the people using them to justify the claim that ‘TWAW’. Sex is not in the brain, period. Sex refers to one’s reproductive role, whether your body is organized around the production of small gametes (sperm) or large gametes (eggs). This whole obsession with brain studies is a perfect example of cherry picking data. Let’s ignore this guy’s penis and tesicles and everything else that demonstrates that he is male, and let’s call him a woman because this tiny little thing in the brain is not male-typical. This isn’t science, this is religion.

I am not a tall man. In fact, I am much closer to the Dutch female average than I am to the Dutch male average. Am I now a woman? If not, why not? Why is Bruce with his ‘lady brain’ a woman but not me with my ‘lady height’? And I haven’t even mentioned my ‘lady wrists’!

To sum it up, the whole ‘trans women are women’ thing is just a slogan, and nothing more. The studies out there trying to prove this statement correct are the prime example of cherry picking data and junk science in general. Usually, scientific research starts with data, and ends with a conclusion. In this case however, the trans movement came with the conclusion first, and then started collecting data that supports their narrative.

3 – Stereotypes

3.1 – Gender dysphoria

Another criticism of transgender activism is its heavy focus on gender stereotypes. Despite the claim from activists that this isn’t true, it’s apparent in everything they say and do. It’s in the very core of gender ideology. Just take a look at the actual criteria for ‘gender dysphoria’ for children in the DSM-5, for example.

The DSM-5-TR defines gender dysphoria in children as a marked incongruence between one’s experienced/expressed gender and assigned gender, lasting at least 6 months, as manifested by at least six of the following (one of which must be the first criterion):

  • A strong desire to be of the other gender or an insistence that one is the other gender (or some alternative gender different from one’s assigned gender)
  • In boys (assigned gender), a strong preference for cross-dressing or simulating female attire; or in girls (assigned gender), a strong preference for wearing only typical masculine clothing and a strong resistance to the wearing of typical feminine clothing
  • A strong preference for cross-gender roles in make-believe play or fantasy play
  • A strong preference for the toys, games or activities stereotypically used or engaged in by the other gender
  • A strong preference for playmates of the other gender
  • In boys (assigned gender), a strong rejection of typically masculine toys, games, and activities and a strong avoidance of rough-and-tumble play; or in girls (assigned gender), a strong rejection of typically feminine toys, games, and activities
  • A strong dislike of one’s sexual anatomy
  • A strong desire for the physical sex characteristics that match one’s experienced gender

Five of the eight criteria refer to stereotypes of boys and girls. How is this not extremely sexist? It’s also ironic how it says ‘the other gender’, implying there are only two.

In most stories about ‘transgender kids’, too, you’ll hear nothing but stereotypes. One famous example is of Susie Green’s son. Listen to this Ted Talk about it for yourself. To sum it up: boy liked to do ‘girly’ things, his father disapproved of it and took his clothing and toys away (‘because that’s for girls, not boys’), the boy said he was a girl (DUH of course he’s going to say that when you’ve taken his toys away) and his mother sent him off the the gender gulags. She took him to Thailand to get his penis cut off on his 16th birthday. How can anyone say this is a ‘beautiful’ story or somehow progressive in any way? She should be in prison for child abuse and human rights violations.


3.2 – r/egg_irl

Now, take a look at groomer-subreddit r/egg_irl. Most of you probably won’t know what ‘egg’ means in this context, so I’ll explain that first. We are not talking about actual eggs here from a chicken (not a rooster, hint hint), but a person who will eventually or should come out as transgender, but hasn’t yet. The moment this person comes out as trans, the ‘egg’ has ‘cracked’.

Let’s take a look at some hot/top posts on that subreddit, then. You be the judge.

I think that’s enough sexism for now. You get the point. Sorry boys, but wearing a dress and growing out your hair does not make you a woman in any way.

As you can see, this obsession with stereotypes is central to the trans community; to being ‘trans’. This movement only further emphasizes and solidifies gender stereotypes that especially feminists but also LGB people have been fighting against for decades. We have gone from ‘only women can wear dresses’, to ‘anyone can wear a dress’, to ‘anyone who wears a dress is a woman’. I’d argue the current situation (‘anyone who wears a dress is a woman’) is far more regressive than the first.

3.3 – My brother

I have an identical twin brother, or as some would say, I used to. In late 2020, he came out as a ‘woman’. Prior to that, I never noticed any of the usual signs of gender dysphoria, but according to him, he has felt this way since puberty. When he started to pretend to be a woman, I asked him what that meant. I never really got an answer, but from what I could gather based on his actions, it was pretty much based in stereotypes. He started wearing pink clothing, got a bunch of plushies for his bed, and he started shaving his legs. Because that’s so ladylike.

I once showed him a picture of a woman, and asked whether this person was a man or a woman. When he responded with ‘woman’, I asked him what made him draw that conclusion. His answer? The clothes she was wearing. How progressive, eh?

4 – Transgender activists and totalitarianism

4.1 – Discord

My first experience with transgender activists was not a positive one by any measure. Back in 2017 or so, I used to be in a Discord server run by the r/Rainmeter community. Rainmeter, if you’re not familiar with it, is an application that allows you to put widgets on your Windows desktop. Some even make entire interfaces with it.

On this server, remember, I was like 16 at the time, I first heard of the terms ‘trans woman’ and ‘trans man’. I assumed a ‘trans woman’ would mean ‘a woman who is trans’ (like Ellen Page) but apparently it’s the other way around, it’s a man who is trans.

This little language trick is very important to the trans rights movement. After all, men don’t belong in women’s spaces but who is going to deny a trans woman access to those spaces? In reality, there is no discernable difference between a man and a ‘trans woman’. It’s a way to trick you.

Anyway, so there I was in this Discord server, and there is this ‘lady’ I reffered to as ‘he’. People corrected me as this was a woman (supposedly), and someone mentioned that this ‘woman’ is trans. So I asked what that was. I soon realized that this person was actually male and therefore not a woman, and I argued as such in this server. I told them that people cannot change sex, and asked them that, if this person is a woman, then what is the definition of the word ‘woman’? I did not believe the answer they gave me: ‘anyone who identifies as a woman‘. These people have the mental capacity of 5-year-olds.

First, this definition is wholly circular and there does not function as a usable definition, nor a valid one. You cannot define a chair as ‘anything that looks like a chair’, it simply doesn’t work that way, as then you would have no idea what a chair is in the first place. Then there is the basis of this definition: self-identification. If anyone who self-identifies as a woman (‘I am X because I say I am X’), then the word ‘woman’ has no meaning. And neither does ‘man’ at that point. So I told them what the actual definition was, and referred them to the dictionary which said ‘adult human female’. They told me this definition was ‘outdated’ and that their definition was more accurate and more widely used by society. I call bullshit. This is actually straight from the 1984 playbook.

As you can guess, I was quickly banned from this server for ‘transphobia’. Stating facts is not any form of ‘phobic’ though. I’ve recently heard (as I am still somewhat active in the Rainmeter community) that now, nearly all active members of this Discord server identify as some form of trans. It seems like there’s a contageous element to this whole ‘trans’ thing, doesn’t it? Is it perhaps a way for straight people to seem more ‘cool’? Who wants to be a boring and oppressive ‘cishet’ when you can be a victimized ‘non-binary demi-asexual lesbian’ by simply saying you are?

4.2 – J.K Rowling

One very famous example of the behaviour of trans activists against gender critical women is J.K Rowling. When she tweeted several things in 2019 and 2020, there was a lot of uproar, especially in the media, most of which were calling out her ‘transphobia’. On Medium, there is a post highlighting the comments made towards here during that time. Many comments are calling her ‘hag’, ‘bitch’, ‘cunt’, and generally call for her to suck their dicks. Since Rowling has begun tweeting about women’s rights issues, she has had her house doxxed, and received bomb threats.

4.3 – Facism

Fascism is defined as “a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition”. While the word might not be that relevant here, in most contexts, it is used to describe a group of people who want control, and especially forcibly suppress the opposition.

Trans activists often call gender critical people ‘fascists’, but it seems to describe themselves rather than a bunch of feminists. Every time women have a meeting on women’s rights, trans activists show up. And this is not just one occurence, it happens every single time. One woman was targeted by Antifa (who, ironically, do nothing but engage in fascism). One trans-identified male made a ‘music’ video attempting to ‘diss’ J.K. Rowling. Part of the lyrics is “Can I still search for the right hurt and the left brain as I kill TERFs. With a left hook now I feel worse. J.K. I hope you fit in a hearse. Bitch”. Recently, members of Antifa were standing outside of a book store with assault rifles, where drag queen story hour was taking place. Strange how they are always dressed in black, covering their faces too. To me, that doesn’t exactly scream ‘antifascist’ or ‘kind’.

Despite gender critical products being banned from Redbubble and Etsy, the platforms are full of things calling for violence against and exclusion of ‘TERFs’.

In June 2021, an organization that seem to place pride posters in New York City subway stations had a poster saying “respect trans people, or your pronouns will be was/were”.

Who are the fascists in this case, really?

5 – Sex denialism

To put it frankly, the transgender movement denies the reality of sex, more specifically the existence and differences between the two sexes, and everything related to sex such as sexual orientation, definitions of words, single-sex spaces, and sports. That last one seems to be a big hurdle for the transgender movement, because no one can deny the difference between males and females when that difference is right in front of you.

Let’s start by defining ‘sex’ (and not the act, if you know what I mean) first. According to Merriam-webster, sex is:

Either of the two major forms of individuals that occur in many species and that are distinguished respectively as female or male especially on the basis of their reproductive organs and structures.


The trans movement has a few core points when it comes to sex: sex is a spectrum, and everyone has a gender identity (which makes you male, female or neither)

5.1 – Sex is a spectrum

They say sex is a spectrum rather than a binary. Most often, their basis for this conclusion is a particular blog post (note: NOT a peer-reviewed study or anything remotely credible) in the Scientific American by one ‘Simón(e) D Sun’. I will talk about this important fact later. In discussions on social media about sex, I often see this blog post linked as some sort of ‘definitive proof’. It is not.

The blog post starts off by stating that, well, chromosomes are not as definitive as ‘XY = male’ and ‘XX = female’. This may be true, but as with anything in biology, it is a generalization. It isn’t wrong to say ‘men have XY chromosomes. It would be wrong to say ‘ALL men have XY chromosomes’. Generally speaking, spiders have eight legs. That doesn’t mean a spider who has lost a leg has suddenly changed species. So while it might not be false, I think it’s based in a false premise, which is that sex is based on chromosomes. It is not, as is obvious by the definition of ‘sex’ I have provided above.

Furthermore, a definition based on chromosomes would mean that prior to the discovery of sex chromosomes in 1905 by Nettie Stevens, males and females would not exist. This doesn’t make any sense, as the discovery of sex chromosomes would be impossible if no one knew which organisms were male and female.

It then explains how brains aren’t strictly ‘male’ or ‘female’. My first issue with this is that it is yet another false premise (and therefore a strawman argument). The brain might be interesting to study, especially between men and women, but it doesn’t say anything about a person’s sex. It isn’t part of our reproductive organs (again, see the definition of sex), and is therefore of no relevance to this subject. It’s also ironic to see that even this blog post states that there’s no real ‘male’ or ‘female’ brain, yet a paragraph later, it says ‘trans’ brains are more like ‘cis’ brains of the opposite sex.

Then, it moves on to hormones: testosterone and estrogen. Here we see yet another false premise, which is that ‘female = estrogen’ and ‘male = testosterone’. While those generalizations are not false, the writer of this piece seems to be interpreting it in the way that those statements must always be true. This is a gross oversimplification. Not only is this a generalization, but hormone levels vary a lot within males and females. They also vary across time. Specifically, females vary a lot in hormone levels among the menstrual cycle, and after menopause. Men’s testosterone levels also decrease as they increase in age. Do any of those people change sex? No. An old man is just as much of a man as he was when he was 20, and post-menopausal women are just as much women as they were when they were before menopause.

The blog post ends with an interesting, (literally) bold statement: “The science is clear and conclusive: sex is not binary, transgender people are real”. Yet, in the entire piece, the author fails to define sex in the first place (I will come back to this), barely mentions trans people in the first place, and definitely doesn’t show that sex isn’t binary. Instead, what we see are examples of the variety within men and women.

My main problem with all of these arguments is that they are limited to humans. Whether you define the sexes by secondary or even primary sex characteristics, hormone levels, chromosomes or even brain analysis, none of it applies to other animals. Thus, the only workable, and universal definitions of male and female are:

Male: of, relating to, or being the sex that typically has the capacity to produce relatively small, usually motile gametes which fertilize the eggs of a female.

Female: of, relating to, or being the sex that typically has the capacity to bear young or produce eggs.


The only way sex can be defined is based on gametes. There is a reason it is called ‘sex’, just like the act. When two people have (unprotected) sex, the female gets pregnant (assuming she is ovulating, and that they are both fertile, obviously). What happens then is the fusion of his sperm and her egg. New life is created. Sperm and egg in this case are the gametes. There is no spectrum between the two types of gametes, and there are only two of them. There are only two reproductive roles; two sexes.

So let’s just stick with these definitions instead of putting strawmen arguments out there such as ‘man = XY chromosomes’, finding out that isn’t always the case and then drawing a completely ridiculous conclusion such as ‘being male or female is a feeling in your head and you are whatever you say you are’.

It is important to note that at the very bottom, this blog post states: “The views expressed are those of the author(s) and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.”

Now, as promised, I will talk a bit about the author of this blog post. This piece was written by one ‘Simón(e) D Sun’. If you do a bit of Googling, you will quickly realize that this is a trans-identified male. He says he grew up in a religious, conservative household where “Nonconformity was discouraged and punished”. This blog post can therefore most certainly not be considered to be neutral. On the linked page, he says:

One of the most important things biology teaches us is that life is dynamic, complex, and diverse. Change and growth are necessary for life to exist. I hear so often that gender transition is “not natural,” that my transness is not real, that I’m just a “biological male,” as if my chromosomes determined exactly who I am long ago. This is simply wrong.

Especially the part of “as if my chromosomes determined exactly who I am long ago” indicates that it is likely that he grew up with the idea that being a man means you must be typically ‘masculine’ and vice-versa, thus defining the sexes by gender stereotypes rather than by reproductive roles. This is why definitions are important.

5.2 – Everyone has a gender identity

The first question that pops in my head when I see this is “what is gender identity”? Let’s take a look at Merriam-Webster:

A person’s internal sense of being male, female, some combination of male and female, or neither male nor female.


‘Internal sense of being male’? But what does that mean? I have no internal sense of being male, I just know I am male because I was born with a penis. Because that’s what being male means. This doesn’t answer any of my questions. Let’s try Google!

The first link presented to me is from the Canadian Ontario Human Rights Commission. Here, they state the following definitions:

Sex is the anatomical classification of people as male, female or intersex, usually assigned at birth.

Gender identity is each person’s internal and individual experience of gender. It is a person’s sense of being a woman, a man, both, neither, or anywhere along the gender spectrum. A person’s gender identity may be the same as or different from their birth-assigned sex.

Gender expression is how a person publicly expresses or presents their gender. This can include behaviour and outward appearance such as dress, hair, make-up, body language and voice. A person’s chosen name and pronoun are also common ways of expressing gender. Others perceive a person’s gender through these attributes.

A person’s gender identity is fundamentally different from and not related to their sexual orientation.

Trans or transgender is an umbrella term referring to people with diverse gender identities and expressions that differ from stereotypical gender norms. It includes but is not limited to people who identify as transgender, trans woman (male-to-female MTF), trans man (female-to-male FTM), transsexual, cross-dressers, or gender non-conforming, gender variant or gender queer.

Gender non-conforming individuals do not follow gender stereotypes based on the sex they were assigned at birth and may or may not identify as trans.

“Lived” gender identity is the gender a person feels internally (“gender identity” along the gender spectrum) and expresses publicly (“gender expression”) in their daily life including at work, while shopping or accessing other services, in their housing environment or in the broader community.


Oh, that explains it. It’s just gender stereotypes. And being trans means you don’t conform to the typical expectations of your sex. By this logic, you could say that I am a ‘cis’ male, because I just wear jeans and t-shirts, which is the norm for men in our society. However, the problem with social norms is that they change, and that they are different in every culture. If I lived in Scotland, and I wore a kilt, which is essentially a skirt with a specific pattern and fabric, I would be ‘cis’. Yet in the Netherlands, I would be considered to be ‘trans’, would I not?

Do you think I am ‘cherry picking’ data? Let’s take a look at how Stonewall defines ‘gender’ and ‘gender identity’:

Gender: often expressed in terms of masculinity and femininity, gender is largely culturally determined and is assumed from the sex assigned at birth.

Gender identity: a person’s innate sense of their own gender, whether male, female or something else (see non-binary below), which may or may not correspond to the sex assigned at birth.


5.3 – Sexual orientation

Stonewall also defines ‘homosexuality’ as “a more medical term used to describe someone who has a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards someone of the same gender. The term ‘gay’ is now more generally used”. Note how they say ‘gender’ rather than sex. Prior to 2015, Stonewall used to be the ‘Gay, lesbian and bisexual charity’, but since the move to transgender issues, they now include a host of other (made up) sexualities, such as pansexual, asexual, ‘queer’, allo, abro, aromantic, demisexual, and many more.

This (re)definition of sexual orientations brings up many questions and logical inconsistencies. For example, ‘bi’ means ‘two’. Yet, at the moment, ‘bi(sexual)’ is “an umbrella term used to describe a romantic and/or sexual orientation towards more than one gender” (from Stonewall). In what world does ‘bi’ mean ‘more than one’? And what the actual f**k is the difference between ‘pansexual’ and ‘bisexual’ other than the fact that the former sounds like a fetish for kitchen ware?

Another issue with this move is the basis for sexual orientation. Since, apparently, sexual orientation is now based on gender rather than sex, and gender refers to the cultural norms for men and women, does that mean a ‘feminine’ woman and a ‘butch’ woman are actually a straight couple, of which the butch is a trans man?

If it isn’t based on gender but rather ‘gender identity’ (the internal feeling we’re supposed to have, yet no one seems to be able to prove exists in the first place), then how does sexual attraction work? Are you then attracted to no one, until you ask them about their ‘gender identity’? Do men jack off to pronouns on PornHub?

The answer is: of course not. Defining sexual orientation by ‘gender’ makes no sense whatsoever, and it doesn’t correspond with reality in any way. No one is attracted to a self-declared ‘feeling’ or clothing and make-up.

What this sex-denialism leads to within the LGBTQ+ ‘community’ is homophobia. A lot of it. On Reddit and Twitter, especially lesbians but also gay men are being shamed and bullied for not being attracted to the opposite sex. A prime example of this is the subreddit r/ActualLesbians. A lot of the top posts are trans-related and pushing lesbians to have sex with men, such as this post with over 10k upvotes. Just browse the top posts and you will see tons of posts like this. It’s important to recognize that over a quarter of users on that subreddit is male, according to their own survey from 2020.

5.4 – Sports

The most obvious example of this sex-denialism has got to be sports, though. It is something where you simply cannot get around the physical differences between men and women.

One of these examples is Veronica Ivy, formerly Rachel McKinnon. He broke several records after identifying as a ‘woman’. Cece Telfer ranked 390th in the men’s category, but suddenly ranked near the top of the leaderboards after ‘transitioning’ two years later. Laurel Hubbard is a 44-year-old man who competed in the Olympics in 2020 with actual women at least 10-20 years younger than he was. He had also had an elbow injury two years prior that was severe enough to end his career. Yet he competed in the Olympics just two years after that. He’s also won several gold medals after ‘transitioning’.

One very recent example of men competing in women’s sports is Lia Thomas. According to his Wikipedia page, “her [sic] rank had moved from 65th on the men’s team to 1st on the women’s team in the 500-yard freestyle, and 554th on the men’s team to 5th on the women’s team in the 200-yard freestyle”.

You cannot undo male puberty and DECADES of testosterone-fuelled training with just a year of testosterone suppression, which at the time meant keeping it at levels approximately 4-20x as high as the typical female range. Research seems to confirm this, as there are multiple[1] [2] peer-reviewed studies from BOTH SIDES of this with the same conclusion: even after years of HRT and testosterone suppression, TIMs have significantly more muscle mass than actual women.

In 2021, the IOC decided the drop the testosterone requirements, and instead chose to have… no requirements at all. It’s incredible. In an episode of Tegenlicht by NPO (NPO is comparable to the Dutch version of the British BBC), Richard Budgett of the IOC states that sex is a continuum and that:

Obviously, we need to really strongly protect the women’s category in sport, but we also need to allow all those who identify as women, wherever possible, where there’s no disproportionate advantage, to actually be included in that event.

Richard Budgett

Here in the Netherlands, sports was a key point for opponents against the new Transgenderwet (‘transgender law’). The proposal for the Transgenderwet allows anyone to self-delcare their legal sex, without any kind of transition or doctor’s note. However, those in favor of this law said the law would have no effect on sports, because sports organizations would make their own rules. However, the largest Dutch sports organization, NOC*NSF, is pretty clear about transgender inclusion in sports:

Een club of sporter in de breedtesport kan om meerdere redenen dispensatie aanvragen bij de betreffende bond. Een sporter mag altijd meedoen als het geregistreerde geslacht bij de club of bond en heeft daarvoor geen dispensatie nodig.

Translation: A club or participant in national events can ask for an exemption for multiple reasons through the appropriate sports association. A participant can always participate as their registered sex at their club or sports association and does not need to ask for an exemption in that case.


In the same guidelines, they start the section about changing rooms and showers by stating that discrimination based of sex characteristics, gender expression and gender identity is illegal. They also keep repeating how ‘harmful’ exclusion from shared spaces is. Their message to women becomes pretty clear: trans-identified males must be accepted, otherwise you are committing a crime and his feelings are way more important than your safety.

5.5 – Female-only spaces

Another area in which sex plays a role is female-only spaces. Throughout history, we have known that men are the more (sexually) violent sex. Men make up the majority of prisoners, but especially rapists and other types of sexual offenders. 99% of sex offenders are male, and 90% of victims are female, as per official EU statistics.

It isn’t just about sexual assault though, males are particularly known for their paraphilias, including flashing and voyeurism. Nearly all men watch porn, too. And ladies, if your man says he doesn’t, then he’s probably lying. Seeing these facts, I think it is more than reasonable for women to have their own spaces without any men in it, where they can undress, shower and just be in peace.

Once you say a man is a woman though, and legally enforce that by falsifying his birth certificate, it is impossible to keep them out of women’s spaces. Flashing and voyeurism are essentially legalized, and women’s protest against it criminalized. Men’s sexual rights are deemed more important than women and girls’ safety and privacy. As we are getting self-identification of sex in more and more places, this will be harder to avoid.

One particular area where the placement of males in female-only spaces is profoundly problematic is in prisons. The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (also known as the Nelson Mandela Rules) state that, under rule 11, “Men and women shall so far as possible be detained in separate institutions; in an institution which receives both men and women, the whole of the premises allocated to women shall be entirely separate”. This rule is adopted from the 1955 Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.

However, with the introduction of self-ID in recent years, men have indeed been placed in women’s prisons, despite the glaringly obvious human rights violations. Examples of this happening are one Karen White, convicted of several sexual offenses, Levi Page McNeese, who molested a 4-year-old girl, Katie Dolatowski, who filmed a 12-year-old girl undressing in Scotland, and many more.

One particularly horrifying narrative I have seen regarding this topic is from LGBTQ Nation, who in November 2021 posted an article saying “TERF inmates sue California for placing transgender women in female prisons”. These women are terrified of men being placed in their prisons (with all of the consequences of that), and LGBTQ Nation has the balls to use the slur of ‘TERF’ against them. Absolutely vile.

Why isn’t anyone doing anything about this? Where are all of the human rights organizations?

6 – Trans(ing) kids

Let’s talk a bit about ‘trans kids’ now. Generally speaking, when people talk about ‘trans kids’, they are talking about children seeking medical ‘transition’ (in quotation marks because there is no such thing as ‘transition’). This means they take puberty blockers at around the age of 12 (Tanner stage 2, as per the WPATH Standards of Care, version 8, page S112), cross-sex hormones at the same time and surgery around 16 for ‘top surgery’ or legal age (usually 18) for ‘bottom surgery’. More on those later. For a clear overview of the criteria for surgery and hormones in adults and adolescents according to the WPATH SoC, turn to page S256. Note that the Standards of Care do not rule out surgery for minors. In fact, they explicitly include critera for surgery for adolescents.

What is gender dysphoria? The DSM-5 defines gender dysphoria in children as the following:

The DSM-5-TR defines gender dysphoria in children as a marked incongruence between one’s experienced/expressed gender and assigned gender, lasting at least 6 months, as manifested by at least six of the following (one of which must be the first criterion):

  • A strong desire to be of the other gender or an insistence that one is the other gender (or some alternative gender different from one’s assigned gender)
  • In boys (assigned gender), a strong preference for cross-dressing or simulating female attire; or in girls (assigned gender), a strong preference for wearing only typical masculine clothing and a strong resistance to the wearing of typical feminine clothing
  • A strong preference for cross-gender roles in make-believe play or fantasy play
  • A strong preference for the toys, games or activities stereotypically used or engaged in by the other gender
  • A strong preference for playmates of the other gender
  • In boys (assigned gender), a strong rejection of typically masculine toys, games, and activities and a strong avoidance of rough-and-tumble play; or in girls (assigned gender), a strong rejection of typically feminine toys, games, and activities
  • A strong dislike of one’s sexual anatomy
  • A strong desire for the physical sex characteristics that match one’s experienced gender

Note that many of the criteria relate to gender stereotypes of boys and girls. Many informational pages dance around this by defining it as ‘a term that describes a sense of unease that a person may have because of a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity’ (from the NHS). Here, ‘gender identity’ basically refers to those stereotypes/gender roles. If you think I am lying, go read the rest of that page.

Children may show an interest in clothes or toys that society tells us are more often associated with the opposite gender. They may be unhappy with their physical sex characteristics.

They may use different terms, such as agender, gender diverse, gender non-conforming, to describe their identity. However, as a group, they are often called “non-binary”.

So it’s pretty clear that all of this is rooted in gender stereotypes, and homophobia. Aside from the example provided above of Jackie Green, Susie Green’s son, one famous example is of Kai Shappley, an 11-year-old transgender activist who went viral by testifying before the Texas senate when they wanted to ban gender-affirming ‘treatment’ for minors. Kai’s story is surprisingly similar to that of Susie Green’s son. The testimony by his mother, Kimberly, states:

Before the age of two, Kai’s mannerisms were notably feminine. When she was two, Kai chose female playmates, traditionally female roles while playing, and toys traditionally for girls. Immediately, I intervened. I requested that the daycare put away the girl toys so Kai couldn’t play with them. But by three years old Kai was telling anyone who would listen that she is a girl.

6.1 – Treatment

As stated before, the treatment for a ‘trans kid’ involves puberty blockers. Many informational pages and sources state that they are ‘fully reversible’, including the SoC. However, there is no such evidence. There are no long-term studies demonstrating the effects (or lack thereof) of puberty-blockers, but what we do know is that they are essentially chemical castration drugs. These drugs are being used off-label, which means they are not approved for this use-case. If blocked at Tanner stage 2, these children will never have an orgasm. They will never have a sexual, intimate relationship with another person.

Another problematic aspect of what is currently being done at gender clinics is the fact that an unusual amount of patients are homosexual, autistic (SoC page S71), or both. In fact, if you look at early studies of transgender people, the vast majority of studies’ populations is homosexual.

Is it ethical to take away all sexual function from children because they play with the ‘wrong toys’? I don’t think so.

From my interactions with people in real life, there seem to be a lot who think that genital surgery can actually change the sex of a person. To put it plainly: no fucking way. These surgeries only mimick the genitalia of the opposite sex, and are not functional in any way. With the ‘phalloplasty’ (which is an incorrect name because there is no phallus to speak of), part of the skin of an arm or leg is cut off and rolled into a penis-shaped thing, which is then attached to the nether regions. Sometimes, they install a little pump to simulate an erection. For the ‘vaginoplasty’, the penis is essentially turned inside-out. However, when the patient’s puberty has been blocked at Tanner stage 2, there is too little to work with (since the penis wouldn’t have grown one bit due to the lack of testosterone) and other methods are used instead such as the ‘sigmoid vaginoplasty’, where part of the colon is used to create the ‘vagina’. This often results in it smelling like shit. Literally. If you are curious, check out the results for yourself: phalloplasty, vaginoplasty. Personally, I think the results look okay from a distance. Up close however, it looks like the patient is a third-degree burn victim.

What I do not understand, especially given that FGM is illegal in most African and Western countries, is how any of this is legal, not to mention promoted as part of the Standards of Care. Personally, I fail to see any meaningful difference between type III FGM and the procedure known as the ‘metoidioplasty‘, where pretty much the entire vulva (except for the clitoris) is sewn up, including the vaginal canal.

7 – Conclusion

We seem to have gotten ourselves in a twist as a society. We have entrenched ourselves in an obsession with gender roles and ‘gender identity’, resulting in a total capture of major institutions and organizations. Only a few decades ago, we were far more progressive about it than we are now. Men’s feelings take precedence over women’s safety these days. We are butchering children because they don’t conform to our norms of what they are supposed to wear and play with. We’re putting fully intact males in women’s prisons, too. No one is batting an eye to the human rights violations.

The LGB community that once stood for inclusion and acceptance has now turned into a hate movement against women and LGB people. It has turned into a neo-fascist cult, preying on autistic and gay children to convert them into medical patients for the rest of their lives, at an age where they are not able to make these decisions at all. Call me ‘transphobic’ all you want, I don’t care anymore. I don’t think it’s hateful against transgender people to protect women’s rights, and save children from unnecessary (chemical) castration and other forms of mutilation. Stating facts should never be a ‘hate crime’. I am sick and tired of this ‘right to exist’ and ‘genocide’ bullshit. Furthermore, if you are whatever you say you are, why doesn’t that ever extend to race, or even species or age?

The new OpenAI chat bot is very popular at the moment, and well, I asked the same question twice. The first time, I asked what we call a man who calls himself a woman, and then I asked what we call a man who calls himself a frog. Check out the reponse:

In the first answer, all we see is the typical ideological bullshit. Yet when I ask about the ‘trans frog’, it is suprisingly clear-headed, and reality exists once again.

So when will this end? When will the gaslighting stop?

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