posted on May, 14 2016 @ 03:20 AM
a reply to: samerulesapply
what boggles my mind also is what makes people think everyone who claim they identify with something are right each time.
what gives someone the authority to say 'im something im not'. thats something so paramount i would think a professional medical personnel should
determine. how can everyone who self diagnose as 'trans' are always right, what if someone has a legitimate issue, but they just happen to be
affected with the trans idea coincidently.
there are people with dementia. what if someone becomes schizophrenic and thinks theyre a different gender... then what?
its just a facade...
what if a trans person male by birth, now 'became a woman'; and was in a accident which requires an organ transplant from a male counter part. as the
organs dont 'transiton' , what then, is that trans person going to ask for a female organ knowing it may fail and die a martyr, or is sanity going to
hypocriticaly creep back in....
how can this only happen to mostly men...
if this is a natural thing and not some chemical imbalance, then it should happen in nature all over. at some point if the trans thing is nature
actually mistakenly puting someone in the 'wrong body' then it should be observable in other biological carbon based life.... all of it. how come
there arent any lions who identify as butterflies, or never has a male rhyno, been observed to want to be a female rhyno...or why is it only specific
to gender like the OP points out.
why arent people identifying as rabbits or owls. the same way people genuinely feel like theyre a different sex, why arent cases of anything else
they identify with...
statistically impossible in nature.
edit on 14-5-2016 by odzeandennz because: (no reason given)