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I swear this big fake breasted teacher has peaked me all over again. Seeing a dude say “as a trans women I reject the fake giant titted trans woman as a trans women” has made my blood boil in a way that it hasn’t in a long time.

The hypocrisy of watching a bunch of men in woman-face (we know that’s what they are since they can’t help but open their post with “as a trans woman”) debate who among them are acceptable women while silencing actual women who point out none of them are women makes me want to simultaneously laugh, vomit, and cry.

Especially since I live in Canada where I’m not even definable as a sex class or separate from men with lady-feels.

I feel so hopeless and scared sometimes about this whole ordeal and the lack of any “adults” in the room to stop the madness (because we’ve all been viciously silenced and banned).

I swear this big fake breasted teacher has peaked me all over again. Seeing a dude say “as a trans women I reject the fake giant titted trans woman as a trans women” has made my blood boil in a way that it hasn’t in a long time. The hypocrisy of watching a bunch of men in woman-face (we know that’s what they are since they can’t help but open their post with “as a trans woman”) debate who among them are acceptable women while silencing actual women who point out none of them are women makes me want to simultaneously laugh, vomit, and cry. Especially since I live in Canada where I’m not even definable as a sex class or separate from men with lady-feels. I feel so hopeless and scared sometimes about this whole ordeal and the lack of any “adults” in the room to stop the madness (because we’ve all been viciously silenced and banned).

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I think it's mostly because with this guy, the whole story is told in a single picture. Not just that he's a creepy fetishist, but that he's targeting children and that authorities are going along with it. People will doubt what they're told and what they hear, especially on a subject where there's so much propaganda and brainwashing, but they're less likely to doubt the evidence of their eyes.

Also the fact that children are his targets, not women. Mostly male children, at that.

replying to myself to muse on the power of a single image. Below is an article about an infamous incident that was said to have lost an election for Labour in the UK. As an awkward nerd myself, I don't love how the bacon sandwich "crystallised" anti-awkward-nerd sentiments, but it is what it is. In a similar way I think this image of hentai boob guy may have crystallised all the lingering doubts people had about the trans movement - most people have always known it's a fetish, but it became socially unacceptable to acknowledge it. Most people understood the perfectly obvious point that "trans rights" legislation opens loopholes for pervs to push boundaries, but they were bamboozled into thinking that it wouldn't happen. Most people had a vague lingering sense that over-enthusiastic trans rights supporters are ridiculous, but there's the "be kind" propaganda... The pure ridiculousness of this image and of the school supporting this guy might do the trans movement more harm than even the pervery. Nobody wants to be ridiculous, nobody wants to be visibly taken for a fool.

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/ed-miliband-bacon-sandwich_n_5bbe27b0e4b01470d0580898

Though I am kind of wondering why Rainbow Dildo Monkey didn't make more waves - that was also a preposterous pervert visibly targeting children, with striking photographs associated. Maybe because the link between him and trans rights activism isn't clear and obvious, so normies thought it was a one-off incident.

Ah. The bacon sandwich is like the Dukakis in a tank photo from the '88 US presidential campaign.

You're right that people in general don't move on an issue by thinking it through logically. It's human nature to operate on sensory input and feel that logical analysis is a maze of potential deception and error. Which it is. I speak as a logic nerd. So photos of this guy, like photos of "Jessica" Yaniv or "Lia" Thomas, are powerful in a good way.