Twitter Suspends Allie Beth Stuckey For Saying Trans Weightlifter Is A Man

Twitter Suspends Allie Beth Stuckey For Saying Trans Weightlifter Is A Man  (Which He Is – it’s another biological man who likes to say he’s a woman)

 I was blocked from Twitter for months for the same thing, only in my case, I was addressing Richard Levine, who runs around saying he is a “she” and referring to himself as “Rachel.” (Read this post to find out more about me being blocked by Twitter over that.)

I did not threaten, or harass, or even tweet at Levine directly – I just mentioned in a tweet that Levine is a man who makes an ugly woman – which does not violate Twitter rules – and they still blocked me for months, until I removed that tweet.

Stuckey is absolutely correct – the weightlifter, Laurel Hubbard, is a biological man.  (See also on NBC News site:  Transgender Olympian Laurel Hubbard fails to win medal in Olympic debut)

(Link): Twitter Suspends Allie Beth Stuckey For Saying Trans Weightlifter Is A Man

August 6, 2021

Twitter temporarily suspended commentator Allie Beth Stuckey Thursday for saying that a transgender weightlifter is a man.

The social media platform told Stuckey that she had violated their rules against “hateful conduct” when she tweeted about transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, saying, “Hubbard failing at the event doesn’t make his inclusion fair. He’s still a man, and men shouldn’t compete against women in weightlifting.”

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The Tweet Twitter Didn’t Want You To See, Regarding Rachel Levine / Transgenderism

The Tweet Twitter Didn’t Want You To See, Regarding “Rachel”  Levine / Transgenderism

Screen caps below of the Tweet Twitter didn’t want you to see, regarding Rachel Levine, who is a “Transwoman”
(i.e., a biological man – which is a statement of fact; transwomen are persons who were born biological males who want to ‘transition’ to female via hormones or by wearing make-up and skirts
– for Twitter to want to censor and suspend accounts over acknowledging this is to deny why trans people want to transition in the first place):Rachel Levine Tweet

Full Screen Cap - Levine Tweet

Instead of just clicking “Remove,” I clicked on the “appeal” or “get help” option to dispute their comment.

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Twitter Suspends User for Saying A Man Cannot Get Pregnant (May 2021)

Twitter Suspends User for Saying A Man Cannot Get Pregnant (May 2021)

Before I get to the Links about this news story, I’d like to reiterate, that I believe this is why I was suspended from Twitter (about seven months ago now).

Side note: when I say ‘suspend,’ this term seems to confuse some people. Yes, my SoloLoner account is still visible, but it is FROZEN. Last time I attempted to log in, a message popped up saying I could not retweet or tweet new material from that account – and I was taken to a blank page, if I recall correctly.

An accompanying e-mail informed me that to re-gain full access, I’d quite possibly have to delete a tweet that Twitter felt “broke their rules.” I did not re-log back in to try to figure out exactly WHICH tweet it was, but I am betting on the one where I mentioned that a biological man cannot be and is not a woman.

Side note 2: as I’ve explained before, I don’t much care if those born biological men want to live as women. If you’re an adult, and that is how you choose to live your life, I don’t much care. I don’t hate Trans people.

What I object to are things like biological women’s safety being put to risk over this phenomenon of some in the Trans community pushing their agenda (see more links about that here),
bullying people into using certain sets of pronouns,
and companies or culture trying to censor or cancel anyone who points out biological facts of science, such as, biological men are not physically, biologically capable of giving birth to a baby.

And for perfectly reasonable views like those, people will get harassed online by some Trans and their “allies” or be booted off some wack-a-doodle, far left views pushing platforms, such as Twitter. 

Having said that, here are the links:

(Link): Twitter temporarily suspends Spanish politician for saying ‘men cannot get pregnant’

(Link): Twitter Suspends Spanish Politician For Saying ‘A Man Cannot Get Pregnant’

(Link):  Spanish politician temporarily suspended by Twitter after saying ‘a man cannot get pregnant’


“The hateful tweet (which I [Francisco José Contreras, deputy to Spain’s far-right Vox Party] was forced to delete) was one that said: ′′A man cannot get pregnant. A man has no womb or eggs”,” Contreras wrote in response to the move. “You can see this is already fascist biology. Next time I’ll try 2 + 2 = 4.”

(Link): Twitter suspends user for saying a man cannot get pregnant


…So what was it that the Spanish politician wrote that was so hateful? Did he use the n-word or defend antisemitism? Nope. He commented on a recent news item announcing the birth of a child to a transgender parent, saying that a man can’t become pregnant because they lack a uterus or eggs.

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Richard “Rachel” Levine is a Biological Man Who Makes For One Unattractive Woman

Richard “Rachel” Levine is a Biological Man Who Makes For One Unattractive Woman

My “sololoner” Twitter account was suspended days ago.

(I am on (Link): Gab now  – edit: I don’t agree with all views on Gab; some of the users on there may be into “Q Anon,” of which I am not – I am also NOT an “anti vaxxer,” as some of the other participants are, etc).

I’m not quite sure why I was temporarily suspended by Twitter – but it may have something to do with Richard “Rachel” Levine (more on that below).

I’ve not tried logging in to Twitter for days, on that “soloLoner” account, since the words “this account engaged in suspicious behavior and will be suspended for X hours” appeared on the screen there.

When I checked my e-mail account later that day, Twitter sent some kind of additional commentary saying  that after the temporary suspension is lifted, I can once more visit my account,
they may ask me to do some additional work to make the account fully operational,
(such as possibly delete a tweet someone found objectionable, or something of that nature).

I sat there and thought, well, goodness, just about anything these days will set off the left of center, Critical Race Theory, Democrats, Identity Theory, perpetual victim, Grievance Culture lunatics… so just about anything on my account is ripe for being targeted.

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I Unfollowed Blogger Shelia Gregoire on Twitter Today – Re: Politics

I Unfollowed Blogger Shelia Gregoire Today

If I’m not mistaken, Gregoire is Candian.

I have followed her on Twitter for over a year. She does a lot of posts combatting complementarian-type takes on marriage, which I appreciate (though I must say I take some exception against a post or two or video or two she’s made criticizing the concept of remaining a virgin until marriage – I tweeted at her before awhile back explaining my objections to her about that, and I was polite about it).

I wish Gregoire well, but I had to unfollow her tonight on Twitter. I’m not sure if she follows me on there, but she is welcome to un-follow in return, if she wants to, I’d understand.

In the last couple of weeks, Tweets that Gregoire “likes” on there periodically show up on my Twitter feed (meaning I have to see them), and they’re usually these Tweets by conservative critics or Trump detractors who have really warped views about Trump voters or American conservatives generally.

In the past week, I did contact Gregoire on Twitter to try to clear up some misconception she herself Tweeted about American politics.

She doesn’t seem to possess any understanding of why Americans who voted for Trump voted for him or found him appealing. I myself did not vote for Trump in either election, but I understand why some were drawn to him and his message. (I’m an American who was born and raised in the United States, and I used to be a Republican for many years.)

I feel the piling on against Trump and his supporters is unfounded. 

I’ve also noticed this tendency by Gregoire and people like her to never acknowledge that persons and groups on the left (American Democrats and progressives in the U.S. and the world over) are actually guilty of some (or many) of the things they criticize Trump or conservatives of. 

I see no self-awareness in most Trump critics or critics of American conservatives.

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One Reason You May Want to Visit My Twitter Account Sometimes

One Reason You May Want to Visit My Twitter Account

(Link): My Twitter Page

I don’t care how many followers I have on Twitter.

This post is not about driving up my Twitter followers.

You can book mark my Twitter page and visit it every so often (that is, you don’t have to follow me, if you bookmark the page and visit it, it will not drive up my follower numbers).

Why would you want to visit my Twitter page?

Because I sometimes come across a lot of news stories there that I do not have the time or interest in blogging about here.

I come across many stories about child abuse by parents, married people who commit crimes, new trends in dating and marriage, why people quit church, articles about sexism (I basically tweet about the same stuff I blog about here), etc, and I simply cannot keep up with it all.

It’s much easier for me to re-tweet news stories I see on twitter than to fire up this blog, and make a post about everything.

One of the annoying things about this blog is I have to not just write up the material, but I have to add categories or tags to each post, which I tire of doing. It’s ten times faster and easier to send a tweet to an article than to write it up here.

So, you may want to consider visiting my Twitter page. The right side of this blog, towards the bottom, shows my latest tweets, but it only goes up to the last 15 or 20 and does not show them all.

You don’t have to join Twitter and “follow” me on there – you can just bookmark the page and visit once in a while. There may be links to articles on there that I do not blog about here.

(Link): My Twitter Page

At some point in the future, I may not be able to Tweet or blog as much as before.