The War on Women


The War Against Women

According to “old school” transwoman Flame Monroe, the cancel culture on women began with Caitlyn Jenner passing as a real woman for 22 minutes, thanks to ESPY (Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly).

In 2015, Glamour magazine awarded Caitlyn Jenner “Woman of the Year” and received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.’ She was a woman for 22 minutes, according to Monroe.

Since then, the war on women as well as the war on men, have officially begun. Interestingly, both trans advocate to “stop erasing women.”

Timeline of the War Against Women

2023, The war turns violent

Violence between transgender and biological women hadn’t happened, at least unintentionally. In 2023, an amateur video captured what can be considered the first violent attack against biological women by transgender women.

In 2021, former US Army Special Forces Alana McLaughlin became the second trans woman in MMA. McLaughlin pulverizes Celine Provost, who is a biological woman.

In 2023, Payton McNabb from Hiwassee Dam High School suffered a concussion and neck injury after a visibly strong trans woman athlete sent the ball into her face.

McNabb urged lawmakers to pass a law banning transgender in women’s sports to protect biological women.

In the same year, Amber McLaughlin (unrelated to Alana) was the first transgender person to be executed for the 2003 first-degree murder of her former girlfriend.

2023, Nike and Tampax

Nike, Jack Daniels, and Budlight Beer partnered with trans-Tiktok influencer Dylan Mulvaney. It led to a backlash and angered mostly men for the “woke agenda.”

Critics of the partnership have accused Nike of promoting “woke misogyny” and belittling women’s experiences.

They argue that Mulvaney’s endorsement as a transgender undermines the experiences and struggles of women, who have historically been underrepresented and marginalized in sports.

In contrast, Dylan Mulvaney was praised by supporters who labeled the unorthodox campaign “progressive.”

2023, Women’s History Month

In 2023, the Biden administration awarded a “Women of Courage Award” to a transgender woman during Women’s History Month.

Also, a transgender state lawmaker, Leigh Finke, was named “Woman of the Year” by USA Today in the same year.

2023, Transgender Ballet Dancers

Sophie Rebecca started at age 35, before dancing, as a rally car driver and technician. In 2019, she performed at the Ballet Beyond Borders (BBB).

After the show, she received a standing ovation and was honored by the younger ballerinas with flowers.

Ballet’s gender-based movements make it discriminatory according to and glorifying transgenderism in ballet is insane, “Uncompromising standards of the ideal ballerina figure are unachievable for most women…,” according to Abigail Anthony, a former professional ballet dancer.

2023, Aretha Franklin’s “Natural Woman” is offensive

A now-debunked activist group in Norway, ‘Trans Cultural Mindfulness Alliance,’ called for Aretha Franklin’s 1968 hit song “A Natural Woman” to be removed from both streaming media companies because it’s offensive.

The song has helped inspire acts of harm against transgender women,” they said and asked Apple Music and Spotify to remove the song from their list.

After facing backlash, the group backtracked and claimed their original post was “satirical.” They also updated their Twitter bio to now say “PARODY/SATIRE,” according to NY Post.

2022, Trans athlete Lia Thomas won in women’s NCAA

Lia Thomas, a transgender woman assigned male at birth, was the first transgender athlete to win an NCAA national championship.

Thomas achieved this feat by winning the Division III national championship in Pennsylvania and was recognized by ESPN during Women’s History Month.

In response, Concerned Women for America filed a Title IX complaint against the University, arguing that allowing Thomas to compete on the women’s team violated Title IX regulations.

Riley Gaines

In 2023, college swimmer Riley Gaines sued Lia Thomas and spoke out against transgenders who are taking away achievements reserved for “real women.”

Riley Gaines was invited to share her experience at San Francisco State University regarding sharing a locker room with Lia Thomas.

Gaines faced threats, barricades, and being held for ransom by LGBTQIA advocates and protesters. She criticized the police for not ensuring her safety and their apparent reluctance to be seen as anything other than allies to the LGBTQIA community.

Riley Gaines was attacked by violent LGBTQ trans supporters at San Francisco State after her speech about women’s protection in sports.

2021, Gender Pronouns

In January 2021, shortly after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, the White House website underwent significant changes to its content. One of the changes included the introduction of gender-neutral pronouns, such as “they/them,” on the website.

Left liberals saw it as a significant step towards inclusivity and recognizing the existence of non-binary people.

Several weeks later, the Gender Equality Act was introduced in Congress. The act seeks to amend various federal laws to include explicit protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Seattle Public Schools, Los Angeles Unified School District, the New York City Department of Education, the Glenbard District in Illinois, and Chicago Public Schools, among others, began introducing gender pronouns in their classrooms.

Teachers were encouraged to use gender-neutral language and to ask students for their preferred pronouns, and students were given the option to choose the pronouns they felt most comfortable with.
Matt Walsh vs. Addison Rose Vincent debate transgender rights.

The Language Project

Before gender pronouns, neofeminists have called to reject gender-specific language, such as “motherhood” and “breastfeeding.” Many see it as an attack on women.

In 2023, the Language Project, headed by mostly “progressive women,” advocated replacing the terms male and female sexes. Instead, it should be referred to as “sperm-producing” and “egg-producing, to avoid reinforcing “heteronormative views.” [Times of London]

2021, Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard

The first openly transgender woman to compete in women’s sports at the Olympics was New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard. In 2021, Hubbard participated in the women’s +87 kg category at the Tokyo Olympics.

However, trans women in sports began in public schools and smaller women’s events.

Left-liberals hailed it as progressive despite a clear unfair advantage of a biological male over her female competitors.

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