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Dec 27 2019

Debbie Hayton, Transphobic Transsexual

These days, anyone who says something true can be denounced for hate speech — even a politically privileged transsexual.

From the remnants of once-great Britain:

Debbie Hayton, a physics teacher in the Midlands, lives as a transgender women [sic] after changing her [sic] gender from male to female in 2012. But unlike many people in the trans-community, she [sic] does not believe her [sic] sex can be changed and is vocal about the fact that she [sic] will always biologically remain a man.

Hayton believes this because it is indisputably factually true. Every cell in his body has male chromosomes, no matter how messed up he might be psychosexually, and no matter what fraudulent pronouns the media uses to refer to him.

She [sic] is now potentially facing expulsion from the LGBT committee of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) for wearing a top adorned with the slogan: “Trans women are men. Get over it!”

A shirt reading “2 + 2 = 4. Get over it!” might produce the same outraged reaction.

If the TUC rules against Ms [sic] Hayton, who has sat on the committee for five years, it would mean that even transgender people face being accused of transphobia for saying that they do not believe an individual can alter the sex they were assigned at birth.

If acknowledging reality is a thought crime for normal people, it should also be a thought crime for guys who undergo sexual mutilation and hormone deformation and then flounce around in women’s clothes, right?

Twelve members of the LGBT committee confirm that Mr Hayton has “gone beyond discourse, and the expression of alternative viewpoints, and is now propagating hate speech against the trans community” by wearing the shirt.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair. Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.



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