I have long said that feminism and "transgenderism" are on a crash course. They cannot really coexist under the umbrella of the same ideology. Liberalism cannot put forward the notion that a woman's reproductive organs afford her certain entitlements and special rights while at the same time putting forward the notion that a woman's reproductive organs are not essential aspects of her womanhood. Liberalism especially cannot claim that men have no business formulating opinions about women's issues due to our lack of a vagina while at the same time claiming that men can actually be women despite our lack of a vagina.
Either a woman's anatomy means something or it doesn't. Either men can intrude into spaces that are uniquely feminine or they cannot. Either our bodies are inherent to our identity or they are not. It's impossible to answer "both" to any of these questions. It's even more impossible to answer "both" to all three of them.
So, what's it going to be? If the feminists are right about everything, then the "transgender rights" advocates are wrong about everything. And if the "transgender rights" advocates are right about everything, then feminists are wrong about most things. And, at any rate, their movement is entirely moot. If men can be women and women can be men and our bodies are incidental shells arbitrary containing our true identity, an identity that is fluid and changeable from moment to moment, then it makes no sense to me an activist for women's issues. There can be no women's issues because, in effect, there are no women. There are just people who happen to have a certain shell, but the shell doesn't matter.
Which is it, liberals? Choose. You can't have it both ways. You can be wrong about one or wrong about both (bingo), but what you cannot be -- what you absolutely CANNOT be -- is right about both.
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