EDITORIAL NOTE: Here we republish an article by the notorious transphobe, spurned_spouse666. We believe it contains important information on internet privacy relevant to all users.
Well, girls (and I mean real girls) now that a former gold medal decathlon winner has come out as transgender… all my warnings about the clear and present transgender menace are coming to pass.
I mean, really… who’s next? Bruce Willis, Vin diesel, Barack Obama? I guess all the things about plastic packaging are true… or maybe it’s the water supply… whatever it is it seems that our nation’s men are slowly being turned into a legion of pansies. However, while no woman is safe from the emergence of a transkenstein in the midsts of their family… one thing we can guard against is the surprise attack when your previous bastion of manliness suddenly announces out of the blue he’s changing his name from Ken to Portia.
You see, there’s this little thing called the internet… and if your husband is transgender or transvestite or whatever… his internet history will reveal it all. Now, of course, it’s at this point that you’ll say this is a terrible way to find out if he’s a tranny because… he “deletes his history…” Sugar, deleting the history doesn’t do nothing; if you’re smart enough… or maybe just twisted enough…you can get round history-delete easily. They don’t call me spurned_spouse666 for nothing!
Basically (and not a lot of people know this) every single website visited from your residence is logged in your router. And that’s why it’s so dangerous for those secret transgender husbands: they don’t know about router logs so they go online ferreting around their weird transvestite and transsexual websites thinking no one will ever know.
The first thing you need is the password for the router. Because so few people ever enter their router virtually no one knows it… but if you find the box the relevant information will be in the manual or on a special piece of paper. If it’s not… don’t worry… all you need to do is call your internet service provider and they’ll happily tell you the password (especially if you can speak to a sister and you tell her you want to find out if your husband or boyfriend is a secret transsexual.)
You enter your router via your computer… (it has it’s own IP address (this information is also in the manual)). Once you’re in you simply have to look at ‘logs’. Now, unfortunately, girls… what you won’t see is a great long list of websites… instead… you’ll see a long list of IP addresses which correspond to a great long list of websites. But don’t be disheartened… there are dozens of free websites and apps which will convert the list into good old fashioned URLs.
Trust me, if your husband is a gender bender… it’ll be pretty damn obvious… it won’t just be that you’ll see multiple entries for transvestite etc… you’ll see all sorts of related porn and crossdressing material.
Now, listen… BECAUSE THIS IS IMPORTANT. UNFORTUNATELY… THERE EXISTS THE OPTION TO DELETE THE LOGS… so, now this method of history listing has been published online, your tranny of a husband might try to cover his dirty tracks. So get on the case, girl!