DEVELOPING: Labour MP Tweets Gender Heresy, Enrages Transcult

Account now locked as the predictable firestorm ensues

Rosie Duffield, Member of Parliament for Canterbury, made the mistake of tweeting gender heresy. After the predictable slew of outraged responses, her Twitter account was locked.

Duffield’s thoughtcrime was to insist that only biological women have a cervix, a factual statement.

Many men who identify as transgender  say they are “triggered” whenever women talk about their own bodies, resulting in words such as “vagina” becoming unmentionable again unless the ownership of such organs is used to replace the word “women” in discussions of female health.

At the time of this writing, Duffield’s tweets remain hidden from users who do not already follow her.

Duffield was elected in 2017, but got demoted to a back-bencher earlier this year when it emerged that she had broken quarantine to meet her romantic partner during the Corona virus lockdown.

Until then, she had been a rising star in the Labour Party after taking the seat from a Tory and delivering a powerful speech about her experience as a victim of domestic violence that reportedly left colleagues in tears.

As seen in the case of JK Rowling, this history will now be used against her. Trans supremacists are already hard at work organizing the usual surge of complaints to the Labour Party.

Their response is sure to be as swift as their response to anti-Semitism has been slow.

This story will be updated as it develops.

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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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