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Alternative title: three blokes think they aren't male because they wear heels and make up https://www.out.com/lifestyle/2019/2/15/3-nonbinary-femmes-describe-what-its-not-being-men-or-women

3 Nonbinary Femmes Describe What It’s Like Not Being Men or Women

“Don't let yourself become a byproduct of fear because society has taught you that monotony is needed.”

In recent years, dialogues about what it means to be a woman and how these definitions interact with the persisting intersectional feminist movement have moved from ivory towers to the red carpet, the streets, and living rooms nationwide. Yet still, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming people’s lived experiences are erased. Nonbinary femme folk, in particular, confront violence and marginalization — as well as joy, love, and triumph — in their own ways. They exist not in the standard pink or blue, but in the lavender expanses of life. Here, we take a deeper look into the lavender.

Eddie Jarel Jonesx, 24
Pronouns: he/she/they/sis
Cleveland, Ohio

I can’t remember how young I was, but I had a love for my mom’s size-6 high heels. I’d come home from school and be all by myself — so I’d dance in them, hittin’ the runway, practicing walking up and down the stairs. It's funny because people nowadays say, “You know how to walk in heels better than girls!” and I'm like, “There's no shade, I've honestly been doing it a lot longer than most girls."

I started wearing makeup and clothes from the “girls” side of the store in college at Lincoln University. It was very cool to see that a lot of the Black men on campus really did not care about me presenting as femme. I was taken aback, because there’s a stereotype about homophobia being more prevalent among men in the Black community. I just expected to get all of this hate — to not feel comfortable walking from my dorm to certain buildings — and I really did not have that experience. Most of the pushback came from the girls. It was just so confusing to me. I thought they didn’t like me because their lashes were liftin' and mine were not.

There are some days where I wake up and I’m feeling really feminine, so I put on a full beat and wig. There are some days where I feel very feminine and I just have on a regular hat, no makeup, jeans, and a sneaker. For me, gender doesn't have anything to do with presentation. It's how you feel on the inside and where the spectrum lies that day. There's no one idea of man and woman. Once we all realize this to be true, I think the feminist and women’s movements will be more open to nonbinary and gender-nonconforming people and allow us into their carefully curated spaces. At the end of the day, if you are femme in any capacity, you deserve to stand and fight with your sisters.

Aja, 25
Pronouns: they/them
Brooklyn, New York

I don't really think there is a way to define womanhood or manhood. I erased the idea of a gender binary from my heart and mind, because it didn't do anything but reinforce patriarchy. I thought for a long time that I was a transgender woman, but, through drag and the queer scene in Brooklyn, I realized I didn't have to adhere to the stereotypical traits of what society thinks is a woman. I know where my head is, but I feel like I have this mind-over-matter mentality, so I've never felt like I had to prove my identity to anyone through appearance. For a lot of people, drag is their art and their job. For me, drag is literally a part of my identity. It's me channeling my femme side.

There are some places where people really do look at being nonbinary as a joke, but I'm not in any way ashamed of myself. I do have privilege because I'm not constantly presenting femme. To society, I present mostly as masculine. I always have to remember that society's lens is so different from a queer person's, so I have no problem correcting someone who mistakes a pronoun. Five years ago, I would punch a bitch in the face, but I got to a place where I realized you can’t fight ignorance with being just as ignorant. I took a page out of Martin Luther King Jr.'s book and resisted. People expect and want you to be angry, especially if you're a person of color. They want you to do something for which they could easily antagonize you. But if you play calm and cool and walk away from a situation like that, you ultimately win the battle.

My message to young queer and nonbinary people is to not let society cookie-cut you. Don't let yourself become a byproduct of fear because society has taught you that monotony is needed. You don't need to be like everyone else to live. We can be ourselves — colorful, happy, or dark — and be at peace.


Jeffrey Marsh, 41
Pronouns: they/them
York, Pennsylvania

As nonbinary identity and gender nonconformity have become more mainstream, they’re sometimes characterized as a new phenomenon. This is not only insulting to people like me — who are over 40 — but it's also insulting to imply that young people don't know what they're doing, are formless, and not to be taken seriously. This is a double-edged sword because, yes, it's on the cover of TIME, but when it's on the cover of TIME, it's going to be a 13-year-old because that’s what’s palatable to the general public. The media wants to put the most digestable face on nonbinary identities so that they can sell more magazines.

But when I think about the feminist movement, I think of the special brand of really virulent anti-trans feminism — the TERF (Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist) Movement. I tend to feel grateful that the feminism that I've encountered has been really welcoming. I’ve seen it refined to help the most people by including trans women and moving towards the inclusion of nonbinary or transfemme people. It's brave to go up against the deep programming we all have around the gender binary — because everyone (and cisgender feminists in particular) has been programmed to think that a vagina equals a woman, and we need to fight for women with vaginas to have rights. That last part of that statement is absolutely true, but we also need to chip away at that, having women and transfemmes who may or may not have certain parts be included in this movement.

One of the most beautiful things that transfemme and nonbinary people can offer the world is expressing ourselves without shame. We're such a beautiful group of people who can offer cis people the chance to let go and be whoever they are without shame, too.
Editor's note: The print version of this article published Aja's birthname in error. Out sincerly regrets and apologizes for the mishap.
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Of course she's also a furry. Of course.
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You look like a toddler and Harajuku puked on you, hun.
Alternative title: three blokes think they aren't male because they wear heels and make up https://www.out.com/lifestyle/2019/2/15/3-nonbinary-femmes-describe-what-its-not-being-men-or-women

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"Three flamboyant gay men who are upset being gay isn't ultra controversial anymore and are upset they have the right to be married now so they need to make their own problems"
 

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CRUSH YOUR ENEMIES! GRIND THEIR BONES INTO DIRT!
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I know she's a fake tranny, but if a trans man wanted to dress in more feminine clothes, surely he'd foot the bill for facial masculisation surgery right? Or at least take contouring lessons for a fake Adam's apple and a broader jawline, right?

Dear fucking God, she didn't make herself look like an alien, she made herself look like a Stage 4 cancer patient.

ETA: wait shit it's not a man anymore it wants to be an it
 
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You look like a toddler and Harajuku puked on you, hun.

"Three flamboyant gay men who are upset being gay isn't ultra controversial anymore and are upset they have the right to be married now so they need to make their own problems"
in order of most annoying it goes white, brown, black.

the white one is a really entitled piece of work, i love the fact they "deadnamed" the cunt in the first go at publishing. and he wants to chip away at feminism that is made for women. also the face, just all of it. i could be transphobic to him all day long.

brown aja is just a cunt anyway but the fact he is on the non binary pony has just added more absolute bollocks to his usual word salad.

the black one i do not actually mind at all. there is the "he" pronoun option and to be honest he just seems GNC. not pushy at all. the kind of self proclaimed non binary that lets them almost get away with it. sneaky bitch/bastard.
 

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A bit of humor.

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Absolutely savage.
 

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If you ain't Barbie or G.I.Joe, you're a raving tranny. According to Mermaids, a pro trans kids charity
I love how their shitty graphic as much as admits that dumpy women aren't fully women in their eyes.
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This is age 33. I can't wait for the public midlife crisis once this chick gets visibly too old to attract 14 year old fans anymore.
 

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Alternative title: three blokes think they aren't male because they wear heels and make up https://www.out.com/lifestyle/2019/2/15/3-nonbinary-femmes-describe-what-its-not-being-men-or-women

One of the most beautiful things that transfemme and nonbinary people can offer the world is expressing ourselves without shame. We're such a beautiful group of people who can offer cis people the chance to let go and be whoever they are without shame, too.
That last one seems to think of enbies as Indigo Children. Or at least a gender version of Mr. Burns from the episode where he gets doped up on drugs and everyone thinks he's an alien.
 

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Transgender athletes should not compete in female competitions in order to "protect women's sport", says former British swimmer Sharron Davies.

Her comments come after 18-time tennis Grand Slam singles champion Martina Navratilova said it was "cheating" to allow transgender women to compete in women's sport because they had unfair physical advantages.

One campaign group said Navratilova's comments were "transphobic".

Speaking to BBC Sport, Davies, 56, said she had spoken to many other female athletes who "feel the same way".

"It is not a transphobic thing - I really want to say we have no issue with people who are transgender," she said.

"Every single woman athlete I've spoken to, and I have spoken to many, all of my friends in international sports, understand and feel the same way as me.

"Unfortunately, a lot of people who are in the races [now] are in a very difficult predicament when they can't speak out. It maybe falls to the people who were competing [in the past] who would understand the predicament that is being faced at the moment to try to create a debate, and try to explain how we feel there needs to be a fair and level playing field."

Transgender women in sport: Are they really a 'threat' to female sport?
Davies - a two-time Commonwealth Games gold medallist - says it is important sports' governing bodies debate the issue.

"We need to come up with something that works for everybody and everybody agrees with, rather than having all sorts of diverse rules," she added.

"We need to come up with a unified set of rules that is clear, concise and fair."

Davies' comments came a day after she posted her opinion on Twitter. The 1980 Olympic silver medallist said: "I believe there is a fundamental difference between the binary sex you are born with and the gender you may identify as.

"To protect women's sport, those with a male sex advantage should not be able to compete in women's sport."

In December, transgender cyclist Rachel McKinnon told BBC Sport she estimated she has received more than 100,000 hate messages on Twitter since she won her UCI Masters Track World Championship title in October.

Fellow cyclist Jen Wagner-Assali, who finished third, called it "unfair" and called on cycling's international governing body to change its rules.

On Saturday, McKinnon said Davies was a "transphobe" and was "sharing hate speech".

"There is no debate to be had over whether trans women athletes have an unfair advantage: it's clear that they don't," she said on Twitter.

Athlete Ally - a US-based organisation that campaigns for LGBT sportspeople - cut its links with Navratilova in the wake of the 62-year-old's comments, saying they "perpetuate dangerous myths".

Navratilova has been a long-standing campaigner for gay rights and suffered abuse when she came out as gay in the 1980s.

Under guidelines introduced in 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) allows athletes transitioning from female to male to participate without restrictions.

Male to female competitors, however, are required to have kept their levels of testosterone - a hormone that increases muscle mass - below a certain level for at least 12 months.
This is reaching critical mass, could sport actually be useful and end the insanity?
 

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A bit of humor.

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Absolutely savage.
Can't wait for the "SO YOU'RE SAYING THAT TRANS WOMEN AREN'T EVEN HUMAN???" takes to roll in.
 

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Britain's first transgender hate crime trial is halted after one day as judge says 'there is no case and never was a case'

An article in the Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6764763/Britains-transgender-hate-crime-trial-halted-one-day.html

  • Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing transgender activist Helen Islan
  • District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case following a one-day hearing
  • The judge's decision has been called a victory for free speech by campaigners
By Sanchez Manning and Joani Walsh For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:11, 2 March 2019 | Updated: 04:49, 3 March 2019

Britain's first transgender hate crime prosecution has been halted by a judge who declared: ‘There is no case and never was a case.’
Miranda Yardley, 51, was put ‘through ten months of hell’ after being accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter.
But District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was simply no evidence.
Campaigners called the decision a victory for free speech, while the accused claimed police were being used to ‘enforce a political ideology’.

Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter but District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was  no evidence


Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter but District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was no evidence

Accuser Helen Islan, who works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, gave evidence via video link


Accuser Helen Islan, who works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, gave evidence via video link


The hearing at Basildon Magistrates’ Court in Essex last Friday brought into sharp focus the complex and often rancorous divisions within the transgender community.

On one side was Yardley, an accountant, who describes himself as a transsexual and identifies as a man, even though he underwent gender reassignment to become a woman ten years ago.
Despite his own experience, his contention is that individuals cannot change sex – and this has drawn fierce criticism on social media.

Giving evidence via video link was his accuser, Helen Islan, who is married with children and works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, which campaigns for children who want to change gender.
The court heard that one of her teenage children is transgender. The spat began with a discussion – joined by other Twitter users – about self-identification, which allows people to be recognised as transgender simply by declaring themselves male or female.
Concerns were also expressed about how the powerful trans lobby was allegedly eroding women’s rights by allowing transgender women, born male, into female-only spaces. This, it was argued, was a threat to women.

Ms Islan works for advocacy group Mermaids which campaigns for transgender children


Ms Islan works for advocacy group Mermaids which campaigns for transgender children


But using a pseudonym, Ms Islan accused her opponents of ‘spreading hysteria’ and it was at this point the exchanges grew increasingly aggressive.
In response, she was unmasked by Yardley who tweeted a picture and a link to her real identity. The tweet also referenced her transgender child, which Ms Islan argued effectively ‘outed’ him.
She said it led to them both being harassed adding that the post made her feel ‘stressed and sick’.
Initially, Ms Islan’s complaint was dealt with by West Yorkshire Police before being passed to colleagues in Essex, who decided it was a hate crime.
But when the case reached court the defence referred to pages of social media posts in which Ms Islan herself was regularly tweeting about her trans child, about him taking blockers, that he had ‘come out’ at school.
The court heard that a simple search on Google brought up Ms Islan’s personal details, including a family photograph that she had herself posted.
At one point during the hearing, Judge Woollard said: ‘Where is the evidence [of harassment] taking into account the need for free speech? You have to show a course of conduct and at the moment we have one tweet.
Where is the evidence for Miranda Yardley outing Ms Islan’s son?’ Later he threw out the case and awarded costs to the defendant.
Yardley told The Mail on Sunday afterwards that he was ‘horrified’ by the decision to charge him, saying: ‘I faced losing everything I worked for.’
Barrister Amanda Jones, who has represented clients accused of ‘anti trans’ comments, said: ‘The police and the CPS routinely ignore rape threats, death threats and abusive material targeted at women online.
The entire criminal justice system is falling apart from underfunding and this case appears to have been a complete waste of public funds.’
Comedian Graham Linehan, who has been publicly critical of trans activists for attempting to ‘close down’ freedom of speech, said: ‘This is about an ideology and everyone who has tried to speak up against it is shut down and the activists are using every means they can to do this, including the courts.’
Essex Police said yesterday: ‘We take all reports of hate crime incidents seriously.’
Ms Islan said: ‘The decision to prosecute was made by the CPS, not me personally and I accept the verdict of the court.’
 

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Britain's first transgender hate crime trial is halted after one day as judge says 'there is no case and never was a case'

An article in the Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6764763/Britains-transgender-hate-crime-trial-halted-one-day.html

  • Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing transgender activist Helen Islan
  • District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case following a one-day hearing
  • The judge's decision has been called a victory for free speech by campaigners
By Sanchez Manning and Joani Walsh For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:11, 2 March 2019 | Updated: 04:49, 3 March 2019

Britain's first transgender hate crime prosecution has been halted by a judge who declared: ‘There is no case and never was a case.’
Miranda Yardley, 51, was put ‘through ten months of hell’ after being accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter.
But District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was simply no evidence.
Campaigners called the decision a victory for free speech, while the accused claimed police were being used to ‘enforce a political ideology’.

Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter but District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was  no evidence


Miranda Yardley, 51, was accused of harassing a transgender activist on Twitter but District Judge John Woollard dismissed the case after a one-day hearing, saying there was no evidence

Accuser Helen Islan, who works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, gave evidence via video link


Accuser Helen Islan, who works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, gave evidence via video link


The hearing at Basildon Magistrates’ Court in Essex last Friday brought into sharp focus the complex and often rancorous divisions within the transgender community.

On one side was Yardley, an accountant, who describes himself as a transsexual and identifies as a man, even though he underwent gender reassignment to become a woman ten years ago.
Despite his own experience, his contention is that individuals cannot change sex – and this has drawn fierce criticism on social media.

Giving evidence via video link was his accuser, Helen Islan, who is married with children and works with the trans advocacy group Mermaids, which campaigns for children who want to change gender.
The court heard that one of her teenage children is transgender. The spat began with a discussion – joined by other Twitter users – about self-identification, which allows people to be recognised as transgender simply by declaring themselves male or female.
Concerns were also expressed about how the powerful trans lobby was allegedly eroding women’s rights by allowing transgender women, born male, into female-only spaces. This, it was argued, was a threat to women.

Ms Islan works for advocacy group Mermaids which campaigns for transgender children


Ms Islan works for advocacy group Mermaids which campaigns for transgender children


But using a pseudonym, Ms Islan accused her opponents of ‘spreading hysteria’ and it was at this point the exchanges grew increasingly aggressive.
In response, she was unmasked by Yardley who tweeted a picture and a link to her real identity. The tweet also referenced her transgender child, which Ms Islan argued effectively ‘outed’ him.
She said it led to them both being harassed adding that the post made her feel ‘stressed and sick’.
Initially, Ms Islan’s complaint was dealt with by West Yorkshire Police before being passed to colleagues in Essex, who decided it was a hate crime.
But when the case reached court the defence referred to pages of social media posts in which Ms Islan herself was regularly tweeting about her trans child, about him taking blockers, that he had ‘come out’ at school.
The court heard that a simple search on Google brought up Ms Islan’s personal details, including a family photograph that she had herself posted.
At one point during the hearing, Judge Woollard said: ‘Where is the evidence [of harassment] taking into account the need for free speech? You have to show a course of conduct and at the moment we have one tweet.
Where is the evidence for Miranda Yardley outing Ms Islan’s son?’ Later he threw out the case and awarded costs to the defendant.
Yardley told The Mail on Sunday afterwards that he was ‘horrified’ by the decision to charge him, saying: ‘I faced losing everything I worked for.’
Barrister Amanda Jones, who has represented clients accused of ‘anti trans’ comments, said: ‘The police and the CPS routinely ignore rape threats, death threats and abusive material targeted at women online.
The entire criminal justice system is falling apart from underfunding and this case appears to have been a complete waste of public funds.’
Comedian Graham Linehan, who has been publicly critical of trans activists for attempting to ‘close down’ freedom of speech, said: ‘This is about an ideology and everyone who has tried to speak up against it is shut down and the activists are using every means they can to do this, including the courts.’
Essex Police said yesterday: ‘We take all reports of hate crime incidents seriously.’
Ms Islan said: ‘The decision to prosecute was made by the CPS, not me personally and I accept the verdict of the court.’
The Essex Police needs to be purged of these useless clowns who prosecute nonexistent "crimes" like this, and the Crown Prosecution needs to have the concept of rights explained to them, as much as britbongs seem to have serious difficulty understanding their own basic freedoms.
 

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the Crown Prosecution needs to have the concept of rights explained to them, as much as britbongs seem to have serious difficulty understanding their own basic freedoms.
They don't have rights to understand. An "unwritten constitution" has no enumerated rights; it is an oxymoron. If the UK wants to ensure rights for people, it should adopt a real constitution that would require more than just a majority vote in Parliament to change.
 
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