What took place at Gallus Mag's expense is an act of malice.
Let's be clear about this: I have no idea who "Gallus Mag" is, so the reports of her alleged outing or doxing by trans activists cannot be confirmed or denied. I cannot trust the source.
The only thing I know is those trans activists are doubling down in their certainty they've identified someone they claim is a anti transgender terrorist, while Gallus Mag has been co-opting a famous line from the movie Spartacus, imagining herself, or himself to be a roman gladiator leading an army of rebels in opposition to transgenderism to sell a t-shirt.
As a controversial blogger and activist who himself has had personal information published online, much of it with the intent to enforce collective guilt and blacklisting, I probably won't be blogging about this at all had Gallus Mag come out of the closet and openly expose transgenderism for what it really is: A dangerous ideology.
But I am anyway, because transgenderism is indeed just that and there really shouldn't be anyone hiding.
And, once again, in anticipation, maybe, of having Gallus Mag or one of her supporters making their way onto my blog or social media and accuse me of victim blaming, I'm not.
The people involved in the outing or doxing claim, and this is a quote:
"The trans community has been terrorized by blogger Gallusmag of GenderTrender for the last several years. She has been one of the most vicious ones we have ever had to deal with."Really? Last I checked, it seems the ones doing the terrorizing are the transgender community, constantly waging oppression against those who don't subscribe to their ideology, the latter not based on reality.
And what is that ideology?
It's one that stipulates that one’s gender identity is not determined by one’s biological organs. Thus a “female” might have male organs, and a “male” could have female organs and become pregnant. That logic alone should have been enough to send these people out of our community - the same way that was done for other special interests whom proved to be danger and or burden to the gay rights movement - but thanks to gay bloggers such as Pam Spaulding and Bil Browning, we've been forced to accept transgenders as being the real thing; our suspension of disbelief required as a moral imperative.
Anyone who says disagrees...well, this is what happens.