I ceased in the year 1764 to believe that one can convince one’s opponents with arguments printed in books. It is not to do that, therefore, that I have taken up my pen, but merely so as to annoy them, and to bestow strength and courage on those on our own side, and to make it known to the others that they have not convinced us.
Various people have remarked to me on the futility of arguing with those who believe in the gender religion, and these skeptics question the utility of engaging this topic at all. For me, the point is found in the above quote, provided by a friend of mine who put some thought into the difficulty of explaining the situation.
It is indeed precisely this; to maintain a countervailing voice and shatter the appearance of unity among the transworld that I write. It is for truth and the very concept of dissent that we dissenters must continue to strive against the consensus forged without our consent.
It is to let the silent observers of the trans-world know that not everyone has been fooled, and not everyone has been co-opted by the religious dogma of the trans-preachers. And it is to give heart to those who despair that their voices will never be heard above the calumny created by the deceivers, both trans- and the so-called professional sexologists who prey on them. And it is to let the unrepresented masses know that they are not alone, and that some stand with them against the tyranny of the few.
That is why I write.
I am not:
I am not anti-gay, anti-lesbian, anti-crossdresser, anti-genderqueer, or anti-free expression.
I am not “right wing”, “conservative”, religious, or bigoted.
I am not “left wing”, “liberal”, anti-God, or “politically correct”.
I am not interested in the phony politics of the last 30 years, nor the labels people use to dress it up.
I am in favor of:
I am in favor of equal rights for all.
I am in favor of individual freedom.
Who I am:
I am a woman trying to put an end to nearly 20 years of abuse by the transgender construct against people born differently. This begins with ending the legacy of people like John Money, who successfully shifted the paradigm from biology and science to social theories of “gender” and “gender identity”. It also includes opposing those who subscribe to “gender theory” and practice it by pushing onto those who don’t want it, and those who promote this lunacy in media.
My most emphatic wish is to prevent this vile poison from harming people who, like me, were simply born different.