Transgenderism: A Pathogenic Meme
The idea that one’s sex is a feeling, not a fact, has permeated our culture and is leaving casualties in its wake. Gender dysphoria should be treated with psychotherapy, not surgery.
For forty years as the University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School—twenty-six of which were also spent as Psychiatrist in Chief of Johns Hopkins Hospital—I’ve been studying people who claim to be transgender. Over that time, I’ve watched the phenomenon change and expand in remarkable ways.....
Transgender woman, 24, accused of bludgeoning two innocent people with an axe at a 7-Eleven was born as a boy named Karl - but had a sex change two years ago in Thailand to become Evie
- Evie Amati, 24, allegedly attacked two people with an axe at a Sydney 7-Eleven
- She was denied bail and charged with two counts of grievous bodily harm
- In 2015, Ms Amati had a sex change operation and changed from Karl to Evie
- She travelled to Thailand for the op after years of identifying as a transgender
- UPDATE: Amati's charges were upgraded to attempted murder
- Lawyer blamed combination of sex change drugs and antidepressants for attack
- Do you know more? Email email@example.com
The ADB has ruled we have to love baby rape, if the perpetrator is gay. So I guess an axe-murder is just as bad and we need to respect gay axe-murder's too now, as well as satanic pedophiles right you @nodiscrim filthy lesbian pedophiles?
Garry Burns has threatened to kill and rape my daughter and is now soliciting for my address on his Facebook and getting Vietnamese faggots to stalk me. With news like this coming in, nobody is safe from the mental illness that is Tranny-ism and homosexuality that was never properly removed from the DSM-III as a mental illness (I have the paperwork). BOYS BEWARE!
Garry Burns has supported Bridgette Fell a violent Crazy Tranny that Downed A British Airlines plane in a crazy mid-air attack so he probably supports this axe-murdering tranny too:
I understand that ex-cop (due to faggot media attacks lead by the boylover and Catherine Burn and her underlings in PSC) Brendon Ritson is suing the boylover into oblivion for claiming that he outed a criminal tranny who was in the newspapers for downing a friggen 747 for fucks sake, which is a crime of "releasing private information a secret tranny that is in the papers for being a tranny". Oh where have I heard this before? Oh yeah of course 60C NSW CRIMES ACT , crime of knowing a secret gay cop is gay (Tui Ormsby) who is in the papers for same-sex domestic violence almost occasioning in DEATH! See that Criminal dyke NSW HOMOCOP exposed in this video.
7 grand and rising....
Letters and CommentsPOLICE PROBLEMS � SSO � April 28, 2009
I refer to the article in SSO 967, �Police review trans policy�.
This case is not about the need to incorporate more information for police on issues to deal better with transgenders. It is about alleged police misconduct.
The problem with the New South Wales Police Force (NSWPF) is it never addresses the real issue involving the conduct of its officers.
Commissioner for Police Andrew Scipione needs to get his house in order by taking a good look at the make-up of his police force.
What about the hardship suffered by Ms Fell, having to spend two weeks in hospital?
If the NSWPF continue to dish the NSW public up these slops they might as well round us all up and put us in a pen ready for slaughter.
Perhaps Commissioner Scipione should call it quits, go home, put his socks on and sit in front of the fire and read a few mystery novels.
� Gary Burns
Ed. Even though this comment is in response to an appalling transphobic incident, it does highlight the overarching problem of police misconduct, and the homophobic/transphobic attitudes and lack of integrity by some members of the NSW Police Force.
Here is the details on the other Tranny that Garry Burns says we all must respect after they nearly forced an early landing of an international flight on the way back from the sex change. How very "lady-like" of him. Oh vey...
IT wasn't ladylike - or even gentlemanly - behaviour.
Brigette Fell's angry and violent outburst on British Airways flight BA009 on her way home to Sydney, after undergoing sex change surgery in London, left a passenger and two crew members nursing their wounds and other passengers afraid and distressed.
The incident in December 2002 may well have ended there, except for a series of unrelated events that meant the ramifications of Fell's in-flight conduct are still being felt.
The District Court this month overturned the convictions of police constables Brendan Ritson and Tyrone Stacey for breaching privacy laws by telling Fell's unsuspecting then boyfriend Garrick Jacobson that he was, in fact, in a relationship with a man.
"You're rooting a bloke," Constable Ritson told Jacobson.
Lawyers for the policemen successfully argued they had not told Jacobson anything that was not already in the public arena.
Judge Anthony Blackmore found that when Fell appeared in court to plead guilty to four counts of assault after the London flight, the court had been told "that she was or had been male" and courts are open to the public.
However, the judge rejected the argument that the two officers had been acting in the course of their duty when they embarrassed and humiliated Jacobson.
He ruled that the officers had been doing so for their own gratification because it could not be "within their official functions to humiliate a suspect".
Constable Stacey is now back at work, rejoining Harbourside Local Area Command last Monday. Constable Ritson is still on suspension and his lawyer Simon Mitchell yesterday had no comment on whether he would be returning to work.
For the first time, the whole story of this notorious case can be told.
In September 2006, Jacobson, 28, ended up at Surry Hills police station after being arrested on suspicion of stealing liquor from the Carrington Hotel.
Judge Blackmore said there was evidence that it was then common knowledge to people in Sydney's gay haven of Oxford St, and among police officers, that Fell had been a man who had a sex change.
Fell, 34, had three previous convictions for assault and had sought police help on occasions when she herself was attacked.
Jacobson had been going out with Fell for three weeks when Constable Ritson told him his girlfriend was a man. Jacobson later said that he was "disgusted, disturbed, distressed and felt deceived" at the revelation.
The officers downloaded Fell's police report and a photograph and showed it to Jacobson. "See, he's a guy," Ritson told him.
Police had been aware of domestic violence incidents between Jacobson and Fell in the previous two days and Constable Stacey tried to calm him down.
But Jacobson went to her house, woke her up and bashed her. She spent several days in hospital.
The two officers were suspended on full pay until they were convicted two years ago under the rarely-used Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act. Since then, they had been suspended without pay.
They appealed and Judge Blackmore found earlier this month that while the legislation was designed to protect an individual's privacy, in this case Fell had already revealed in open court in 2003 that she was born a man.
Fell had told the court at that time that she was on prescription drugs and remembered nothing of her behaviour on the plane, which involved smashing the man sitting next to her over the head with an empty wine bottle, then punching him with a closed fist.
Read the report on the District Court's decision to overturn the convictions of two police constables