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  1. Also isn't Muskrat known to sexually harass female employees? I'd leave, too.

  2. Yes and he has also tweeted, implying that his accuser should be able to describe his penis. That is, if she fails to describe his penis, then no sexual harassment occurred.

  3. No, I'd rather not blind myself. The researchers would have had an easy time closing off this entire avenue of discussion with a few simple changes in phrasing. I point out the unfair interpretation because there are people far less scrupulous than me who will use it for their own ends regardless of what I think. It is therefore my responsibility to note these such interpretations when I come across them, so that speakers and educators can learn better rhetoric and deliver their message more effectively.

  4. Then spend your time and energy by calling out actual trans antagonists instead of attacking people.

  5. Your defensiveness is unbecoming, if you were a fullthroated trans ally my point would be of no issue to you.

  6. I will repeat my suggestion for the last time -- spend your time and energy by calling out actual trans antagonists instead of attacking people.

  7. However, more research is required, says the researchers behind the study.

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