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Larry Anon

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Ricky Gervais has been nonstop tweeting about Yaniv over the past several days. Gervais is one of the few people who is powerful enough to escape the ban hammer for criticizing trans people.
Archive Ricky's tweets in this thread.


Ricky Gervais Called ‘Transphobe’ For Defending Women Refusing To Wax Trans Woman's Penis
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By Gabriel Hays | July 22, 2019 11:42 AM EDT
[Warning: Coarse Language Throughout]
British comedian Ricky Gervais has been called “transphobic” over defending women refusing to wax transwomen in Canada because they are uncomfortable dealing with their clients’ very male genitalia. Gervais defended the spa workers saying that it’s “real feminism” for women to choose who to wax or not, but internet users aren’t having it.

Remember, trans women have more political victim tokens than ordinary women. If Gervais would only remember that, he wouldn’t be dragged as he is at the moment.
On Sunday, Gervais, the creator of the UK version of The Office, weighed in on one of the more stupidly woke issues to crop up in recent memory in Canada. Stupidly woke is about as Canadian as maple syrup so that’s not really saying much, however, the story goes that a trans woman is suing spa workers for their refusal to wax around her genitalia. Of course this is still male genitalia, but she’s a “woman” and denying such a service in her eyes is discrimination against her identified gender. It’s crazy, we know.
Gervais, demonstrating himself as a celebrity that isn’t completely devoid of common sense (a real showbiz unicorn, these days,) put out a controversial tweet on Sunday. He wrote, “How did we get to the point where women are having to fight for the right to choose whether they wax some big old hairy cock & balls or not?” He added, “It is not a human right to have your meat & 2 veg polished.”

Well apparently for twitter SJWs, it is a right. Twitter warriors clamored against Gervais’ post saying it’s language like that that has “threatened” trans people, and that it contributes to the larger “#waronwomen.” LGBTQ activist Amy Martin posted the declaration, “Ricky Gervais is a transphobe who (barely) disguises his bigotry as feminism. Real feminism includes all women, including trans women.”
Gervais took time out to reply to Griffin, claiming, “Surely real feminism also covers a woman’s right not to have to wax someone’s knob & bollocks if they don’t want to.” Careful there, Mr. Gervais, logical takes are currently taboo.
Internet outlet Sp!ked detailed the original story, writing, “A born male who identifies as female, and whose male genitalia is still intact, is suing female-only waxers on the basis that their refusal to wax his bollocks – sorry, her bollocks – is an act of discrimination.” Thus, said spa workers are “transphobic,” and there’s now an actual hearing going on via British Columbia’s Human Rights Council on behalf of the aggrieved Jessica Yaniv. (His original name was Jonathan.)
The National Post characterized the central question of the lawsuit as, “Should a business be allowed to deny service on the basis of gender identity?” but in this case the question might also be, “Should a woman be forced by law to touch a penis she doesn’t want to touch?” Well, we can’t look at it that way, and in the end, two of these employees have already been put out of work over the brouhaha.

Delingpole: Why I’m Supporting Trans Activist Jessica’s Waxed Balls Against Bigot Ricky Gervais…
old balls
Getty ImagesJAMES DELINGPOLE22 Jul 2019446
When is a hairy ballsack not a hairy ballsack?
How dare you not know the answer to this, you disgusting transphobe!
The answer, obviously, is when those dangly bollocks belong to a self-declared woman like Jessica Yaniv — formerly Jonathan Yaniv — who is currently suing a number of intimate grooming salons in the Canadian courts because, disgracefully, they refused to wax his lady spheres.
Some commentators, including comedian Ricky Gervais, have suggested that there is something untoward about Yaniv’s behaviour.

MrStrathmore #FBPE #PeoplesVote 🏳️‍🌈

· Jul 21, 2019
Replying to @Chopsie_Murphy @rickygervais
Which is perfectly acceptable. Saying you can't do it because you are not trained etc... totally fine. @rickygervais is using the "it's my right as a woman" not to do something as an argument to refuse a service. Easy step to "its my right as a Christian" etc etc

Ricky Gervais

It is a woman's right to say 'I don't wax testicles. On a man or a woman'. End of discussion. No sexism. No homophobia. No transphobia.

But the trans lobby, naturally disagrees.

Amy Martin #FBPE@amyywrites


Ricky Gervais is a transphobe who (barely) disguises his bigotry as feminism. Real feminism includes all women, including trans women.
I personally am on the side of Jessica Yaniv – and not just because she scrubs up so beautifully in her party frock. No, I love Jessica because I think she represents what Rod Liddle memorably coined in one of his Spectator columns as “peak wank.” That is, Jessica and everything he/she/it/ze/zir/wotevs stands for, represent the moment when identity politics reached such a pitch of lunacy that even diehard Social Justice Warriors began facepalming in horror.
In fact, if I were to have my way, in ten years time there will be a statue of Jessica – in her party frock of course – in every square in every city in Canada, plus the odd one in other strategically selected locations: Brighton, Bristol, Stroud and Totnes in the UK; Berkeley, Austin and Manhattan in the US; Melbourne in Australia; etc.
The statue will remind the politically correct denizens of these places that they LOST the culture wars – and that the reason they lost the culture wars was Jessica Yaniv.
The more you read about this case the murkier it gets – to the point where any reasonable observer might well ask: “Is this freak show really the hill you Social Justice Warriors want to die on? Why??”
Here is the basic story:
Trans woman Jessica Yaniv has filed 16 human rights complaints with the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal over in Canada, charging various waxing and aesthetic salon workers with transphobic discrimination for refusing to wax her balls/lady spheres/gender dumplings.
Each of these salons or their workers indicated they only provided intimate area services to female clients, and despite the fact that Jessica identifies as and lives her life as a woman, the workers were not comfortable with the fact that they would have to handle/wax a pair of balls.
According to Jessica Yaniv and her supporters on social media, this is discrimination and these women should not be allowed to refuse contact with a penis, whether it belongs to a man or woman.
Yaniv’s critics have pointed out that if this really is about combating discrimination and bigotry then Yaniv is hardly a shining moral example. One screenshot purportedly from Yaniv’s social media accounts, from when ‘she’ still identified as male, show him ranting about immigrants:
“We have a lot of immigrants here who gawk and judge and aren’t exactly the cleanest people. They’re also verbally and physically abusive, that’s one main reason why I joined a girls gym,
cause I DON’T want issues with these people, nor do I want them in anyway, shape or form. They lie about shit, they’ll do anything to support their own kind and make things miserable for everyone else.”
Elsewhere, he is allegedly shown somewhat creepily asking for chatroom advice on how to behave in a women’s changing room:
“If I notice a girl that’s nude below and has a tampon string coming out when I’m changing and doing my stuff, is it weird to approach her to ask her for a tampon? or pad? Just to bond with her a bit over period stuff…”
If Yaniv weren’t pursuing an actual discrimination case through the courts, you’d think he was another parody character like Godfrey Elfwick using satire to hold up to a mirror the wilder excesses of intersectional politics.
But in a way, Yaniv is doing us all a huge favour. He is testing woke culture to the bounds of destruction: can it really be possible that a court of law will decide that the rights of a trans woman to get his testicles waxed trump those of poor, often immigrant beauty salon workers, some from religiously sensitive backgrounds, who consider this a task below their pay grade.
My sympathy is with those poor womenfolk. In a free market, I believe that Yaniv is perfectly entitled to have his orbs waxed and polished if he wishes – but that he should pay a proper market rate (a lot, I imagine: well it was the last few times I had it done…) rather than trading under false pretences.
There are bigger issues here as Jamie Whyte suggests here:

Ricky Gervais

· Jul 21, 2019
How did we get to the point where women are having to fight for the right to choose whether they wax some big old hairy cock & balls or not? It is not a human right to have your meat & 2 veg polished.

Jamie Whyte@_JamieWhyte

It's the same issue as whether or not a baker should be allowed to refuse to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Should you be free to refuse customers you don't want to serve for any reason at all, or do you need some government-approved justification?
7:06 PM - Jul 21, 2019
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This, ultimately, is where the battle lines should be drawn if ever we are to recover our Civilisation.
Should the State, in the name of equality, coerce businesses and individuals to do things they find unacceptable?
Or should businesses and individuals be permitted freedom of choice, just like we used to enjoy in the bad old days before government had quite so much power to tell us what was good for us?



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Rikka Takarada 2

You only like me for my thighs
Fucking love Ricky Gervais on Twitter; extremely consistent on free speech and never afraid to actually say it. And far too big for even Yaniv's friends in "moderation" (read, censorship) of Twitter (and presumably also in appeals) to ban because they don't like him.

It's sad in general though that people have only really been free to discuss this baiting little nutjob who self-deadnames now. Even two or three days ago, trying to do so - or responding to his own shit - got you banned while he's off Scot free. If Twitter had any sense they would purge their "moderation" team from the ground up and apologise to & restore the people this fuck got banned (often by starting the beef in the first place) - so fat chance of it actually happening.


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I love how he is throwing it back in the critics faces by getting super straightforward and technical with the terminology. It's hard to argue with "the woman said she was unable to wax a penis and testicles, not that she doesn't wax trans women."

He’s made a point of repeating big hairy balls a lot, which is the perfect impactful language to hammer the point home.

Ricky knows how to use language to get his point across. Anyone who tries to take on doughy poor working class kid who managed to become superstar on wit and writing chops alone will be eviscerated.

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