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POEM: I Am Not A Dress

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POEM: I Am Not A Dress
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The following poem by a 14-year-old Irish teenager destroys trans ideology. To keep her anonymity she's only known everywhere as Brandubh.

Read it below;

We are women, we are warriors of steel.
Woman is something no man will ever feel.
Woman is not a skill that any man can hone.
Woman is our word and it is ours alone.

I am not a dress to be worn on a whim,
A man in a dress is nonetheless a him.
Women are not simply what we wear.
If this offends you, I do not care.

I am not an idea in any man's mind
And my purpose in life is not to be kind.
So while my rights are trampled every day of the week,
I will not stand by being docile and meek.

I am not defined by sexist lies.
There is more to woman than that shallow guise,
That guise of dresses, bikinis and skirts,
Those clothes are not what womanhood is worth.

I am not a bitch, a TERF, a whore, a slag,
Hysterical, a witch, a slut, a hag.
No I am a woman, I am a female,
Who will not let her rights be put up for sale.

I am not defined by what men are not.
So to hell with cis misogynistic rot.
I am a woman, I'm not a subset of my sex.
If this makes me a dinosaur, so be it, I'm a T-Rex!

I am not a bleeder nor a menstruator,
A womb carrier or a uterus haver.
Those words and phrases are such a sham.
Just call me woman, it is who I am.

We are women, we are warriors of steel.
Woman is something no man will ever feel.
Woman is not a skill that any man can hone.
Woman is our word and it is ours alone.

About Brandubh

Brandubh is a 14-year-old girl in Ireland who opposes gender ideology. She campaigns for the rights of women and children.

In recent months she has appeared on one of the most popular podcasts in the US, The Megyn Kelly Show.

She has also spoken to peers in the House of Lords in at the invitation of Baroness Emma Nicholson. Her Twitter handle is @brandubh4.

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