Thursday's HOT MIC

Thursday's HOT MIC

Her upcoming book, "War in the Women’s Room: How to Get Men in Dresses Out of Women’s Spaces, Save Your Children from Confusion About Their Sex, and Undo the Transgender Coup,"  seeks to expose how the transgender activist movement harms everyone -- including transgender people.

Yockey seeks to undo the transgender coup by shining a light on the psychologically warped underpinnings of the destructive, totalitarian trangender agenda.

According to Yockey, writing in Dangerous, psychologist Ray Blanchard in the 1980s and 90s first concluded that transsexuals fall into two main types: homosexual and non-homosexual.

Homosexual transsexuals may be gay males or lesbians. Dr. Blanchard coined the term “autogynephilia” in 1989 to describe the non-homosexual transsexuals, a group comprised of heterosexuals, bisexuals, and asexuals. Asexual, in this sense, means they are only attracted to themselves). Autogynephilia is a self-induced, chronic, progressive disorder that is almost exclusively a male condition.

Yockey's theory as to why autogynephiles demand access to women’s restrooms is a startling and disturbing rebuttal to the conventional wisdom that women and girls have nothing to fear from trangenders using the ladies' room.

Autogynephiles aren’t forcing their way into women’s restrooms because they just have to pee. Autogynephiles want into women’s restrooms because simply crossing the threshold sexually arouses them.

Autogynephiles want into women’s restrooms because being there lets them think real women accept them there as women, therefore they are women. The truth is those women read him as a man who will beat them senseless if they point out he’s a man.

Autogynephiles want into women’s restrooms because if they can establish in law a right to be there, penis intact, fetishes ignored, that defines them legally and socially as women.

And above all, autogynephiles are men who want inclusion in the definition of women to fulfill their sexual fantasies no matter how many women they have to exclude from it, or what they have to do to get there.

Dangerous Books will be publishing Yockey's new book later this year.