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WIKIPEDIA: The 2017 Women’s March were a series of political rallies that took place in cities around the world on January 21, 2017, to promote women’s rights, immigration reform, and LGBTQ rights; and to address racial inequities, workers’ issues, Black Lives Matter, and environmental issues. The protests targeted Donald Trump and many of his positions which have been deemed anti-women.
The first protest was planned in Washington, D.C., and was known as the Women’s March on Washington. The Women’s March was organized as a grassroots movement and took place on the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20. It aimed to "send a bold message to our new administration on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are human rights",[12] and drew an estimated three times as many people as the inauguration. The march was streamed live in Washington, D.C., on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Marches occurred worldwide, with 408 marches planned in the U.S. and 168 in other countries. Officials behind the organization later told of 673 marches worldwide, with 20 in Mexico and 29 in Canada. The march drew at least half a million in D.C. alone, and several million worldwide.

Background
Organizers initiated plans for the march on November 9, 2016, the day after Election Day. Founders organized the march in reaction to Trump’s campaign rhetoric, which they found divisive, racist, and misogynistic.
Teresa Shook of Hawaii created a Facebook event and invited 40 of her friends to march on Washington to protest Trump’s election. Similar Facebook pages created by Evvie Harmon, Fontaine Pearson, Bob Bland, Breanne Butler, and others quickly led to thousands of women signing up to march. Harmon, Pearson, and Butler decided to unite their efforts and consolidate their pages, beginning the official Women’s March on Washington. To ensure that the march was led by women of differing races and backgrounds, Vanessa Wruble, co-founder and Head of Campaign Operations, brought on Tamika D. Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour to serve as National Co-Chairs alongside Bob Bland.
Organizers stated the march was not intended to target Trump but was "more about being proactive about women’s rights", and, more broadly, "a stand on social justice and human rights issues ranging from race, ethnicity, gender, religion, immigration and healthcare".
Originally billed as the "Million Women March",[30] the organizers eventually chose to call the event the Women’s March on Washington after the March on Washington, a historic civil rights rally on the Mall where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech. The rally will also pay tribute to the 1997 Million Woman March in Philadelphia, in which hundreds of thousands of African American women are said to have participated.

Speakers and attendees
The official list of speakers included Cecile Richards; Ilyasah Shabazz; Janet Mock; LaDonna Harris; Janelle Monae; Maryum Ali; Rabbi Sharon Brous; Sister Simone Campbell; Sophie Cruz; America Ferrera; Angela Davis; Gloria Steinem; Ashley Judd; Scarlett Johansson; Melissa Harris-Perry; Michael Moore; Randi Weingarten; Van Jones; Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner; Roslyn Brock; Muriel Bowser, Mayor of the District of Columbia; and Ai-jen Poo.
Celebrities including Amy Schumer, Samantha Bee, Olivia Wilde, and Lupita Nyong’o declared their intention to attend the march. On January 10, organizers announced that America Ferrera would serve as chair of the "Artist Table", and Chelsea Handler, Zendaya, Rowan Blanchard, Katy Perry, Madonna and Cher would participate. Anne-Marie Slaughter, president of New America and former Director of Policy Planning at the US state department attended the New York City march. John Kerry, US Secretary of State under Obama was seen attending the march in Washington with his dog Ben.

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Transgender Activists Upset Over ‘White Cis Women March’ Women’s march ‘dangerous space’ with ‘oppressive message’ that ‘having a vagina is essential to womanhood’
BY: Elizabeth Harrington, January 23, 2017 4:10 pm

Transgender activists are upset that the women’s march over the weekend was not inclusive to biological men who identify as women, as the protest presented an “oppressive message” that having a “vagina is essential to womanhood.”
Saturday’s event to oppose the inauguration of Donald Trump was largely a “white cis women march,” with too many pictures of female reproductive organs and pink hats, according to trans women and “nonbinary” individuals interviewed by Mic.com.
A fight is brewing between “trans-exclusionary radical feminists,” or “TERFs,” and transwomen, according to the article, “How the Women’s March’s ‘genital-based’ feminism isolated the transgender community.”
The women’s march had an over-reliance on slogans and posters depicting gender norms, like using pink to represent women and girls, said some transgender activists who boycotted the march.
“The main reason I decided not to go was because of the pussy hats,” said one transwoman from California. “I get that they’re a response to the ‘grab them by the pussy’ thing, but I think some people fixated on it the wrong way.”
“I believe there’s a lot of inequality that has to do with genitals—that’s not something you can separate from the feminist movement,” the transwoman added. “But I feel like I’ve tried to get involved in feminism and there’s always been a blockade there for trans women.”
The “saturation of vagina-related messages and imagery,” such as a giant hand-knit uterus, “set the tone for a march that would focus acutely on genitalia at the expense of the transgender community,” writes Mic.com staff writer Marie Solis.
The signs referencing Trump’s infamous comments made on a hot mic during an Access Hollywood taping more than a decade ago were too heteronormative, trans activists said.
Signs that said “Pussy grabs back,” “Resistance is Fertile,” and “Pussy Power” sent a “clear and oppressive message to trans women, especially: having a vagina is essential to womanhood.”
The article explained that transwomen are weary of “trans-exclusionary radical feminists.” “TERFs” are people who “equate womanhood with having a vagina” or feminists who “argue trans women are actually men in disguise trying to infiltrate their spaces.”
Mic.com also quoted a “nonbinary” individual—a person who does not identify with either male or female, has multiple gender identities, or a gender identity that changes over time, among other things—whose girlfriend is still a biological male.
“For 20-year-old Sam Forrey, a nonbinary student in Ohio, and their girlfriend Lilian McDaniel, who is trans, there had been other warning signs that the Women’s March might be a dangerous space for them,” according to the article.
The couple was upset by the “genital-based womanhood” espoused by the women’s march.
“Since legally McDaniel’s sex is still male, she worried that if she were to be arrested she would be placed in a men’s jail, a concern she said always lingers at the back of her mind,” according to the article. “McDaniel said she’d planned on attending the march despite these fears—until she saw that people were using it as an excuse to invoke what she called ‘genital-based’ womanhood.”
“I think it ended up being a white cis women march,” McDaniel said.
Forrey added that the march—focusing too much on genitals—represented a “rigid, Western concept of gender.”
“This two-gender system, of course, is excluding of Forrey, too,” Solis wrote.

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Sorry About Your Dick: An Interview with Cathy Brennan Why Cathy Brennan Blocked Claire-Renee Kohner on Twitter and Facebook
Added by Claire-Renee Kohner on January 25, 2015.
Tags: Cathy Brennan, Claire-Renee Kohner, Gender Identity Watch, TERF, Transgender.

{note of planettransgender’s editor}: TERF isolation from mainstream feminism and the lesbian community was accelerated exponentially by Cathy Brennan’s ‘sorry for your dick’ images. TERF’s, excommunicated from mainstream society have since associated with right wing transphobic organizations such as Deep Green Resistance, even speaking on behalf of known hate groups

I remember the first time I saw my pretty little face on Gender Identity Watch. I was thrilled; it meant that I had finally written something worth getting the attention of the most feared blog on the internet by transgender women all over the world…well, the U.S. anyway. Since that early November 2014 appearance, I’ve been “featured” on their site two more times and relished each and every moment.

They like to tell you when you appear on their site. Tweets flood your notification box from @JenderFatigue with a simple link to what they believe is your mug shot. In my case, they used an incredibly high resolution picture of me looking cute and innocent; hardly the image of the gender fiend I was being made out to be.

According to their website, Gender Identity Watch is a blog devoted to tracking harmful legislation and case law that attempts to codify harmful “gender identity” into law and Cathy Brennan, the main force behind Gender Identity Watch , co-authored a letter to the United Nations insisting that the gender identity of Transgender people should not be recognized or protected legally.

Contributors to Gender Identity Watch felt that I had been unfair in not consulting them on a recent article I had written concerning violence in the trans community, thus erasing the female voice from my article. So to ameliorate their concerns, I was happy to contact Cathy Brennan through her blog and after a few exchanges she granted my request for an interview via email. With the exception of all link redirections having been removed, the following interview is Cathy Brennan’s unedited response to that article.

In terms of what you are trying to accomplish, how would you describe yourself?
I am an organizer for women.

When was G.I.W. created and what was the original intent of G.I.W.?
That’s on the blog.

Has the original intent of G.I.W. become something different today than when you started it?
No.

Do you believe that being transgender is a choice or do you support the studies built on Australia’s Prince Henry Institute that transgender is based on biology and genetics?
Gender is a social construct, external to people. Gender is not innate. As Lierre Keith has said, “Gender is not a binary. It is a hierarchy. It is global in its reach, it is sadistic in its practice, and it is murderous in its completion. Just like race, and just like class. Gender demarcates the geopolitical boundaries of the patriarchy—which is to say, it divides us in half. That half is not horizontal—it is vertical. And in case you missed this part, men are always on top.

Gender is not some cosmic yin/yang; it’s a fist, and the flesh that bruises. Okay? It is the mouth crushed shut, and the little girl who will never be the same. Gender is who gets to be human, and who gets hurt. And that has to be made very clear, because men know what they are capable of. They know. They know the sadism that they have built into their sex. So what they say to each other is “Do it to her. Not to me, the human being, but to her. The object. The thing”. So they have to make it very clear, both visually, and ideologically, who she is. So see, there she is, unable to walk. Or there she is, on display. Or there she is, um, you know, covered and secluded, for your eyes only.

And how much easier if you can say “God made her this way, to lie beneath me”. Or easier to say, “Nature made her this way, the thing with the hole”. Or, if you can say, “She made herself this way, the slut who asked for it”. Because we always ask for it. The rape, the battering, the poverty, the prostitution— even the murder. We asked for it.

Now, all of those practices in aggregate, those are what Andrea Dworkin named the barricade of sexual terrorism. And gender is what demarcates that boundary, very exactly. And this is really simple, people. Barricade. Women live inside the barricade of sexual terrorism. Men live outside the barricade of sexual terrorism. In fact, men built that barricade. Fist by fist, and f*ck by f*ck. It is exactly those violent violating practices that construct a class of people called “women”. That is what men do to break us, and to keep us broken. And that is what gender is: the breaking, and the broken.”

If you believe it [being transgender] is a choice, what do you have to back that up with? Also, then wouldn’t that make homosexuality a choice?
Yes. Sexual orientation is also a social construct. You are the one putting forth that these concepts are innate. You bear the burden of proving that. For evidence that Gender is a social construct, you can start with Cordelia Fine’s Delusions of Gender.
Do you still stand behind your 2011 letter to the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women? If so why?

Yes. Have you not even read the letter?

Yes I have, the crux of the letter reads:

«Specifically, the proliferation of legislation designed to protect “gender identity” and “gender expression” undermines legal protections for females vis-à-vis sex segregated spaces, such as female-only clubs, public restrooms, public showers, and other spaces designated as “female only.” Females require sex-segregated facilities for a number of reasons, chief among them the documented frequency of male sexual violence against females and the uniquely female consequence of unwanted impregnation resulting from this relatively common form of violence. Public policy, therefore, rationally permits sex segregation in certain settings where a reasonable expectation of privacy exists.»
SOURCE: “Gender identity” legislation and the erosion of sex-based legal protections for females Cathy Brennan and Elizabeth Hungerford, August 1, 2011

In a 2011 interview you stated, “We support the following definition of “gender identity – a person’s identification with the sex opposite her or his physiology or assigned sex at birth” However, on your site, you stated, “Claire Kohner is a Man who identifies as a Woman” when referring to me. This seems to contradict your statement of supporting a person’s gender identity.
No. Do you think passing laws requires someone to address you as you wish to be addressed? It doesn’t. You are in fact a man. A law doesn’t change that. If you want people to treat you in a certain way, you should be respectful to others. No one owes you a pronoun. And no one owes you their eyesight, their observations and their experiences of interacting with men our whole lives. I am more than happy to treat transwomen as they wish to be treated when they extend the same to me. That rarely happens online.
Also that definition is from the UN Letter. Have you not read that?

You have stated that “I am no longer willing to accept trans-women as anything other than men.” What made your views change so drastically from 2011?
The Cotton Ceiling. Transwomen calling lesbians bigots and transphobic for our sexuality is rape culture. I do not support rape culture movements. Transgenderism has sadly devolved into a rape culture movement with the goal of eradicating women’s ability to establish a boundary. We are being deprived of our ability to say “no.” Please consider all of my activism on this issue a loud, emphatic and very public “no.”

You seem to focus mainly on MTF transgender individuals, what are your views on FTM individuals?
No verbal answer – Pointed to a website

Are FTM, male or are they still woman? Are you willing to accept that trans-men are men? If so, then how can you not accept trans-woman are not woman?
No Verbal answer – Pointed to a website

Should FTM be allowed in woman’s spaces or should they be confined to men’s spaces?
See UN letter.

What I think personally is irrelevant. Laws are made to advance public policy and should protect people without harming others. FTMs in women’s space does not create any risk of harm because FTMs are female.

If not allowed in woman’s spaces…why?
Males should be excluded from spaces where vulnerable populations of women are confined to a space from which they cannot easily escape and where there is an expectation that women will need privacy (i.e., prisons, homeless shelters, DV shelters). FTM people are female. I am not aware of any case in which an FTM actively fought for inclusion in a men’s prison, for example. The reason for that is such a person would most certainly be raped in a men’s prison.

This whole conversation is necessary, in part, because of the GLBT community’s unwillingness to have an honest conversation about male violence. Transwomen activists do everything in their power to distance themselves from the fact that they are male. So, for example, Christopher Hambrook identified as Jessica and gained access to a women’s shelter, where he raped women. Transwomen activists claimed he wasn’t really transgender. Except, under the law, he was. Transwomen are male. If you weren’t male, there would be no need to transition. There’s no shame in being male and there’s also no shame in transitioning and living socially as a woman. But that transition doesn’t change material reality and shouldn’t require the entire world to cater to your preferred narrative.

If they are allowed in woman’s spaces, then should they [FTM] be excluded from men’s spaces?
You don’t seem to understand how anti-discrimination laws work. These laws allow an impacted person to assert a claim of discrimination based on the possession of certain characteristics. (i.e., race, sex, class, gender identity). I want to limit the class of people who can assert a claim of ‘gender identity’ discrimination to people who are on the path to transitioning. With regard to public accommodations that people can freely move in and out of (like bathrooms, locker rooms at a gym, changing rooms at a clothing store) nothing in an anti-discrimination law will require papers at the bathroom door. The ‘gender identity’ legislation discussed in the UN Letter specifically addresses civil rights causes of action for discrimination.

In most states it is not a crime, or even a statutory violation, to enter the bathroom designated for the sex opposite one’s own. This will not change.
No one can stop you from using whatever publicly accessible sex-segregated facility you want. We are simply arguing that no one should have an actionable right in court to claim that ‘gender identity’ discrimination trumps sex in sex-segregated spaces without some serious gating on the definition of ‘gender identity.’

Why would someone’s gender identity matter to you?
What matters to me personally is irrelevant. Gender identity matters, for example, when women are imposed upon to accommodate a man’s belief about himself. So, for example, it matters when female employees are required to provide intimate service to a male, as in the Kylie Jack case or female civilians are required to be patted down by a transwoman TSA guard or women and girls are forced to share intimate space with a male. These are instances where a man’s gender identity is imposing on women’s comfort. So far, there has been zero effort put towards addressing whether it’s reasonable to require women to touch or be touched by males in intimate settings. Instead, women are simply assumed to be objects who exist to accommodate what the trans-woman desires. This is wrong.

What do you feel you get out of posting photos and descriptions of trans-women on GIW?
What is this singular focus on what “I” get out of things, or what “I” personally believe. I am not a transgenderist. My politics aren’t navel gazing or narcissistic. We highlight public news stories and we also publish information about abusive people. Women have a right to consider public news stories. They also have a right to see that the “woman” harassing them online is actually a man.

What is your relationship with the Southern Poverty Law Center [SPLC]? There are documents online that suggest/assume that your past donations to SPLC were a quid pro quo for not having GIW listed as a hate group. Can you explain your relationship with them?
That’s false and if you believe that, I suggest you gather evidence to prove it. There are “documents online” that suggest all sorts of things. They are put online by known liars with an agenda.

I sent Cathy a link to the online documents and she responded:
That blog is run by a Man who has posted false information about me online for years. If that’s your source of reliable news, I suggest you need to go to a credible journalism school.

Title IX has paved the way for girls to play on boys athletic teams [in public schools] but does not allow for boys to play on girls teams. Do you consider this a double standard?
No.

Why?
Girls are born into second-class status because we are female, and our femaleness is held against us. This is the very basis of feminism. I support all measures to undo the systemic inequality women and girls face. I also support affirmative action and reparations for African-American people.

Let’s talk about the term TERF, to your knowledge, where did the term come from and how does this affect the feminist movement [if at all]?
TERF is a slur created by liberal straight feminists who believe in gender. Use of it marks you as an anti-gay MRA [Mens Rights Activist]

In an undated picture, you are wearing a Joy Division shirt, what’s you favorite Joy Division song?
Who has only one favorite Joy Division Song? Closer is the best JD album. ‘A Means to an End’ and ‘Colony’ are my favorite tracks in that record. There is a picture of me wearing it at Radfem Reboot in Portland, where I did a craft indicating my sorrow about the male penis in connection with sexual violence against women. As a rape survivor, expressing this sorrow is cathartic. Transwomen might be sorry about their dicks, but I guarantee you that you are not half as sorry as women who have been subjected to sexual violence are about them.

At the end of the day, I’m just really trying to understand why this [transgender identity] matters to you…how does this affect you? What would cause you to call people out on their gender identity when so few people care?
If this issue didn’t negatively impact women and girls, I wouldn’t ever think about it.
It is postmodern idea that one should only care about injustice if it “affects the individual.” I am not a post modernist. Material reality exists and women and girls are discriminated against globally because we are born female. Transgenderism impacts women & girls negatively socially, politically and legally, and has been wholly overlooked by groups that should care about women & girls. Indeed, women are told that even using the language that identifies our sex – the very basis on which we are subordinated – is oppressive or “cissexist.” So, for example, women aren’t supposed to talk about abortion as a women’s issue or FGM as something that happens to girls. This is wrong. Why don’t you care about that, since you are apparently so desperate to identify as a woman?

It’s easy to pick and choose quotes in this interview to throw back into Gender Identity Watch’s face. In response to a posting on the G.I.W. Facebook page concerning the patriarchy involved in the Butch Lesbian article by Vanessa Urquart, I responded with “No one owes you a pronoun” and quoted Ms. Brennan’s own words.

Tweet after tweet, post after post can be answered with, “no one owes you their eyesight, their observations and their experiences” or “Yes. Sexual orientation is also a social construct” when asked if homosexuality is a choice. The result of using her own words against her got me blocked by Cathy Brennan on Twitter and from leaving comments on Facebook.

Portions of this interview have run in various publications since I had my contact with Cathy Brennan and some in the trans community have accused me either sidling up to “the enemy” or selling out for a quick read but, there is a certain je ne sais quoi when you are trans-woman that has been blocked by Gender Identity Watch [as opposed to you blocking them]; I was told by a friend that if I was on Gender Identity Watch three times, I would get a free T-Shirt. Cathy, I’m still waiting for my shirt.

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5 —An Arch Supported on Ionic Columns Forms an Interesting Separation Between the Hall and Living-room The second storyis trimmed withchestnut, and con-contains four bed-rooms, two ofwhich are treatedwith ivory-whitepaint, while the re-maining two arefinished natural.The bathroom istiled, and it is fur-nished with porce-lain fixtures andexposed nickel-plated plumbing.The third story isalso trimmed withchestnut, and itcontains the serv-ants quarters andample storagespace. A cementedcellar contains a AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS February, 1907 hot-air furnace and fuel-rooms. Mr. Lawrence Visscher A lean-to roof falls gracefully over the porch of which Boyd, of Philadelphia, was the architect. it forms a covering. Mr. Lucas has given the lean-to effect In the designing of small houses of this character, it is in his roof lines, but he has omitted the towers and has well to remember that it has required considerable thought pierced the roof with dormer windows, broad in dimensions,

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