Twitter Tranny Advocate for "Women in Tech" Accused of Raping Wife

A lot of men who claim to be women deeply resent actual women

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Dana Contreras, a man, married his wife Melissa in 2007. Then he had surgery to mutilate himself so that he could pretend to be a woman. Then despite not going to college, got a top job at Twitter where he became an advocate for transgender issues, but then things didn't go so well.

Contreras, who now also goes by Dana McCallum, has been charged with raping his wife.

A prominent advocate for transgender and women’s rights in the tech world has been charged with raping his wife, The San Francisco Examiner has learned.

Dana McCallum, a senior engineer at Twitter who speaks and writes about women’s and transgender rights and technology issues, was arrested Jan. 26 and booked into County Jail on suspicion of five felonies, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

McCallum, 31, whose legal name is Dana Contreras, was charged Jan. 29 with five felonies, including three counts of spousal rape, one count of false imprisonment and one count of domestic violence, according to the District Attorney’s Office. He has since pleaded not guilty.

McCallum has been out of jail on $350,000 bail. A condition of his release is that he attend AA meetings, according to court documents.

So apparently, and not unusually, there's a trifecta of psychological problems here. Transgender is not a birth identity, as some activists like to claim, it's a mental breakdown.

A December story in Business Insider listed McCallum as one of the most important gay people in the tech world.

According to McCallum’s profile on the online publication Model View Culture, for which he wrote about transgender people and women in tech in January 2013, “Dana McCallum has been working in software engineering and engineering leadership since 2000. As an advocate for women in technology and the LGBT community."

Also an advocate for raping them.

A lot of men who claim to be women deeply resent actual women and violently lash out at them. Mr. McCallum/ Contreras would not be the first man pretending to be a woman to behave that way.

Tech sites frequently interviewed Dana McCallum as representing "women in tech" when he wasn't a woman. He admitted as much in an article in which he said that, "My own success as a trans woman in tech rests on a bedrock of white, middle-class, and yes, male, privilege; few trans people are so fortunate."

Meanwhile the alleged rapist, accused the Lean Ins of "reinforcing patriarchal, capitalist structures".

Like rape.

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