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Jan 16·edited Jan 16Liked by Eva Kurilova

I have been shocked to find that it is conventional wisdom in liberal circles that J. K. Rowling is a TERF.

But what do you expect from a population that have uncritically accepted every talking point that every trans activist has ever injected into their infosphere? Trans suicide!! Trans genocide!!! Ack!!!

The social media posts you cite are proof that people who consider themselves liberals and even progressives can be as prone to closed-mindedness, bigotry and the propensity to respond to ideas they find disagreeable with violence as any MAGA deplorable. It's a human thing, sadly.

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Jan 16Liked by Eva Kurilova

Reading that essay was totally the moment that peaked me. Then seeing the vile reactions to it peaked me some more.

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Thank you so much for this! It's a great reminder of the hatred and rape and death threats that women get who say no to this female-hating cult. I wish this would reach dear friends who still are afraid to think. Whenever I try to share such information with one friend, she looks down and is embarrassed and changes the subject. (She came out very late in life and is very privileged, and has no idea what our Lesbian community used to have and what we've lost. She's called me a "bigot" over this.)

I so much want everyone to see how this cult is, from the grotesque and hideous men's photos on "Lesbian" dating sites, where they whine about why Lesbians don't accept them as women, to those who are proudly "progressive" and who join in harassing any woman who says no to these men.

Where I live, at least 3 men claiming to be women have murdered women, but since the media calls them "women," we have no idea how many more there are. Meanwhile, the recent media awards on TV show women who should know better, genuflecting as they name "trans" as those most oppressed and needing support. No mention of Lesbians of course, who are most likely assaulted and murdered by these men. Do they even know?

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Jan 16Liked by Eva Kurilova

It was indeed being flabbergasted at the vitriol against JK Rowling that lead me to read her essay, which lead me into the gender-critical world that I now inhabit. Thank you Eva for being one of the sane Canadian voices that I've come to rely on.

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Jan 16Liked by Eva Kurilova

JKR is my hero!

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Another banger. Thanks Eva ;)

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