The ‘DARVO’ Tactics of the Men’s Rights Activism Behind Transgenderism

All the rights being openly fought for by TRAs are men’s rights to violate women’s rights and bodily integrity.

  • Men in women’s safe spaces and jails.
  • Men in women’s sports.
  • The erasure of females in language, including when it is language pertaining to our specific biology (even male-identifying women are made invisible behind beards and are virtually silent in society).
  • Men taking women’s scholarships in women’s universities.
  • Men taking women’s positions in women’s colleges.
  • Men taking women’s awards and accomplishments.
  • Men’s sexual and violent crimes being registered as female crimes, including pedophilia.
  • Men bullying, slandering, doxing, and getting women fired for calling out their massive gaslighting MRA campaign without any accountability.
  • Men not only speaking over women, or for women, but now speaking as women.
  • Men violating the physical integrity of female biology via technology.

Trans Rights Activists are just Men’s Rights Activists using the tactics of ‘DARVO’: Deny, Attack, Reverse Victim and Offender.

Source: The ‘DARVO’ Tactics of the Men’s Rights Activism Behind Transgenderism – Uncommon Ground

All-new female formula: just add anyone

Anyone can be a woman, according to Australia’s top science body.

The Australian Academy of Science, whose president John Shine is seizing on COVID-19 to campaign for accurate science against “made-up stuff”, has quietly adopted a definition of a woman as “anyone who identifies as a woman”.

Evolutionary biologist Madeleine Beekman, a professor at the University of Sydney, said she doubted her female colleagues would be aware of this redefinition.

“I find it very surprising that it comes from the academy of science, which should be based on science and not on some social, political agenda — so, I’m shocked, actually,” she told The Australian.

“If you’re going to change the definition of a woman to something that’s no longer based on a biological fact, then what are you doing?”

From May 1, Victorians have been able to change their official birth sex once a year by paying $110.50 and filling in an online declaration.

Source: All-new female formula: just add anyone

Teenage transgender row splits Sweden as dysphoria diagnoses soar by 1,500%

In the autumn of 2018, the Social Democrat-led government, under pressure from the gay, lesbian and transgender group RFSL, proposed a new law which would reduce the minimum age for sex reassignment medical care from 18 to 15, remove all need for parental consent, and allow children as young as 12 to change their legal gender.

Then in March last year, the backlash started. Christopher Gillberg, a psychiatrist at Gothenburg’s Sahlgrenska Academy, wrote an article in the Svenska Dagbladet newspaper warning that hormone treatment and surgery on children was “a big experiment” which risked becoming one of the country’s worst medical scandals.

One of the most surprising changes has been the growing divisions between trans activists. While Romson warns that children will have even more anxiety because of the change in the debate, Aleksa Lundberg, a trans woman and longstanding activist, is backing the call for more research.

Last October she apologised for not having been sufficiently open about the depression she had felt after her operation. “I would probably not undergo corrective surgery if I had the same choice today,” she wrote. “And I want to apologise to those who perhaps needed to hear that story earlier.”

Source: Teenage transgender row splits Sweden as dysphoria diagnoses soar by 1,500% | Transgender | The Guardian

Seven sex attacks in women’s jails by transgender convicts

Transgender prisoners are five times more likely to carry out sex attacks on inmates at women’s jails than other prisoners are, official figures show.Male prisoners who were transferred to women’s jails during gender reassignment and women inmates who are transitioning committed seven of the 124 sex attacks recorded between 2010 and 2018.

Source: Seven sex attacks in women’s jails by transgender convicts | News | The Times