Careercow Ana Valens / Anastasia Catherine Wythe / Phil Wythe / Philip Stephen Wythe / @SpaceDoctorPhD / @acvalens / @ac_valens - MtF transtrender extraordinaire, freelance "journalist" for The Daily Dot, SJW, professional liar and social rouser, CatParty's favorite blogger

TheMonkeyMan

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Phil got quoted in a Rolling Stone article about people being horny for Fivethirtyeight's cartoon fox mascot.

"Of course, this all begs the question: Is the eroticization of Fivey in earnest, or is it simply an ironic outgrowth of our collective election anxieties? The answer, says Ana Valens, a furry and fandom reporter for the website the Daily Dot, is both. “The furry fandom, like the anime fandom, loves to take organizations’ mascots and give them narratives that go way beyond the scope of the original companies’ marketing goals,” she tells Rolling Stone, citing the (NSFW) adultification of the Wendy’s logo as an example. @CritterDome confirms he has genuine affection for Fivey: “I’d say Fivey hits my ‘cute tiny nerd’ buttons pretty well, plus foxes are always furry bait,” he says.


It helps that FiveThirtyEight has long been a prime target for leftists’ mockery in the lead up to the election. Indeed, much of the NSFW Fivey commentary is accompanied by general ridicule of Silver and the website and its prioritization of polling data at the expense of everything else, even after the criticism following its forecast of the 2016 election. But vulgar satire doesn’t fully explain Fivey horniness. “It’s not all irony,” says Valens. “I mean, look at that fox, for Christ sake. He’s adorable. Whoever designed him definitely made a great mascot. But they also did something else: they created a character that innately appeals to anthropomorphic fans into nerdy vulpines.”

 

CrispyGonad

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This is the latest journo wank from the fragrant 'Ana' who accuses 'Terfs' of defacing a statue by <drum roll> .......... covering it in a t-shirt. Not only does he describe these women as Terfs, but they're apparently also 'whorephobes' The dude's fucking insane. He also proclaims that;

"TERFs are notorious for bold attempts to put themselves front and center of events that have nothing to do with them, shouting claims that they’re the true vanguard for radical feminism"

All those actual women thinking they're <checks notes> feminists when we know that the only real feminists are cocks in frocks.

 

AnOminous

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This is the latest journo wank from the fragrant 'Ana' who accuses 'Terfs' of defacing a statue by <drum roll> .......... covering it in a t-shirt. Not only does he describe these women as Terfs, but they're apparently also 'whorephobes' The dude's fucking insane. He also proclaims that;
I seem to remember Mary Wollstonecraft was known for being a public intellectual and a writer, not for walking around goddamn naked.
 

Gizmoduck

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Ana posted some nudes today.
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Hermey The Crawling Chaos

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Phil got quoted in a Rolling Stone article about people being horny for Fivethirtyeight's cartoon fox mascot.

"Of course, this all begs the question: Is the eroticization of Fivey in earnest, or is it simply an ironic outgrowth of our collective election anxieties? The answer, says Ana Valens, a furry and fandom reporter for the website the Daily Dot, is both. “The furry fandom, like the anime fandom, loves to take organizations’ mascots and give them narratives that go way beyond the scope of the original companies’ marketing goals,” she tells Rolling Stone, citing the (NSFW) adultification of the Wendy’s logo as an example. @CritterDome confirms he has genuine affection for Fivey: “I’d say Fivey hits my ‘cute tiny nerd’ buttons pretty well, plus foxes are always furry bait,” he says.


It helps that FiveThirtyEight has long been a prime target for leftists’ mockery in the lead up to the election. Indeed, much of the NSFW Fivey commentary is accompanied by general ridicule of Silver and the website and its prioritization of polling data at the expense of everything else, even after the criticism following its forecast of the 2016 election. But vulgar satire doesn’t fully explain Fivey horniness. “It’s not all irony,” says Valens. “I mean, look at that fox, for Christ sake. He’s adorable. Whoever designed him definitely made a great mascot. But they also did something else: they created a character that innately appeals to anthropomorphic fans into nerdy vulpines.”


Imagine thinking that I had any clue what the name of 538's mascot was or that I'd even need to consider that to point out the faultiness of Nate Pyrite's statistical analysis procedure.
 

TheMonkeyMan

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"When the pandemic is all said and done, I wanna retire to the valley and open up a prostate milking farm. Just me and my girl working the land, milking femboys, shipping our organic Femboy Prostate Milk downstate. It’d be an honest life

The Biden presidency plans to subsidize the prostate milking industry, which should let me and my girl expand the business to trans girl prostate milking. She’s always wanted to give it a try, and I’ve always wanted to contribute!"

 

Stupid Sexy Flanders

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What amazes me with someone like Valens is that obviously he was at some point aiming to be a journalist and I suppose with a goal to be hired as one, yet he thinks it's a good idea to post nudes and other shit publically? No serious employer is going to want to hire him even if he cooled it with the ree-ing about tranny stuff since they have their own brands to think about. It's the true wonder of the coomer brain - all logic and reasoning just goes out the door I guess...
 

Next Task

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What amazes me with someone like Valens is that obviously he was at some point aiming to be a journalist and I suppose with a goal to be hired as one, yet he thinks it's a good idea to post nudes and other shit publically? No serious employer is going to want to hire him even if he cooled it with the ree-ing about tranny stuff since they have their own brands to think about. It's the true wonder of the coomer brain - all logic and reasoning just goes out the door I guess...
Fortunately for him, his type of 'journalism' suits numerous sites that have nothing to do with being a reputable brand. Add in that he might as well have a forehead tattoo which says, 'Telling me NO is transphobic' and you've got someone who really should be unemployable, but is still able to get published.

He really is one of the ultimate coomers, though. Certainly giving Kevin Gibes a run for his money in terms of a life solely devoted to, not even sex, but just degeneracy.
 

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Phil got quoted in a Rolling Stone article about people being horny for Fivethirtyeight's cartoon fox mascot.

"Of course, this all begs the question: Is the eroticization of Fivey in earnest, or is it simply an ironic outgrowth of our collective election anxieties? The answer, says Ana Valens, a furry and fandom reporter for the website the Daily Dot, is both. “The furry fandom, like the anime fandom, loves to take organizations’ mascots and give them narratives that go way beyond the scope of the original companies’ marketing goals,” she tells Rolling Stone, citing the (NSFW) adultification of the Wendy’s logo as an example. @CritterDome confirms he has genuine affection for Fivey: “I’d say Fivey hits my ‘cute tiny nerd’ buttons pretty well, plus foxes are always furry bait,” he says.


It helps that FiveThirtyEight has long been a prime target for leftists’ mockery in the lead up to the election. Indeed, much of the NSFW Fivey commentary is accompanied by general ridicule of Silver and the website and its prioritization of polling data at the expense of everything else, even after the criticism following its forecast of the 2016 election. But vulgar satire doesn’t fully explain Fivey horniness. “It’s not all irony,” says Valens. “I mean, look at that fox, for Christ sake. He’s adorable. Whoever designed him definitely made a great mascot. But they also did something else: they created a character that innately appeals to anthropomorphic fans into nerdy vulpines.”


Why not ask one of the artists? Why ask Ana?

Ana ain't no artist.
 

Chan the Wizard

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Why not ask one of the artists? Why ask Ana?

Ana ain't no artist.
He’s the only one dumb enough to tie his real name to this retarded shit.

He’s like one of those freaks that used to work the talk show market. Whenever some deviant article needs a quote they just reach out to the Amazing He-She for his insight. No different than Lizard Skin Man or Guy with Botched Suicide Face on Sally or Maury.
 

Gaymead

"Just giving this thirsty bird a cup of water."
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I found a compilation of these logs on the 'Tubes, and after hearing what Valens said I can't help but get WhiteKitten Flashbacks because it all just sounds very much like what WhiteKitten writes about in their sordid fictions (minus the Feminist bashing but the "taking that pussy out of commission" part really gets me:thinking:)


Recently, Valens wrote an article (that she linked in a tweet) about how target is transphobic (which I have an archive of here) because they're restocking a book about the rise in women's transgender surgery (I found this in A&N if you want to look more into it):
Ana Valens wrote said:
Target Transphobia


Ted Eytan/Flickr Mike Mozart/Flickr (CC-BY) (CC-BY-SA) Ana Valens


Target restocked a transphobic book because of money—not ‘censorship’​


Target is transphobic only cares about the most expensive voice in the room.​



Nov 16, 2020, 5:43 pm*

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Analysis

There’s only one thing worse than selling a book that encourages conversion therapy: pulling it and then, on second thought, restocking it.


Last week, Target removed Abigail Shrier’s Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters after trans customers brought the book’s transphobic premise to the store’s attention. The book, as I reported earlier for the Daily Dot, relies on a series of transphobic conspiracy theories to argue that trans people assigned female at birth are being brainwashed into gender transitioning.
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After Target pulled Irreversible Damage, conservatives demanded Target restock the book. The department store relented. The next day, Target offered Irreversible Damage for sale again, claiming it wants “to offer a broad assortment for our guests,” the department store tweeted. On a cursory glance, Target’s transphobia is evident in its response: Transphobia is just another option worth buying. But that public relations statement is just cover. Target is transphobic because it only cares about the most expensive voice in the room. And that voice just so happens to be right-wing.
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It’s also nonsensical. Conservatives compared Irreversible Damage’s removal to Nazi Germany’s book burnings. But Nazis burned research about trans people, not conservative pundits’ mass-marketed transphobic screeds. As I reported for Truth Out in 2017, the Nazis pillaged and burned Berlin’s Institute of Sex Research in order to destroy the institute’s pioneering research on transgender life and gender transitioning. Nearly a century later, the West “lives in the shadow of Nazism’s influence on sexuality studies,” I wrote.
This shadow looms. The U.S. is not ruled by transgender people but cisgender ones. The highest positions of power in the country, from the federal government to book publishers and academic institutions, are run by cis people. These cis people get to decide how trans life is treated, from our laws to our television stations to our books in department stores. We exist under their thumb and are policed by their whims.
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Taken to its logical conclusion, this means it is impossible for a trans person to censor a cis person because trans people lack cultural and institutional power over cis people in society. In a viral Twitter thread, Transgender Studies Quarterly editor and U.C. Berkley associate professor Grace Lavery argued that a small group destroying a specific commodity (such as a mass-produced book) is different from “state-sponsored destruction of that commodity.” When the Nazis destroyed the Institute, they decimated “a unique archive” only available in that institute, not a book for sale on Target.com, Lavery argued.
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In other words, when a marginalized person asks for a bigoted pundit’s book to be pulled, they are not censoring the voice of the bigot because the bigot’s beliefs are still readily available at practically any other major book store. In fact, their fellow bigots have enough buying power to go out in droves and spend money wherever they can still purchase the pundit’s work.
Meanwhile, trans people struggle to have their books accepted by editors, publishers, and book stores. And even when we are published, our work is erased because cis voices are treated as the ultimate authority on how trans people should be treated. This is itself a form of censorship. For example, Irreversible Damage is Amazon’s best-selling Transgender Studies book in the Kindle Store, Lavery notes. Algorithmically, this silences trans voices while asserting a cis person knows best about trans people.
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“In other words, we are once against standing outside the Hirschfeld archive: the stories of trans people are burned, excluded, not told, and not sold, while others stand by and say there were no such stories before the present ‘craze,'” Lavery tweeted.
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Cries of “censorship by the left!” ring hollow. But Target does not care about who is right or wrong. It’s no coincidence that Target pulled, then returned, Shrier’s book in just 24 hours. And it’s no coincidence that both actions came after left- and right-wing online backlash on Twitter, respectively. Target did not take a principled stance when it removed Irreversible Damage, nor did it make one when it reintroduced the book. Target only cares about one thing: profit. Target’s transphobia is rooted in capitalism: Controversy is bad for profit, and it’s far more controversial to stand with trans people than against them.
Abigail Shrier's "Irreversible Damage" is literally an anti-trans conversion therapy book that specifically promotes efforts to "undermine" your trans child's identity by isolating them and stripping them of their support network pic.twitter.com/trBwEbGuaU
— Zinnia, adult demon female (@ZJemptv) November 16, 2020
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More than anything, Target does not care about who it hurts or who it helps. It wants money, and it does not want to lose money. The right knows this, and it used a Twitter mobbing to scare Target into submission. And now, Irreversible Damage is back in store shelves. Target’s transphobia rests in its apathy.
So sure, Target will happily offer a transphobic hate screed on its website. The long-term harm this will cause on trans people and our work is moot to them. Money talks. And transphobic profits speak louder than trans pain.
 

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