Young “trans teen” Corey Maison is currently being pimped out like mad in support of male transgender toilet goblins and their sleazy, delusional quest to occupy women’s spaces. He is being used as a propaganda tool to pierce the veil of women’s private spaces, so men with “feminine feelings” may thereby enter in. I described Corey’s situation in an article about 8 months ago. My opinion, in short, is that his mom is a raging narcissist; his dad is a weak fucking clown and his doctors are sociopath opportunists. He has three or four sisters, who along with their mom really play up “femininity.” Corey himself appears to have some developmental problems. My impression is that Corey’s mom, overwhelmed with feelings of self-importance, seized upon his “problems” as a way to pump up some attention for herself at the same time as she pumps him up with estrogen like a Thanksgiving turkey.
Because they are super-sleazy, male trans activists long ago hit upon the idea of using children to promote the “gender identity” lie. By using children, it “takes the sex out” of the trans equation, according to one trans activist. And so, Corey is the current golden child to kick open those swingin’ bathroom doors and help advance a key trans agenda goal. As feeble, bitterly resentful and desperately inferior simulacra of actual women, the next best victory for the bros-in-bras is the hostile takeover of women’s private spaces.
And the world’s pedophiles must be so grateful too! I have to believe they don’t realize this, but Corey’s parents are not just inadvertently pimping him out as fantasy material for the world’s pedos, but they also provide a fantasy scenario — “the bathroom encounter” — for their ultimate titillation.
I would like to see every adult in this young fellow’s life JAILED.
Transgender activists, especially the female impersonators, obsess about being addressed with the “right pronouns.” Language-policing is almost as important to the bros-in-bras as being allowed to traipse freely through women’s restrooms and other protected spaces. Distracted by politically-correct guilt-tripping about these so-called “human rights issues,” many normal people’s critical thinking shuts down and they lose sight of plain reality: The fact is that these are men with serious mental health problems. Just like these guys:
One of the most important contributions made by Dreger’s article is her description of the extraordinary lengths to which some of Bailey’s male-to-female (MtF) transsexual opponents went in their attempts to discredit him, his book, and his ideas. By Dreger’s account, their campaign against Bailey continued for at least two years after the publication of The Man Who Would Be Queen (TMWWBQ; Bailey, 2003). Examination of the Internet sites maintained by some of Bailey’s principal transsexual opponents suggests that the campaign against him remains ongoing. The attacks, as described by Dreger, went far beyond writing scathing reviews of TMWWBQ. They included orchestration of charges of professional misconduct against Bailey, filed with Northwestern University and the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation; attempts to turn Bailey’s colleagues against him; attacks directed against Bailey’s children; and efforts to discredit or silence nearly anyone who openly supported him. Dreger’s article suggests that many of Bailey’s opponents intended not only to discredit Bailey’s book, but also to destroy its author. The duration, intensity, and sheer savagery of the campaign waged by many of Bailey’s MtF transsexual opponents is astonishing, especially given that Bailey’s book sold only about 4200 copies and probably would have received little attention, in either its print or Internet versions, were it not for the publicity that his opponents themselves created. One could imagine that Kohut (1972) was describing the campaign conducted by some of Bailey’s MtF transsexual opponents when he wrote the following:
[There is a] need for revenge, for righting a wrong, for undoing a hurt by whatever means, and a deeply anchored, unrelenting compulsion in pursuit of all these aims…. There is utter disregard for reasonable limitations and a boundless wish to redress an injury and to obtain revenge…. The fanaticism of the need for revenge and the unending compulsion of having to square the account after an offense are…not the attributes of an aggressivity which is integrated with the mature purposes of the ego…. Aggressions employed in the pursuit of maturely experienced causes are not limitless…. The narcissistically injured [person], on the other hand, cannot rest until he has blotted out [the]…offender who dared to oppose him, [or] to disagree with him. (pp. 380, 382, 385) These excerpts are taken from Kohut’s description of narcissistic rage, a concept that I believe is central to understanding many of the attacks against Bailey and their implications.