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Feminist writer blasts Twitter for locking page over ‘hateful conduct.’ She said ‘men aren’t women.’

Twitter chastises a Canadian journalist for saying that men aren't women. (Image source: YouTube screenshot)

Meghan Murphy, Canadian feminist and journalist, revealed Thursday that Twitter temporarily suspended her account for what they considered to be her "hateful conduct."

Her "crime?" Saying that "men aren't women" in a discussion with other Twitter users.

What are the details?

Revealing Twitter's apparent bias, Murphy wrote, wrote, "This is f***ing bulls**t @twitter. I'm not allowed to say that men aren't women or ask questions about the notion of transgenderism at all anymore? That a multi billion dollar company is censoring BASIC FACTS and silencing people who ask questions about this dogma is INSANE."

Murphy is an outspoken feminist who has been opposed to a Canadian bill that would make gender identity and expression part of the law.

Murphy later added, "What ARE we allowed to say here??? How tf is simply saying 'men aren't women' hateful??? I am losing my godd**ned mind over this. Enjoy your brave new world, sjws. Here's your f***ing social justice."

"I'm assuming my account is going to get locked again simply for speaking about this," she added. "But this is not f***ing ok and I'm not going to let it go silently."

Murphy went on to reveal that trans activists have been targeting her online for her outspoken notion that women simply don't have penises.

"Trans activists have been targeting my account for a few months now," she wrote. "Either someone at Twitter or with an in at Twitter has been combing through old tweets and reporting them for 'hateful conduct.' Twitter seems to instantly shut my account down without a second thought."

Murphy went on to question if Twitter was attempting to ban all users with similar opinions, or if just she was a target for suspension.

"Are you going to ban every single user on here who says 'men aren't women'?? Actually??? @Twitter Or are you just going out of your way to specifically silence ME?" Murphy complained.

Murphy appeared before the Canadian Senate in 2017 to voice her opposition to the proposed legislation, Bill C-16.

"Treating gender as though it is either internal or a personal choice is dangerous and completely misunderstands how and why women are oppressed under patriarchy as a class of people," Murphy said in her remarks in front of the Senate. "The rights of women and girls are being pushed aside to accommodate a trend."

(H/T: The Daily Wire)

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