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But I thought trans were the most oppressedest ever in the whole world? /s

Came here to say this.

And that the sight of a police cruiser with a trans flag on it literally made my stomach drop.

And that the sight of a police cruiser with a trans flag on it literally made my stomach drop.

Me too. TRAs already treat the police as their personal Gestapo (while duplicitously bleating "ACAB" and #defundthepolice on social media), and the police are fucking agreeing and painting their cars accordingly.

OK I am "hearting" the one woman with an "I heart JK Rowling" t-shirt, and a "Woman: Adult Human Female" sign...standing in front of a trans-flag painted car!

A trans-flag painted police car! Are the police against human rights for women now?

Yes. Despicable. But yay for the woman pictured protesting the madness.

If I saw that car coming towards me there is no way I wouldn't feel threatened.

Sirens going uWuUwU when a thought crime is commited my a dangerous woman!

[–] ghoul2 6 points Edited

I always get nervous about the connections between transhumanism and the police state... I know this is well-intended by the people behind it but deeply disturbing to me

Edit: well intended since portrayal of homosexuality in media wasn't even legal until relatively recently in the UK

Is it well-intended though? Isn’t it just inherent misogyny?

The well intended part was the "being you is not a crime" because of the history of section 28 basically removing free speech on homosexuality. But obviously I do not agree with what they have done to the cars here.

portrayal of homosexuality in media wasn't even legal until relatively recently in the UK

Can you give some more info on this?

Not exactly fully illegal but it's called Section 28 which wasn't repealed until 2003