WDI USA's Gender Abolition Tour
Next stop: Portland OR
November 16, 2023
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This year, Women’s Declaration International USA (WDI USA) has been on a gender abolition tour. We’ve been to California, Florida, NYC, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.
Here is some footage of our San Francisco event, where we were very calmly giving speeches in support of lesbians, and a trantifa mob stood by chanting things like “NO TERFS, NO KKK, NO FASCIST USA,” impeding the rights of regular people to access City Hall, and antagonizing the police.
The entire “trans” movement hates women and it really hates lesbians.
The next stop on the tour is Portland, Oregon, where we’ll use our voices to protect women and children from male violence.
Predictably, trantifa has responded to our call to use our voices to protect women and children from male violence with, well, threats of violence:
The tomato juice is presumably a reference to a time in New Zealand when they dumped a can of tomato soup on UK women’s rights activist Kellie-Jay Keen (who, as you can see, was not cowed).
They like to throw pies at us too. Last December, when we were standing up for incarcerated women, they threw pies and raw eggs at our heads.
Credit: The Epoch Times
Excellent video of the Oakland action can be seen here.
In the image above (containing the trantifa threats), there’s a little note with an arrow pointing to the burrito that says, “this is what we do to you.” I guess they intend to turn us into burritos? Maybe they mean they will eat us? Hard to say.
As I say in my new book The Reckoning:
I have never in my life experienced the type of woman-hatred, vitriol, or fury that comes from “trans” activism. I frequently speak up for the rights of women and girls as a sex class and am told that I am “transphobic,” that I need to kill myself or “die in a fire.” People (mostly men, but also plenty of women) who champion “trans” show up to women’s rights rallies armed with bats and batons, threatening to kill women. This has happened time and again, all over the U.S. and in other countries like the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Australia, and New Zealand. The push-back against women and girls can be vicious and, often, disgusting. In England, “trans” activists have dumped large bottles of urine at the Equality and Human Rights Commission building in London because that agency had issued guidance concerning the importance of maintaining single-sex spaces. In August 2023 in Portland, Oregon, a man named Vivian allegedly smashed and defecated in the car of a 17-year-old girl and later told police that he did it because the girl was “transphobic.” I have attended many pro-abortion rallies where anti-abortion protesters have screamed that I am a “witch” and a “baby killer” and that I am “going to hell.” Not one of them has ever actually threatened to kill me, though. I can’t say the same for “trans” activists, who have.
We are in communication with venue staff and local law enforcement. We hope to have a successful speaking event inside the venue where we have booked a room, but if we have to, we’ll give our talks outside the venue. Women have the same First Amendment rights that everyone else has and Article 4 of the Declaration on Women’s Sex-Based Rights reaffirms women’s rights to freedom of opinion and expression. We’re not afraid to exercise them, and that’s what we intend to do.