Janis Joplin – little doubt

Tell me this Janis “Character” wasn’t a MTF transvestite… and the first one they purposely put out there openly in front of the entire world during the late 60’s rebellion period when people were doing their street drugs and experimenting was becoming the fashion. (This was actually big brother’s experiment). This isn’t about whether or not this person was in the “27” famous celebrity death’s club or not, just tell me this person didn’t sound like a dude, and didn’t look like a dude; or that he wasn’t put out there to pave the way for other artists to form and force their homo gay trans agenda lifestyles. Can you tell me this isn’t so?

Source: Was this Janis “Character” a Dude or What? | The Transvestigator

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Skull & Bones

Male and Female Skull
Distinctive cranial gender disparities

One of the major differences in male and female anatomy is the human skull structure. When archeologists find human remains they can very quickly determinate gender from a cranium. The gender specific markers are most apparent in the general overall shape, eye-socket, forehead, cheek and jawbone.

Once we add hair, muscles, skin and (often) makeup these underlying features do however become less discernible. Additionally plastic surgery is often practiced where they can shave off bones and add silicon implants to mimic the form of bones. At this point we are of course no longer able to categorically recognize gender by the underlying bone structure alone or by focalizing on one of these specificities by themselves.

In Mushroom God’s video hereunder, there might not be enough image material to validate suspicion of EGI in the two cases of British Secretary of State Boris Johnson and former Prime Minister David Cameron. The video does however emphasize the very typical signs of a female skull and how it can be recognized very quickly from only a few profile pictures. There is more material on both figures from other researchers, but to demonstrate how female both these entities are in terms of head shape and underlying cranial features, Mushroom Gods really does an excellent job.. Sometimes short and simple trumps long and loud.

Mushroom Gods – 01:29 mm:ss
Boris Johnson and David Cameron are WOMEN

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Short Tall list

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Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones might be too big to be real

The list quickly become very long when looking at tall female celebrities. We are often reminded that there is no such thing as gender specific traits nor ethnicity, yet we all perceive there are definite, unmistakeable differences that exist despite what experts and theorists claim.

Of course, there are true cases of tall women and girls that look like boys. However, height and masculinity are not criteria we define as typical with the general characteristics of females. When we have public figures that display either or both of atypical gender signs such as masculinity or very tall stature, we might not censor such discriminatory thoughts as commonly advised but instead be critical and analyze what we observe.

There is no shortage of tall Hollywood actresses and public figures and some are already in the limelight of YouTube “transvestigations” as they in addition to height display masculine elements in their respective physiques. There is however a tendency to proceed with ‘transvestigations’ in a little structured way where knowledge and insight is often lost to sensationalism and derogatory language*.

When we analyse public figures by size, it becomes clear that there are more tall female celebrities than what is generally observed in the general population. To be tall as a female is no crime or automatic conviction of being an Elite Gender Inverted individual – but as the list hereunder show – it is a very common trait to find suspect MTF persons to be taller than average for obvious reasons. EGI individuals would be aware of the problems that height represent to FTM individuals and it is likely official measurements are slightly reduced from actual values. Many celebrity measurements would be tailored to best hide any perceived EGI defects*.

Sometimes experts and demographic research blame the increase of overall height on ‘evolution’ or food and hormones contained within it. Whenever celebrities are concerned, maybe most of those hormones are not in their organic food but rather stems from use of advanced Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)…

Elizabeth Debicki 190cm
E. Debicki known from ‘The Great Gatsby’ stand tall at 190cm (6’3″)
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Short Tall Females List
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#01 Karlie Kloss (1992) American Model, 185cm (6’1″)
A ‘supermodel’ known from Victoria’s Secrets lingerie campaigns where she acted as the brands ‘Angel’ from 2013 to 2015. She’s been the face of campaigns for Coach, Nike, Donna Karan, Lacoste, Christian Dior. As an actress she has appeared in ‘Zoolander 2’ and starred in Taylor Swift’s music video ‘Bad Blood’.

#02 Saffron Burrows (1972) English Actress and model, 183cm (6’0″)
Started her career as a model in Paris and London for Chanel, Yves Saint-Laurent and Vivienne Westwood. As an actress she’s known for her roles in ‘The Bank Job’ alongside Jason Statham and ‘Troy’ alongside Brad Pitt. Married her girlfriend Alison Balian and has 2 children with her wife.

#03 Monika Schnarre (1971) Canadian Actress and model, 188cm (6’2″)
Youngest girl to win Ford Modeling Agency’s contest “Supermodel of the World” and youngest ever to appear on the cover of “American Vogue” and “Sports Illustrated” swimsuit issue. Schnarre also starred in a number of movies, most notably appearing alongside a pregnant Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘Junior’.

#04 Uma Thurman (1970) American Actress and model, 183cm (6’0″)
After appearances on covers of British Vogue she made her movie break-through in Dangerous Liaisons (1988). Thurman is best known for her subsequent performances in Quentin Tarantino’s movies Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. Her mother, Nena Thurman, was once married to LSD famed Timothy Leary.

#05 Brooke Shields (1965) American Actress and Model, 183cm (6’0″)
Appeared as a child prostitute the film ‘Pretty Baby’ at only 12 years old and did the cover of Vogue magazine at 14. Promoted as the worlds most beautiful woman she is known for early Kalvin Klein ads and appeared on more than 300 magazine covers internationally early 1980s. Lost lawsuit with photographer Garry Gross who made nude photos of Brooke when she was only 10.

#06 Elle Macpherson (1964) Australian Model and TV presenter, 183cm (6’0″)
First known for cover appearances for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in the 1980s, leading to her nickname ‘The Body’. Co-owner of Fashion Cafe in New York together with Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell.

#07 Famke Janssen (1964) Dutch Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
She studied economics and modeled for Chanel before turning to acting where she first gained popularity as a Bond girl in GoldenEye (Xenia Onatopp) before becoming part of the X-Men series and the action film series Taken (1-2-3) alongside Liam Neeson.

#08 Allison Janney (1959) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Award-winning actress known from primetime tv-series such as ‘The West Wing’, ‘Masters of Sex’ and ‘Mom’. Janney has appeared in many films including ‘American Beauty’, ‘Juno’ and ‘Mom’. She admires feminist Susan B. Anthony.

#09 Geena Davis (1956) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Worked as a model before landing a small role in ‘Tootsie’. She won an Oscar for her role in ‘The Accidental Tourist’ (1988) and in gained world-wide attention for her role opposite Susan Sarandon in ‘Thelma & Louise’.

#10 Sigourney Weaver (1949) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Following her film debut as a minor character in Annie Hall, she quickly came to prominence in 1979 with her first lead role as Ellen Ripley in Alien. Known for deep husky yet smooth voice.

#11 Elizabeth Debicki (1990) Australian Actress, 190cm (6’3″)
Made her feature film debut in ‘A Few Best Men’ and won the AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in ‘The Great Gatsby’. Born in Paris to a Polish and Australian dancer couple.

#12 Ana Hickmann (1981) Brazilian Model, 185cm (6’1″)
Brazilian model who has worked for Victoria’s Secret, Nivea, L’Oreal, Clairol, and Bloomingdales
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*with most (or all) Youtuber’s it is easy to loose sight of basic information and applicable insight without being dragged into advanced genetics, cloning and untasteful language and mockery.
*in Europe FTM EGI individuals would try to not exceed 179cm officially, whereas in the US most actresse would try to top out at 5’11” (6 feet for a women is experienced as very tall considering they also would wear shoes with heels – at least in Gala’s and other prestigious events and gatherings).

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Wimble Don’s

1977 Virgnia Wade
Virginia Wade with ‘Venus Rosewater Dish’ & Queen Elizabeth (1977)

Not all sports are created equal, and Real Tennis was once the passtime of Royal’s and the most popular sport in pre-revolution France. Tennis on grass was of course invented in England as a popular version of the original french game “Jeu de Paume” which was initially played by hand. The meaning of “tennis” is taken from the french expression “tenez” which means to hold and more specifically ‘here you are’ when playing on a court.

And here they are – playing with gender since a long time back according to available imagery. Natural women didn’t look different only a 100 years back but EGI individuals did as the elite had not yet attained the EGI refinement of today.

Often called “the sport of Kings”, the fiercest battles have traditionally been held at Wimbledon where the Queen herself consecrate new champions* each July since 1877. The spectators ravish in ‘Strawberries and Cream‘ as the game is played in the honor of Venus on the courts. Strawberry fields forever ?

Lottie Dodd 1887
Lottie Dodd – 5 times Wimble Don winner (1887-1893)

Charlotte Cooper 1895
Charlotte Cooper – 5 times Wimble Don winner (1895-1908)

Dorothea Douglass 1903
Dorothea Douglass – 7 times Wimble Don winner (1903-1914)

Suzanne Lenglen 1919
Suzanne Lenglen – 6 times Wimble Don winner (1919-1925)

Helen Wills 1927
Helen Wills – 8 times Wimble Don winner (1927-1938)

Doris Hart 1951
Doris Hart – Wimble Don winner (1951) and 9 Doubles titles

Althea Gibson 1957
Althea Gibson – 2 times Wimble Don winner (1957-1958)

Margaret Court 1963
Margaret Court – 3 times Wimble Don winner (1963-1970)

*all examples in the post are amateur players. The “pros” appeared in 1968 and seem to keep gender confused traditions – many are more contemporary and publicly known as the Williams brothers, Amelie Mauresmo, Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova or Chris Evert to name but winners (leaving out sex-symbols such as Gabriela Sabatini, Anna Kournikova or Eugenie Bouchard)

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Can you hear him ?

Kim Carnes – Bette Davis Eyes (1981) – Ichnos71live YT channel – 03:23 mm:ss

Most of the research into EGI is made through imagery and visual support. We are more visual than ever before as images literally surround us and are in our living rooms, on our computers and in our pockets and hands with smartphones and iPads.

Much of the imagery is of course accompanied by sound, but audio is less impactful and more elusive than visualization. When we try to lend ourselves to the exercise of isolating sound from images there are individuals and tones that rings gender-inversion. Can you hear the sound of EGI below (and/or above) ?

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12 Famous Women admired for their “sultry” voices

# 01 Bonnie Tyler
Coming second in a talent contest inspired Bonnie Tyler to become a singer, but it wasn’t until she damaged her vocal cords through sheer frustration that she developed her career-defining husky voice
# 02 Janis Joplin
Janis Joplin is best remembered for her rebellious lifestyle, her psychedelic Porsche, her free flowing fashion sense and above all, her distinctive voice.
# 03 Scarlett Johansson
my deep voice nearly wrecked my career when I was a child
# 04 Emma Stone
Having colic as a baby is what gave me my trademark husky voice
# 05 Joan Jett
The smoking, Jett says later, loosens up the edges and range of her distinctively craggy voice
# 06 Haley Reinhart
Reinhart’s voice has been praised for its identifiable rasp and growl, which she is able to control for extended periods of time without suffering any vocal degradation
# 07 Lindsay Lohan
After a few years of living in London, Lindsay Lohan has developed an entirely new accent and way of speaking
# 08 Miley Cyrus
She is tiny and delicate-looking, with big Bambi eyes and a full mouth, but her voice is husky and unexpectedly deep
# 09 Jaime Pressly
I had this high-pitched voice, and then when I was nine I started talking like this all of a sudden. My mom was like, “What the hell is that? Puberty at nine?
# 10 Rachael Ray
I will be having throat surgery this December. I have had a husky voice my entire life and I always thought it was from too much talking. I finally found a brilliant throat specialist who discovered the real cause of my vocal problems.
# 11 Tara Reid
Tara Reid had everything needed to make her a lasting Hollywood star. She may never have had the brilliant acting chops, but she had the ambition, the looks, and a sultry voice to match
# 12 Juliette Lewis
She lets loose with that famously raspy voice that can evoke a furious Janis Joplin, strutting around the stage with a panther pride and jerking her body with frenetic, unhinged movements that I can only describe as being akin, in the best possible way, to a banshee exorcism.

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