Alice Domurat Dreger


The annoyance known as Alice Domurat Dreger is a self-styled “hermaphrodite monger” who currently has a part-time job at North-western University.

Hate Monger would be a more accurate description of Dreger.

Alice Dreger is a well known supporter of anti-transsexual academics, such as Anne Lawrence who attack the reality and existence, of transsexual people,

by sexualising, perversifying and dehumanising transsexual people. A lot of intersex people do not like Alice Dreger either.

Alice Dreger has won a Guggenheim for 2008 to 2009, to pay for writing. If she wants more money, she should apply to the Pioneer Fund for grant aiding, if she has not already. They fund like-minded people. Of course no one in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour / International Journal of Transgenderism / Blanchard, Bailey, Dreger, Zucker, Lawrence / WPATH / Psychiatry world would be funded by the pioneer fund, share offices with its members, recommend them, have offices just down the corridor from them, have dinner with them, attend conferences with them, marry them or meet them for coffee at break time to discuss ways to remove groups that they don’t approve of from the human race.

Alice Dreger is a fan and friend of J. Michael Bailey and has defended him completely, every chance she has got. It is a strange position for someone to take who claims to be an ethicist, who was once a conservative catholic pro-life campaigner.

How can Alice face her parents, after spending so many Saturdays with her family on anti-abortion picket lines, doing god’s work, condemning raped women, condemning children raped by priests and attacking clinicians giving women choice. Dreger’s parents were Right-to-Life, anti-abortion activists. Dreger’s father ran for public office on the Right-to-Life party line. Her support for Bailey is support for abortion of minorities; no matter what way she spins it. Those minorities appear to have been defined as anyone the Catholic Church disproves of.

Dreger is also a supporter of the dehumanisation of transsexual people by Blanchard, Bailey, Zucker, Lawrence and others.

She supports Kenneth Zucker’s trans reparative treatment of children, better known as child abuse, in his clinic. A clinician who is constantly quoted by both and the Catholic Church, regarding transsexual people.

Then again Dreger, did spend her Saturdays as a youth, at anti-abortion rallies.

Part of Dreger’s career is to write about marginalized minorities, marginalizing them further, dehumanising them and pathologising them, so that the particular minority to be dehumanised, can be controlled, corralled and decimated. Another part of her career is to defend academics and clinicians who consider transsexual women to be sexual objects and have a pathological hatred of minorities. Her defence of J. Michael Bailey who claimed he was studying transsexual people for his book, The Man Who Would Be Queen is particularly illuminating (Bailey was actually looking for transgender prostitutes to have sex with, then dehumanise in sexual manner in his book).

Bailey is a good catholic name originally from Ireland, in case you did not know. Bailey makes a point of quoting ex Roman Catholic nun Janice Raymond, who gave evidence to congress attacking transsexual rights, which removed any access transsexual people have to Medicare in the United States of America. She also wrote the transphobic book, The Transsexual Empire.

Notice how she degrades the women making the complaints against Bailey, yet considers all people who have a pathological hatred of transsexual people and a need to perversify their entire existence, to be wonderful, truthful, have no ulterior motives and beyond reproach. The hate mongering in that article is blatant.

Dreger’s views on academic freedom are very interesting. They appear to be similar to those of the Catholic Church and others who impose censorship of anything they do not approve of. Sometimes I wonder if she has friends in the Congregation of the Faith, due to her similar behaviour.

IN 2007 a woman called Joelle Ruby Ryan tried to organise a small seminar on the subject of Janice Raymond’s and J. Michael Bailey’s attacks on transsexual people’s existence, the transphobia contained in those attacks, as well as the sexism of the attackers and other concurrent issues.

Upon hearing of this small conference/seminar, Alice Dreger went nuts.

How the hell is someone discussing two academics who have spent much their entire existence attacking transsexuals, an attack on Alice Dreger’s academic freedom. Dreger is the one who tried to stop a student from giving a talk to a few other students and possibly a few interested others.

It worked out for the best in the end though, as students, academics, journalists and activists saw Dreger’s attack for what it was, a direct attack on a transsexual student with the express desire to stop her academic career in its tracks and force her to stay quiet. Thankfully Joelle Ruby Ryan did not stay quiet. She called Dreger’s bluff, stood up to her threats and in the best interests of academia, defended her right to freedom of speech and thought.

I do have a bad feeling this will not be the last time that Alice Dreger attempts to stifle academic debate and the advancement of a student, struggling to get by.

These links will illuminate the matter of academic freedom I have raised.,20,21-07.htm,20,21-07.htm

Alice Dreger’s views on dwarfs are very interesting. They give an insight into her mindset.*.html

Dreger is obsessed with both transsexual and intersex people, and with perversifying male to female transsexual people in all respects, fixating on minority groups whom Dreger considers freaks and subhuman. There maybe the possibility that she studies them so intensely, because subconsciously she feels they make her more attractive and normal by comparison.

Along those lines consider Dreger’s obsession with her own appearance, as evidenced by the virtual facial feminisation she has done to her own online pictures.

Compare that with her accusations of narcissism on the part of transsexual people she has an issue with.

Futhermore, Dreger’s narcissism goes way beyond just her physical appearance. She also exhibits grandiose feelings about her stature in the world, as evidenced in the following page.

It is interesting to notice that Alice Dreger, when not attempting to completely revise history, Catholic Church style, by ignoring facts and accepting facts only from the sexually deranged/repressed. Dreger is fixated on changing her appearance to make her look less like her Dominican nun sister, instead of looking like a stereotypical butch lesbian or nun.

Which brings me to another subject.

Dreger never shuts up about sex. She is completely obsessed with sex to the point that she fits in perfectly with her friends from Chicago North Western University and University of Toronto/CAMH.

The level of sexual obsession and sexual deviancy required to be part of that clique will not be encountered in bars, nightclubs, even brothels, porn movies or BDSM events. It will only be encountered amongst child traffickers, pimps, rapists, paedophiles, catholic priests, nuns and popes.

It is interesting to note that Dreger’s biological sister, is a member of the Dominican nuns. I wonder how Sister Mary Diana Dreger reconciles her Catholic Church teachings, with Alice’s support of eugenicists who want to abort entire minorities before birth?

The Catholic Church vehemently opposes gay rights and transsexual rights. That leads to a question that needs to be asked.  Bear in mind that the present pope was once in the Hitler Youth and would have read from Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler every day, besides being fed a diet of eugenics propaganda on a daily basis.

Does the Catholic Church secretly approve of Eugenics against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transsexual people?

How can Alice face her parents and sister after spending so many Saturdays with her family on anti-abortion picket lines? Dreger’s parents were Right-to-Life, anti-abortion activists. Dreger’s father ran for public office on the Right-to-Life party line.

I wonder how Dreger reconciles teaching ethics, with her sister being a member of an organisation, which has systematically abused children for decades?

Does Alice support her sister Mary being a member of an organisation which attacks gay rights every chance it gets?

Does Alice support her sister Mary being a member of an organisation which attacks womens rights every chance it gets?

Does Alice consider the Catholic Church to be an ethical organisation, after it abused hundreds of thousands of children worldwide?

I wonder how Mary Diana Dreger reconciles Alice’s support for extermination of an entire minority by abortion or maybe the Catholic Church secretly approves of selective abortion of minorities?

I wonder how Sister Mary Diana Dreger supports her sister Alice claiming to have swapped services for sex?

How does Sister Mary Diana Dreger feel about her sister Alice posing nude for the front cover of her book, Intersex in the Age of Ethics?

Dreger’s sister, Sister Mary Diana Dreger, graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine with a medical degree and a special award.  She has spent her life as a Dominican nun. The Dominican nuns will now be able to keep medical matters in house. The Dominicans operate elementary schools, high schools, and colleges in seven states in the USA, where they educate young women in the tradition of the Catholic Church. The tradition of the Catholic Church is that women are to get married, have lots of children, love there husband no matter how much he beats her and to turn a blind eye to priests and nuns having sex with children. For further information regarding Dominican nuns read:

Now the Catholic Church will be able to treat child injuries in house, avoiding pesky questions from doctors, social services and police. This type of training for nuns also allows opus dei members, who have whipped themselves too much in there frenzied worshipping. Of course the whipping in that context has no connection with BDSM whatsoever, according to Opus Dei.  I think a dominatrix should be asked for an opinion regarding that.



For further information on Alice Dreger goto











EUGENICS (SELECTIVE ABORTION OF MINORITIES) which is supported by Dreger and BBL in Chicago North Western University and University of Toronto/CAMH




For further information regarding Dominican Nuns and other religious orders.

Also see:\Jan2005.pdf



Yet, for some reason they are allowed to run programs such as this.

They created the victims in the first place.


NOW Calls on Obama to Withdraw DOMA Brief and Renounce Discriminatory Law

NOW Calls on Obama to Withdraw DOMA Brief and Renounce Discriminatory Law

June 16, 2009

The National Organization for Women calls on President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder to withdraw the U.S. Department of Justice brief filed in support of the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and to publicly renounce this discriminatory law. The brief was reportedly written by Bush administration holdovers, and if that is the case, this administration must immediately make it clear that President Obama does not support this position.

Under DOMA, same-sex couples who wed in states where their marriages are legal are still denied federal marriage benefits, and other states may refuse to recognize their unions.

“President Obama ran on a Democratic Platform that specifically said: ‘We oppose the Defense of Marriage Act and all attempts to use this issue to divide us,'” said NOW President Kim Gandy. “This brief is indeed divisive, and the administration must disavow it immediately.”

The government motion filed in Smelt v. United States of America states that the federal branch may discriminate against same-sex couples because all 50 states sanction the “traditional and universally-recognized form of marriage” and that DOMA is “a cautious policy of federal neutrality towards a new form of marriage”

“Neutrality is not what DOMA is about,” said Gandy. “This law flat-out favors one form of legal marriage over another. The Obama administration has no business treating a discriminatory law as neutral, and should instead be working with Congress to develop legislation repealing this harmful law. The Bush years are over — we expect much better from our new president.”

Human Rights Campaign Statement on the Obama Administration’s Defense of the Defense of Marriage Act In the Smelt v. U.S. Case

“We call on the President to send legislation repealing DOMA to Congress,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese


WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, issued a statement today regarding the Obama Administration’s decision to defend the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a gay couple who married in California.  Arthur Smelt and Christopher Hammer, who were married in California on July 10, 2008, filed a suit in federal court in December challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act.  The Administration responded yesterday.

“The Administration apparently determined that it had a duty to defend DOMA in the courts.  The President has just as strong a duty to put his principles into action, and end discrimination against LGBT people and our families,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese. “We call on the President to send legislation repealing DOMA to Congress,” he added.

Since taking office in January, President Obama has taken bold steps to deliver on principles and promises he articulated during his campaign.  In just his first six months in office, President Obama has signed the Lily Ledbetter Act into law, paved the way for life-saving stem cell research, eliminated barriers to women’s health and reproductive care abroad, expanded insurance coverage for millions of children, ended the torture of detainees, and called for the notorious prison at Guantanamo Bay to be closed.  However, this community is frustrated by the Administration’s silence, until today, on a critical matter that the President voiced support for during his campaign—repealing DOMA.

“President Obama must see that this extraordinary record of commitment to the public good at last be extended to end discrimination against LGBT people,” said Solmonese.  “Mr. President, you have called DOMA ‘abhorrent’ and pledged to be a fierce advocate for our community.  As we approach the 40th anniversary of Stonewall, it is time for you to use your leadership to translate these principles into meaningful action.”

HRC also has grave concerns about the arguments that the Administration put forth in this case, arguments that simply do not reflect the experiences that LGBT people face or the contributions that they make. The Administration’s brief claims that DOMA is a valid exercise of Congress’s power, is consistent with Equal Protection or Due Process principles, and does not impinge upon rights that are recognized as fundamental.  The brief further claims that DOMA is a “neutral” federal position on same-sex marriages, and permits the states to determine on their own whether to recognize same-sex marriages. The most alarming argument, grounded neither in fact nor in law, reads as follows:

[DOMA amounts to] a cautious policy of federal neutrality towards a new form of marriage. DOMA maintains federal policies that have long sought to promote the traditional and uniformly-recognized form of marriage, recognizes the right of each State to expand the traditional definition if it so chooses, but declines to obligate federal taxpayers in other States to subsidize a form of marriage that their own states do not recognize.

“Same-sex couples and their families are not seeking subsidies,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese.  “We pay taxes equally, contribute to our communities equally, support each other equally, pay equally into Social Security, and participate equally in our democracy.  Equal protection is not a handout.  It is our right as citizens,” he said.

The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.

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China posts rules of sex change

China – China posts rules of sex change… [2009-06-16 China Daily]

China posts rules of sex change


2009-06-16 23:05

BEIJING – To change gender in China costs more than money. One must be free of a criminal record and be single if he or she wants to have a sex change, the Ministry of Health said Tuesday in a new regulation.

Other conditions include having lived publicly as the other gender for more than two years, at least five years of unwavering desire to change, more than one year of psychotherapy and a commitment by local police to issue a new ID card after the operation.

The ministry posted the regulation online to solicit opinions from its local bureaus, which are due by July 10.

Ministry officials were not immediately available for comment.

The regulation also set thresholds for medical facilities and doctors eligible for transsexual operations. For example, hospitals must have an ethics committee to evaluate applications and a plastic surgery department that has operated for more than 10 years. Surgeons must have more than five years of experience in transsexual operations.

There are an estimated 1,000 transsexuals in China.

(Right…  Whatever)

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Pride Day and Transgender Specific Pride Day Events

I understand why why straight sisters went to Pride Day events in San Francisco and LA.

They were rockin’ good parties.

Those of us who were lesbian identified marched with the lesbians or with organizations to which we belonged.

The queens rode floats being fabulous and showing lots of skin and looked at those of us who assimilated or were lesbians as though we were pathetic because we weren’t cock crazy the way they were.

I went to Dyke Marchs.

I let myself be talked into marching with Trranssexual Menace a couple of times and felt fucking disgusted.  It was so freaky I don’t have words for it, subjecting myself to the scrutiny of all those people for something that accomplished nothing.

Trans-Pride.  WTF.  I’m not proud of being transsexual.  It was a freak accident of birth.  It was something I had an operation to correct.

Now the transgenders want to have separate Parades and events.  I’ve heard these events  have become standard in Los Angeles and else where.

I view these as being by and for full time transvestites and not for women identified women.  I’m female now.  Why would I identify with a bunch of trannies.  To me this is yet more identity politics run amok.

I never needed a T or for that matter a B stuck onto L/G.  I felt included as a lesbian.  As a bisexual I didn’t consider myself part of the lesbian community when I was in a relationship with a man.

Grafting Trans on to the Gay and Lesbian community has made it harder for gay and lesbian people to get their issues addressed.

As a lesbian my issues aren’t even that closely related to gay men’s issues.  In fact they tend to be much more closely related to the issues of all women.

I have specific issues such as marriage equality that are L/G issues but many issues such as getting nationalized health insurance are not nor are matters of women’s equality.

None of these things have anything to do with transgender.

Indeed I am more oppressed by transgender activists who have colonized the lives of WBTs to support their own claims than I am by straight society for once upon a time having had an operation.