All The Great Women in History Were Men | Investigation
Forgive me for being so blunt here, but it's bleeding obvious isn't it?!
All the great women were…
The Celtic Queen
The conquerer of The Romans. The battle queen theyself. Boudicca, (Boadicea) obviously a bloke. A blokes, bloke. Word has it she was really Phil from Penrith, but that contentious fact is still disputed by several historians at The London School of Post-Modernist Marxist Revisionism.
Joan of Arc “The Maid of Orléans” is another obvious one, or should I say John of Arc. A clear case of Far-Right Terfdom. Napoleon once called Joan a warrior and she once made a journey through hostile Burgundian territory disguised as a male soldier, a fact that would later lead to charges of “cross-dressing” against him.
I rest my case.
The Iron Ladybloke
The one many scholars argue over is Margaret Thatcher. A bridge too far for any self-respecting, left-leaning victim of conversion therapy and the patriarchy. Man or woman, Maggie definitely had larger balls than any present day occupant of the house of commons. A proper leader who often had her openly male counterparts running for the waxing parlour. We won't see his or her like again.
Some accuse the trans lobby of trying to erase women completely, but is this true? The argument goes something like… ‘men declaring themselves to be women only empowers women even more'… What a joke!
The war on women is real and not all that funny.
The assault is not only relentless.
It is actually biologically insane.
“It is the inalienable right of every man… or woman… to have babies”Monty Python | The Life of Brian
Also a fact:
It is impossible to change biological sex.
No, not anyone can be a woman
Not only is the erasure of the word ‘Woman' the biggest attack on women in modern history, it is an attack on both sexes. If you demean one, you demean the other.
…and let's be honest here, the type of men that want to access women's spaces are precisely the types of men the law should do everything to keep out of those actual spaces.
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