An Australian woman has been served with an order which forbids her from discussing or approaching a trans activist over comments she made about the biological male who identifies as a woman.
Drag Queens are men making a mockery of women via hypersexualized caricatures of women.
Why are these men, and libraries around the country, so desperate to have them perform in front of children?
Adult entertainers should stick to adult bars. #womanface #sexclowns pic.twitter.com/qeR7gqRnHO
— Kirralie Smith (@KirralieS) May 2, 2023
Kirralie Smith says she received a visit from New South Wales police in relation to comments she had made to the media about Riley Dennis, a man who identifies as a woman and competes in women’s sports.
The Apprehended Violence Order requires Smith to not make further comments about Dennis or approach him, despite her home reportedly being some 200 miles away, and will be in place as an interim measure until a court decides whether its application is justifiable later this month.
Smith is an open critic of gender ideology and a spokeswoman for the Binary Australia organisation.
Dennis, who is a high profile youtuber and trans activist, was reportedly the subject of a mass complaint from female athletes who have accused him of injuring them during sporting events.
The 30 year old – who four years ago announced his engagement to his female partner- plays women’s football with Inter Lions FC and is reportedly one of five biological males competing in amateur women’s football with Football New South Wales’ League One.
After featuring a report on the accusations against Dennis, news outlet Reduxx received notice from the Australian government’s eSafety Commissioner instructing them to “heavily edit” or “delete” their article exposing Dennis as the subject of “thousands of complaints” it reported were filed against the youtuber after he began to compete in women’s sports.
Reduxx has been contacted by the Australian Government and advised to censor or delete an article we published on April 1. The article identified a trans activist accused of injuring female players at a women's soccer game.
For that, we have been told we violated Australian law. pic.twitter.com/YXPK4Lnxid
— REDUXX (@ReduxxMag) April 28, 2023
In addition to the demand for removal or censorship of the article, Reduxx says they were told their reporting was in breach of Australian law.
Reduxx editor Anna Slatz says that after “a comprehensive analysis” of the arguments presented by the eSafety Commissioner, which she says included claims that it was “offensive” to refer to Dennis as a “man”, Reduxx decided to “leave the article up without alteration,”.
Ireland’s new Criminal Justice (Incitement to Violence or Hatred and Hate Offences) Bill 2022 lists gender as a “protected characteristic” with gender itself defined as “the gender of a person or the gender which a person expresses as the person’s preferred gender or with which the person identifies and includes transgender and a gender other than those of male and female,”.