Dear Director Maurizio Molinari
I take the liberty of writing to you directly because you have dared to call me a TERF from the pages of your newspaper.
She told me, my mother, my good grandmothers. She called my granddaughters, my pupils, my friends TERF.
You, Mr Molinari, is calling TERF to all women who, upon entering the women's locker room, do not expect to see a naked man, with as much arrogance as His blessing will grant him in establishing that he has the right to perform in front of us, old women, girls, children.
You are calling TERF a those who, like me, have suffered for years the MOLESTATION of one of those people that theə articolistƏ Marzano calls women, WHY BEING WOMEN WOULD BE AN ABSTRACT CONCEPT AND NOT ACCORDING TO ANY REAL FACT, but this person, Director Molinari, had a penis and I know this not because I went and peeked in his underwear, which is what the women you dare to call TERF are always accused of.
You see, Maurizio, I know this because this person was not wearing underwear when he masturbated from the window in front of my house, to symbolically ejaculate in my garden.
Is this a woman, Maurizio?
Why did you never mention, Director, the women raped in prison by so-called 'women with penises', i.e. con men?
Why don't you write, Director, about all the paedophiles who claim to be 'women' and have better access to spaces where children also stay, not to mention the children of female prisoners. Why don't you publish the letters of Canadian women prisoners, for example?
Instead of calling Italian women TERF, you could, director, talk about theimpact it would have on medical data, crime statistics, or gender inequalities, that a large segment of the population could declare themselves to be of non-binary or different 'gender'. Any statistics would become useless.
I'll make it short, Director Molinari: WOMAN IS A HUMAN BEING, adult, OF FEMALE SEX.
I know it and so does she and so does the hypocritical Marzano.