Canada’s state broadcaster wants you to believe that the Ecole Polytechnique mass murderer was motivated to murder fourteen women, and injure ten more, due to his hatred of people—of both sexes—who conform to feminine sex stereotypes.
The patriarchal women who make up the PEI Advisory Committee on the Status of Women took the remarkable decision to platform a gender nonconforming biological male male who uses female pronouns, Anastasia Preston, to speak at a Montreal Massacre memorial service.
The Committee has abandoned a fact-based understanding of male violence against women, preferring the obfuscatory term "victims of violence," and adopting the transgender rainbow flag to signal their allegiance to sex denialism.
On a social media account, Preston advocated for gun violence against women who don’t submit to a violent, patriarchal, sexist belief system. Preston advocates terrorism against the female sex—the very actions taken by a gunman on December 6, 1989.
On that day, the gunman walked into the Ecole Polytechnique and stole the lives of 14 women. His stated mission was to fight feminism, and he exclusively targeted women.
Preston, who has previously campaigned to remove sex markers from voting ballots thus corrupting accurate data collection, called the appointment a "huge honour for myself" and bewailed the fact that gender nonconforming biological males who use female pronouns have been "kept out of the conversation around gender-based violence."
This is untrue: biological males who do undergo transition follow the same statistical male patterns of violence as men who do not transition. Further, gender nonconforming biological males who use female pronouns show elevated rates of sexual offending, when compared with biological males who do not publicly engage in those activities.
Either way, it is vital for the protection of women and children that society acknowledges the fact that undergoing gender transition does not stop a man from posing a risk.
Preston may wail about the "oppression" of men whose lives are dedicated to public sexual fetishism. The reality is that Preston is a member of the same sex class as the Ecole Polytechnique gunman, and seems to share some of his opinions of a woman’s place in the world. Putting on lipstick does nothing to change that.
The gunman who killed 14 women justified murder by saying that he was "fighting feminism." Before shooting all of the women in a mechanical engineering class, the gunman told the male students to leave the room. He then said "I am fighting feminism" and "You're women, you're going to be engineers. You're all a bunch of feminists. I hate feminists" before opening fire. The gunman then committed suicide after ending fourteen women's lives, and injuring ten more.
The platforming of a biological male, to centre the concerns of gender nonconforming biological males who use female pronouns in a memorial for women were shot to death for the crime of being female, rather begs the question—does the Committee believe that the gunman would have let those poor women leave with the men, if they claimed they identified as men?
In the words of another notorious Canadian gender nonconforming biological males who use female pronouns, Morgane Oger—who is as much the shame of the nation as Preston—men don’t stop being men when they start imitating women in public.
Detransitioner Sinead Watson said the words that many women were feeling, in response to the news.
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