“Claude really seems to be into using slurs. Like for a trans man he uses ‘tranny’ so fucking much that it’s creepy.”

I don’t think K. M. Claude realizes how harmful slurs are. He thinks that if he personally isn’t offended by something, no else is allowed to be.

Examples:

  • Claude has repeatedly used the term futa/futanari in reference to porn, even though many people have told him that it’s a slur against trans women and intersex people. [x], [x], [x]
    • He also tried to argue that ‘futa’ and ‘cuntboy’ had nothing to do with trans people, even though many people use those words as slurs against trans people.
  • He thinks trans men can call themselves dykes. [x], [x], [x]
  • Claude never tags or warns for slurs when he uses them in his posts.
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“A cis person asked Claude if liking porn that fetishizes transfolk is okay or not. Three guesses as to how Claude responded. Hint: It was gross.”

From the post in question:

“Dude, it’s just drawings. Who fucking cares, enjoy it. Besides, futa and cuntboys ain’t trans so please don’t feel guilty or let anyone make you feel bad for liking that shit.”

If the characters in futa/cuntboy porn aren’t supposed to be trans, then why do people see them as interchangeable with trans people? Why do people use the terms ‘futa’ and ‘cuntboy’ as slurs against trans people? Fact is, cis people who consume and produce this kind of porn are harming trans people, because they’re treating us as if our existence is inherently deviant and reducing us to a fetish.

(Also, FYI, futa/cuntboy porn harms intersex people too.)