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“On the one hand it’s tempting to ignore her, and not to give her a greater platform, but at the same time if we didn’t stand up to bullies then they would just continue bullying.
"Her comments are grossly offensive, quite ludicrous and very, very out of date and out of line with the current way that the trans community is progressing.
January is a big month for trans fans of DC Comics, as one of the iconic brand’s writers has come out as transgender, and the latest issue of Detective Comics pulls back the cape on Batman’s support for a mysterious new character, who just happens to be trans. Victoria October, an unorthodox scientist in charge of a quarantined zone of Gotham City that she calls, Of course, October isn’t the first transgender character in mainstream comic books.
That honor fell to Batgirl’s roommate, Alysia Yeoh, who came out as trans to Barbara Gordon, in a tearful exchange in April 2013. October is treated more as an afterthought, a commentary, as she makes her first appearance with Batman and Batwoman, who next month will be the star of her own, new standalone comic book. The newest ally of Batman isn’t defined by her trans identity.
In fact, if you’re not one of the people whose existence is validated by the character’s story…
there’s a good chance you wouldn’t even notice it,” wrote Andrew Dyce. October as the woman she appears to be is a best-case scenario – and all that would be hoped for, in life, as in fiction.” October hints at Batman’s acceptance in two frames, one alluding to their knowledge of each other pre-transition, and the next one marking her gratitude that the Caped Crusader would send her a card after she came out, marking Batman forever as a trans ally.
Transgender Victoria (TGV) work with and for, the trans and gender diverse (TGD) community as well as its allies, to create positive change in areas that impact the human rights of TGD people.Germaine Greer - a leading feminist who has been a source of inspiration for more than 45 years - has defended her claims that transgender women "can’t be women", saying "just because you lop off your penis..doesn't make you a woman".The Australian born academic, 76, was due to give a talk at Cardiff University next month but cancelled of her own accord after a number of activists protested against her repeated derogatory comments about trans women and branded her a ‘misogynist’.and I remember not knowing which one I wanted to be,” she said. ’ moment when I realized that I didn’t have to be a man and I didn’t have to be a woman, I didn’t have to be either of these things, and that I could just be me.” Courtney went on to say she doesn’t specifically identify as genderqueer or genderfluid, but that “those terms helped me get to a place where I didn’t need labels any more.“There were other occurrences throughout my twenties where people who in no way were trying to attack or insult me asked me questions about my gender, and I just got really aggressive about it.” It wasn’t until Courtney met Chaz Bono during a taping of that she learned the concept of “genderqueer.” “I had just explained to him my concept of my gender, and he said, ’I hear what you’re saying, but what about this idea? I was like, ’Oh, I’m just me.'” She goes on to say she identifies as male but is “close to the middle…