Trans activist loses race for Vancouver school trustee

By Jonathon Van Maren

One of British Columbia’s most notorious trans activists—a biological male who styles himself as a woman—performed abysmally in Vancouver’s school trustee elections on October 20, managing only 2.49% of the vote (17th place.) Morgane Oger, the vice-president of the BC NDP, spends much of his time on Twitter defending trans ideology, informing people that their children must be taught his worldview, misrepresenting the science surrounding gender, and threatening people who disagree with him with human rights complaints. He also enjoys using the word “TERF,” which stands for “trans-exclusionary radical feminist”—a loaded term in an environment where biological men claiming to be women have actually been physically attacking feminists.

Anyhow, Oger is claiming to be thrilled with certain details of his defeat on Twitter. I’m just glad that he lost—and that Barry Neufeld, a sane man who has been campaigning against SOGI 123, won a much-needed victory in the City of Chilliwack.

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8 thoughts on “Trans activist loses race for Vancouver school trustee

  1. Mee Hing Lo says:

    Living in a confused world, we do not need more confusion. If it is a Halloween dress up for a day or a few hours, both adults and children would understand. They know it is only a man in disguise. However, you cannot go on deceiving yourself, force others to take it as a reality, and then threaten those who refuse to be deceived with a human right complain. This is insane.

  2. Mee Hing Lo says:

    Living in a confused world, we do not need more confusion. If this is a Halloween dress up for a day or a few hours, both adults and children would understand that this is a man in disguise. You cannot keep on deceiving yourself, force other to accept it as a reality and then threaten those who refuse to be deceived with a human right complain. This is insane!

  3. Marielouise Miginiac says:

    Are you so insecure about your own beliefs that you feel threatened by people like Morgane Oger? Is this Canada in 21st century or in 16th century?i

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