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Twitter Targets Feminist Trans Opponents

The Left is eating its own after Meghan Murpher, founder of the Feminist Current website and podcast and a self-described socialist and radical feminist, was banned by Twitter because she dared to criticize the transgender movement. In 2017 Murphy testified before the Canadian Senate that “the rights of women and girls are being pushed aside to accommodate a [transgender] trend.” Murphy was banned several times by Twitter in the wake of those comments until she removed “hateful” tweets, such as asking “How are transwomen not men? What is the difference between men and transwomen?” In other words, she dared to question the notion of transgender dogma. Now most recently she is locked out of Twitter for arguing the obvious-“men aren’t women”-which got more than 20,000 likes before her handle was shut down. We’re having difficulty with our schadenfreude this week.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

Meghan Murphy, founder of the Feminist Current website and podcast, has been suspended from Twitter.

Murphy, a self-described socialist and radical feminist, has been an outspoken critic of the transgender activist movement, claiming that it has an outsized sociopolitical influence, especially in her native Canada.

In 2017, Murphy testified before the Canadian Senate against the C-16 pronoun legislation, stating in part that “the rights of women and girls are being pushed aside to accommodate a trend,” and that “treating gender as though it is either internal or a personal choice is dangerous and completely misunderstands how and why women are oppressed under patriarchy as a class of people.”

In August, Murphy’s Twitter account was locked after she sent out several tweets criticizing Lisa Kreut, a transgender individual who allegedly “targeted Feminist Current’s ad revenue and led efforts to have Vancouver Rape Relief blacklisted at the 2016 BCFED Convention.”

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