I wrote about Amy Hamm before. She sponsored Chris Elston putting up an “I <3 JK Rowling billboard,” and a complaint was launched by some troons over her “gender critical,” views with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives.
At least some progress appears to have been made in her favour.
The Justice Centre today announced that the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) has dropped a charge against Amy Hamm, a Vancouver area nurse accused of making statements with “medically inaccurate information” while defending sex-based rights.
Before I go any further let me say that Amy Hamm really nails that “hot librarian who’s probably a demon in the sack,” look. I can’t put my finger on it, but something about her just screams “secretly nasty,” but in a good way. And yes, she isn’t a lesbian, although she is a single mother. You can take that as a bad thing, or play up the MILF fantasy to your hearts content.
Gender critical feminists typically argue that while transgender individuals have the right to live their lives with dignity and without harassment, self-identifying as transgender does not equate to literally changing sex. Confusing sex, which is a biological classification, with self-identified gender, in the view of gender critical feminists, poses a risk to women’s sex-based rights, particularly in vulnerable settings where females have an expectation and need for same-sex privacy and protection, such as women’s prisons, changerooms, and rape shelters. Women’s sports are another area where the implications of the biology-versus-gender debate have a real world impact, gender critics note.
I just wrote about the CBC whining that tranny stuff is the gateway to the alt-right. They’re not wrong. Having a monopoly on opposing the evil agenda pushed by these viscerally repulsive freaks is something that we definitely need to lean into.
And I got distracted by Amy’s DSL’s, and ignored how big this win was, at least rhetorically. She’s forced these people to admit that she didn’t say anything factually incorrect. So they’re left with “yeah the truths that she speaks hurt our feelings,” arguments.
“…made discriminatory and derogatory statements regarding transgender people, some of which statements included medically inaccurate information, while identifying yourself as a nurse or nurse educator. These statements were made across various online platforms, including but not limited to, podcasts, videos, published writings and social media.”
Ms. Hamm and lawyers Lisa Bildy and Karen Bastow began preparations to respond to this allegation, however on June 28, 2022, the BCCNM served and publicly posted a revised citation removing the charge against Ms. Hamm for making “medically inaccurate” statements.
The new charge now reads:
“Between approximately July 2018 and March 2021, you made discriminatory and derogatory statements regarding transgender people, while identifying yourself as a nurse or nurse educator. These statements were made across various online platforms, including but not limited to, podcasts, videos, published writings and social media.”
In the weeks leading up to this change in the citation, a group called the Vancouver Lesbian Collective began a postcard campaign addressed to the BCCNM, in support of sex-based rights and Ms. Hamm. It is not known what impact, if any, the campaign may have had.
Amy Hamm and her dick sucking lips are, thankfully, not lesbians. However she did get the rug munching brigade to stick up for her. Probably more importantly she got the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms on her side, and managed to get her story out to the general public.
It is interesting how the Lesbians do this signally stuff, and are probably surprised to see that not immediately working for them. That’s because they’re finally on the
wrong side of history wrong side of power. When you’re on the wrong side of power, it doesn’t matter how much truth you speak, nor how popular your message is. You can only win if you can actually rally the people, which I doubt the Vancouver Lesbian Collective has the ability or desire to do.
The hearing will now be conducted by videoconference, from September 21 to 23 and October 24 to 27, 2022, commencing at 10:00 a.m. Anyone interested in attending the hearing must pre-register by Sept. 13, 2022 by emailing email@example.com. Space is limited and hearing schedules are subject to change.
I like Amy Hamm. She’s a good girl, fighting the good fight. I can forgive her lacking the perfect vocabulary to describe her oppressors. And I’ll be making sure to cover her hearing this fall.