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SourDiesel

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Rebel Media just uploaded a trailer for a new video "Who Is Jessica Yaniv?" on their Youtube channel.
That was an awesome teaser and looks like it would've been a lot of fun to make for whoever did it. I love the rising creep music near the end. Can't wait!
 

2nd_time_user

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Toronto Sun writes about Yaniv's arrest. They're excluded from archive so here's the original. The latest twist is that a "friend" gave Jon the weapons as the "friend" was concerned about his safety.


Waving stun gun on livestream lands transgender body waxing activist behind bars
Bryan Passifiume

B.C. transgender activist Jessica Yaniv, right, brandishes an electric stun gun during a live interview with commentator Blaire White on Monday, Aug. 5. RCMP officers arrested Yaniv at her home hours later.

Brandishing a stun gun during an online interview has landed a contentious transgender activist in hot water.
Mounties arrived at the Langley, B.C. apartment of Jessica Yaniv Monday, just hours after she demonstrated the weapon during a live YouTube interview with transgender commentator Blaire White.
“I don’t need to be scared in my own house, that I’m going to get f—in’ attacked,” Yaniv said, the rest of her sentence drowned out by the sparking stun gun she stuck into the camera.
“Which is illegal in Canada, just sayin’”
Hours later, RCMP knocked on her door.
Placed under arrest, Yaniv spent several hours in custody before being released.
Yaniv, 32, gained notoriety over ongoing human rights complaints against B.C. aestheticians — many newcomers to Canada — who declined to give the transgender woman a brazilian wax, due to her penis and testicles.
Yaniv claims the RCMP were “well aware” of her weapons, given to her she says by a friend concerned for her safety.
“They all knew I had these weapons as I showed it to them in my house,” Yaniv said in an interview with the Toronto Sun.
“The stun guns, the pepper spray and bear spray were all visibly present on my kitchen counter when RCMP were there.”
The National Post reported Wednesday two conductive-energy weapons, pepper spray and bear spray were seized from Yaniv’s home, and that Mounties couldn’t confirm her allegations that police were aware — and ostensibly condoned — her ownership of the weapons.

Trans activist Jessica Yaniv

Stun guns and pepper spray are prohibited weapons under the Criminal Code, and convictions can result in up to 10 years in prison.
Yaniv claims she wasn’t formally charged, but released with a “promise to appear.”
Online video of a confrontation last month with blogger Dan Dicks featured Yaniv threatening to pepper spray him if he didn’t stop asking her questions.
Her human rights case has been overshadowed by allegations her complaints are racially motivated, and accounts reported by Anna Slatz in the Post Millennial of sexually inappropriate conversations with then-underage girls.
She dismissed the Post Millennial reports as untrue, claiming the right-leaning news site is owned and funded by John Carpay — the lawyer representing defendants in her human rights case.
Aside from being an occasional contributor, the Sun found no evidence of Carpay’s involvement with the site.
Mounties also confirmed to the National Post a complaint by Yaniv claiming she was anonymously sent child pornography via Facebook.
Yaniv, who sent a heavily-redacted screen capture of the message to the Sun, claims it’s an attempt to discredit her.
Among the complaints documented in chat logs by the Post Millennial were sexualized Facebook conversations between Yaniv and then-underaged girls, including an offer to send her child pornography.
Yaniv, who has not been charged by police, denies these allegations.
Janny Edit: Including article in quote for archiving. Also archived here.
 

Gustav Schuchardt

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2nd_time_user

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National Post has a new article out, pointing that the BCHRT is the real villain for taking Yaniv's complaint seriously

This article is excellent. "There is no human right to genital waxing." Hits hard as to BCHRT's role in enabling this.

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Chris Selley: B.C. Human Rights Tribunal is the real villain of the Jessica Yaniv farce
There is no need for a ruling from any court as to whether anyone should be compelled to touch another person’s genitals for hair removal. The answer is no


The case of Jessica Yaniv, the self-identified transgender woman who has pursued more than a dozen estheticians for redress at the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal over their refusal to wax her male genitalia and their environs, has occasioned some genuine and understandable concerns among trans rights activists. Neither the intense, offensive ridiculousness of Yaniv’s request nor the mounting allegations against her of racism and predatory behaviour toward children in various social media posts and private conversations released to media (which she insists were authored by impersonators), nor her run-in with the Langley RCMP on Tuesday (she says she was arrested for owning a prohibited weapon, minutes after brandishing a Taser on a podcast), should be any boon to transphobia. But it’s not hard to see how they could be.

Yaniv’s motives are, at the very least, questionable. In a May ruling, tribunal member Devyn Cousineau noted Yaniv had withdrawn three complaints in a row as soon as the respondent filed a defence — ostensibly over concerns she would be identified, but these are, after all, public proceedings. Cousineau raised the prospect of Yaniv being a “vexatious litigant,” and declined to classify her as such only “at this stage” (noting instead she was a “frequent litigant”). All in all, many clearly believe it’s best just to ignore the whole thing.

If Yaniv’s stunt weren’t screwing up other people’s lives, that might be a defensible approach. But it is screwing up other people’s lives, notably those of the recent immigrant women Yaniv targeted, who have neither the time nor the money to indulge this peculiarly Canadian ceremony. At least one woman claims to have abandoned her salon business as a result of Yaniv’s aggression. Some have reportedly already settled, which is outrageous whether or not money changed hands: The idea of compromising with someone who wants to force a woman to touch her male genitals — to touch any genitals at all, one might argue! — is repugnant. The idea of a state body facilitating such an agreement beggars belief.

Among those who are grudgingly paying attention, many have resorted to a sort of “both sides are wrong” argument: Yes, Jessica Yaniv seems to be an awful person, but so are the people taking such transphobic delight in the ongoing proceedings. That may be true, but it misses the point. Far too little attention is being paid to the real villain of this black farce, which is obviously the tribunal itself. There are a lot of creeps out there who would wreck your life and take your money without a moment’s thought. The government is supposed to make life more difficult for them, not easier. The real story here is that the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal did anything with Yaniv’s endless complaints except crumple them up and throw them in the garbage.

There is an argument floating around social media that the tribunal has no choice but to hear every case that arrives in its mailbox. In legal parlance, that’s known as “wrong.” The tribunal dismissed six per cent of complaints in 2017-18 without so much as a hearing. By contrast, in her May ruling, Cousineau explained just how critical an issue Yaniv — flawed complainant though she might be — had raised.

“The substantive issue … is an important one,” she wrote. “Waxing can be critical gender-affirming care for transgender women. At the same time, it is a very intimate service that is sometimes performed by women who are themselves vulnerable. (Yaniv’s) complaints raise a novel issue around the rights and obligations of transgender women and service providers in these circumstances. There is a public interest in having the issue resolved.”

In legal parlance, that’s known as “bananas.” There is no need for any precedent or ruling from any court as to whether anyone should be compelled to touch another person’s genitals for the purposes of hair removal. The answer is no. Next question, please.

There are cases of people refusing service to customers where it can get tricky: How is declining to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple different than a lunch counter turning away black patrons? How is a university that prohibits sexual relations between same-sex couples different than one that prohibits mixed-race couples? This is not one of those cases. If an aesthetician doesn’t want to wax your junk, you’re just going to have to go to a different aesthetician. There’s no law that says it. There doesn’t need to be a law. It’s just a natural part of living in modern Western civilization. There is no human right to genital waxing.

That the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal can’t understand this is evidence there is something terribly amiss. Many conservatives and libertarian types have been convinced of this for a very long time — the list of bizarre and outlandish complaints that get “mediated” and “settled” and ruled upon by provincial human rights apparatuses, instead of quite rightly ripped to shreds, is endless. Now, perhaps, it’s progressives’ turn to demand change. The more the merrier. Whatever the outcome of this case, vulnerable people have suffered needlessly — and you can bet legions of other potentially “frequent litigants” have taken note.


Janny note: ALL DISCUSSION RELATED TO THIS ARTICLE NEEDS TO GO IN THE BCHRT THREAD PLEASE.
 

Nasty Old Person

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And it's been flagged as Articles for Deletion.

The talk page is full of transpologists doing their best to declare all MSM sources discussing the case as "unreliable" per transfeefee standards.

There are certain things one does not discuss because they bring trannies (and by extension Wikipedia itself) into disrepute.

Fuck Wikipedia and their constant monet begging. They're worse than PBS's nonstop pledge break telethons.
 

SourDiesel

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And it's been flagged as Articles for Deletion.

The talk page is full of transpologists doing their best to declare all MSM sources discussing the case as "unreliable" per transfeefee standards.

There are certain things one does not discuss because they bring trannies (and by extension Wikipedia itself) into disrepute.

Fuck Wikipedia and their constant monet begging. They're worse than PBS's nonstop pledge break telethons.
Fuck wikipedia in general. As we can see, they are just a fucking circle jerk of trannies that only do this shit to feel important in thier miserable lives and/or feel like they have some control over something in their miserable lives. The end result is a wiki that can't be trusted to accurately state the colour of the sky.
 

sperginity

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Gallus Mag of Gender Trending (formerly gender trender), who got shut down by wordpress for breaking the story about Yaniv, has written an article about his arrest. She notes that wordpress no longer has a policy about dead naming trans people, the policy vanished recently. That policy was applied to her retroactively to delete her wordpress blog.


 

2nd_time_user

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Gallus Mag of Gender Trending (formerly gender trender), who got shut down by wordpress for breaking the story about Yaniv, has written an article about his arrest. She notes that wordpress no longer has a policy about dead naming trans people, the policy vanished recently. That policy was applied to her retroactively to delete her wordpress blog.


OMG, she screenshots our own @WGkitty in that post and the shout to KiwiFarms. This is just the bestest timeline.
 

WGkitty

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OMG, she screenshots our own @WGkitty in that post and the shout to KiwiFarms. This is just the bestest timeline.
I love it! You know, I was thinking, if I didn't post about JY getting raided by police no one would have known. Like NP and PM wouldn't have known to call Langley RCMP to verify search warrant. Also, if I wasn't around to drop hints on his address people calling the RCMP might not have been able to know where to report his location when calling in. I've really fucked with JY's life probably more than I've fucked with anyone else's before. Make me feel wholesome.
 

2nd_time_user

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I love it! You know, I was thinking, if I didn't post about JY getting raided by police no one would have known. Like NP and PM wouldn't have known to call Langley RCMP to verify search warrant. Also, if I wasn't around to drop hints on his address people calling the RCMP might not have been able to know where to report his location when calling in. I've really fucked with JY's life probably more than I've fucked with anyone else's before. Make me feel wholesome.
And you were on the only Website literally that would allow you to do this and be effective. Even now. Sure you could have gone to 8-ch but they're not set up for conversations at days of length let alone going on 10 months. You could have gone to r/gc, fb, whatever but no one else would have been bold enough to tolerate this pedo's address being put up when he doxed himself with the trans flag on his balcony. Anna was linked multiple times to the Farms to check out the thread FAQ. That's how Anna got the address.

Semper fi @WGkitty. I hope more neighbors join.
 

sixthwave

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I love it! You know, I was thinking, if I didn't post about JY getting raided by police no one would have known. Like NP and PM wouldn't have known to call Langley RCMP to verify search warrant. Also, if I wasn't around to drop hints on his address people calling the RCMP might not have been able to know where to report his location when calling in. I've really fucked with JY's life probably more than I've fucked with anyone else's before. Make me feel wholesome.
It's a good feeling to know that JY's life is now as miserable as they made everyone elses, hey? :lit:
 

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Feminists fight transgender ‘reforms’
NewspaperAugust 8, 2019 | Australian, The/Weekend Australian/Australian Magazine, The (Australia)
Author: REBECCA URBAN, BERNARD LANE, EXCLUSIVE | Page: 3 | Section: TheNation

A feminist group has accused Victoria’s Labor government of introducing its proposed sex-change bill without adequate community consultation, saying the potential impact on women is significant and largely misunderstood.

The recently formed Victorian Women’s Guild wants to highlight concerns over the government’s Births, Deaths, and Marriages Registration Amendment Bill, which, if ratified, will allow transgender individuals to alter their sex on birth certificates without having to undergo sex reassignment surgery.

The response comes as Coalition MPs prepare to vote against the bill, to be debated next week, after opposition legal affairs spokesman Ed O’Donohue flagged concerns about the impact of the reform on identifying sex offenders and other prisoners.

A recent media storm around the case of Jessica Yaniv — a Canadian trans woman who has launched more than a dozen human rights complaints against beauticians who declined to wax her biologically male genitalia, which she retains — is also understood to have been factored into its stance. The Coalition defeated a similar bill in 2016.

The latest bill, introduced to parliament in June, removes the requirement for an individual to have had surgical intervention in order to “self-nominate” on their birth certificate as male or female or “any other gender diverse or non-binary descriptor”.

According to the guild, the legislation has potential impacts for women’s safety, medical care and sport. One of its biggest concerns is women will no longer have a right to the privacy of female-only spaces as self-identified trans women — including those who remain biologically male — would by law be entitled to access.

In its bid to promote debate, the group has been labelled “transphobic” by a group of University of Melbourne students petitioning the university to cancel the guild’s forum on the issue. Scheduled for this evening, The Future of Sex-Based Rights event, featuring philosopher Holly Lawford-Smith and sports lawyer Hayden Opie, “lends both legitimacy and a platform to discrimination against transgender and gender nonconforming people”, the group said in a letter to vice-chancellor Duncan Maskell.

Guild spokeswoman Nina Vallins said while the Yaniv case had captured the public’s attention, there were wide-ranging consequences of the proposed bill, particularly for already vulnerable women such as domestic violence survivors and prisoners.

“These women have a right to safe women-only spaces. It would be unfair on these women who have been victims of male violence to have male people — or to have to worry about male people — in these spaces,” the lawyer said.

“We believe we can look for solutions where people are able to live their lives in a way that they feel accepted by society, but in a way that also respects women.” Melbourne Law School sports law specialist Mr Opie said the debate around trans rights versus women’s rights to compete in sport on a level playing field was fraught, posing challenging questions, but debating the issue did not make a person “transphobic”.

“It’s a bit of a shame what we’ve seen so far is a confrontation rather than a conversation,” he said.

Ms Vallins said she was also concerned by the lack of broad consultation on the bill, with the guild’s attempts to discuss concerns with the Attorney-General Jill Hennessy so far being ignored.Ms Hennessy, who has said the bill was developed in consultation with LGBTI communities, declined to answer questions on how widely the government had consulted on the bill.
 

pr3nt177

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Feminists fight transgender ‘reforms’
NewspaperAugust 8, 2019 | Australian, The/Weekend Australian/Australian Magazine, The (Australia)
Author: REBECCA URBAN, BERNARD LANE, EXCLUSIVE | Page: 3 | Section: TheNation



“These women have a right to safe women-only spaces. It would be unfair on these women who have been victims of male violence to have male people — or to have to worry about male people — in these spaces,” the lawyer said.

Exactly.
 
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