Anti-trans activist made a calendar so TERFs can hate trans women all year long

Anti-trans activist Posie Parker
Anti-trans activist Posie Parker Photo: Screenshot

A British anti-transgender activist is selling a viciously transphobic 2024 calendar featuring images of notable trans women. It’s title: “He’s a Man!!”

Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, also known as Posie Parker, is the founder of the anti-trans group Standing for Women. She’s credited with popularizing the slogan “adult human female” to define womanhood after she used her Posie Parker pseudonym to create an anti-trans billboard featuring the phrase in Liverpool in 2018. She also runs the Adult Human Female online store, where she sells apparel, accessories, homeware, and even Christmas merchandise featuring anti-trans slogans.

The site is currently selling the “He’s a Man” calendar. The version available in the U.S. features photos of swimmer Lia Thomas and other high-profile trans women on the cover. Hilariously, it also includes the words “365 Days of Being a Bloke.” As X users have pointed out, next year is a leap year, meaning there are actually 366 days in 2024.

Depressingly, the calendar is already sold out on the U.S. site.

Keen-Minshull posted about the product in late November and has since received a ton of backlash.

“Clearly you care more about selling tacky fetish calendars which dehumanise trans women – all for YOUR monetary gain, btw – than feminism. Trans people are all you tweet about. You don’t care about women, trans or cis. You capitalise off of fearmongering. It’s all for the £,” one X user commented on Keen-Minshull’s post.

“Y’all have a trans fetish, don’t ya? Idk about others but I buy calendars with things on it that I like, bc I have to look at it. But here you are, a calendar full of stolen images of strangers who didn’t consent to their pictures being used to make crap merch,” another pointed out.

“Imagine being so absolutely obsessed with trans women that you spend real money to get a calendar full of pictures of them and hang it on your own wall so you can look at it every single day,” another wrote.

The calendar appears to be a crudely designed piece of work, assembled using photos that Keen-Minshull and her organization clearly didn’t take. More than one X commenter noted that she could potentially be sued for including the images if she hasn’t bothered to acquire the rights to use them.

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