Oh, the hyperbole!

While I’m working on a post on narcism, trans selfies and home made porn, please check out one the best bloggers on the interwebs writing about transgenderism and it’s harms to women. This woman is quite brilliant. And that’s not hyperbole.

Hypotaxis

Recently, the Huffington Post gave a platform to a transactivist who, in order to open them up to harassment, actively seeks to publish and distribute personal information – home addresses, home numbers, photos – of women who disagree with him. He justified his actions by likening women who disagree with him to Hitler. (And I’m not linking the shit here, but if you want to find it, it’s called “Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism” What Exactly Is It, And Why Does It Hurt?” By a person called Kelsie Brynn Jones.)

In the piece, the writer liberally employs use of the pejorative, TERF; TERF is a slur used against feminists whose feminism does not center around the wishes and desires of males. And for the most part, the piece is the same old drivel we’ve heard before from transgender activists with deeply hurt feels – lots of misinformation, and LOTS of hyperbole. Oh…

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3 thoughts on “Oh, the hyperbole!

  1. I’ve seen this comment before somewhere…the reference to women disagreeing with him being likened to hitler..the same old rhetoric..it’s not that stupid frickin ‘Angelica’ again is it?

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  2. Ohh it’s okay. He just linked it to his facebook or something I think. I see it’s that Kelsie person. But God don’t they all jump on the same old bandwagon and repeat the same old mantras..! Talk about rhetoric..Yawn.

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  3. Godwin’s Law in action – whoever makes a ridiculous, over-the-top comparison of any person or thing to Hitler and/or the Nazis automatically loses the argument.

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