Did the National Women’s March call for ‘Pussy Power’ harm Penis havers?

In the light of the Women’s March, there was a few issues that many women felt was overlooked. One of them had to do with intersectionality of race while the other had to do with leaving certain women out. According to one of GenderTrender’s recent posts, many trans women complained on Twitter that the Women’s March overlooked them and their plight. Though I do believe that their concerns are valid, I believe that what they are saying is actually erasing the whole point of the Women’s March.

The Women’s March was created for women of all races to protest Donald Trump’s administration’s attack on women’s reproductive rights. Many women feared that, since he promised his supporters in his campaign to defund Planned Parenthood as an adage to repeal Obamacare, he will lower their access to birth control, mammograms, and other essentials needed to sustain women’s health. Unfortunately, their fears has been confirmed when Trump signed an legislation that ended women’s access to free birth control. Though women can still find ways to access birth control, there are some women that fear losing coverage of birth control under their insurance plan. Women not being protected in the workforce or being harassed in public are other issues that affect women. Such issues are the culprit that sparked the advocacy of the Women’s March to be implemented around the country.

On the other hand, trans women do go through some of the issues that women go through with transphobia on top of it all . But their biologically genetic makeup is still male and they are socialized as males before transitioning into women. Trans women can’t possibly understand everything that natal born women go through because of genetic and biological differences between the two. Part of this is why they couldn’t fanthom why women were discussing their vaginas because most of them don’t know how it is like to have vaginas or have their vaginas controlled by the government. I believe that these tweets by trans women just shows how some of them miss the point of the Women’s March. It is unfortunate how many trans women claim to be women but express the same entitled attitudes about women’s anatomy and having access to women’s spaces that misogynistic men have.

Though I do believe that the Women’s March is a step in the right direction regarding addressing women’s reproductive rights, I do believe that many trans women should understand the repercussions of having a vagina. Especially having a vagina in a society that seeks to control it for it’s own benefit.

GenderTrender

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3 thoughts on “Did the National Women’s March call for ‘Pussy Power’ harm Penis havers?

    • I don’t particularly dislike trans women but I believe that many of them display entitled and misogynistic attitudes regarding women’s reproductive issues and having access to women’s spaces.

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      • nogmaals, met smetvrees had het niets te maken. Soms is het niet zo interessant dat het bij iemand anders &#n8s6;a2der1’ is of gaat. Soms kun je ook gewoon naar de ander luisteren. Maar dat zijn allemaal geen regels. Dat moet je zelf een beetje invoelen. Dus vertel je verhalen maar .

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