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originally posted by: zazzafrazz
a reply to: TzarChasm
Yeah granny aint keeping this to Jenna.....
She has tarred all trans with the same brush as Jenna. And no Trans people don't all "make a bread circus out of it"
originally posted by: Spiramirabilis
a reply to: grandmakdw
It was rude grams. Kinda meant for it to be. No apology from me
You went to a great deal of trouble to lay out a genetic case for why Ms. Jenner is a liar. I have a real problem with that
You then tried to use all your scientific knowledge to prove this unprovable point. Then you dismissed it all - saying that you didn't really care about any of it anyway - because it was clear (which, again - it is not) that he's just a money grubbing attention seeking, (not very nice) person - and that the whole thing is a sham....
No doubt I've violated the T&C just then - but, oh well
You still never answered my question, because obviously you can't.
The real meat of Homeschoolers Anonymous' findings are in excerpts from a memoir written by Dolezal's older biological brother, Joshua, titled Down From the Mountaintop: From Belief to Belonging. (He is currently facing charges of sexual abuse against a child.) The memoir paints a picture of religious fanaticism, including passages that describe speaking in tongues; his family's beliefs evoke a Pentecostal strain of the Christian patriarchy–style views of the Duggar clan from TLC's 19 Kids and Counting. (Both the Duggars and the Dolezals apparently endorsed the child-abuse-as-discipline technique known as "blanket training.") Joshua Dolezal describes his father's rages and his mother nearly bleeding to death after a miscarriage, relying on faith-healing instead of modern medicine. He claims he and his sister were born at home without the assistance of a physician or midwife, and listed "Jesus Christ" as the witness on their birth certificates. (Rachel Dolezal said on Tuesday that she was born "in the woods.")