Canada: Cross-Dressing Man Put In Charge of Women’s Group Gets Backlash From Feminists

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
January 9, 2018

When Rachel Dolezal declared herself “trans-racial,” thus justified in taking a plush NAACP job, the Judeo-left universally condemned her as a con-artist and usurper.

Somehow, pretending to be something you biologically aren’t doesn’t apply to trannies. They don’t bother explaining the difference, they just launch mob attacks against you if you ask too many questions.

The J-left has a term for feminists who reject the idea that men who dress up like women and take hormones are female: “TERFs” (trans-exclusionary radical feminists).

Most Antifa PC militias have green-lit TERFs. They have orders to kill/assault them if they show their faces in public.

But in Montreal, it looks like the kooky feminists are organizing to take down the male homo appointed by the local elites to lead them.

The system is taking the transsexual’s side.

Montreal Gazette:

Gabrielle Bouchard began her term as president of the Fédération des femmes du Québec with a call for women’s equality, echoing the demands of leaders of the province’s main feminist organization going back to its creation more than 50 years ago.

But a month into the job, Bouchard has faced a backlash over what sets her apart from her predecessors: that she was born male.

As the first transgender woman to head the federation, Bouchard’s ability to speak for women has been challenged by some feminists who portray her gender transition as a lifestyle choice.

“Is a trans woman a real woman?” asked the headline above one Journal de Montréal column. “Being a woman is not a choice or an identity,” the head of a splinter feminist group wrote in another column critical of Bouchard’s election.

Bouchard, 49, said she did not expect her arrival as president to stir such controversy. “I had to realize that it is a big deal, because we are still at a point where we tolerate some identities, or we tolerate some people who are at the margins . . . as long as they stay where we believe they are supposed to be,” she said in an interview.

“If women are going out of the places that we create for them, then we start to see a backlash.”

Disagreement in feminist circles over the place of trans women is not new. In Canada, transgender woman Kimberly Nixon lost a long court battle in 2007 after a Vancouver rape crisis centre refused to let her work as a counselor because she was not born female.

In the United States and the United Kingdom, tensions occasionally flare between trans activists and a fringe of radical feminists who insist on regarding transgender women as men.

Last year, the Nigerian author and feminist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie stirred controversy in an interview with a British TV network in which she argued that the transgender experience should not be “conflated” with women’s experience.

“It’s about the way the world treats us, and I think if you’ve lived in the world as a man with the privileges that the world accords to men and then sort of change gender, it’s difficult for me to accept that then we can equate your experience with the experience of a woman who has lived from the beginning as a woman and who has not been accorded those privileges that men are,” she said.

The assault on Bouchard’s leadership was led by columnist Denise Bombardier, who wrote that the goal of trans activists is to “smash the reality of the two sexes to impose an appalling vision where neither man nor woman would exist any more.”

Diane Guilbault, who broke from the federation in 2013 and founded the organization Pour les droits des femmes du Québec, said it is one thing for Bouchard to advocate for trans rights, as she did in her previous job at Concordia University.

But for her to speak on behalf of Quebec women is a step too far, Guilbault said in an interview.

“We think the experience of a woman who is born a woman is completely different from the experience of a man who decides one day to present himself as a woman,” she said.

“It’s not enough to say, ‘I feel that I am a woman, so I can speak in the name of women.’ For us it’s the same as saying, ‘I feel black, so I can speak in the name of blacks.’ ”

Canada is so far gone that the ongoing culture war is middle-aged dykes and faggots who mutilate their penises arguing over what a woman is.

When it comes to cultural Marxism and “progress,” the (((nation-retarders))) will never be satisfied. They will keep shifting the poles of degeneracy, and refuse to tell us when they want this ride to end.

America is no exception. We already see trannies like Blair White being promoted by (((Dave Rubin))) and co. as the new conservative thought-leaders.

If you’re a young, white, heterosexual man, the modern West’s death throes are intense and insane. But take solace in the fact that this can’t go on forever. And be organized so that when it all comes down, we will fill the political vacuum.