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Enough With The Searches: A Purple Doughnut

April 6, 2010

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Same Thing.

Ugh, allusions are so not entertaining if they have to be explained!  Get with the program people.  I* live in my* head and it is you all’s job to know what I* am thinking.

A purple doughnut is a shaggy dog story.

Now you know.  Okay.

*I am becoming so grand.

13 Comments
  1. April 6, 2010 5:21 pm

    This is what happens when Margie leaves the blog to me.

  2. April 6, 2010 10:06 pm

    I don’t know what any of the above is a response to, but I can tell you this – the expression on that dog’s face looks like he’s saying “really? we had to spell it out for you?”

    in essence, yet another photo-says-it-all moment from the masterminds of AROOO.

    also, this post made me re-re-re-re-re-fall in love with you.

  3. April 7, 2010 5:57 pm

    Lmao @ the ‘concern tranny’ comment Margie left in that other thread.

    Here’s the thing, some people don’t give a shit about tranny this and that. Some of us care not one bit about men whinning about how “oppressed” they are as man made “females” because some of us are actually concerned with the REAL oppression of born women. You wanted inverted dicks and fake tits not me, not us, so get the fuck over it already! You made your bed, now lay down and shut up. Any “oppression” you think you feel is just an extension of misogyny and male opression of the female, not special brand of opression for butchered males. You do not have it worse than women born women, and we will not submit to your demands.

    Gawd!

    • April 7, 2010 6:53 pm

      It has been at least six months and my mind still has not changed. Not telling someone that you were born male is deception. DECEPTION DECEPTION DECEPTION! And as much as I hate adding this disclaimer because I just don’t fucking feel like we should have to, I don’t mean no harm to “transgendered” men. As in a male who does not comply with patriarchal standards of masculinity. However, I do have a problem when that male does whatever it is that he does and call it feminism and calls himself a woman/female. No, he is a male not complying with patriarchal expectations of males. He is a male who (most likely) embracing patriarchal expectations of femininity. I do not have a problem with either of these actions. However, again, I have a problem with him trying to call himself a female, and demanding that I do the same and calling what he is doing feminism. It is not. I think I would have less disdain for these males and even have enough sympathy for their plight, enough that would induce me to not badmouth them if they would just not call their shit feminist and not demand that females prioritize their agenda over our own. We have enough shit on our plate. Find your own damn plate. You know what I mean. Because when/if you come trying to squeeze your shit on my plate, I am going to talk about your ass until it hurts.

    • April 7, 2010 11:42 pm

      That is the group I’m addressing in my rant too. The folks who insist on taking over female spaces and demand that female born people acknowledge their butchered bodies as “female.” The folks who think that the very fact that they inverted their dicks is feminist and *we* female born people should applaud them and suck their dick about it. Well I was born a woman and since the announcement that yet another black female entered the world I have been oppressed as such. So when my feminism means ending male supremacism and oppression and centering FEMALE born people, it should not be attacked because I won’t lay down so male born people can play the oppression olympics.

      I also wouldn’t have a problem if said male born trannys wouldn’t make it seem as if their chosen lot was worse than born females. Yeah great you doods are rejecting patriarchal masculinity, but in doing so you’re helping seal MY oppression by attempting to enforce patriarchal femininity. So I have a problem with all of it and all of them until proven otherwise. When they stop tryina leave comments at DCMYS asserting that something is wrong with me for not publishing their misogynist “bitch please” style comments, I will stop taking issue with the lot of em. But all I ever hear is a bunch of male supremacist whining and crying about how female born people oppress them. (You know us and our army with all the power we have.)

      When they try to support born women instead of the hostile take over shit they currently try, when they are our allies in all truth, then I will stop taking issue with them.

  4. April 7, 2010 11:47 pm

    And here is the other thing, stop co-opting our struggle and the language we use to address it. “Trans-misogyny!” Tha fuck? Calling everything that isn’t worship “transphobia” I am not afraid of trannies, I am tired of them and their ilk spewing all manner of misogynist filth unchecked by their allies and female sellouts.

    (Wow, Soulsis, tell us how you really feel.)

  5. joankelly6000 permalink
    April 8, 2010 12:29 am

    The thing is, too, that there is an erasure of what female born people are literally *born into* without exception, when any male born person say that they are “rejecting the gender binary” by not going in for femininity as a trans woman.

    Female born people cannot retroactively opt out of being born at the bottom of male supremacy, whether we or anyone else wears makeup or not. The fact that a trans woman would further expect gratitude (!) from female born people for “rejecting the gender binary” themselves is super fucking misogynist.

    Your ability to choose not to wear make up and dresses as a trans woman does absolutely nothing to affect the conditions into which females are born. Your blindness to the fact that *you* can choose to opt out of something that we could not opt out of ourselves is a slap in the fucking face.

    • April 8, 2010 1:46 pm

      Yes! What she said.

      The fact of the matter is that tranny males still have male privilege and they exercise it as they so please. Remember that Misha Dark character threatening Margie with rape? And Voz saying all born women should be raped? Talk about maleness and male privilege…

      Yeah I’ll pass on having even the slightest hint of sympathy for them.

    • April 8, 2010 3:41 pm

      LOL! You went into spam. You mentioned names that we have male-listed.

    • April 8, 2010 4:23 pm

      Oh lol. Sorry. Damn I’m on the spam list now. 😦

  6. April 8, 2010 5:46 pm

    also because I don’t feel like I was that articulate:

    what I’m saying is, I can never choose to go get my unpoisoned-by-white-male-supremacy mind back, nor can I choose to go back and be born safe from all the things I had a right to be safe from but was not, as a result of being born female. There are things that are done to female people, for being born as female people, that can never be undone, no matter what all *may* be undone, and no matter how happy I or anyone else may be about being able to undo some things.

    Which is not about “oh help poor me I’ve been disfigured by patriarchy and that’s all she wrote!” It’s about respecting – via NOT ERASING – what reality is for female people under male supremacy. It’s about insisting that that reality is not good enough, and that those female people who come into the world after me at least know that SOMEONE knows they deserve better, even if we haven’t succeeded at securing it for them yet. Anyone who would seek to obscure, distort, or deny the legitimacy of such priorities is misogynist. And I owe misogynists not a fucking thing.

    • April 8, 2010 7:23 pm

      Joan, I couldn’t have said it better.

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