Cathy Brennan’s 911 call in response to trans stalking and harassment (USA)

Here is the 911 call made to the Olympia Police Department in response to transgender stalking and harassment.




Kimya Dawson @mrskimyadawson (USA)

15826838_10155202944723132_4804468997222170194_nKimya Dawson is an anti-lesbian musician with ties to Olympia, Washington. Dawson recently engaged in online harassment of Cathy Brennan in connection with anti-lesbian bashing that occurred in Olympia, Washington as described in this video.

When Dawson was confronted by Brennan over her harassing comments, Dawson said she did not intend to threaten Brennan.

In a 180-reversal, Dawson subsequently authored a blog post in which she pledges allegiance to men’s rights activists and disavows lesbians. You can read this screed here – hello-is-it-me-youre-looking-for_-%e2%80%a2-well-a-thing-happened-where-i-was-targeted-online



Trans Activists Stalk & Harass Cathy Brennan in Olympia, WA (USA)

In 2017, trans activism means organizing / participating in activities intended to intimidate and threaten lesbians who refuse to repeat the lie that transwomen are women and therefore can be lesbians.


Chelsea (Bradley) Manning (USA)


President Obama commuted (all but four months of) the remainder of Bradley (who identifies as a woman named Chelsea) Manning’s 35-year prison sentence.  Manning, a former Army intelligence analyst, was convicted of “stealing and disseminating 750,000 pages of documents and videos to WikiLeaks” in 2010.  Under the terms of the commutation announced by the Obama Administration, Manning is set to be released on May 17, 2017.

Obama Commutes Sentence of Chelsea Manning — CNN

Chelsea Manning to Be Released Early as Obama Commutes Sentence

Bradley Manning (USA) — GIW

Chelsea (Bradley) Manning (USA) — GIW

National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution” Special Issue


National Geographic, the official magazine of the National Geographic Society, recently revealed the two cover designs chosen for their special issue titled “Gender Revolution.”

One cover features a 9-year old Avery Jackson, a 9-year old boy who identifies as a girl, wearing pink from head to toe and lounging above the quote, “The best thing about being a girl is, now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy.”  Whatever that means.

The alternate cover shows a group of seven individuals, each accompanied by a small white caption noting the individual’s “gender.”  Although National Geographic found room for two individuals who are identified as “transgender female,” and one identified as “male” there apparently wasn’t enough room to include every gender.  Notably, although not surprisingly, missing from the “gender revolution”: WOMEN.

According to National Geographic editor-in-chief, Susan Goldberg, “Today that and other beliefs about gender are shifting rapidly and radically. That’s why we’re exploring the subject this month, looking at it through the lens of science, social systems, and civilizations throughout history.”

Let National Geographic know what you think of their special issue here.

Why We Put a Transgender Girl on the Cover of National Geographic — National Geographic

“Gender Revolution” — National Geographic

Kimberly Peirce @ Reed College (USA)


Trans activist students at Reed College in Portland, OR, protested against “transphobia” in a series of actions focused on intimidating and harassing director Kimberly Peirce, who was invited to hold a Q&A session on campus following the screening of her 1999 film Boys Don’t Cry.


First, the students removed posters advertising the film screening and subsequent Q&A session prior to the event.  This action is an attempt to reduce the attendance at the event, allowing the protesters the opportunity to overwhelm non-protesters and appear as though they represent a more significant percentage of students.  This is intimidation.

Next they arrived early to hang up posters in the lecture hall where the film screening would take place.  Some of these posters featured generic slogans such as, “Fuck Your Transphobia,”and “Trans Lives Do Not Equal $$.”  Although it’s clear a lot of time and intention went into these posters, some of the statements feature more ambiguous messages such as “Autonomy for Trans People” and “You Don’t Fucking Get It.”  Finally, a sign left at the podium Peirce was invited to speak at read, “Fuck This Cis White Bitch.”  This is intimidation.  This is harassment.


In a display of transgender activism, the students entered the lecture hall following the screening to disrupt the Q&A session.  For several minutes these students interrupted, talked over, and screamed slogans from their posters (among others) at Peirce as she attempted to give her presentation until she left the room.  One protester yelled “Fuck you scared bitch” over the crowd.  This is harassment.  This is misogyny.

Among the students’ complaints were the fact that Peirce, a lesbian who they viewed as a non-trans person, was profiting on the “representation of violence against transgender bodies;” that a non-trans actor was cast as the film’s lead character; and that they didn’t like the “poorly orchestrated” rape scene in the film.

Regardless of whether these concerns hold any validity (hint: they do not) it’s worth noting that the tactics these students used — isolating one’s political adversaries from potential allies, using repetitive slogans to advance an ideology, and publicly attacking an individual to intimidate others who may be considering dissension — are not unique to this incident.

This is trans activism.

Leftist Students Shouted ‘F*ck You B*itch’ at the Gay Director of a Pro-Trans Movie, Boys Don’t Cry —

Reed College Students Protest Visiting “Boys Don’t Cry” Filmmaker Over Alleged Transphobia — Willamette Week

“Hiding the Tears in My Eyes – BOYS DON’T CRY – A Legacy” by Jack Halberstam