Twitter Suspends Woman For Saying True Thing About Female Anatomy

Twitter’s support team seems to think a man can have a cervix

Today in “women are not really being erased,” we have a lovely example of just how batshit insane gender woo has become in its mad grab for power on social media platforms. Apparently, women are no longer allowed to discuss their own bodies in Jack Dorsey’s world:

What could possibly make this tweet an act of hate? Quite simply, the person who received it, hated it, and for Twitter that seems to be enough.

What did they hate about it? That it was true, of course. Only women are born with a cervix that can get cancer. Just as only men are born with a prostate that can get cancer.

“But what about people who don’t identify with the sex they were assigned at birth?” Cry the gender gendarmes, because real love requires that we stop having clear communication with someone about their own body.

See, if that stunning, brave woman before you falls down clutching “her” chest and short of breath, you are supposed to tell 911 that a stunning brave woman is having the heart attack, not a man.┬áThat way, the paramedics and ER doctors can inject them with the wrong drugs or dosages while trying to save their lives.

Similarly, if a stunning, brave man shows up at the hospital in labor, the staff will be too busy learning new bespoke pronouns to treat them like a female in labor, greatly increasing the chances of a dead baby. But the stunning brave man will feel validated, and isn’t that the most important thing we can do?

We must all do this to make transgender people more comfortable. Hooray gender equality!

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Former progressive activist declared heretic by his former movement for refusing to believe that "woman" is a costume or a feeling and recognizing male pattern behavior as male even when it wears lipstick and high heels. Just because you hate something I say does not make it hate speech.
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