Category Archives: Transphobia and prejudice

Counter-realities: The practice of denialism in transphobia

If you’ve been following Gender Analysis for any length of time, you might have noticed a common theme: We address and refute arguments for transphobic positions. Almost universally, this is not very challenging at all, and it mostly just involves … Continue reading

Posted in Awareness building, Hoaxes, More Trans, Rhetoric, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Reclaiming our transgender sexualities

Consider this: How do you feel sexy when half of the country thinks you rape people in public bathrooms? As a trans woman, it’s staggering to think about just how much of my sexual existence has been defined and circumscribed … Continue reading

Posted in Media, Sexuality, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , , | 8 Comments

Gender Analysis: Zinnia Argues With People

One of the most persistently frustrating things in my experience of YouTube has been the repeated claim that I’ve somehow refused or neglected to engage with opposing arguments. This is mystifying to me because the entire history of my coverage … Continue reading

Posted in Awareness building, Feminism, Hoaxes, Rhetoric, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Lisa Selin Davis’ Child Is (Not) Transgender

By Heather McNamara Lisa Selin Davis would like us to know that her daughter is not transgender. Her daughter is a tomboy thankyouverymuch. Lisa would like us to know that she is super tolerant and loves it that her daughter … Continue reading

Posted in Gender dysphoria, Trans youth, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Playboy’s puff piece on intellectually dishonest Blaire White

Previously: Transgender youth fact check: Blaire White is wrong, What are the odds you’ll stop harassing trans kids?, Debunking hypothetical arguments about youth transition “Intellectual dishonesty”. This is the phrase that’s been on my mind since reading the recent profile of … Continue reading

Posted in Media, Replies, Rhetoric, Trans youth, Transphobia and prejudice | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment