Kathy Shaidle Protests Canada’s Proposed Anti-Discrimination Law by Calling Transgender People ‘Insane’

Kathy Shaidle

In an (somewhat old) article for the white nationalist-friendly Taki’s Magazine, Canadian blogger Kathy Shaidle took issue with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposed ban on anti-transgender discrimination. The proposed legislation would “cover both gender identity, or how people define themselves, and gender expression, or how people choose to act, dress or otherwise display their identity.” It would add transgender people to the current list of minority groups against whom it is illegal to “incite hatred.” While I won’t comment on the law itself except to say that I oppose laws that criminalize so-called “hate speech,” I will say that Shaidle’s over-the-top response reads as if she’s trying a little too hard to sound offensive.

The title of her transphobic screed is “Come and Get Me, You Fairies!” — as if transgender people themselves were sending a pitchfork-wielding mob after her — and shows the image of a transgender person from a Berlin pride parade. “When it comes to chicks with dicks, the Libs are determined to dress on the right (that is, left) side of history,” she complained, adding that the Conservatives aren’t much better, having dropped their opposition to marriage equality from their official platform.

She rebuked the Toronto Star for featuring a story about a transgender man who became pregnant so he and his partner could have a child. He could also retain the ability to breastfeed the child despite having had reduction surgery. “If you’ve got a dodgy gag reflex, you’d best skip over the ‘how,'” Shaidle wrote, “although listening to the anchor declare, ‘It’s a wonderful story and I appreciate you coming on and telling us about it,’ is just about as puke-inducing.”

Shaidle claimed that she had been saying “for years” that transgender people are “delusional amputation fetishists” whose suicides only prove that they are “clearly insane.” The bile doesn’t end there, pointing out that she would “compare trannies to kudzu” except that “kudzu turns out to be mostly a rural legend, whereas trannies are a for-real creeping menace, spreading mendacity and extortion across the land and costing taxpayers untold millions.”

Shaidle then wrote that she “hate[s] trannies” and that “other people should hate trannies, too” — an attempt at goading the Canadian government to go after her. “Hate is just a human emotion,” she concluded. “If gays are allowed to tear apart and (ineptly) rebuild 5,000 years of civilization in the name of ‘love,’ why shouldn’t I be allowed to stomp on their sand castles in the name of ‘hate’?”

More proof that we normals are losing this fight? Trannies are rewriting not just the laws of the nation(s) but of politics and other facets of society. You know the old saw about “a dead girl or a live boy”? Well, as Gavin McInnes reported here, the guy behind the North Carolina bathroom bill is a registered sex offender who “fondled a 15-year-old boy when he was 20.” And…Bruce Springsteen and his fellow state-boycotters either haven’t heard or don’t care.

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Instead, Canada’s largest newspaper, and one major private broadcaster, have recently been celebrating this “transgendered dad” (and longtime human toothache) who “breastfeeds.” If you’ve got a dodgy gag reflex, you’d best skip over the “how,” although listening to the anchor declare, “It’s a wonderful story and I appreciate you coming on and telling us about it,” is just about as puke-inducing.

Soon we’ll all be obligated by law to say and think the same thing—or else. I choose door No. 2.

I’ve said for years that transsexuals are delusional amputation fetishists, and way too many are manipulative narcissistic bullies and liars, and often prone to violence.

That if they really do commit suicide in epidemic numbers, that’s because, well, they’re clearly insane.

Trannies were cute and funny when they were in movies once in a while—hell, I actually watch The Prancing Elites sometimes, because (I dare you) it’s kind of hard not to—but now they’re everywhere, and I’m sick of them.

I’d compare trannies to kudzu, but kudzu turns out to be mostly a rural legend, whereas trannies are a for-real creeping menace, spreading mendacity and extortion across the land and costing taxpayers untold millions.

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In order to ostensibly protect “transgender and other gender-diverse” individuals, the new Canadian law criminalizes “hate propaganda and hate crimes.” So how’s this?

I hate trannies. I think other people should hate trannies, too.

Does that work?

Hate is just a human emotion. If gays are allowed to tear apart and (ineptly) rebuild 5,000 years of civilization in the name of “love,” why shouldn’t I be allowed to stomp on their sand castles in the name of “hate”?

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I dare the police to arrest me first the day this law is passed. If they don’t do so spontaneously, then I challenge some chippy little tranny to press charges.

I can’t possibly plead “not guilty.” I won’t even insist that I was “just citing statistics” or “performing a thought experiment” or “being satirical.” Those are all typical (and irregularly effective) defenses in situations like this one. They also don’t apply here.

I have no defense. I don’t even want one.

Come and get me, you fairies.

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