A student editor at a top university has been fired in a transphobia row after he tweeted that 'women don't have penises'.
Angelos Sofocleous, assistant editor at Durham University's philosophy journal 'Critique', was sacked from his post after just three days for writing a tweet deemed 'transphobic' by fellow students.
Mr Sofocleous, 24, from Cyprus, faced disciplinary action last month after he re-tweeted an article by The Spectator on his Twitter titled 'Is it a crime to say women don't have penises?', with the comment: 'RT if women don't have penises'.Women do not have penises. Transgenderism is a mental illness that society has allowed to become expressed in public.
Women cannot have penises. Men cannot have vaginas. This is simple truth. That people are getting fired for saying simple truth shows you how far down the path of societal destruction we have traveled.