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Like, it wouldn't be trans exclusionary. The group description would be "for anyone who has or has had a cervix is welcome! That includes cis women, transmen, non-binary people with a cervix! Discussion about said cervixes and how they have impacted your life encouraged!"

It's a title they've fostered off on to us so why not use it and see how long it takes for them to try invade the space anyway?

Also, don't get me wrong, I hate it, but part of me just wants to see them cry transphobia anyway and be rebuffed. I know it didn't work for 2XChromosomes but they feel slowly and completely before it got so bad.

edit: to be inclusive to women with MRKH, OvaryHavers might be better. I will add here ladies, I'm not sure we will come up with a term that can fit all of us. That's kinda the point

Like, it wouldn't be trans exclusionary. The group description would be "for anyone who has or has had a cervix is welcome! That includes cis women, transmen, non-binary people with a cervix! Discussion about said cervixes and how they have impacted your life encouraged!" It's a title they've fostered off on to us so why not use it and see how long it takes for them to try invade the space anyway? Also, don't get me wrong, I hate it, but part of me just wants to see them cry transphobia anyway and be rebuffed. I know it didn't work for 2XChromosomes but they feel slowly and completely before it got so bad. **edit: to be inclusive to women with MRKH, OvaryHavers might be better. I will add here ladies, I'm not sure we will come up with a term that can fit all of us. That's kinda the point**

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[–] getawayfrommeeee 71 points (+71|-0)

Do it.

It would peak more people.

[–] calming-tea 43 points (+43|-0)

I have once tried to do something like this - banned in like 1 hour

I think admins have some keywords they check, if I were to guess, related to female anatomy and the word "female" in general

[–] getawayfrommeeee 21 points (+21|-0)

wtf you’re kidding :(

‘no ones taking your womanhood away’ except we can’t even discuss our fuckin body functions

[–] SakuraBlossoms 1 points (+1|-0)

I wonder if those were the admins that Reddit refused to ban for pedophilia?

[–] PlainSimpleTailor BigGameteEnergy 51 points (+51|-0)

Do it as a social experiment. It will be funny. As soon as TiMs discover the sub, they will make "trans girl here, am I welcome uwu" posts and probably go into great detail describing their newly formed fauxgina and how they definitely need treatment for their "cervix" too.

[–] arachne 15 points (+15|-0)

Ugh. Even in super trans inclusive subreddits like girlgamers, there are constant "am i welcome uwu please validate me" posts. I wish they would stop.

[–] PlainSimpleTailor BigGameteEnergy 11 points (+11|-0)

Yeah, I've noticed it too. Even when the first sentence of the sub description says that it welcomes trans people and overall wants to be an inclusive space, there's still tons of "am I welcome" posts.

[–] Tnetennba 17 points (+17|-0) Edited

They do it on purpose. They're activating the female socialization buttons that patriarchy had installed in all of us. That post triggers the "nuturing" instinct of the handmaidens to swarm over there to coddle, pamper, and excessively praise them.

Edit: They need their social role defined in the group so they set it up so they are instantly seen as the underdog. It might be subconscious, but this is why it happens. They're setting up a power dynamic right from the start that gives them all of the power and activates women's socialization to a crippling degree.

[–] meranii 1 points (+1|-0)

My dream is that dudes post those, expecting all the praise and "of course you're valid!" that they so get off on, and then there's just no reaction at all. Not a single comment in reply.

[–] notsofreshfeeling 51 points (+51|-0)

"A place to discuss the real source of female oppression: the cervix. Why does the cervix emit a high-pitch sound that only cis humans can hear? And why can't trans people hear it? We'll discuss the nature of the sound and its power to hypnotize humans into a hierarchy of gender that places cervix-havers on the bottom, and how all this plays out for trans folx leading to a lot of confusion."

[–] ThisReality 1 points (+1|-0)

Then get a couple of people to start a fake fight over what note the high-pitched sound is, insulting each other about not having perfect pitch to identify notes on a scale, does it sound more like a piccolo or like amplifier feedback, etc. Popcorn for everyone!

[–] SawItComing 50 points (+50|-0)

Try it and see. We should all join and talk about our cervixes (cervices?) and other aspects of female biology. Not mention anything trans, just talk female shit. And see how long it takes before TiMs start shouting at us for daring to have our own conversation amongst ourselves.

[–] slendernan 29 points (+29|-0)

I was wondering the same thing recently, though the name that came to me was menstruators. Except then I remembered some exchange between a TIM and Clue app about how the app doesn't let them track their delusional periods. And Clue responding to people saying TWAW, too...

CrevixHavers might be better. Or something with ovaries...

[–] Jade 20 points (+20|-0)

Haha I shared that discussion here! “Hey Clue can you improve your appso as to also track non-blood periods? Us TW also have periods, we just don’t bleed.”

There was also this one TIF saying “Im a man and I menstruate, why do you terfs insist I don’t exist? I’m here, I exist!”, and all the handmaidens going “yes! As a ciswoman I welcome you! You’re safe with us! Blahblahblah”

[–] JulisPepperwood 23 points (+23|-0)

What would even be the point of tracking their so called “periods”? They don’t actually bleed so they don’t need to track it to make sure they have tampons, cups, pads, etc... They are at no risk of bleeding through their clothes. And they can’t get pregnant so they can’t track ovulation for family planning purposes. So what is the point? What are they even tracking? It’s so infuriating.

[–] Synopsis 14 points (+14|-0) Edited

It's interesting how they'll use women who can't get periods or are infertile as justifications for their being women too. Yet postmenopausal women, and girls who haven't started their period yet wouldn't be using a period tracker. And, of course, the majority of women globally who don't use a period tracker app at all. We don't need an app to "affirm" our womanhood.

[–] SakuraBlossoms 0 points (+0|-0)

I just. It rings so strongly of "I identify as black even though I'm white!!!" You don't know what it's like to have a period. You don't know what it's like to start bleeding all over your clothes out of the blue and having the awkward experience of trying to find a menstrual product or hoping you have one with you to stop it from messing up your clothes more, even though you'll still have to walk around in your clothes that now a lot of blood on them. Even though it's a fetish to you, it's not to us, and even as little girls we're taught to be embarrassed about it. Their entitlement is disgusting.

[–] calming-tea 9 points (+9|-0)

Is this recent? I want so much to read this crazyness

[–] Jade 15 points (+15|-0)
[–] slendernan 7 points (+7|-0)

Yeah, I think it was your post that I remembered haha since I was sure I saw it here. It was... insane.

And speaking of, IS there another good app to track periods? Because after this idiocy I'd like to stop using Clue. I don't pay for premium, but I want to stop using it at all, not even giving them user stats or anything.

[–] Jade 7 points (+7|-0)

I guess I refuse to use period tracking apps for the same reason I refuse to use “facial yoga” apps: the latter has access to all your facial biometrics and the former to your age and reproductive cycle info. Call me a ludite if you want, but no thanks.

[–] Womancup 6 points (+6|-0)

I use Natural Cycles but it's not free. It's also approved for birth control. They have a blog and they call women women on it, and when talking about sex, they also call men men. No gender BS

[–] VirginiaW 24 points (+24|-0)

How about clitoris havers? I’ve often thought that trans women will never know how truly wonderful it is to have a clitoris.

[–] bumpyjerboa 43 points (+43|-0)

They think their mutilated glans penis post SRS or just floppy dick in general qualifies as a clit. It's clitoris envy

[–] EragonPeep [OP] 27 points (+27|-0)

The questions of "does my reconstructed penis head also count uwu" will be annoying though

[–] bumpyjerboa 21 points (+21|-0)

You should do it but be careful. I imagine TIMs will happily show up to fetishize and feed on any medical discussions about cervixes.

[–] IrishTheFrenchie 19 points (+19|-0)

Create a Cervixhavers sub and a Prostatehavers sub and see which one gets banned first.

I mean, we all know which one, but take screenshots as proof and we can maybe send them to an actual radfem journalist.

[–] EragonPeep [OP] 6 points (+6|-0)

That would be interesting. I guess I'm thinking too optimistically about "what happens if they're successful"

[–] GenderHeretic 18 points (+18|-0)

It'll probably be banned before they get a chance to take over, lol. Especially considering our obsessive stalkers.

[–] AriadneOnNaxos 15 points (+15|-0)

Fallopians? The Unprostated? Potential Passers-On of Mitochondria?

[–] carpetplaydohx2 11 points (+11|-0)

I sort of like the idea of unprostated!

[–] AriadneOnNaxos 4 points (+4|-0)

I wasn’t sure about defining us by a negative, but it does have a nice ring to it, and avoids any number of weasel-worded attempts to claim femaleness. Plus ‘prostate’ means protector, and we are certainly unprotected from the misogyny of autogynephiles.

[–] EragonPeep [OP] 3 points (+3|-0)

It sounds cool, but I've seen recently women being referred to as "not-men" which infuriated me. Me and my husband now joke around saying "not-women" when talking about men

[–] Jade 14 points (+15|-1)

The group description would be "for anyone who has or has had a cervix is welcome! That includes cis women, transmen, non-binary people with a cervix!

“The group is specially welcoming of cervix non-havers who may feel triggered by the mere existence of this group. Feel free to express how having a cervix is LITERAL VIOLENCE against stunning and brave women who work so hard at womanhood, and to cancel, block, report and doxx anyone who speaks of their cervix in a privilege-unchecked non-apologetic way. We owe you apologies for existing.”

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