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Womb-less women would be welcome, though. I highly doubt they'd refuse a woman who's had a hysterectomy.

Is she really saying that women who have had hysterectomies are not women..?

Side note, I now identify as a demi-god. Be kind and bow down.

Common TRA statements:

  • "No one's denying biological sex exists"
  • "If you dont like having transwomen in this group make a new group for yourself."
  • "Bleeders, pregnant people, womb havers"
  • "Obviously if it's for medical reasons it's okay, but if it's just a regular woman's group then transwomen should be able to join."

Then they see a group literally about recovery centering on menstrual cycles and the womb, and are LIVID it's female only.

They also have the audacity to compare themselves with women who have had hysterectomies, or who dont have periods, and ask why these women are allowed to join... maybe because their experience of having their womb removed/having uterine health issues is EXACTLY what this sort of group will discuss and centre? πŸ₯΄

It's sad to me that OP has such internalised misogyny that even for medical reasons she doesn't like the thought of women gathering seperately from males.
She has NO reason to believe this group about UTERINE HEALING is transphobic, unless it excludes female trans identified people.

Good grief she's acting like the thought police. Wrongthink spotted in district 4! Seeking backup!

How dare someone doing womb healing circles not include someone who has never had a womb

Everyone knows men don’t have a womb or menstruate. Where is the empathy and compassion for other women???

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