Censored by Trans Activists: Staying in the Same Town as My Ex – by Christine Benvenuto

Does this narcissism and anger sound familiar to you?

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Censorship-

The following essay was posted on the Jewish parenting site Kveller on Dec 3 2012. Within hours, the author’s ex-husband apparently started a campaign on Facebook to bully the author, and the website, into removing her writing. The essay is a holiday time reflection from a woman sharing her thoughts and feelings about remaining in the same small town as her ex-husband and some of the challenges this presents for her. Nothing in the piece is particularly critical of her ex. It is more of a personal reflection of some of her thoughts and experiences.

Nonetheless, within hours, her ex-husband was able to mobilize hundreds of people to complain about the publishing of his ex-wife’s writing.

On what basis?

Her ex-husband is a powerful man. He is a tenured college professor at Yeshiva University, and an author. He has a lot of friends. But more importantly, he is a transgender…

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One thought on “Censored by Trans Activists: Staying in the Same Town as My Ex – by Christine Benvenuto

  1. Thank you, once again, “PoPo,” you have nailed this condition. It is NOT “trans,” it is NOT “enfemme,” it is NOT even being “CD,” it is out and out NARCISSISM, on a massive, politicized scale. Hyper masculine rage out there for all to see. And for those of us, who are no longer afraid, to call them out on. Too bad one of the first rules of therapy is not to challenge peoples’ delusions. It just further enrages them. The emperor(s) have NO CLOTHES. :-/

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