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Don’t Like The Conversation? Change the Subject!

December 8, 2010

People change the subject when they don’t like what you are talking about. It is a very common white middle class value. The thing about people who have convictions and principles is, they don’t appreciate the deceptive act of changing the subject, because they have experienced what happens to their trajectory once the subject has been successfully changed.

People who support misogynistic and delusional males enjoy changing the subject. They like to distract others from the reality that these men are mentally ill. Take for example Daisy Deadhead’s attempt to shame us into feeling bad about calling trannies freaks. Her first reaction was to change the subject. She asked us, rather sanctimoniously, if we call people with catheters and colostomy bags freaks. Well we don’t. Why would we? People who have catheters and colostomy bags have them because of a medical need.

Since we are using the above examples, —methods of expelling unwanted waste from a human body, a male who has a functioning penis with the urethra intact can urinate without assistance. Thus, he has no medical reason what so ever to have his penis removed.

Desiring to be seen as a woman by society does not require any medical intervention similar to the placement of a catheter and/or colostomy bag. It simply requires performing in a way that patriarchy expects women to perform. Gender is a performance. Trannies and their supporters, particularly women who desperately need to have their “I prioritize males above females” cards stamped, will say anything to change the subject and divert our attention. These males need non-surgical psychiatric help, nothing more.

Nevertheless, I have already wasted too much time talking about delusional males and their enablers.

7 Comments
  1. December 9, 2010 1:51 am

    I missed Daisy’s comment, but it doesn’t surprise me at all. It’s the same thing trannies always say – that if we have a problem with cut-and-paste dick then we must also have a problem with female people who’ve had vaginal reconstruction after fistula or cancer, or intersex people who’ve had vaginal reconstruction after some doctor butchered them without their consent or to correct in-born problems. What any of that has to do with cut-and-paste beanie weenie is beyond me. It is a complete diversion. And, frankly, it’s an insult to women who’ve suffered vaginal deterioration (and to intersex people) to be compared to tranny males that way. I mean, does anyone actually believe that women who’ve suffered through any of that feel in any way a kinship with males who’ve had their genitalia butchered electively? It’s disgusting to bring those women into a discussion only to inflate the egos of tranny males without thinking at all of what that sort of comparison must make those particular women feel like, as well as what it makes other women feel like, given that any of us could suffer that sort of thing in the future. It really is disgusting. I don’t believe for a second that Daisy really believes that should she have to undergo vaginal reconstruction that her genitals will then be exactly like some tranny’s.

  2. December 9, 2010 8:39 pm

    If men didn’t encroach on feminism, I wouldn’t even bother sounding the alarm. After I have read my above quote again it comes off sort of like I am doing the trannies a service, as in the way an older person tries to warn a younger person about follies that will (without a doubt) have unwanted consequences. I’m not interested in helping men so that part of my alarm sounding bothers me. However, I am not evil (regardless of what anyone says or thinks) so I won’t lose any sleep if my words do help some man somewhere. Nevertheless, if men just went off on their own and did their mutilation on their own and lived own their own the topic would be moot, but they don’t. Instead, they spend every waking hour trying to solicit support at the expense of women getting what we need.

  3. December 10, 2010 12:35 am

    “…at the expense of women getting what we need.”

    And the grotesque absurdity of naming such surgical mutilation “medically necessary” (as if equal to cancer treatment) is duly noted. Only the most sociopathic individual would divert resources from people who are actually suffering in order to indulge their fetish needs.

    • December 13, 2010 6:42 am

      “And the grotesque absurdity of naming such surgical mutilation “medically necessary” (as if equal to cancer treatment) is duly noted. Only the most sociopathic individual would divert resources from people who are actually suffering in order to indulge their fetish needs.”

      This is fantastic!

  4. December 10, 2010 12:36 am

    This is my new wordpress ID for my new blog btw- was FAB4Life which I just started using spur of the moment and did not like. 🙂

  5. December 10, 2010 2:22 am

    I haven’t figured that out yet lol. I can’t even change my font size which has me kind of frustrated- oy vey. I did figure out links pictures and videos tho.

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