Exposing trangendered hate speech against radical feminists

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More Hate Speech aimed at Roseanne

The comment below was made on a tumblr blog and is aimed at Roseanne Barr. Roseanne has publically stood up for women only spaces.



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Hate Speech in Comment Box

I don’t normally allow comments. The comment box is there simply for readers to post details of threats and a link, so that I can repost it on the blog. However, I did get 1 comment that I have allowed which is reposted below.

“Here’s an example of Radscum hatespeech: Fuck YOU you offensive bitch!”

Perhaps not that bright to leave a comment that is an example of hate speech, on a blog, set up specifically to document hate speech?

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Roseanne Barr – Victim of Offensive Tweets

Roseanne Barr stood up for women’s only spaces and has faced a barrage of offensive tweets from trans people and their allies. These 3 tweets have been screenshot and posted on the tumblr below.

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Very nasty veiled threat

On one blog posters were discussing a man who had been living as a woman for 3 years, who still had his penis. He was being allowed to use a locker room and communal showers that teenage girls from a swim team usually used at the same time. In reply to a Radical Feminists comment, one transactivist supporter left the following chilling comment.
Ashland Avenue Says:

October 9, 2012 at 8:36 pm

“Rhombus, sweetie, trust me: you don’t want to know what I dream of happening to you. You. just. don’t.”

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Die Cis Scum

This is a phrase that is all over the blogosphere. It appears to have originated in a guest post on a blog and is written by a Trans FtoT who also has a tattoo with these words. The anonymous guest poster is quite clear that the phrase is “not ironic. It’s not cute. It is a threat…Die cis scum. It is hostile. It’s aggression, on my part.”

He then adds “If you are cis, do my tattoo and jacket make you feel uncomfortable? I can only hope so.” And justifies this by pointing out that he is afraid of cis people because of previous attacks.

The comments section is interesting with one commenter who posts a supportive but slightly critical post being told by Asher who writes the blog, but did not write this guest post:

“Furthermore, you’re derailing a conversation about how trans people survive with your “what about the cis peoples??” which is EXACTLY what men do in conversations about women and their survival. Frankly you had no space to talk here in the first place, regardless of how “respectful” (dismissive) your comment was.”

To read this and more follow the link below.

Please let me know of any examples of hate speech by posting a comment – with links so I can verify their accuracy. I won’t however be publishing any comments on this blog