Fake facts, because courtesy is gendered

Hard-hitting reporting from RACHEL JOHNSON:

As it turns out, it wasn’t like that at all. Brannen was born male – but we readers weren’t allowed to know that.

It’s not that this detail wasn’t important (and as I will argue, m’Lud, it’s crucial) or forgotten. It was omitted in the moral panic around both privacy and ‘misgendering’, the progressive cause de nos jours.

To call someone by the wrong title is considered verbal assault and even bigotry.

And it’s largely fear of misgendering that has led to the courts perpetrating, and the press reporting, a fake fact – that women can and do rape men – rather than telling us the literal truth.

It’s largely fear of misgendering that has led to the courts perpetrating, and the press reporting, a fake fact – that women can and do rape men – rather than telling us the literal truth

Last week, the courts decided to wave aside inconvenient aspects of biology and law (rape is defined as intentionally penetrating another person with your penis against their will, and only males have penises) because they were dealing with something far more important than truth, or indeed, statute.

They were dealing with a situation where a man identified as a woman. And his right to identify as a woman trumped our right to know the actual facts, as opposed to the ‘alternative facts’.

This case exposes like no other the stupid way our courts and our Parliament – and, I’m afraid, the press – are being sucked into the prevailing moral panic over misgendering, the cause that’s fast overtaken feminism as the go-to civil-liberties issue of our times. 

It was this panic that prevented us from reporting or reading that Katie Brannan was born a man, and had a penis – two facts completely central to this case. You have to know them otherwise – think about it – the charge wouldn’t be rape. 

Full article here

M2F Davina Ayrton jailed for raping teenager

‘At the end of the trial the judge said it was likely Ayrton would be held at a male prison.’
He’d better be.

Transgender woman Davina Ayrton jailed for raping teenager

 

Davina Ayrton
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A transgender woman who raped a teenager while still living as a man has been jailed for eight years.

The 15-year-old girl was attacked by Davina Ayrton – then called David – in a garage in 2004.

Ayrton, 34, denied the assault but was found guilty at Portsmouth Crown Court. She was placed on the sex offenders register for life.

Judge Ian Pearson described the rape as “traumatic” and said the “scars and effects will never leave” the victim.

‘Lived in fear’

During the trial the court heard the victim screamed and shouted during the attack and told Ayrton to stop.

In a statement, she said: “As the years have passed, I have never forgotten the incident, how he forced himself on me, I was hysterical and I lived in fear all the time.

“I thought I was a real tough cookie but clearly I wasn’t.”

‘No physical changes’

The prosecution was brought after a care worker reported Ayrton had confessed to the crime and told them she felt like a “paedophile” who had “always known there was something wrong with me and I need help”.

Ann-Marie Talbot, defending, said Ayrton was abused as a child and was sorry for what she has done.

The defendant said she had not “made any physical changes or enhancements” to her body or taken any medication. She changed her name in 2012.

At the end of the trial the judge said it was likely Ayrton would be held at a male prison.

Transwoman arrested for voyeurism and indecent exposure

Excellent commentary from GenderTrender
GallusMag Says:

March 1, 2016 at 11:43 am
First off,
1. These things never happen. These things have never happened. Stop saying things happen that never happen.
2. He’s lying about being trans, because a male transgender is incapable of committing, deliberately or through an act of omission, any action that results in harm to another human being.
3. She may have been just airing out her female penis. Also she may have been forced to study female bathroom users up-close because she didn’t have the cis privilege of growing up as a girl and was forced to do recon using the principles learned in her military career.
4. Sexual crimes not involving assault, rape and/or murder are victimless crimes.
5. Women are more likely to be preyed upon by transwomen they know, rather than strangers. Oops! I meant men, not transwomen (see #2.)
6. He was obviously someone- probably a right winger under orders from TERFS- trying to make transwomen look bad.
7. Women expose themselves and commit voyeurism against other women too. Especially lesbians.

Ban Rapists & Violent Predators from Changing Legal Gender & Name

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Another day, another male cross-dressing sex offender with a female alias arrested