December 24, 2019
Debbie Hayton, 51
Suggesting that trans women weren’t literally assigned a penis and a pair of testicles at birth by evil patriarchal wizard doctors with the power to materialize genitals at will is an unforgivable hate crime even for trans women themselves.
A transgender woman is facing disciplinary action for wearing a t-shirt proclaiming that she is biologically a man.
Debbie Hayton, 51, a physics teacher in the Midlands, changed her gender from male to female in 2012.
She is now potentially facing expulsion from the LGBT+ committee of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) after wearing a t-shirt saying ‘Trans women are men. Get over it.’
Calling trans women “trans women” implies that trans women are not exactly women.
If trans women are not just plain “women,” then what are they?
The people upset about someone saying that trans women are men should, at the very least, provide a convincing answer to that question other than “trans women are trans women,” which is just circular reasoning and not really an answer.
Ms Hayton wore the t-shirt at an event in July, organised by campaign group Fair Play for Women, as reported by The Sunday Times.
In August, 12 members of the committee sent a complaint about Ms Hayton to Frances O’Grady, the general secretary of the TUC.
They said that by wearing the t-shirt Ms Hayton had ‘gone beyond discourse, and the expression of alternative viewpoints, and is now propagating hate speech against the trans community.’
Nicola Williams, founder of Fair Play for Women, told the newspaper: ‘Accusations of transphobia are thrown at women so often for so little that the word has lost all meaning.
‘When even trans people can get called transphobes, I hope people now understand how ludicrous and far-fetched these attacks have always been. The trans movement has been hijacked by gender extremists.’
Stating facts is hate speech.
Just recently, a judge in the United Kingdom ruled that there is no right to question whether a trans person is a man or a woman.
We are supposed to accept the idea that men can turn into women without any questioning because asking questions and stating facts hurts feelings, and at some undetermined point in the history of democracy, the masses have decided that feelings are the most important thing to protect.
If you are not interested in the conservatism of feelings, you’re labeled a bigot, a hater, and… a conservative.