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Why "deadname" when you can call him a muderer?
« on: July 11, 2021, 04:56:35 PM »

https://news.yahoo.com/transphobic-abuse-hurled-caitlyn-jenner-095436808.html

So "deadnaming" is calling a trans person their name they left behind rather than their new chosen name.

I see far worse things to go after Jenner for than trans stuff though.  Vehicular manslaughter, for starters.  He slammed into a car in front of him, causing it to veer into oncoming traffic and the driver was killed. 

Courtroom video recreation of the crash (Jenner was driving the Escalade SUV with a trailer):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9hA8D4k2_4

Shortly after this crash, Jenner went down the trans path.  Perhaps to deliberately take attention away from the vehicular manslaughter charges?

Either way, I don't see Jenner as a reputable candidate for California Governor.  He's a negligent driver and murderer at best, mentally unhinged and compromised manic at worst.
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Re: Why "deadname" when you can call him a muderer?
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2021, 05:22:19 PM »

https://news.yahoo.com/transphobic-abuse-hurled-caitlyn-jenner-095436808.html

So "deadnaming" is calling a trans person their name they left behind rather than their new chosen name.

I see far worse things to go after Jenner for than trans stuff though.  Vehicular manslaughter, for starters.  He slammed into a car in front of him, causing it to veer into oncoming traffic and the driver was killed. 

Courtroom video recreation of the crash (Jenner was driving the Escalade SUV with a trailer):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9hA8D4k2_4

Shortly after this crash, Jenner went down the trans path.  Perhaps to deliberately take attention away from the vehicular manslaughter charges?

Either way, I don't see Jenner as a reputable candidate for California Governor.  He's a negligent driver and murderer at best, mentally unhinged and compromised manic at worst.

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Re: Why "deadname" when you can call him a muderer?
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2021, 05:33:13 PM »


Either way, I don't see Jenner as a reputable candidate for California Governor.  He's a negligent driver and murderer at best, mentally unhinged and compromised manic at worst.

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Re: Why "deadname" when you can call him a muderer?
« Reply #3 on: July 11, 2021, 07:20:23 PM »


Shortly after this crash, Jenner went down the trans path.  Perhaps to deliberately take attention away from the vehicular manslaughter charges?

Either way, I don't see Jenner as a reputable candidate for California Governor.  He's a negligent driver and murderer at best, mentally unhinged and compromised manic at worst.

It's pretty much established that he/she/it was already fairly well along the trans path at the time of the accident, but he/she/it hadn't come out yet as trans.

Murderer? Probably not. Vehicular manslaughter, absolutely. He caused an accident that resulted in someone's dying. I don't think he intended to kill anyone, so I don't see murder as being an any way appropriate.

Governor? Nope.

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Re: Why "deadname" when you can call him a muderer?
« Reply #4 on: July 11, 2021, 09:09:30 PM »

Not to mention he dresses like a woman and insists on being called Caitlyn.
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