FAKE NEWS | Trans People Vanishing After Too Many Question Their Identity

By Shaun Tan

By Shaun Tan

Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and Staff Writer


UNITED STATES – As they’d been warning for years, members of the transgender community have begun disappearing into the ether after too many people were allowed to question their gender identity.


“In refusing to affirm my gender identity, you deny my very existence,” said Gabriella Martin, a 33-year-old trans woman from San Francisco, as her body splintered into fragments, which dissolved into thin air. “And so, I cannot exist.


“It’s consensus reality,” she said, “look it up.”


Marissa Click, Professor of Gender Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles, said she was not surprised by this development.


“For years, trans people have been warning that doubting or questioning their gender identity amounts to a denial of their existence,” she said.


“Trans people require everyone else to blindly accept their gender identity and to demonstrate belief in it on a daily basis,” Click explained. “If you don’t believe in them, they can cease to exist, like Tinkerbell.


“Every time you fail to use their chosen pronouns, every time you question whether trans women should compete in women’s sports, or whether children ‘really’ have gender dysphoria, or whether men can get pregnant, you threaten their very existence.”


Click added that in some cases, this lack of faith could make trans people literally disintegrate into nothingness, like in the end of Avengers: Infinity War.


“I don’t feel so good,” said Patrick Perez, 24, (him/they), a trans man from New York, as the lower half of his body faded away. He blamed their fate on those who refused to learn their pronouns.


“My pronouns!” he screamed, as he sublimated. “Why couldn’t you just learn my pronouns?!”


He also blamed those who made “transphobic” jokes and used “trans-exclusionary language,” like the word “women.


“Dave Chappelle, J. K. Rowling, this is all on you,” he cursed, vanishing.


Nelson Price, 28, another trans man from New York, said this is why “trans-denying hate speech” needs to be heavily policed.


“Such speech erases trans people,” he said, as he atomized. “Words are violence; I told you, I fucking told you.”