@UniofOxford students: This is a prohibited belief. We will investigate you & lodge a complaint if you express it. You are compelled to believe that men can transform themselves into women by uttering a spell.
@DrHenryWimbush, publicly reviled by the @UniofOxford student newspaper, is accused of several transgressions of thought and expression, as follows:
Sociology professor Dr. Biggs (DrHenryWimbush) published an article questioning inflated suicide numbers used by trans activists. His analysis is based on official statistics.
Oxford Students apparently deem such an act suspicious.
Long explanatory thread:
This tweet, expressing Prof. Biggs's disagreement with the Lancet view that "gender-nonconforming" children should be guided towards medical gender transition based on their own (immature) perceptions of what sex and gender roles mean.
Hubbard is a male who previously unsuccessfully competed in men's weighlifting & subsequently won 1st place in a women's competition. Trans activists support him in this.
@TheOxStu concludes:"The implication appears to be a ridicule of supposing that gender identity would matter in such a situation."
Indeed. Women are subjugated on the basis of their sex not their feelings.
What a self-own. Need I elaborate, since they prove his point.
@TheOxStu is offended that Prof. Biggs:
- likes data
- has concern for lesbians and gays
- attends women's meetings on law
- questions early medicalization of children
- has concern for women's sports & rights
- thinks feminists are smart
- has a British sense of humour
Hence a complaint to @UniofOxford.
There's some thought policing for you right there.
I hope @UniofOxford stands up to this.
The rant against Dr. Biggs says his full statement can be found on his website.
But craftily, there's no link.
The title is "Free speech at Oxford: Do women have the right to meet to discuss legislation?"