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“Save the Tomboys”: Gays Against Groomers Takes A Stand Against The Lie That Tomboys Are Inherently Transgender

“Save the Tomboys”: Gays Against Groomers Takes A Stand Against The Lie That Tomboys Are Inherently Transgender

“It’s okay to be a masculine girl or a feminine boy.”

Now that Elon Musk has taken official ownership of Twitter, the floodgates have opened. Everyone who was cancelled, banned, or otherwise wrongfully silenced on Twitter is speaking out. And one thing that has people completely outraged is the push by the radical left to groom children for sexual and political purpose in public (and private) schools.

For some reason, the left has decided that reading, writing, and basic maths are racist and white supremacist and that all children should be learning in school is that they are either an oppressor or the oppressed (depending on their skin color) and that there is no such thing as men and women.

Bizarrely, this claim comes with the caveat that the bestest winner in the intersectional Olympics—”transexuals”—are, somehow, biological males who believe they are women or vice versa. But men and women don’t exist except as social constructs that must be torn down, so I’m not sure how that works.  Can you be a “woman” trapped in a man’s body if you can’t even define what a woman is . . . unless you’re a biologist?

The worst part about all of this “gender-affirming” child mutilation is that it is happening at all. Parents are reportedly bullied into approving double-mastectomies or castration of their children on the threat that their child will commit suicide if not allowed to deform and mutilate their healthy bodies. This comes from “health care professionals,” not Stompy Suzie swearing she hates you because you won’t let her backpack in North Korea for Spring Break.

The whole thing is tragic. But people are pushing back, and one of the more effective voices in the culture war surrounding grooming children in K-12 classrooms is the organization Gays Against Groomers.  We know they are effective because PayPal, Venmo, and Google kicked them off their services in an effort to demonetize, and therefore silence, them.

One of the bigger problems with this whole trans/child mutilation craze is that its adherents are coming for tomboys.  Gays Against Groomers is having none of that.

There were a lot of great responses to this message, as you can imagine.

There was, of course, a lot of women “me tooing” the sentiment.

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There were always girls who played with the boys because boys were more fun and did crazier things. I never thought of them as tomboys. But then I was too young to notice… the hormones hadn’t started exploding. They weren’t necessarily masculine, just more interested on guy stuff. We still saw them as girls. They were just girls who didn’t “throw like a girl”.

I wonder how it worked out when they grew up. I knew a couple of who were hot as teenagers.

My sister and I were Tomboys, at one time, she had just started to develop, she was appalled, told me, the younger sister, she wanted to cut her breasts off.
Now my sister was an athletic girl before title 9, we had very few outlets in Milwaukee Wisconsin once you were of Jr high age. No girls sports teams, nothing , zero.
Prior to that we played baseball everyday in the summer, swam, fished, played games , skated in the winter, all with the guys as our house was the neighborhood house kids were drawn to, my brother being a handsome character, full of leadership, even in his youth .
My sister said later, it wasn’t that she actually wanted to be a boy, she wanted their freedom. She could see, as I did , the field was not level.. when I was in 7 th grade. you could finally sign up
For an “elective” class, I wanted woodwork, I was refused because I was told “girls don’t do woodwork, you will be placed in a sewing class”, and they did, and I hated it every freaking minute. In fact, we had to take cooking also. Never was there a boy in sewing or cooking classes. Oh, it got worse, but you get the picture
My sister had 2 boys and found the loving husband of her life , second time around.

    gospace in reply to gonzotx. | October 30, 2022 at 9:24 pm

    I took cooking classes. Along with 5 other boys. We did better then the girls because we wanted to be there.

    Also took woodshop all 4 years of HS despite being on an academic track. I liked working with wood. One year Calculus was right after shop class, and I’d show up often covered in sawdust.

      Dimsdale in reply to gospace. | October 31, 2022 at 1:56 pm

      I took typing in high school. One of the most useful classes I ever took, given the eventual shift to keyboards. Now I can touch type while everyone else “hunt an pecks,” or worse, thumbs their phones.

      Didn’t hurt that the class was full of girls too!

        henrybowman in reply to Dimsdale. | October 31, 2022 at 4:55 pm

        Hated history in HS, so put in for Typing in Junior year. Got told, “You’re in the professional track, this is slacking, you’ll always have a girl to type for you, you’re taking history.”
        For the same reason, in Senior year, put in for Mechanical Drawing. Got told the same thing, countered with, “Damn right I’m going to be a professional… I’m going to be a professional ENGINEER, so I’m taking Mechanical Drawing.” I won that one.
        Because that did violence to their tracked scheduling, they had to stick me in bonehead Senior English. Instead of having to read the minds of characters in Henry James novels to determine their occult motivations, I actually had to tighten up my basic spelling, grammar, and compositional skills… turned out to be the best thing they could have done for me.
        Ended up a professional computer engineer, with a specialty in representational graphics, typing all damn day for 40 years. Still can’t type “properly,” I just play the ASCII keyboard like an insane jazz saxophone.

    DaveGinOly in reply to gonzotx. | October 31, 2022 at 11:52 am

    As a boy, I didn’t mind being in wood shop and metal shop (all my friends were there), but I was completely in competent. Didn’t really have an interest in making things. Would rather be out climbing a tree, or turning over rocks at the coast to see what was under them, or riding my bike farther away from home than my parents imagined I was riding.

    Martin in reply to gonzotx. | October 31, 2022 at 12:42 pm

    Honestly I would require what used to be called Home economics , sewing, cooking etc. for everyone and probably an intro shop class as well. There are a few things everyone should be able to do at a basic level. Cook a meal, drive a nail, change a tire, do the wash etc.

      Dimsdale in reply to Martin. | October 31, 2022 at 1:57 pm

      A little basic personal finance would be more than useful too!

      4rdm2 in reply to Martin. | October 31, 2022 at 3:51 pm

      “A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects.”

      Heinlein

        Char Char Binks in reply to 4rdm2. | November 1, 2022 at 10:24 am

        Boy Scout stuff, and some of it, presumably, Girl Scout stuff. I wish I had learned more of that, instead of having a haphazard school curriculum, sports I didn’t like, and no time for hobbies or learning other skills. .

        I actually think students should have a required curriculum, with no electives (cuz what do they know?), but also more time and encouragement to pursue outside interests of their own choosing.

That is one of the most glaring things about the transition cult: they’re essentially enforcing rigid gender stereotypes by denying girls the right to be girls, or boys the right to be boys, unless they behave EXACTLY like boys and girls were allegedly required to behave during the benighted {{{gasp}}} 1950s.

    CommoChief in reply to McGehee. | October 31, 2022 at 8:17 am

    That’s a great observation. Any deviation from ‘pure’ masculine or feminine behavior/interests by a a child is being used as the lever to launch the child into the trans programs of mental conditioning /indoctrination. Followed by manipulation of kids in puberty and all the attendant chemical changes which impact them emotionally and physically making them vulnerable to suggestions that they can feel and be better by doing x.

    Char Char Binks in reply to McGehee. | November 1, 2022 at 10:27 am

    Spot on! I wrote a similar comment before reading yours. Kudos for beating me to it!

So true. Being a tomboy doesn’t mean a girl is “trans” or “queer” or “lesbian” or any of that stuff. It just means she’s a tomboy. Leave her alone. Some females just prefer to hang out with the guys because they find playing with dolls, etc to be B O R I N G, and the guy stuff is way more interesting.

Transgender is a state or process of divergence of sex-correlated attributes (e.g. sexual orientation). “Tomboys” are likely, at best, trans-social.

What is a tomboy? I’m not a sociologist, so I can’t tell you.

But have a glance back at Pioneer Woman. She fed families off wild greens when she had to. She doctored the menfolk and the animals alike, up to and including stitches. She didn’t just cook, she slaughtered and butchered the livestock that she had spent months or years feeding and watering. She maintained a critical garden of foods and herbs. Back and forth to the market in town, she didn’t ride sidesaddle. She had no compunctions about snatching up the family shotgun to take care of a threatening varmint, two- or four-legged. She taught, or at least tutored, the littles. She and the neighbor women traded off helping each other have babies.

Today’s tomboys might be hard pressed to be good at so many of these things.

Yet was Pioneer Woman desirable? Was she womanly? From the size of pioneer families, my guess is positive.

To me, there’s nothing more attractive than competence, especially in someone you are counting on to have your back.

    Whoopee Peabody in reply to henrybowman. | October 31, 2022 at 12:39 pm

    “…was Pioneer Woman desirable? Was she womanly? From the size of pioneer families, my guess is positive.”

    You’re a good guesser.

I grew up as a tomboy. It wasn’t that dolls and dresses held no interest for me (they did) – it was that I was athletic and playing with boys was the only way to play with “equals”. I was the only girl in school allowed to play with the boys in 6th grade PE (when they started dividing by gender) because, frankly, I was better and faster than most of the boys. When teams were chosen for kickball I was always one of the first on a team, if they wanted to win. That all ended of course as we aged and the boys became much faster and stronger. Didn’t end my sports participation, but the era I grew up in had no Title 9 and there realistically wasn’t much of a future for a girl in sports. No problem, I was OK and had additional interests outside of athletics – but if I attended school now what would my fate be? How would I be labeled? Would I be allowed to remain a girl?

My wife was a tomboy and even named after her Dad. Sports, Monster Truck shows, big time wrestling fan. 41 years with me and 4 daughters later…well you know the rest.

As a teenager, I liked athletic girls because we had things in common and we could go swimming or play tennis. I didn’t get the princess thing.

I was also one of those tomboy girls. I didn’t want to be a boy, I just wanted to do all the cool things and interesting things that boys did; read interesting books about adventure, play in trees and with train sets, hike in the mountains and shoot with bows and arrows.

One day a few years ago, I was walking toward the building I lived in on South DesPlaines Street in downtown Chicago at the corner of Van Buren. The Greyhound bus station is a further three blocks south. Anyhoo, it was a chilly November day. I’m fairly tall, and I was wearing a leather jacket and Red Wing boots. Also, at the time I was in my mid-fifties with short hair (after your hair grows back post chemotherapy it stays weird and unruly). Oh yeah, I’m a tomboy. I passed a guy with skin that was aged by spending a lot of time outdoors. I thought he might be a homeless Vet, someone restless and solitary. As I passed him he said, Excuse me, sir, can you tell me where the bus station is? When I turned around and he saw my face (chubby girl cheeks and all) he became very apologetic. I smiled. I didn’t care. I told him if he kept going South for a few blocks on DesPlaines he’d arrive at the bus station. I love men and boys. I love their vector-like lives. But I’m female, but not girly. I like tools and making things. I like doing things, not being something. I love the freedom of being an individual. I always say, your sex determines how you pee–do you sit or stand? That’s all.

My son’s high school running buddy’s included one girl, Becca. She was tomboy through and through. All of the group were either on the wrestling team or swim team. That was 15 years ago. Becca is now in her third trimester expecting a boy. When she got married 6 years ago all of the HS boys were Groomsmen. She has always been very physically fit, drop dead gorgeous, and only attracted to guys.

    Char Char Binks in reply to Tsquared79. | November 1, 2022 at 3:08 pm

    Groomsmen? Is that what they called groomers back then? I guess we’re more more gender-inclusive with the term now 🤣

This will probably come off as misogynistic but here goes:

I deal with a lot of women at university. There are quite a few women who will hide behind “being a lady” or “daintyness” as a reason to not grow up. One phrase that I wish was a bit more inclusive is “man up”…I guess grow up is a better version but there’s sufficient need for a more biting term in both sexes with the current state of affairs in the younger generations.

And before people think I’m declaring war on women, be sure that many men (very likely more) have maturity problems. We just seem to have a lot of women in life sciences education right now, so I see that more often.

And before you think this is a negative post, I’m just giving one reason why being a tomboy can be a very attractive quality. In many ways, it’s a sign of maturity to ignore pre-defined roles and “do things” rather than sit back and expect everyone to make it easier for you.

    henrybowman in reply to healthguyfsu. | October 31, 2022 at 5:00 pm

    “One phrase that I wish was a bit more inclusive is “man up”…I guess grow up is a better version but there’s sufficient need for a more biting term in both sexes with the current state of affairs in the younger generations.”

    I like: “Grow a pair. You girls can grow a pair too, I understand that’s trendy now.”

We are grandparents and nobody would think of The Bride as a tomboy, but she shocks people when she says she goes to the classic car shows. She’s all over the ‘Vettes and other muscle cars from the 60s and 70s. Additionally, she can ask the cars’ owners some good questions. She’s the one who wants early tickets to the World of Wheels. After the show, we’ll go home where she cooks a fantastic meal. Sundays she dresses to the nines for church. She likes style whether it’s worn or rolling.

Let people be people. What a novel idea!
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    Dimsdale in reply to DSHornet. | October 31, 2022 at 2:06 pm

    I don’t recall anyone objecting when Megan Fox was under the hood of that car in “Transformers.”

    Nary a peep.

Someone at my granddaughter’s school had her thinking she might be trans. Then she grew a little and discovered the power breasts gave her over boys, and she _knows_ she wants to be a girl!

I was a tomboy as a kid and honestly in my 50s I still am. I do stereotypical male things like MMA and weight training. I also keep my hair short for the simple reason it’s much easier to deal with, especially in BJJ. I am most assuredly female, however.

Char Char Binks | November 1, 2022 at 10:13 am

Any androgynous person is inherently transsexual, to a degree. Even the butchest bisexual man, or girliest lipstick lesbian, is a transsexual, of a sort., but the issue is the insistence on convincing, or “grooming”, impressionable teens, and younger, to chemically and surgically sterilize themselves, and otherwise mutilate themselves in ways they’ll almost certainly regret.

Why not just let everyone be “free to be you and me”, as liberals used to say? The tranny agenda seems to be enforcing strict, binary categories of male and female, while pretending that someone can still be “gender fluid” even after an irreversible sex change.