Nahmod is the same “reporter” who harassed an Arizona couple in 2008. A court ordered Nahmod to stop doing “anything that encourages others to harass” the couple, including posting information about them on the Internet. Nahmod wrote extensively about the couple at several websites. Nahmod claimed that the couple “brainwashed” his ex-boyfriend into leaving him. It is entirely likely that his boyfriend – who described Nahmod as “delusional” – “left him” because the delusional behavior Nahmod exhibited.
Jason Parsley, Associate Publisher of the South Florida Gays News, wrote this after Brennan called him to advise him that his reporter made no attempt to contact her.
In print, Parsley expressed no opinion about the clear journalistic ethics breach in allowing a man who had an unpleasant online encounter with the subject of his “reporting” to write this “article” in the first instance.
The Hatewatch blog is managed by the staff of the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based civil rights organization. Recently, Men’s Rights Activists attempted to have Gender Identity Watch monitored as a “hate group” for our group and collective advocacy of women’s rights. The SPLC apparently declined to do so and noted that a “hate group” is “all hate groups have beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people, typically for their immutable characteristics.”
Gender is not immutable. Indeed, gender is a social construct. An immutable characteristic would include, say, sex.
As the SPLC actually opposes “all forms of anti-LGBT bigotry,” we suggest the SPLC monitor the TransAdvocate as a hate group for their regular denigration of Women based on our sex (an immutable characteristic).
Idaho state prisoner William Gray was convicted of killing his wife, Betty Gray, and her alleged lover, Reeda Roundy. While in prison, Gray decided he was transgender and sought treatment for gender identity disorder. Recently, a federal court in Idaho dismissed his lawsuit for failing to exhaust administrative remedies.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court reversed a lower court’s decision that banned a boy from using the girls’ bathroom in Orono schools. In a 5-1 decision, the justices said that Superior Court Justice William Anderson erred when he ruled in favor of what is now Riverside RSU 26.
“Our opinion must not be read to require schools to permit students casual access to any bathroom of their choice,” Justice Warren Silver wrote for the majority. “Decisions about how to address students’ legitimate gender identity issues are not to be taken lightly. Where, as here, it has been clearly established that a student’s psychological well-being and educational success depend upon being permitted to use the communal bathroom consistent with her gender identity, denying access to the appropriate bathroom constitutes sexual orientation discrimination in violation of the [Maine Human Rights Commission].”
Two women and a man have started a petition on change.org to get Women to stop talking about reproductive health as a “women’s issue,” as such language makes them “feel bad.” Beck Martens, Alice Wilder, and Calliope Wonglaunched a petition on Change.org asking that NARAL and Planned Parenthood “produce more trans*-inclusive campaigns,” as language like “Trust Women” and #StandWithTexasWomen excludes Men/Transwomen/Women in denial that they are female.
An analysis of responses to the National Transgender Discrimination Survey (NTDS) by Ann P. Haas and Philip L. Rodgers of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Jody L. Herman of UCLA Law School’s Williams Institute demonstrates that “transgender respondents who experienced rejection by family and friends, discrimination, victimization, or violence have a higher risk of attempting suicide.”
“This study outlines the potential links between minority stressors and suicidal behavior among transgender and gender non-conforming individuals,” said Herman. “More research is needed, but this is a critical first step in efforts to address the negative mental health impacts of anti-transgender discrimination.”
This study will be used by transgender activists to manipulate liberals into adopting over broad gender identity legislation – because if you don’t support it, you are responsible for people committing suicide.
These MRAs are threatening physical violence against Keith, making statements such as “moar pies.” This refers to prior incident in which Keith was struck in the face with a pie full of cayenne pepper.
This Article will address the “unfair advantage” the male-to-female athletes have over their females in sports that require a high degree of strength and power. Mixed Martial Artist Fallon Fox is a an ideal example for this issue because a high contact sport high intensity and “hyper-masculine” like Mixed Martial Arts is a good demonstration to illustrate the unfair advantage newly identified females have over their opponents after being a male, physically and legally in society for an extensive period of time.
Part II of this article will summarize the policies governing transgender athlete participation in Sport. Further, this section will note some of the tests that sports governing bodies use in determining whether a transgender athlete should be identified in athletics as her newly legal gender.
Part III will discuss the difference in cross-sectional musculature, hormone composition, and DNA relevant to both males and females, and discuss why even hormonal therapy and other forms of surgery that will aid in a “gender change” will still leave a natal male with a far superior athletic advantage over a male; especially done after a certain age. This article will conclude by contending a modification in the current guidelines for depicting whether a transgender should be allowed to participate.