Is it okay to call biological men who “self-identify” as “females” things like “gender confused” or “gender dysphoric?” How about people who decided to become “trans” and later reverted back to their original biological gender – should they even be acknowledged as existing? Not according to the Trans Journalists Association (TJA), which recently released a new style guide that pushes journalists to stop publishing “offensive” content that mentally ill transgenders say is “transphobic.”
According to the TJA, phrases like “biological gender” and “opposite sex” need to go because they supposedly exclude transgenders from the equation. Referring to one’s “biological sex” is also off-limits because transgenders want the world to think of them as actually being the opposite sex, even though their biological identities prove otherwise.
It is no longer permissible to write “man” or “woman,” either, because many transgenders do not consider such words to be “inclusive.” And instead of differentiating between “biological males” “trans males,” or “biological females” and “trans females,” the LGBTQ mafia instead wants journalists to write things like “people with ovaries” and “people with prostates.”
“The media bears a great responsibility when it comes to ensuring accurate and sensitive coverage of trans communities,” the new style guide states, adding that professional journalists have a responsibility “to begin to improve trans coverage” by using words that transgenders find acceptable.
“When you write the word women, are you including trans women?” the guide further asks. “Does it apply to non-binary people and trans men? Most reporting about health according to gender overlooks trans people and incorrectly equates anatomy to gender.”
Try as they might to redefine human biology, the trans cult is wrong in suggesting that “people with ovaries” can be anything other than women. The same goes for “people with prostates,” who are always men. If you are born a woman, then you have female reproductive organs. And if you are born a man, then you have male reproductive organs.
Sorry, LGBTQs, but that is an undeniable fact, no matter how much you try to bully the writing community into kowtowing to your delusions. There are only two genders: male and female. And there is no such thing as a transgender, which is just a mentally ill person with gender dysphoria who refuses to accept biological reality.
These statements alone are enough to get us banned from every major social media platform and search engine, but they represent the truth that the trans cult is unwilling to accept. In other words, this publication will not now, nor ever, take this new style guide seriously.
Even so, its purpose is to sway the more left-leaning publications into shifting the way they write about such issues to be more “inclusive” of the mentally deranged. If the TJA gets its way, there will be no more gender differentiation in news coverage period, and only vague references to things like “front hole,” a crass LGBTQ alternative to the word vagina.
The TJA is even taking aim at feminists who are tired of having the female gender coopted by mentally ill transgenders. Instead of referring to these feminists as “trans exclusionary radical feminists,” or TERFs, the TJA would rather see journalists refer to them as “transphobic” or “anti-trans” to reflect their supposedly “hateful” stance on this issue.
“‘Detransition’ narratives often feature people who thought they were trans or experiencing gender dysphoria and later figured out they weren’t without medical treatment,” the guide goes on to say about trans people who decided to become non-trans later on down the road.
“These stories should not be used to question established medical standards that give trans people bodily autonomy, which are laid out by the internationally recognized World Professional Association for Transgender Health.”
More related news about the trans cult is available at Gender.news.
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