Why #droptheT is hate against the LGBT+


Article written by La Miranda 

Transphobic groups have started to use the hashtag #droptheT as part of their war against the Trans community.  They frequently align themselves with religious extremists and heterosexual/cisgender fundamentalists.

They would prefer to have a LGB community with everyone back in their tidy pigeon holes.  History and life do not support their viewpoint.

The birth of LGBT+ liberation was led by activists, campaigners and people who were tired of being manipulated and walked over by a society made up of many who didn’t care about them. These activists, campaigners and people were primarily transgender women of colour, drag queens and butch identifying lesbians. Let this be heard:

GAY was an acronym for ‘Good As You’, and was about everyone’s equality and rights.

We must not allow this hate tag to split the rainbow, we are stronger together.  Some of us move between the categories during our life and we need our diverse family to support us.  Our Charities do not indoctrinate, they listen and support at times when people need them.  False accusations waste everyone’s time and resources.

If you are offended by the hate tag, look up who is using it, and report their account for gender discrimination.

La Miranda 10/07/2017


LGBT “P” Is Not Genuine


It has come to our attention recently that a group of people are using social media to try and undermine the LGBT movement by claiming to be part of a wider “LGBTP” group. The P (they claim) stands for Paedophilia and the group put out messages campaigning for the ‘rights of paedophiles to find love with children’. They make inflammatory comments about paedophiles having the right to actualise their love and make ludicrous comparisons between paedophiles and homosexuals.

This is of course absolute nonsense and has nothing to do with the genuine LGBT community who are certainly not campainging for the rights of paedophiles. No credible LGBT group of whom we know have any intention at all of adding a ‘P’ to promote paedophile rights. This is nothing more than an attempt to discredit the good work of pro LGBT activists who fight for equal rights and education for the gay and transgender communities.

(There are some groups who use a ‘P’ to support the pansexual community. Pansexuals find love indiscriminative of gender or gender identity. They are nothing at all to do with paedophiles. Groups using the P for this purpose are perfectly legitimate).

There are groups who do genuinely seek to support non offending paedophiles. This is done through rehabilitation and psychological guidance. It is never done through promoting the ‘right’ of any adult to harm or sexualise a child. If you see anybody claiming to support legitimate abuse of a minor by an adult we strongly urge you to contact your local police or report on the government child abuse awareness site.

We will continue to monitor the #LGBTP and #HeartProgress hashtags on Twitter and report offenders as we find them.

Resisting Hate

Roanna is one of the founder members of Resisting Hate. She is the author of the majority of our articles, and also publishes a blog on Huffington Post UK