Article 8-22-19: Spectator US | Meghan Murphy: Why is Jessica Yaniv still on Twitter and not in jail? - The unwaxed ‘trans woman’ is using a sockpuppet account to harass people.

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Dramatic accusations of ‘doxxing’ online annoy me to no end. It may seem like a petty complaint to rail on about, but as a devoted fan of communicating in coherent ways, I continually insist that words mean things and that we use said words as accurately as possible. Today’s postmodern youth would like to describe disagreement as ‘literal violence’ and men who enjoy femininity as ‘literal females’, and claim the reading of words that challenge their preferred narrative causes ‘PTSD’. Our dictionaries have not yet been burned, and so many of us know better.

While it is popular to screech that one has been ‘doxxed’ after been filmed at a public event where cameras are present, after one’s legal name is published, or when a photo taken in a public place appears online, none of these things actually constitute ‘doxxing.’ What doesconstitute doxxing is the publication of private, identifying information online (your face and name are not ‘private,’ sorry…) as a means of retaliation or to endanger an individual. For example, publishing the home address of a public figure like YouTuber Blaire White, who is very likely to be targeted by enemies or fans in a way that puts White at risk. Which is precisely what Jessica (née Jonathan) Yaniv did to White earlier this month.

While Yaniv’s name was graciously protected by a publication banuntil last month (despite the fact that he is the danger, not the one at risk of victimization), since the ban was lifted, we have been privy to a stream of incriminating and/or nauseating accusations and information.

So, what do we know about Jessica Yaniv? We know, until recently, he went by the name Jonathan. We know he filed 16 human rights complaints against female estheticians in the Vancouver area after they declined to give him a ‘Brazilian’ bikini wax. We know there are numerous allegations that he preyed on underage girls. Most recently, Anna Slatz published a piece at The Post Millennial, reporting how supposed agent and documentarian, Ryan Gordon, provided evidence of a text conversation between himself and Yaniv, wherein Yaniv appears to admit to having had ‘sexual contact’ with girls under the age of 16. Slatz also reported on yet another victim — Jane Doe, now 27 — who was pursued on by Yaniv when she was 16, working as an intern for a site Yaniv was blogging for in 2009, called Gizmofusion. We also know he owns a taser, which is illegal in Canada. Yaniv proudly informed White of this before doxxing White, who also identifies as transgender.

It was as a result of this taser-brag that Langley RCMP arrested Yaniv earlier this month, and searched his home, seizing two conducted energy weapons, bear mace, and pepper spray. Nonetheless, Yaniv was released back into the wild the next day. And, of course, right back onto Twitter, where he promptly announced that he is ‘a powerful, beautiful transgender woman with a huge heart for society with a mission to remove transphobia and #lgbtq discrimination globally.’

That’s right, a man who owns illegal weapons, has a long history of (allegedly!) predating on underage girls, who doxxed Blaire White, who told free speech activist Lindsay Shepherd that she had a ‘loose vagina’ and mocked a reproductive abnormality she has, and who has destroyed the business and livelihood of at least one immigrant woman, thanks to his vexatious complaints against women who do not desire to handle his genitals, still has a Twitter account. With 150,000 mostly-paid for followers.

According to Twitter, it is against the rules to either use multiple accounts to harass individuals or to doxx someone. Which is apparently what Yaniv did: use a sockpuppet account to doxx White.

Meanwhile, I — a longstanding independent feminist writer and journalist — was permanently banned from the platform for referring to Yaniv as ‘him.’ Got it. Weapons + (alleged!) sexual harassment and abuse + posting the private information of a person with the intention of putting them at risk + vile, misogynist comments targeting female Twitter users = all good. Referring to a male person who at the time was still using his male name and profile on social media as ‘him’ = harmful, dangerous, and bigoted.

In an interview with Joe Rogan and Tim Pool earlier this year, Head of Trust and Safety at Twitter Vijaya Gadde claimed she ‘has a rule against the abuse and harassment of trans people on Twitter.’ And, broadly, that her aim is to protect people from abuse and targeted harassment on the platform. Yet, Yaniv clearly targeted Blaire White, Lindsay Shepherd, and possibly others, considering he apparently operates other fake accounts beyond his main one. When questioned about their decision to permanently ban me, Gadde said, ‘My understanding, and I don’t have the tweet-by-tweet, is that she was warned multiple times for misgendering an individual she was in an argument with (and this individual is actually bringing a lawsuit against her in Canada as well).’ I have no idea who Gadde is referring to here, and clearly neither does she, as no one in Canada is bringing any lawsuit against me, but perhaps that Twitter CEOs are publicly lying about me in order to defend an indefensible decision is beside the point. My comments about men not being women and my choice to refer to males as ‘he,’ even if they say they are transgender, are not targeted, but general. I don’t refer to trans-identified males as ‘he’ in order to insult or harass (unless you believe being a man is inherently a bad thing), but because I don’t wish to support the ideology and legislation that stems from the notion that men can become women through self-declaration. Indeed, I believe it is dangerous to do so, as evidenced by Yaniv’s complaints that women won’t handle his penis against their will, which are being taken seriously at the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, solely because Yaniv says has declared himself to be female.

So, despite the fact I have never harassed or abused anyone on Twitter, Gadde elected to ban me, simply for stating ‘Yeah, it’s him,’ with regard to Yaniv, and has allowed Yaniv to remain on the platform, despite harassing people and intentionally putting White at risk. Despite being a potential danger to women and girls. Despite allegedly operating sockpuppet accounts in order to harass or harm other users.

To state that men cannot become female does not, by any stretch of the imagination, constitute harassment or abuse. It is a neutral fact, not an opinion or judgement. Posting the home address of an individual in order to encourage people to harass and abuse, does. Certainly, literal harassment and sexual abuse constitutes harassment and abuse.

At what point will Yaniv be held accountable for any of his horrid actions? Why is it he is able to get away with so much? How much digging and reporting must be done before a line is drawn? And, perhaps more importantly, why are women not allowed to speak the truth about material reality and alleged predators on Twitter?

It should be noted that those who initially took the risk of speaking out about Yaniv — Gallus Mag, for example, the blogger behind GenderTrender, and the woman who first outed Yaniv — have been punished and have yet to be vindicated. Many have now been suspended by Twitter for attempting to speak truthfully about Yaniv. I made the choice to bring a lawsuit against Twitter for this very reason.

It should disturb every one of us that Twitter has elected to enable someone like Yaniv, and to make an ideologically-driven lie an incontrovertible truth, while silencing and libeling women who dare challenge this.

Meghan Murphy is a writer in Vancouver, B.C. Her website is Feminist Current.
 

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Christ. I generally like Meghan Murphy but this is really very stupid. Most of it is yet another woe is me tale of "why oh why did I get banned from twitter when Yaniv still runs free"?

Meghan is smarter than this. Jonathan is not going to get arrested for cross border pedophilia until a likely several month's long very meticulous investigation is completed. If they ran out and arrested every pedo on a hunch within days, they would all be free right now. Double jeopardy is a thing. You can't be charged twice for the same crime. The cops have one shot and they need to make it good so they take their time and make sure everything is perfect.

So Meghan, the reason you got banned from twitter while Yaniv is still not in jail is that twitter is not the police. Twitter is a private company and as such they have no legal and constitutional restrictions on how they investigate you or how they punish you. There is no hypocrisy because twitter and the cops are two entirely different entities. Stop whining about your twitter ban and be happy you aren't under investigation as a pedophile. And have patience with a complicated investigation, Jesus.

I think her ban was stupid and wrong too but even I'm getting tired of hearing her bitch about it like it's the biggest deal in the known universe.
 

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That was quick. Someone should just call his bluff and countersue.
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Christ. I generally like Meghan Murphy but this is really very stupid. Most of it is yet another woe is me tale of "why oh why did I get banned from twitter when Yaniv still runs free"?

Meghan is smarter than this. Jonathan is not going to get arrested for cross border pedophilia until a likely several month's long very meticulous investigation is completed. If they ran out and arrested every pedo on a hunch within days, they would all be free right now. Double jeopardy is a thing. You can't be charged twice for the same crime. The cops have one shot and they need to make it good so they take their time and make sure everything is perfect.

So Meghan, the reason you got banned from twitter while Yaniv is still not in jail is that twitter is not the police. Twitter is a private company and as such they have no legal and constitutional restrictions on how they investigate you or how they punish you. There is no hypocrisy because twitter and the cops are two entirely different entities. Stop whining about your twitter ban and be happy you aren't under investigation as a pedophile. And have patience with a complicated investigation, Jesus.

I think her ban was stupid and wrong too but even I'm getting tired of hearing her bitch about it like it's the biggest deal in the known universe.

Meghan's not dictating the PD timeline here so much as she is challenging her nonsensical ban from Twitter. Ya, she knows she lost her lawsuit on exactly the grounds that you said, but fact is she's pointing out a glaring unfairness in how social media operates.

Remember Null's YT strike in December over a THUMBNAIL from JY? Null writing in jessicayaniv.org that "this doesn't happen for anything else?" JY sending that lawyer letter that ended up with his datacenter's corporate dumping him and him basically having to devise a new one and facing the prospect of peers refusing to connect to it? Because Null Tweeted about it on 8/6. Do you think it'd be fair for all Internet backbone companies worldwide to start dictating terms because they are, after all, private?

It's not about this one woman's bitching session. It's about the increasing ability of SM to be necessary in people's lives, sometimes financially. Ninety-nine point nine percent of those on SM are not going to be network engineers capable of building their own solution at the edge of the Internet, and as we saw 8/5, even that is tenuous.
 

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Meghan's not dictating the PD timeline here so much as she is challenging her nonsensical ban from Twitter. Ya, she knows she lost her lawsuit on exactly the grounds that you said, but fact is she's pointing out a glaring unfairness in how social media operates.

Remember Null's YT strike in December over a THUMBNAIL from JY? Null writing in jessicayaniv.org that "this doesn't happen for anything else?" JY sending that lawyer letter that ended up with his datacenter's corporate dumping him and him basically having to devise a new one and facing the prospect of peers refusing to connect to it? Because Null Tweeted about it on 8/6. Do you think it'd be fair for all Internet backbone companies worldwide to start dictating terms because they are, after all, private?

It's not about this one woman's bitching session. It's about the increasing ability of SM to be necessary in people's lives, sometimes financially. Ninety-nine point nine percent of those on SM are not going to be network engineers capable of building their own solution at the edge of the Internet, and as we saw 8/5, even that is tenuous.
Yeah I don't disagree but the title of her piece asks why she was banned while Jonathan is still not in jail and I would think the answer would be obvious. Keep it about twitter and leave the police investigation out of it. But honestly, leaving Jonathan's criminal transgressions out of this article and you've got another rehash of the same article she's written a million times. I get it. Her ban was unfair. Yaniv being allowed on twitter after all that sockpuppeting and bad faith tweet reporting is unfair. But it has nothing at all to do with why he's not in cuffs yet. These are two very unrelated things.

I wish I didn't have to say this because I genuinely like Meghan and I think she's smart as a whip but she's starting to come off a little nuts in that she refuses to let this go. Social media corporations have unfair rules but they're private companies and that's not going to change. Take the L you know? Everyone knows it's unfair. No one would disagree. I wish she would get back to reporting on interesting feminist topics and stop banging this drum. I'm not angry, just disappointed tbh.
 

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Yeah I don't disagree but the title of her piece asks why she was banned while Jonathan is still not in jail and I would think the answer would be obvious. Keep it about twitter and leave the police investigation out of it. But honestly, leaving Jonathan's criminal transgressions out of this article and you've got another rehash of the same article she's written a million times. I get it. Her ban was unfair. Yaniv being allowed on twitter after all that sockpuppeting and bad faith tweet reporting is unfair. But it has nothing at all to do with why he's not in cuffs yet. These are two very unrelated things.

I wish I didn't have to say this because I genuinely like Meghan and I think she's smart as a whip but she's starting to come off a little nuts in that she refuses to let this go. Social media corporations have unfair rules but they're private companies and that's not going to change. Take the L you know? Everyone knows it's unfair. No one would disagree. I wish she would get back to reporting on interesting feminist topics and stop banging this drum. I'm not angry, just disappointed tbh.

She quoted a Twitter exec saying that the goal was to make the platform safer for everyone. She got booted for calling Jon "he" when in fact he's still on there today lying about using multiple accounts to harass Blaire (both no-nos in Twitter TOS). That's just today's example, dozens of others have been curated since he reopened his account in March--including the "loose pussy"/Donald Trump in your uterus" remarks he made to Lindsay Shepherd, who then got banned for calling him a man. And yesterday, someone posted a ss showing they got a timeout for not pronouns but calling him a pedo.

Twitter not saying anything about this frankly incents people to keep trans people at arms length, because until they acknowledge it's just JY, they're implicitly saying this crowd of people gets to say and do whatever they want and you saying anything back means you risk a ban. Slight powerlevel for illustration--I try to respect Twitter pronouns. Rarely, I slip up unintentionally. Still, when people follow and I look at their profile, if there's pronouns in it I just block. No use in having followers dedicated to policing my language and with vastly more capability than me to take action.
 
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I think her ban was stupid and wrong too but even I'm getting tired of hearing her bitch about it like it's the biggest deal in the known universe.
Then don't listen. Cancerous biased crap continues on social media because normies don't know about it. This article and others like it are part of the process of changing that. Yes, that means that those of us on KF who knew about this long before the normies are going to hear stuff we already know, many, many times. It's an unavoidable annoyance of being ahead of the times, get used to it. And no, just taking the loss and moving on isn't acceptable. As long as trans influence dictates what is allowable to say in the public square, nothing is going to be done about any of their insane shit and women and children will be raped and children will have their genitals mutilated and sane decent people will be fired and persecuted and womens' sports will become a complete joke. They got their way by complaining longly and loudly enough to get support and now sane people have to do the same. Yes it's obnoxious but there is no better way.
 

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She quoted a Twitter exec saying that the goal was to make the platform safer for everyone. She got booted for calling Jon "he" when in fact he's still on there today lying about using multiple accounts to harass Blaire (both no-nos in Twitter TOS). That's just today's example, dozens of others have been curated since he reopened his account in March--including the "loose pussy"/Donald Trump in your uterus" remarks he made to Lindsay Shepherd, who then got banned for calling him a man. And yesterday, someone posted a ss showing they got a timeout for not pronouns but calling him a pedo.

Twitter not saying anything about this frankly incents people to keep trans people at arms length, because until they acknowledge it's just JY, they're implicitly saying this crowd of people gets to say and do whatever they want and you saying anything back means you risk a ban. Slight powerlevel for illustration--I try to respect Twitter pronouns. Rarely, I slip up unintentionally. Still, when people follow and I look at their profile, if there's pronouns in it I just block. No use in having followers dedicated to policing my language and with vastly more capability than me to take action.
Meh we've been agreeing to disagree a lot lately and we're gonna have to again.

We mostly see eye to eye here. I just think this wasn't her best work. She's beating a dead horse now imo. Surely there's another angle to take this. Maybe she could highlight a bunch of different women who have been hit by twitter for specious reasons to show the pattern? Idk but something new. The comparison between her twitter ban and Jon's lack of arrest was bad very bad.

I don't interact with many of the pronoun types on twitter mainly because I'm on every tranny blocklist under the sun for some reason. Anything that trannies might reply to is nothing but empty blocks all the way down for me. But funny you should mention twitter because I literally just saw this when I checked it a minute ago so I took a screenshot for you. I mean... How do you even take this seriously?
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Then don't listen. Cancerous biased crap continues on social media because normies don't know about it. This article and others like it are part of the process of changing that. Yes, that means that those of us on KF who knew about this long before the normies are going to hear stuff we already know, many, many times. It's an unavoidable annoyance of being ahead of the times, get used to it. And no, just taking the loss and moving on isn't acceptable. As long as trans influence dictates what is allowable to say in the public square, nothing is going to be done about any of their insane shit and women and children will be raped and children will have their genitals mutilated and sane decent people will be fired and persecuted and womens' sports will become a complete joke. They got their way by complaining longly and loudly enough to get support and now sane people have to do the same. Yes it's obnoxious but there is no better way.
Well yes it's obnoxious and I'm a supporter of hers. So if she's starting to turn off supporters maybe yes, there is a better way than being obnoxious enough to start coming off worse than she intended.

Loudly complaining is not how trans ideology got where it is today. It was a slow build like boiling a frog for decades and was helped along the way by many social changes such as the entire 3rd wave choosey choice, penis rights, "women are not a social class" feminism movement. We didn't get here with a couple of men in dresses being annoying af for a few months or even a few years. There's a hell of a lot more to it.

We're on the same side here. I just disagree with the way Meghan Murphy is handling this. There's no need to explain all the reasons troonery is bad.
 
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Double jeopardy is a thing. You can't be charged twice for the same crime. The cops have one shot and they need to make it good so they take their time and make sure everything is perfect.
Double jeopardy doesn't prevent you being charged twice for the same crime - if you are charged, but the charges are dropped pre-trial, double jeopardy won't prevent you being charged with the same crime at a later date. Jeopardy only attaches during court proceedings.
 

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