In the year 2023, it now takes a molecular geneticist to explain why men are men and women are women, and therefore the two should not share spaces, such as
. But she did it amazingly well.
This clip is from a discussion at UC Berkeley held by
. Boghossian is a philosopher and author, whose bio states he is
"executing a blueprint to push back illiberalism,"
aimed at restoring free speech as a non-partisan value, and revealing
"the implications of far-left ideological takeover."
So he sounds like a pretty cool guy.
Boghossian asked the participants if trans women should be legally treated as women. One participant strongly disagreed, another agreed, and a third disagreed. The one who "strongly disagreed" is a female molecular geneticist and the based hero of the clip.
"Being male or being female is a developmental process. You can't go backwards. So you can't change your sex [...] And the truth is that currently in California prisons, and prisons in other parts of the country, women are getting impregnated by other 'women'."
She explained how, after World War II, rules were put in place to keep women and men in separate prisons due to the high risk of violence against women.
"It's so sad that women have internalized misogyny to the point where the man's comfort takes precedence over the woman's safety. There's a reason why they don't want to be in men's prisons. Because men beat each other to death."
"Internalized misogyny" has been co-opted as a feminzai term, but I suggest we reclaim it as the definition this lady provided to us. Because that's really what it is - giving away
, and even
reserved for biological women, to biological men. What could be more anti-woman than that?