The lies they have to tell to persuade us that “trans” is a legitimate civil rights movement: Part 1
August 3, 2022
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*Full disclosure: I worked at the ACLU between 2012 and 2014.
When you click on the ACLU’s timeline, viewers are first treated to this, informing us that the timeline is “a part of the ACLU’s larger campaign, The Trans Script, which illustrates moments of trans joy in a truly unforgettable way.”
The only problem is that the entire thing consists of untruths, some a bit hidden, others more blatant. We have all known for some time that the sex-abolition industry lies about sex. It turns out that it lies about, well, pretty much everything else too. This is all just part of the industry’s efforts to persuade everyone that “trans” is a decades-long civil rights struggle. It’s historical revisionism at its finest.
I did not start this piece thinking that it would be a series. However, the more I dug into the timeline, the more lies I found and I realized that the project was going to be more ambitious than I had initially thought. This is Part 1. Buckle in.
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