Interesting – public assets may not be used by people I disagree with

Today’s one is against Glasgow Women’s Library, which declined to host a meeting of an anti-trans hate group as the library is proudly inclusive of all women. The predictable result was a flood of abusive messages that’s still ongoing. This isn’t the first time the library has been under sustained social media attack for simply being trans-inclusive; previous ones ran on for months.

Can’t let the people who pay for something use it of course now, can we? The point of taxation being to pluck all for the benefit of the elite that do GoodThink.

11 thoughts on “Interesting – public assets may not be used by people I disagree with”

  1. When you think about it, it’s pretty amazeballs how the natural enemy of the tranny is… women. All that effort to squeeze their big saggy mantits onto corsets and they end up locked in an existential struggle with middle aged lesbians. HG Wells was way off with his Morlocks and Eloi scenario if you ask me, the future is men in clown makeup screaming autistically at geriatric rugmunchers… forever.

    My natural enemy is pumas.

  2. Not sure that Jesus can be a man and a god, albeit Augustus had the same idea, maybe a man then a god. Not sure anyone gives a toss anymore the heresy hunters have moved on to more challenging theologies.

  3. “Today’s one is against Glasgow Women’s Library, which declined to host a meeting of an anti-trans hate group as the library is proudly inclusive of all women.”

    All women except those that don’t 100% accept the trans-lobby.

  4. Eh? I thought the evil Tories closed all the libraries a decade ago, in the name of austerity. How the hell did this one survive the chop?

  5. Vancouver library rented out a meeting space for a talk by a feminist who is of the trans-women aren’t real women and as a result they were banned from participating in the Pride Parade and generally slammed by the left.
    They did point out that as a public service they are not allowed to block bookings from any legitimate organisation as it would be govt restricting free speech, but didn’t stop the outrage

  6. With no insight or sense of irony, she titled her piece justifying some taxpayers being excluded from tax-funded venues “I DEMAND RIGHTS FOR ME, BUT NOT FOR THEE”

    This is what a dippy tart looks like.

  7. One of my summer vac jobs included the occasional duty of mopping the floors in the bogs of a country pub/hotel.

    There was typically no piss on the floor of the women’s bogs. So on behalf of floor-moppers I argue for keeping fake women out.

    When did The Labour Party give up its claim that it spoke for floor-moppers?

  8. I’m surprised, dearieme. Everything I’ve heard from people who had to do janitorial work suggests that the ladies’ room generally winds up a bigger mess than the men’s room.

    (I only had to mop a ladies’ room once during a summer job 30 years ago, so I don’t have enough evidence to compare.)

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