Cathy Brennan Describes Trans Stalking and Harassment in Olympia, Washington (USA)

Related Post: https://genderidentitywatch.com/2017/01/29/trans-activists-stalk-harass-cathy-brennan-in-olympia-wa-usa/

THIS IS THE GAY MAN WHO STARTED ALL OF THIS, BECAUSE LESBIANS REFUSED TO SAY HE WAS A LESBIAN WHEN HE IS IN DRAG

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THIS IS THE DJ

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THIS IS HOPE BEAR QUARTZ

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THIS IS JANE

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FACEBOOK PAGE FOR JAKES ON FOURTH https://www.facebook.com/Olympiagaybar/

CRAZY STALKERS

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One thought on “Cathy Brennan Describes Trans Stalking and Harassment in Olympia, Washington (USA)

  1. In the video, the way you described their behavior…that’s how pack animals hunt for prey. They lure them somewhere and then circle them in. It’s really disturbing that human beings would be behaving this way.

    I’m glad that the cops responded to your call and were helpful in getting you to safety, but this is something you never should’ve had to deal with in the first place.

    These people demand respect, but they don’t give it to anybody. They don’t respect language, they don’t respect the different opinions of other people, they don’t respect others’ autonomy in sexual relationships (i.e. that lesbians don’t want to have sex with male genitals), and they don’t respect the wellbeing of other people and their right to go about their lives without being stalked or threatened. Their behavior is completely hypocritical. Refusing to acknowledge a male as a lesbian when the dictionary defines woman as “an adult female human” and lesbian as “(of a woman) sexually attracted to other women,” is not unreasonable at all. But, refusing to leave a person alone when they decline to disregard the dictionary like you do, and stalking them on- and offline, to the point where they need to call the police is completely unreasonable (not to mention, criminal).

    I hope more people will have their peak trans moments and wake up to the fact that many of these people are very unwell. Feeling like your identity doesn’t align with societal roles prescribed to your sex is not some terrible thing. It’s completely understandable and deserves respect and recognition. But, attempting to impose your identity claims on other people, when the words that you’re using don’t make sense or reflect the pre-established meanings of the terms? That’s inappropriate, mentally unwell, and bothers people. It’s not something that anyone has the right to do.

    Stay strong and stay safe.

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