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UNCANCELLED: Nothing Can Stop Kellie-Jay Keen's American 'Speakers Corner' Tour
Not even techbro 'community standards'
Don’t believe the fake news and disinformation! Posie Parker, aka Kellie-Jay Keen, has not cancelled her US tour.
Last night, volunteer organizers received the following notice from Eventbrite, a community engagement website “powering millions of events in nearly 180 countries.”
Without any warning or further explanation, Standing For Women had been summarily “cancelled” for knowing what a woman is.
But it won’t stop Keen, or the Americans working with her to end the erasure of women and the woke cult of child sterilization. You can sign up for the US tour newsletter here.
Triggering events usually explain these actions. I don’t think it is a coincidence that this occurred just after the Matt Walsh rally in Nashville, Tennessee.
As that event demonstrated, many “trans rights activists” become gibbering lunatics in the presence of “evil terfs” and their insane rants go viral on Twitter.
Much better to get an event series “cancelled” by a website than have your own side show up and kick own-goals like that nine more times over the next three weeks.
It won’t work though, because Kellie-Jay is a force of nature.
Nothing short of hurricane-level force can stop her, or the gathering reaction against “gender identity,” or the public performance of the gender cult that always shows up at any event where women discuss their own existence, anymore.
Keen has always understood that she can win this fight in the real world, on the streets. Her enemies keep trying to stop her in cyberspace, and it never works, but they keep trying — the proverbial definition of insanity.
Nothing can stop her American support team, either. I know them.
Hardened veterans and gender-blasphemers, some of them have already endured the worst mob violence that the rainbow cult can dish out.
A little bit of screamy stupidity won’t stop them.
In this context, '“standing for women” just means standing, still and sane, next to the crazy person, so that the cameras capture the contrast.
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