Woke mob attacks BBC over publishing stories of lesbians ‘being pressured into sex by some trans women’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Woke mob attacks BBC over publishing stories of lesbians ‘being pressured into sex by some trans women’

The BBC is facing a backlash over a story about lesbians being branded transphobic for refusing to have sex with trans women. It has received hundreds of complaints, and the author has been forced to delete her Twitter account.
The article, published on the BBC website on Tuesday, addressed the issue of some lesbians in Britain “increasingly being pressured and coerced” into accepting trans women as their partners.

Several lesbians talked to author Caroline Lowbridge, sharing stories of how they were shamed and even threatened for being only attracted to biological women and rejecting the idea that a penis could also be a female organ. One claimed that her refusal to have sex with trans women had led to her being branded transphobic, a genital fetishist, a pervert and a ‘terf’ – a ‘trans exclusionary radical feminist’.

According to those interviewed for the story, the harassment came from a minority of trans women, as well as woke activists who weren’t trans themselves.

One of the women said that once, after she shared her views, someone “said they would strangle me with a belt if they were in a room with me and Hitler.”

Another recalled how her own girlfriend accused her of being “transphobic” and “immediately jumped to make me feel guilty about not wanting to sleep with someone” after she said she didn’t want to have a threesome with a trans woman, who had not undergone genital surgery and still had a male organ.

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