On Sunday evening, Miriam Ben-Shalom, the first lesbian to be reinstated to the U.S. Army after being booted over her sexual orientation, told PJ Media she had been banned from Facebook for 30 days. Her crime? Saying that lesbians like her are not interested in intercourse with males who have male anatomy. She has been outspoken against transgender activists, who — among other things — insist that males who identify as women are really women, so lesbians must be romantically interested in them.
Kaeley Triller Harms, co-founder of Hands Across the Aisle Women’s Coalition, spoke out about Ben-Shalom’s suspension.
“What in God’s green earth is the point of all the billions of dollars being spent to educate kids about the importance of consent if girls are ultimately going to be told that their ‘no’ only means ‘no’ until a man in a dress decides he’s entitled to negate it?” she asked, incisively. “Misogyny, thy name is transactivism. I’ve had enough. The answer is still ‘no’ even if it lands me in Facebook jail.”