I'm the founder of Get The L Out Asia, a grassroots volunteer organisation that believe true lesbian independence can only be found in solidarity with feminists.
Inspired by Get The L Out UK, who sounded the alarm about how trans ideology has affected lesbians, including coming out with the idea of cotton ceiling (how lesbian existence is a threat to T+ advancement, similar to the workplace glass ceiling that prevent the advancement of minorities), trans activists led by trans women have been calling young lesbians who refuse to date or sleep with them as transphobic and transphobia, distorting trans rights as an excuse for abusive behaviours.
WoLF made a public statement to work together with Family Policy Alliance, a conservative Christian organisation. I heard rumours through the grapevine about their conservative connection. Religious bigotry is so far away from feminism, I didn't believe them, I also didn't want to believe them, I have witnessed my Christian ex as well as my LGBT friends becoming suicidal after conversion therapy, I KNOW how life threatening it is.
They also release a "Declaration of no confidence in LGB movement leadership", so I guess they think religious white masters are suppose to evangelise deviant lost LGB sheep into their flock of "traditional families", a term that will alert any LGBTQ, we know it means heterosexual families with a subservient stepford wife, suburban picket fence and 2.5 kids in gendered pink and blue clothing.
An organisation that is anti abortion, anti homosexuals, upholds religious patriarchal ideas of female servitude, it is so far away from feminism, it's mind boggling. One of the board members is Patrick Caruana, he has been chairman of FPA board of directors since 2013. Prior to that, he was chairman of the Focus on the Family board of directors.
Remember to be kind to your body, our bodies hears us and would stop serving us when we're rude. When I talk to my body with kindness, it always respond back with kindness.
The behaviour of these pseudo women reading other male drag queens, laughing about their body size, facial beauty, make up skills and artistic talents wasn't directed at them as men but at the superficial facade of a woman they each wore as a joke in and of itself.
It is using the visibility of women as a tool, just like how we're expected to be used as sex providers, valued as pretty property ready to change hands from male slaveowner to male slaveowner. Drag legitimised this idea that women and the associated femininity are exactly what women are only good for, empty ornamental shells that must be painted and put on display instead of organically laying on beach sand without interference.
Trans activism turned misogynistic is real.
I just quit an online group after being attacked and called transphobic. I shared a friend's Facebook post, an article by Skylar Baker-Jordan about homophobic, anti-woman trans activism on a supposedly inclusive online safe place. When I shared that, I made it clear I have indeed encountered trans women bullying, expecting me to be subservient while wanting acceptance at the same time, I find the double standards hypocritical and unacceptable.