Last Friday, gender-critical lesbian blogger Gallus Mag got locked out of her WordPress blog (at the time of writing, Monday, this is still the case).
It seems that the ‘offending’ post was this one, writing about how Twitter employee Dana McCallum has been charged with three counts of rape. The post written by Gallus Mag contains only the same information as the number of news articles about the case – that McCallum has been charged with rape – this is factual, not conjecture nor libel.
In continuing her report, Gallus Mag also posted some of McCallum’s tweets (you know, written by himself) particularly one on how women (aka “Ladies”) should avoid rape. No one put a gun to McCallum’s head and to make him tweet a ‘rape joke’, nor force the 1,500+ retweets of the aforementioned ‘joke’. Hah hah hah, really NOT laughing.
Nothing in Gallus Mag’s post was different to any of the other newspaper articles (some news/blog articles even went further). They are all still published – does the tranz lobby think it can now shut down any and all reporting everytime an M2T gets arrested or charged with a crime? Why do they consider themselves above the law, that the ‘rules’ are somehow different for tranz? And tranz supporters should be asking themselves, if M2Ts are the mostest oppressedest group on the planet, how come they can wield so much power and influence, particularly on the web?
It is no coincidence that tranzjacktivists come from two main pools – ex-military and IT, with a significant third of prostitution.
Dana McCallum is a high ranking Twitter programmer – yes, yet another high-profile M2T in IT. The assumption is that McCallum would have other M2T buddies in IT, and has used this network in order to silence a gender-critical blogger. McCallum gets to make rape ‘jokes’ on the platform of his employer, but anyone reporting that fact are the ones to get silenced? That makes no sense, other than ‘jokes’ about VAW are deemed ok, but criticism of the ‘joke’ is not ok.
WordPress should reinstate GenderTrender immediately. This suspension has been totally unjust and unfair, and very anti-female. Does WordPress really want to join the list of companies hostile to females?