I'm not surprised. After all, this does follow a disturbing pattern I've been seeing repeatedly when one deals with homophobic transgender activists. Someone writes a column or blog or makes a statement critical of transgenderism, and then the homophobic transgender activists fight back by engaging in a character attacks, and then person folds like a cheap suit.
I tell that someone to stand their ground and I get blocked.
I don't get it. No, actually, I do get it.
Apparently I must be confused on what it means to stand their ground; I thought it was to stand your ground and maintain your position after someone has expressed their displeasure. I had no idea it meant blocking someone on Twitter because the internet is a coward's paradise.
Whatever; despite this latest setback, I reject the term "cisgender" and agree with everything he wrote; And I believe strongly transgenders should get out of the LGB. We don't tolerate anti-gays and ex-gays, and anyone who advocate against marriage equality. It's beyond me why we as a community are making an exception for the rule for a community of individuals who demand we accept their emotional and psychological malfunctions.
Another blogger once told me, there are activists, the ones who become activists out of those unforeseen events that dumped their life, or the life of a friend or loved one, down the toilet, and then you have activists who cut and run when the baggage that propels one to fight instead of quit is compromised or exploited.
And that has certainly been the case with whole nonsense regarding tranny and cisgender and the gay and lesbian community.
Hell hath no fury like a homophobic trans woman with a penis scorned.