Miss Manners' Guide to Eliminating People You Don't Like

Dec 2006
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Copypasta from my Facebook. I am angry right now.

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TW: violence, transphobia... there's a lot to unpack
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Alt-Right: Trans kids should be bullied out of school, if not mutliated and killed.

Right: Hey, let's have a little civility here. Trans kids should never ever be allowed to feel loved, comfortable, or whole, but there's no need for violence.

Centrist: I literally cannot tell the difference between these two positions.
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This is some evil shit right here. Let's all be reasonable about this and eliminate trans people the polite way.

Fuck you, Nicole Russell. Sit on a flaming dick. Kids need love and acceptance for who they are, period. WWMRD?

Transgender kids shouldn't be bullied, but that doesn't mean they can't be opposed
 
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Miss Manners strongly disagrees with getting one's hands dirty by engaging in something so common as violence. The proper response to encountering a trans woman is to call the police and tell them you're afraid of the trans woman. The police will come, take her away and put her in a men's jail, and the prisoners will do the beating for you, and the authorities are often happy to help.

If, for some unfortunate reason, you assault a trans woman through no fault of your own, deny any responsibility. A lady or a gentleman never admits that they struck a trans woman just because she was trans. The proper thing to do is to portray the target of your attack as being the instigator and yourself as the victim. However, most of the time this won't be necessary as the police and media will assist you in this endeavor.

The victim's sister says the victim was assaulted as she got off the elevator to a parking garage after a verbal disturbance upstairs in the parking garage.

Witnesses say the suspect punched the victim on the left side of her head, according to the police report.

The victim's sister told police she was also kicked by the suspect when she went to defend the victim. The suspect fled the scene.

The victim regained consciousness when police arrived and she was taken to MUSC.

Charleston Police say she was not assaulted because she's transgender and are still investigating.
Transgender woman beaten unconscious downtown, CPD investigating
 
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