Newest Munchausen’s by proxy “trans child,” already hyper-sexualized, thrills the stupid masses and pedophiles everywhere

The truth about AUTOGYNEPHILIA

The mother is already training the boy in hyper-sexualized The mother is already training the boy in hyper-sexualized “femininity.”

These people have lost their fucking minds.This is the latest so-called “transgender child” to be paraded before the world on the “transgender chicken circuit,” which is a way for narcissistic Munchausen by proxy parents to get their 15 minutes of fame and make some cash — the “patchwork of media appearances, news and feature articles, talk shows, documentaries, convention and seminar appearances that savvy parents can weave together into a modest cottage industry of transgender child celebrity.”

They pimp these children out to the world, to the acclaim of the ignorant masses and of course the world’s pedophiles. Note that there is often overlap between adult male transgenderism and pedophilia.

The weak father is silent in the articles but he appear in a family photo. The mother is a narcissist named Erica Maison. Her Twitter page, unused…

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Man, I Don’t Really Feel Like A Woman

Ann Tagonist writes:

Being treated like a girl when I was nine meant being the only one in the class who needed to wear a bra and hearing the boys make comments about it every day.

Being treated like a girl when I was ten meant having to carry a sanitary towel in my schoolbag in case my first period started at school and being terrified that anyone would see it and think I was dirty.

Being treated like a girl when I was eleven meant vowing never to run in public again after relentless comments from men, women, boys and girls about the way my breasts moved when I did.

Being treated like a girl when I was twelve meant going to the temple with my church and not being allowed to perform certain rituals because I was menstruating.

Being treated like a girl when I was thirteen meant getting fucked in the back seat of a Ford Fiesta by a man who was old enough to drive it and vote.

Pretty much all the times I’ve been treated like a girl, I’ve felt extreme dysphoria. I’m using dysphoria here to mean “a state of feeling unwell or unhappy.” It kind of sucks when people treat you like you’re not a real person.

Does this dysphoria around being treated like a girl mean that I want to be treated like a man?

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Health Consequences of Chest Binding

Post from: Mclean Clinic, Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetics- Specializing in Top Surgery

Health Consequences of Chest Binding

Posted by on 18 December 2014

Chest binding is an effective way for someone to make a gradual female-to-male (FTM) transition. You should discuss biding with your doctor to fully understand how to use it in a way that enhances the results you’re looking for while supporting your well-being.

Chest Binding Health Consequences

If you are considering long-term chest binding, then there are some important things to keep in mind. This following are the three biggest health consequences of chest binding that you need to be aware of before you do begin.

Compressed Ribs

One of the biggest health consequence of chest binding is compressed or broken ribs, which can lead to further health problems. Unfortunately, you can fracture the ribs fairy easily so you should avoid binding your chest using bandages or tapes, as these can be unsafe.

Compressing your chest too tightly or incorrectly can permanently damage small blood vessels. This can cause blood flow problems and increase the risk of developing blood clots. Over time, this can lead to inflamed ribs (costochondritis) and even a heart attack due to decreased blood flow to the heart.

The following are some symptoms you should look out for:

  • Loss of breath
  • Back pain throughout the back or shoulders
  • Increased pain or pressure with deep breaths

Collapsed Lungs

Since chest binding can lead to fractured ribs, this can increase the risk of puncturing or collapsing a lung. This happens when a broken rib punctures the lung, causing serious health issues.

Once the lung is punctured, it has a higher risk of collapsing because air can fill the spaces around the lungs and chest.

Back Problems

If you bind your chest too tightly then it can cause serious back issues by compressing the spine, which is part of your central nervous system. The spine controls many functions, and you need to be very careful when doing anything that may cause damage.

Back pain from chest binding can also be an indication that a lung has been injured. If the pain is coming from the upper back or shoulder, consult with a doctor for further examination to ensure proper lung health.

Fractured ribs, damaged blood vessels, or punctured lungs can cause difficulties down the line and may stop you from being able to move forward with surgery. Keeping these issues in mind will allow you get the most out of using chest binding.

Discuss chest binding with an expert to ensure that you get the best results, reduce the risk of complications, and create optimal health for you.

ID politics and class analysis

At Bureaucromancy, Chekistocrat writes:

This is my background for complaining about the transwacktivists, EF, Autostraddle, etc here. I thought I should set it out as a bit of a position statement, and see what comrades think. There may be some dissenting views.

First of all I don’t have any objections at all to people being trans. That’s not an issue for me. I do not think you have become the opposite sex, but we’re in a complicated place here and if you’re of age and it makes you feel righter in yourself to do so, (the second part being very important) and go for hormones, dressing or surgery, well. I don’t quite understand but I don’t see the wrongness.

I’m also happy (delighted) for trans people to comment here and also for anyone to use pronouns out of the he/she/they list. Shit like “bunself” can fuck right off, but aside from that go crazy with those three terms.

This already makes my comment policy a bit more liberal than some (excellent) radfem blogs. I am not a radfem, much as I respect them. I am a Marxist feminist. And this is why I hate transwacktivism.

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Sex-Shop fined for selling dangerous “Chest Binder” to transgender teen


[Photo of Venus Envy sex-shop from YELP] [Photo of Venus Envy sex-shop from YELP] A sex shop in Ottawa named “Venus Envy” was hit with a fine today for selling a dangerous “chest binder” to a teenage girl who wanted to hide her breasts. The devices are used by adult transgender women who want to appear male. Chest Binders cause the breakdown of breast tissue over time by compressing the ribcage, much like corsets did in times of old.

[Photo showing effects of Chest Binder on FTM transgender user] [Photo showing effects of Chest Binder on FTM transgender user]  They can also cause disability and death. The Top 8 Chest Binding Dangers according to FTM website The Art of Transition:

  • Small vessel damage and tissue injury
  • Bruising and fracturing of ribs
  • Lung Collapse
  • Spinal (back) problems
  • Low blood flow to the heart (could result in a heart attack)
  • decreased lung compacity (lungs only functioning to 30 and 40 %)
  • Decreased blood flow in the lymph nodes…

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Matter of Outman v Annucci (USA)

Gender Identity Watch


Alan M.Outman is serving 25 years to life in a New York state prison for “forcibly sexually abusing” a 21-year-old man and then “intentionally killing” him in a culvert. Alan now identifies as a Woman named “Sara.” He recently lost a  request for special housing on account of his diagnosis of gender dysphoria.

Outman pleads guilty in Fillers’ death _ Press & Sun-Bulletin _ pressconnects

Guilty Plea For Alan Outman _ WBNG-TV_ News, Sports and Weather Binghamton, New York _ Local

Matter of Outman v Annucci (2015 NY Slip Op 25322)

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Julie Bindel Statement on Withdrawing from Feminism In London

Week Woman

Julie’s blog is down, so she’s asked me to host her statement here — I think it’s brilliant and am honoured to publish it.


I am very sorry that I feel I have no choice but to withdraw my contribution to the Feminism in London conference this year. It is particularly difficult for me to do so because FiL is one of the few feminist conferences that dare include me on their programme (in case of disruption from anti-feminists claiming I am transphobic, biphobic, Islamophobic and whorephobic). In fact, FiL had, in previous years, left me off the programme (but had me speak) in case the smooth-running of the conference suffered as a result.This year I told the organisers that I would only agree to speak at the event if my name were included in the programme, to which they agreed. It therefore feels particularly upsetting to find that…

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Guest post: Tips for parents on finding a therapist


So many readers of this blog have agonized over how to find a therapist who won’t immediately jump to the conclusion that their distressed teen is “trans” and in need of “transition” services. I asked Lane, the clinician who wrote the excellent guest post  “Exiles in their own flesh”, if she had any advice to offer. She responded in the comments thread of this recent post. I am reproducing her remarks here for greater visibility. Thank you, Lane!

As a therapist who worked with many teens who came into my office identifying as trans, I want you parents to know I did not automatically support their transitions. Like you, I was struck by the suddenness of this phenomenon of teens thinking they were born into the wrong body. My first concern was for the teen’s mental health, I looked at other causes. It’s interesting, around the time I…

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Reblog: The End of Transition and Learning to Love Oneself


Three years after it was originally posted on The Dirt From Dirt, this beautifully written piece by a young woman who “transitioned,” then made her way back home to female again, was recently pointed out to me. I recommend reading the whole thing, including the comments, which contain a great Q&A with the author. It’s bursting with insights that will be especially meaningful to parents of young women who are contemplating–or have already embarked on–transition. There are some particularly cogent passages on interactions with parents which will be very familiar to many regular readers here.

Anyone who wants to better understand the experience of female gender dysphoria, what motivates a teen or young woman to want to inject testosterone, and the complexities of parent-daughter dynamics through the whole process will find much to appreciate here.

The author (now in her late 20s) has recently stated that in the years since writing…

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“Transgender people kill themselves for less” – 16 year old girl is advised to buy her brother panties so he won’t kill himself

Transgender Reality

A 16 year old girl posts in reddit’s community TwoXChromosomes, asking for advice because she has found out that her 18 year old brother is stealing her underwear. (Archived link)

I was doing my laundry today (my parents make us do our own) and my brother had his in the dryer and left before it was done. I needed to use the dryer so I took his stuff out and when I was throwing it in his drawer for him something caught my eye and I looked and it was some of my underwear that had gone “missing.” I’m really disturbed and creeped out that he took it. What should I do? I left it there for now but I’m not sure what to do. Should I talk to him first? Or maybe my parents? Please help!

An adult male who in other comments claims to have been crossdressing…

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