NUS Women’s Campaign @nuswomcam (UK)

barfThe NUS Women’s Campaign is a Men’s Rights Organization that has banned the use of the term “sister” in their “feminist” spaces because it is “transphobic.” It adopted lots of other equal stupid resolutions at its conference that you can read in the document below.

NUS Conference 2015

PDX Trans* Pride @PDXTransPride Jorey Lee “Rebekah Katt” Brewis @kattcrazed (USA)


PDX Trans* Pride is an organization run by Jorey Lee “Rebekah Katt” Brewis, a Man who identifies as a Woman who has served a 70-month sentence robbery, with time added on for assault, carrying a weapon and supplying contraband. During the robbery, he threatened the female victim with a knife. While in prison, he castrated himself. Now released, Brewis and his organization apparently believe that Women do not have a right to organize politically or to object to abuse from Men.

Brewis (and the people below who like his harassment, including well-known MRA Alex Johnson, who calls himself Sofia) will be shocked to learn that it is in fact legal for Women to organize politically in ways he does not like and that it is also legal for Women to respond to Men who harass them.

Also, here is a video of Jorey “dancing”

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Jorey Brewis

In his various lawsuits filed against the prison system for his decision to cut off his balls, Brewis notes he was diagnosed with narcissistic and borderline personality disorders.

Brewis v. Williams et al II Dismissed

Brewis v. Williams et al II

Brewis v. Williams et al Docket II

Brewis v. Williams et al

Brewis v. Williams et al Docket

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Gonzalez-Posadas v. Attorney General (USA)

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed an order of the Board of Immigration Appeals concluding that Hernan Gonzalez-Posadas, an allegedly gay man, did not suffer past persecution in Honduras,on account of his alleged sexual orientation and thus did not have a reasonable fear of future persecution that would enable him to stay in the United States.

Gonzalez-Posadas v. Attorney General

Glenn v. Brumby (USA)

On December 6, 2011, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit decided Glenn v. Brumby. In Glenn, Vandy Glenn, a male-to-female transsexual, prevailed in her unlawful termination lawsuit against her boss at the Georgia General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Counsel. Glenn claimed that Brumby discriminated against her based on sex in violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution. There is no dispute that Brumby fired Glenn because of her transition. We support this decision.

Dawson v. Vancouver Police Board @rollergirl2014 @LindsayLyster (Canada)

angela-dawsonAngela Dawson is a Man named Jeffrey who identifies as a Woman. He previously killed someone, a crime for which he served 10 years in a Male prison. His criminal record also apparently includes sex crimes. He now has won a $15,000 monetary award from the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal for alleged denial of health care while in prison for another crime. He also claims harm from being called Male and “Jeffrey.”

Dawson claims he is “intersex.” Claiming intersex status is a common tactic among Men like Jeffrey.

His lawyer,  Lindsay Lyster, is a former member of the tribunal who authored a decision finding that discipline, domination and submission, sadism and masochism is a “sexual orientation” worthy of protection.

‘Roller Girl’ Angela Dawson wins $15K damages from Vancouver police – British Columbia – CBC News

Dawson v. Vancouver Police Board

North Carolina S.B. 612 @VoteVanDuyn @SmithIngramNC (USA)

Senator Terry Van Duyn

Senator Terry Van Duyn


Senator Erica Smith-Ingram

North Carolina S.B. 612, sponsored by Senators Terry Van Duyn and Erica Smith-Ingram, would prohibit discrimination in state employment based on sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. The bill, however, does not define those terms.

NC S.B. 612