In the never-ending liberal push to remove all forms of morality in society, transgender activists blasted the Women’s March organizers and members for their intolerance of an abnormal lifestyle. Although leading psychologists have shown that being transgender is “biologically impossible,” these people continue to force their backward-minded agenda on the nation and the world.
Speaking at a women’s convention in New York, these transgender individuals showed what they really think about cis-sexual society (cisgender people are normal heterosexuals). They berated the women’s march organizers for excluding men who think that they are women, and suffer from a disorder similar to anorexia.
“Why is my voice confined to just one panel?” asked Katelyn Burns, one of three transgender representatives featured on the panel, “Not All Pussies Are Pink and Not All Women Have Pussies.”
Actually, having a vagina IS the crucial indicator of being a woman.
The pink hats worn by women who don’t want to considered sex objects was the central theme of the Women’s March, which left tons and tons of trash behind on Washington D.C. streets.
“Pussy hats became the symbol of the Women’s March movement. But for many women, the pussy hats represent an erasure of women of color and trans women in the feminist movement—because not all pussies are pink, and not all women have pussies,” the description read.
“This panel will address how to fully include trans women, particularly trans women of color, in the feminist movement.”
Because it’s not enough that these men identify as women, they want to impact women’s rights.
“Why is it that when I pitch editors on topics that aren’t trans-related, I never hear back from them?” Burns added. “At this point, the only way I get paid to eat is if I write about trans stuff, and I always question why that is … That trans-oppression is crushing.”
Another panelist, Raquel Willis said the March “personally harmed me.” He accusing Tamika Mallory, one of the march’s founders, of limiting his speech during the show in January in order to make room for Madonna, Emma Watson, and other high-profile women.
“The leadership of the Women’s March allowed celebrity and agents of capitalism to become a part of the march so easily, and pushed more marginalized folks who have been on the ground,” he added.
— Raquel Willis (@RaquelWillis_) October 28, 2017
Willis is a national organizer with the Transgender Law Center. After being asked how the Women’s March organizers can better ensure that transgender individuals are included in the conversation surrounding feminism and womanhood, Willis expressed a sense of fatigue.
“My agenda is for this greater vision of trans liberation, and that means I want to see most of this audience being trans,” Willis said.
“Could you imagine how rich that conversation would be if we didn’t have to respond and coddle the ego of cis folks? … We never actually discuss and grapple with how much empathy it takes to be in a room educating and training our oppressors,” he added.
Yeah, nature, biology, sanity… all of these are oppressive to transgender people and they have to train others to reject those norms. Probably those pesky laws about murder and pedophilia are oppressive to some freaks, but they aren’t complaining.
“Include us in everything. The whole program. The planning, all of that,” added Lala Zannell, a transgender activist from Detroit. “Because when you don’t do that, you forget something.”
How about, no? These people aren’t women, know nothing about the biological nature of women, and therefore cannot accurately speak about “women’s issues.”
All of this dissension within the ranks of leftists is a good thing. Hopefully, some of the women there realized that they have nothing in common with a man pretending to be a woman. However, if they’ve followed the brainwashing propaganda long enough, it’s entirely possible that they’ve lost the ability to reason.