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#fuckcispeople offensive?

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just read a post from a blogger i follow. it definitely bears reading if you are a parent, partner or supporter of trans-rights and an end to the domination of society by those who make no room for those who are ‘other than’.

then i went to twitter to read the #fuckcispeople hashtag timeline. and left a tweet of my own.

i refuse to entertain the notion that it is wrong to have this hashtag, wrong for people to weigh in on an issue that is divisive. it is this very divisiveness that evidences the root cause of the evil wrought by a cis-normative dialogue that allows scant room for discussion.

my daughter is only 10 and because she is transgender, altho she is homeschooled and largely shielded by from the haters in our society, she has already suffered because of the cis-normative mindset that dominates every aspect of the world she will one day be facing alone.

recent court battles have been won that allow for transgender kids to be afforded the dignity of using restrooms in their school which align with their identity. from the uproar this caused you’d have thought that satan himself had birthed these children.

THIS is the evil that an honest and ‘no-holds barred’ dialogue, no matter how provocative the incitement, seeks to address. this demonising of even children who don’t toe the line. this arrogant, bigoted, absolutely horrible belief that it is okay for cis-folk to declare what is right, what is ‘normal’ and what is clearly unacceptable or only marginally allowed.

how fucking dare these medieval minded zealots victimise anyone? where do they get off? who the fuck died and made them god!

the answer to the last question is simple. NO ONE HAD TO! no one had to die and make them god because the whole of society has declared their opinion to be the majority, their reality to be the only true one, their judgments to be justified.

my daughter is so very negatively impacted by her body having ‘boy parts’ that she can’t bathe without copious bubbles in the tub, can’t bear to see the parts that make her ‘not a real girl’ to the point that she has to have me ‘dab’ the penis after she urinates, because she can’t bear to see much less touch that ‘member’. and yet the folk up in arms over whether or not children have the right to use the gender identified appropriate bathroom would have the world believe that little boys will be ‘flashing’ their stuff to ‘honest-to-god’ little girls in school restrooms.

so #fuckcispeople for projecting their own perverted and wicked inner demons on our beautiful and innocent children!

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6 thoughts on “#fuckcispeople offensive?

  1. I used the “Like” because you said this better than I could.

    • sometimes it’s hard to say “like” about seriously fucked up shit…i really don’t “like” that this conversation even has to take place. and i really “hate” that it is considered ‘controversial or provocative’ to want to do away with the bigotry of cis-normative, cis-dominated oppression.
      thanks for reading and thanks for commenting

      • I completely agree. I wonder how anyone expects to have an equal conversation when one side is seen as anything but equal?
        Someone noted the hashtag was just generalized anger… how could anyone expect different when so many have been pushed to the edges of society and generally ignored because they make the majority uncomfortable?
        Sometimes it takes anger and hopelessness to drive an issue to the surface.

      • some trans-folk tweeted against the hashtag saying things like ‘a whole group within society shouldn’t be targeted’.
        i disagree. i’m cis, altho not into the whole gender binary thing, undoubtedly i am in the right gendered body for my mind. well do i know that cis-privilege benefits me so…fuck me too! i take no offense.
        just as my lily white skin grants me privilege over persons of color…
        when the slogans “all men rape” or “patriarchy kills women” come up they serve the same purpose of instigating a much needed awareness of real problems and subsequent dialogue concerning them.

      • Consider these comments ‘liked’

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