This story has the built in assumption that the Duchess is a natural woman, and not a MTF. It then, by deduction, reinforces the idea that because she is a (real) woman with breasts, that taking pictures of them surreptitiously is wrong. Of course, most Europeans don’t sexualize breasts like America does, indicating this fake story was probably made in the USA.
To be clear, it’s postulated that most royals are transgender.
Three photographers appeared in a French court Tuesday over topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge, an alleged invasion of privacy that outraged Britain’s royal family.
The Royal Trans Family of Monaco – Elite Gender Inversion – 10:11 first EGI mention
MrE3000 has become one of the foremost EGI researchers on Youtube and he seems to be all the more interested in the wider implications of the prevalence of inverted gender characteristics in the entire class of the Elite. It may be a happenstance he coins his title as ‘Elite Gender Inversion’ as it coincides with our very own definition of the phenomenon. It is nevertheless a welcome coincidence and also a hope for more topical, in-depth and generalized analyses of the top 1% that rules us by deception and… inversion.
Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, Countess Elisabeth Toerring Jettenbach and Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent – 1930’s ( from the EGI forum thread )
Elite Gender Inversion is very much linked to social status and hierarchy and one of the countries that still perpetuate tradition in an important way is England and the British Monarchy. Ever since the order of the Garter was created in 1348 (by Edward III) the ruler of the Commonwealth Empire reward and honor both nobility and minor nobility.
If the Elite do practice inversion, it stands to reason that new members of the Nobility would be compatible with the criteria of gender inversion. As knighthood indeed signify being part of the Elite, who are actually invited into the club ? The latest Honors lists were distributed this New Year Eve, and the 2017 honors have so far been given to 34 Gentlemen (Sir’s) and 14 Dames.
Dame Vera Baird – Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner
Knighthood for services to women and equality
•wide shoulders, long arms, long neck with suspicious scars, wide set eyes, big ears and masculine hair quality
Dame Inga Beale – CEO Lloyd’s of London
Knighthood for services to the economy
•wide shoulders, important ribcage and volume, suspected breast implants, long arms, big hands, masculine neck, deep male eyes and masculine hair quality
Dame Henrietta Leyser Day – Science Director, Cambridge University
Knighthood for services to plant science, science in society
•square shoulders, square jaw, male nose and browridge with big deep set eyes, masculine neck and suspicion of Adams apple shave (scars camouflaged as riddles)
Dame Helen Jean Fraser – CEO, Girls’ Day School Trust
Knighthood for services to education
•male hands, shoulder-width and neck, male collarbones – male eyes, nose, mouth and brows
Dame Katherine Grainger – Athlete (rowing)
Knighthood for services to sport and charity
•remnants of trachea shave, impossibly wide set shoulders, square face, wide set male eyes, mouth and male chin, jaw and nose
Dame Martina Milburn – CEO, The Prince’s Trust Group
Knighthood for for services to charity
•masculine overall expression with wide set male eyes, cheekbone and brows
Dame Lorna Elizabeth Fox Muirhead – Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside
Knighthood for her services to midwifery
•very big creature – still exudes masculinity with wide shoulders, male nose, brow-ridge and deep set eyes
Dame Anna Wintour – Chief Editor Vogue & Creative Director Condé Nast
Knighthood for services to fashion and journalism
•very wide set eyes, male shoulders, arms and neck – probable plastic surgery on mouth and nose