Thursday, April 17, 2014

automattic and wordpress are still censoring lesbian blogger for correctly identifying accused rapist

Hard to believe but it's been just under a week since GallusMag made the stunning announcement she was locked out of her own blog because she dared to write about a trans woman charged with rape.

What say Automattic, Wordpress' parent company? Nothing; Many of GallusMag's allies and followers have contacted Wordpress support thru social media but they've received no reply.

What say the popular gay bloggers? Nothing, of course. There could be many reasons for this, including but not limited to gay men having harboring a grudge against lesbians for getting NAMBLA banned from participating in gay parades, which I agree with by the way.

Why is that? Because NAMBLA was a small group of gay and straight men with narrowminded views and those views ultimately proved dangerous to our democracy.


Or maybe it's just that some gay men love putting their penis in unwanted places.

And that's certainly true of the homophobic transgender movement, a bunch of sometimes self loathing gay men who claim to be psychologically female and whom are now imposing a dogma against lesbians, especially those who advocate for women's rights.

Would it kill these popular gay (and lesbian) bloggers join the call in holding Automattic and Wordpress accountable? No it won't.  Some had no problem doing so last week when Peter LaBarbera was being detained in Canada so I don't see what the problem is now.

[Yes I do.]

Meanwhile GallusMag awaits her fate, over at FreethoughtBlogs, Zinnia Jones, a trans woman who cant seem to decide whether she's gay, anti-gay, ex-gay, straight, or bi trans, started a "no platform" petition against other trans women who like men, proving once again, that hypocrisy knows no bounds.

http://freethoughtblogs.com/zinniajones/2014/04/open-letter-100-trans-women-stand-against-calpernia-addams-and-andrea-james/

And as for GallusMag? I've not heard from her at all, which is again, not surprising. After all, she is part of a special interest group, and is so often the case, they all tend to be centrally and intensely focused on only the things that matter to them. Since I'm not necessarily pro feminist, just a blogger supporting another blogger, I'm right back to where I started.

And it's only Thursday.

Update: Go figure, I received a response from GallusMag, and unfortunately her situation has not changed at all.  What angers me more is the reaction by the so called popular gay bloggers, many of whom just don't seem to care a blogging provider is censoring an LGBT activist.  

Now oddly some of these people are the same ones whom demand their readers jump thru hoops when they're having problems with their blogging providers.  Now that we have a bonafide case of censorship, they all couldn't be bothered. 

‘X-Men’ director Bryan Singer accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old boy in 1999

Here goes a story you won't see on any of the popular gay blogs, mostly because it goes against the narrative gay people have morals.

(And if you do see any of the popular gay bloggers printing or publishing this story, it's only because they want to distance themselves from that other narrative gays have no morals.)

Bryan Singer, director of The Usual Suspects and the upcoming film X-Men: Days of Future Past,has been accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy after allegedly plying him with drugs and alcohol on several occasions in 1998 and 1999.

Read more: http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/04/17/x-men-director-bryan-singer-accused-of-sexually-assaulted-17-year-old-boy-in-1999/#.U0_dkAKkpqM.google_plusone_share

Cue the "it's the publicity stunt" meme:

“The claims made against Bryan Singer are completely without merit,” Singer’s attorney, Marty Singer, told The Hollywood Reporter. “We are very confident that Bryan will be vindicated in this absurd and defamatory lawsuit. It is obvious that this case was filed in an attempt to get publicity at the time when Bryan’ s new movie is about to open in a few weeks.”

Yeah, except that Mr. Singer has made a number of other film's that were box office hits and this "victim," Michael F. Egan III, 31, and that's assuming he's telling the truth, never said anything, until now.

Now is it possible this so called victim could be lying? Sure! Of course! It's happened before.  Manufacturing sex abuse is one the biggest, easiest lies ever told and for some in the gay community it provides a ripe opportunity for a quick, large payoff.  

There's a word for that, in fact: It's called blackmail.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

my brieft thoughts on porno pete's arrest in canada.

After being refused entry to Canada last week by border officials and successfully appealing and gaining entry, Peter LaBarbera has reportedly been arrested in Regina and charged with mischief after refusing to leave the University of Regina campus, where he was allegedly distributing anti-gay literature.

Unfortunately, I've not much to say about this except for the fact he shouldn't have been allowed into Canada in the first place.  But you see right here is where I am already on the outs with everyone else in the LGBT activist sphere because all the popular gay bloggers and activists were actually supporting LaBarbera and his right to free speech.

They now what to call this a publicity stunt? Really?

The real stunt is not LaBarbera but it's the gay activists and bloggers who think they're all doing us a favor by pretending they care.


Monday, April 14, 2014

Gatekeepers of Politically Correct Trannyness are fucking out of control

There is an injustice taking place against LGBT's, and its culprits are a special interest group of self loathing gay men who think they're psychologically female.  It seems they've made it their number one mission to vilify anyone who either may be gender critical or strays from what some consider to be acceptable dialogue and terminology about transgender people.

And it's gotten out of control.

Yesterday I had a blogger shut down what I was hoped was a conversation about having San Francisco Pride select the traitor formerly known as Bradley Manning as their grand marshall. Criticizing Manning is now off limits, and something only anti-LGBT bigots are allowed to do.

Today came word that the Logo Network has pulled an episode of RuPaul's Drag Race because of complaints of terms some activists claimed were transphobic or disrespectful to transgender people.

These same people have also waged war against Andrea James and Calpernia Addams.  One of them, Zinnia Jones, is calling on The Huffington Post, Boing Boing and other outlets to place them on a blacklist.

http://freethoughtblogs.com/zinniajones/2014/04/open-letter-100-trans-women-stand-against-calpernia-addams-and-andrea-james/

There's a certain irony in having a blogger call for someone to be silenced on a blogging network where supposedly free speech reigns supreme.

Regarding GallusMag, the gender critical blogger who had her blogging privileges suspended for writing about a trans woman who was arrested and charged with multiple counts of rape, word is her blog, gendertrender.wordpress.com may be soon be deleted for violating their terms of service, but it seems Automattic, Wordpress' parent company, hasn't informed her what that is.

By the way, for those wondering about the title, it came from remarks Brett Easton Ellis made regarding his own issues with Gay Inc and the gay pc police, the fringe group of activists and bloggers who want everyone to adopt their beliefs and act they way they think you should, or else.

Does Automatic/Wordpress believe in free speech? If you're a lesbian feminist blogger, then no.

If you're an LGBT blogger using the Wordpress platform, be forewarned: Say  or write anything that hints of transphobia and they will censor or freeze your [Wordpress] blog, with no explanation other than perhaps some vague stupid warning that pops on your dashboard.

This is what happened to Gallus Mag on Friday after she wrote about a Twitter employee and gay and trans rights advocate, Dana McCallum who was arrested in January on rape charges and pulished some of Ms. McCallum's many tweets, including some where she mocked rape.

"Gallus Mag" is a blogger who addresses lesbian and feminist issues. Her website or blog is gendertrender.wordpress.com.

News of McCallum's arrest has been published on dozens of other websites, including the San Francisco Examiner, and there's been no attempt, that I know of, by anyone to have those news and blog articles pulled.  Yet somehow it's a gender critical blogger who is being silenced.

This is not only a violation of free speech, but also anti-gay.



For what it's worth, I join with others in demanding Automatic, parent company of Wordpress in reinstating GenderTrender immediately.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

San Francisco Pride names Chelsea Manning 'Honorary Grand Marshal' again. wrong move, again.

San Francisco Pride announced that the Wikileaks soldier formely known as Bradley Manning will be Honorary Grand Marshal of this year’s parade, after similar plans were scuttled last year.

Not surprisingly there are activists, such as +Thomas Waters , 
who are cheering the news, as if there is something to be proud of in having someone with mental health issues commit treason.

It's not.

If this decision has anything to do with Manning being transgender, then we've just been witnessed to one of colossal errors of judgement committed by LGBT activists.

But why pick Manning and not, for example, Floyd Corkins?

If there's anyone who deserves this honor that would be Floyd.  Here is a true activist, someone who decided, unlike the keyboard activists who spend their online day fretting over sticks and stones, he actually decided to do something about these organizations who profit in hate.  

But let's be honest; that decision was a wrong one.  But so was Manning's decision to leak classified secrets to Wikileaks. Why is one crime being honored while another is not?

Unfortunately, neither Mr. Waters nor anyone else for that matter wants to have this discussion.  Mr. Waters, to his credit, decided to shut down discussion, proving once again, it's always about protecting the one percent; One day it's the gay oligarchs and their right to commit corporate crimes, and the next day it's the right of special interest groups to commit federal crimes and have what they do celebrated at gay pride parades.

for a blog no one reads...

For a blog no one reads, I sure manage to generate alot of controversy; and yet despite it all, it's amazing how easy it's become for people to write me off the script, for lack of a better phrase, simply because I don't find into anyone's narrative.

Earlier this weekend, I had to make an unfortunate decision and pull my endorsement for a new LGBT community center in the Bronx because as it turns out, it's leadership, which is or was supposed to be devoid of any history or affiliations with people who shagged the The Bronx Community Pride Center into non existence, had somehow managed to sneak these people into the new organization and let them in charge of all the fundraising toward the new organization.

This is a big problem for me. It was a contempt for money which bought down the Bronx Community Pride Center and it's obvious that contempt has already taken hold of The Bronx LGBTQ Center.

Then I learned of Michelle Meow and her interviews with individuals who claim to be victims of overzealous gay rights activists.
What do these two events have in common? In the former, it's about protecting the executives and board members and their right to go from one job in Gay Inc to another Gay Inc job with little or no harm from the damage they cause or created under their watch.

On the latter, it's about protecting these problematic special interest groups forcing their will on the majority.


So far I've not received responses from any of the people I mentioned in my last post. Am I expecting to? Not necessarily. If there's anything I've learned it's that you have activists, those who take action in support or opposition to a cause, and then you have activists who exploit those causes for fame and profit.

And I've also learned that they're can only be one kind of advocacy, and it is for the one percent.

And since I'm not part of the one percent, and I don't care for any these gay social groups and cliques...well; there you have it.