Gender critical people are often misunderstood, so I will tell you a bit about myself and why I am dedicated to fighting for women, children, gay, lesbian and autistic youth.
My name is Ashley and I live in Ontario Canada. I am 31 years old and a lesbian. I have a presidential honour's degree in IT. Some of my hobbies include reading, art, hiking, learning, psychology, nature and that's not a fully extensive list. I have been a feminist since I was 16. I've always been an idealist and sometimes it is to my own personal detriment.
I had supported the introduction of the gender curriculum in Ontario and of course thought it was beneficial. I had deeply misunderstood what trans rights really meant. I wished to support what I believed was my community. I was never a fan of identity politics, but never saw the harm in them. In fact, I have a trans identified niece.
When JK Rowling released her tweet in support of #IStandWithMaya and received horrific abuse being labeled a transphobe, I grew to be concerned. I learned of Vancouver's Rape Relief Shelter becoming defunded and was extremely troubled. I learned about the deplatforming of Meghan Murphy.
I was concerned about the libel that Meghan Murphy had faced in the media calling her a transphobe. As a feminist, this had concerned me. I began digging into the issues facing women and children and realized it was time that I stood up. Cancel culture and deplatforming of people renders women hard pressed to speak up to have their livelihoods taken away.
As I am in a unique position to advocate, show my face without fear of retribution, I have decided to take a stand against one of the biggest medical scandals facing gay, lesbian and autistic youth and the rights of women being infringed upon.
During my advocacy, while some may label me a transphobe or TERF, I have connected with some amazing transsexual people I feel privileged to call my friend. I would like to thank all of the women who have carried the torch facing libel, cancel culture and alienation for their views.
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