Posted on | June 29, 2014 | 69 Comments
Sarah Brown (@AuntySarah) is a mentally ill transsexual who was a member of the city council in Cambridge, England. Last year, the Guardian published an article about Brown’s “polyamorous” domestic arrangement with Brown’s ex-wife and another transsexual.
These people are oppressed by pronouns.
In 2010, the British parliament passed the Equality Act, which has had the effect of making accusations of discrimination the easiest way to destroy anybody you hate. The war between radical feminists and the transgender community — which I first wrote about in January — has been fought in the shadow of this ill-advised legislation.
Radical feminists (who are mostly lesbian) insist that their conferences must be “women-only” spaces. Radfems exclude transsexuals, viewing them as men trying to enact “feminine” gender roles. Radfems are all about abolishing gender roles, period, yet they are adamant that female is a biological category, and they especially hate “pretendbians” — transsexuals who claim to be lesbians. This is just male aggression, trying to co-opt lesbianism, say the radfems.
So, that’s the necessary background to what has gone on in the latest battle of the radfem-vs.-tranny war in England: Sarah Brown claims to have been harassed by radfems to the point of having a mental breakdown, a collapse into helpless depression.
Oh, no, say the radfems: Sarah Brown is not a victim any more than “she” is a lesbian. In fact, say the radfems, Brown is guilty of harassing actual women. Radfems were enraged that Brown was invited as keynote speaker (!) at this month’s Dyke March in London:
Yes, you read that right. Dyke March London, despite having a wealth of actual Lesbians to choose from, decided that a male person who claims to have relationships with women, aka a heterosexual man, was the Best Person to speak at Lesbians gathering in London for Dyke March. . . .
Sarah Brown also tells an actual female (me) and an actual Lesbian (me again) that he is more of a Lesbian than I am . . .
So you had lesbians protesting against the Dyke March:
Has the world gone completely crazy? No. The insanity is still incomplete. The world will certainly be even crazier tomorrow.