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Director at Gay Men’s Network, garrulous male homosexual. Lawyer.
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Mar 27 7 tweets 2 min read
1/ If you see a frightened and assaulted woman, likely much smaller than you, and your reaction is to crow like a bully's henchman, something has gone seriously wrong with your development as a man. Real men are disturbed, shocked and driven to anger by this. I'll spell this out 2/ We, as men, are physically stronger and more imposing. Our voices are louder. Our punches are harder. That imposes a responsibility upon us, those who have honour, not to abuse those comparative advantages. It imposes a duty to forsake violence and to let women speak
Mar 26 12 tweets 3 min read
1/ Do not lose heart and do not give them your hope. They want that most. What you are seeing is the descent into violence. Violence occurs where political movements fail. This one has. What you are witnessing are the claws and fangs and lashing out of a cornered monster. 2/ Self-ID is now dead thanks to Aunt Lydia Surgeon. The Taoiseach himself sounded like a frightened man finally conceding reality this week. Starmer has moved. Stonewall are a joke and their tweets are closed. Soon their organisation will be. This is gender borgism in freefall
Mar 26 4 tweets 1 min read
1/ Oh look, some middle class incoherent gender borg stalking a lesbian telling her she's not welcome in her own damned country. Courage being what it is with this lot a face covering. No doubt unable to identify or articulate what "rights" are being furthered here, but I can. 2/ It's incoherently chanted that "trans rights are human rights" but here we see the right really being claimed. The right to maraud. To linger. To intimidate. To insult. To disrupt lawful assembly. The right to put people in fear. This is low-level intimidation.
Mar 25 11 tweets 4 min read
1/ The grinning, facile, crowing accidental fascists of gender are driving you to rage. Course they are. You need your equilibrium & strategy most now, but it's out of your reach, because you've witnessed domestic gender terrorism. But reach you must.

2/ Gender borgs have no sex or joy in the echoing spaces of what should have been their lives, so they are aroused by violence.

Trans rights are the right to silence women

We see that tonight. They are elated. Aroused. Excited. They have scared and punched women.
Mar 24 9 tweets 2 min read
1/ I'm in error if I think the gender borg queen here won't find a new, more brutal way of disappointing me. Fresh from irrelevant corporate junkets she now exploits anti-homosexual state violence to push gender. Her standards are abyssal always, she is a benthic betrayer. 2/ Truth is states like Uganda, always conservative and Christian, are likely reacting to the march of gender, but the forced team means they're not making being non-binary a capital offence Nancy. No, that's reserved for us sexual racists and genital fetishists.
Mar 24 5 tweets 1 min read
1/ To Mr Marsh on “going no contact”. The tictok pied piper. Remember him? The point of the tale is children can be led. Even back when those stories were drawn we knew the danger of grinning men beguiling children. You remember that story Jeffrey? 2/ It depends on us knowing that children can be led astray. None questions the story. We know they can. That’s why the story survives. Only now the piper has not a pipe but a tick tick account. Remember what happened to the children on that story?
Mar 23 11 tweets 2 min read
1/ To the brave women and gay men in Australia. It starts with hopelessness and helplessness. It starts with them calling you terf. Bigot. Genital fetishist. Not welcome in gay spaces. It starts with anger and cancellations. The genesis of change is always to be hated. 2/ It starts with a few brave women at a microphone. A few gay men on twitter. A few articles. A podcast here and there. Then an article. Then a response piece. Then an interview. Then it becomes an organisation. A group of people saying no. Then another group saying no
Mar 23 9 tweets 2 min read
1/ Does anyone else remember that time Nancy Kelley was doing her irritating, faux-kookey "I'm a data nerd" routine about male advantages in sport? She found some totally hokum survey and started telling us basically all men are women and women are men. 2/ This is her third most irritating category of tweets. The first is the non-stop corporate junkets where she weeps false tears for some imagined tidal wave of hate while living it up at 5 star hotels. The second is the "fun mum"/I can't get married nonsense.
Mar 22 10 tweets 2 min read
1/ To be “Queer” and yet a homosexual is to make yourself the abused court jester for straights. You’re clothed in a slur that makes you different, yet you’ve opened the doors up on the word so married heterosexuals can take a gap year as oppression tourists in your life. 2/ You’ve betrayed your own right to say same sex attracted because now, well, you’re in one big rainbow happy family where anyone can join. That’s fun while the party last. Less fun when you have to defend anti homosexual legislation. You may have to.
Mar 21 10 tweets 2 min read
1/ You’re living through a stage in which the enlightenment is faltering. This is a twilight of the enlightenment if you will, but being as the whole thing is in conflict, it may be a dusk or a dawn contingent on what value the West still reposes in reason. 2/ For this is very much an age of unreason. What Nichola Sturgeon’s famously sophist interview in which trans women are women until one is a politically inconvenient enormous rapist splashed across tabloids. It pure performance unreason.
Mar 16 19 tweets 4 min read
1/ What is it to "force team" and why does it matter? With #LGBWithoutTheT trending it's an apt question and one where I intend to present the case for an amicable divorce, members of the jury. I choose those words intentionally, divorce is private, but this is a very public row. 2/ LGB are sexual orientations finding our protected characteristic in s.12 of the Equality Act 2010 regarding our exclusive or no-exclusive same-sex attraction. T is covered by s.7 and concerns "reassignment" and "change". Quite different concepts:…
Mar 14 16 tweets 3 min read
1/ The “Gay not Queer” discourse has agitated some of the intellectually less able inflatable looking chaps I see.

Such “men” foolishly believe themselves civil advocates, but they are mere Turkeys voting for Christmas.

Allow me to explain what gender has in store for gay men 2/ Gender brings back the closet. It says uttering the truth that you are same sex attracted is hateful. It addresses that injunction only to homosexuals, not straight men. Your choice as a gay man is to shut up or to lie and pretend you would countenance opposite sex relations.
Mar 13 5 tweets 2 min read
1/ I remind @Change that the test for joint enterprise criminal liability in the UK is "encouraging or assisting" a crime, such as harassment. I further remind them that "assisting an offender" in any way is also a statutory criminal offence. 2/ That's before we get to malicious communications, communications offences generally or the vast array of civil law implications. In the UK the Equality Act 2010 protects persons from discrimination and harassment according to protected characteristics.
Mar 12 9 tweets 2 min read
1/ There's a diabolical genius to gender. It looks like freedom, but those labels, flags & discourse policing are just prisons. It looks like gay rights, but it causes the Stonewall CEO to call lesbians "sexual racists". It looks like progress, but relies on 1950s sex stereotypes 2/ It looks like kindness to use the "preferred" pronoun, but really it's just controlling your speech and your ability to describe the world. It looks like activism, but really it's shutting down dissent whether it's taking LGB Alliance to court or pillorying the lesbian project
Mar 12 12 tweets 2 min read
1/ Imagine your community was summarily redefined by those who claimed to represent you. This is what’s happened under gender ti homosexuals. Lesbians are now being pilloried for organising as lesbians because they are told that word no longer has the meaning it did 2/ I ask people to really think about this. How would you feel if you lost the ability to name what you are and associate with people just like you. What sort of ideology do you think might command you reconsider the very basic fundamentals of what you are enjoying who you are
Mar 11 5 tweets 1 min read
1/ Greer's concision can eclipse her brilliance, this is worth watching a few times for that reason. The analysis here is of gender being an example of looking through the wrong end of the telescope to define what a woman is, it's reductive and the externalities become the core. 2/ That is very much worth exploring because the unreality (and superficiality) of gender are the substitutes for material humans. This makes all those defined by gender (particularly women) humans-lite - nothing more than a collection of social rules and norms
Mar 10 8 tweets 2 min read
1/ Edgy bang on the money here. He’s responding to an academic (aren’t they always bloody academics) who seems to prize a strange sort of LGBTWTF exceptionalism in which we can’t have lives she deems “too normal” 2/ I suppose one ought to expect this really as this character and her pals appear to be doing their best to make us all look ridiculous and in many cases dangerous. Make no mistake, the manifesto here is of permanent “otherness”
Mar 7 24 tweets 2 min read
Venerating men in long flowing robes as a sacred caste capable of no wrong. Belief in souls, gendered or otherwise..

Come on Nancy, please, you’re making this too easy Mass indoctrination of children?
Mar 6 9 tweets 3 min read
1/ Word reaches me the gender borg are now trying to assimilate the painful history of Section 28 into their synthetic cavalcade of pretended historical hurts. This is par for the course, their movement predates on pain not their own and consumes it with outright lies 2/ Red alert and shields up then, I suppose. As will be obvious from the text of the 1988 Act, it was solely directed towards the humble homosexual. Trans as a social phenomenon didn't exist in the 80s, so was not considered a target.…
Mar 6 8 tweets 2 min read
1/ Every religion has a vow of chastity class, here's genders. We're still unclear as to what possible shared political interests this group might have with us male homosexuals who are hardly noted for our aversion to all things carnal. More forced teaming… 2/ Nor does anyone ask whether trauma, terrible life experiences or depression (or anything negative) might lead a person to this identification. Questions are unwelcome under the rainbow and compassion for fellow humans roundly discouraged.
Mar 5 13 tweets 3 min read
1/ She gazes across the shipwrecks of her life's esteems, this morose sad sack, she who negotiates, compromises what a woman is - while being married to one. She who falls silent while the mills of the gender abattoir turn. This useless gendocrat, her charity fat on irrelevance 2/ Her mouth was seemingly sewn shut when Hannah Barnes' book "Time to think" revealed 80-90% of the kids at her gender abattoirs are actually gay. While staff said "soon there will be no gay people left", while they said it was a "new form of gay conversion therapy"