a reply to: tadaman
The following is a musing... I'm just going to see where my thoughts go, don't take this as serious or scientific, or even as my final thoughts on the
matter or even as "me"... I'm just getting something out of my system so I can then examine it and see where it takes me... Some of us have the
ability to consider certain stances and scenarios without necessarily wholeheartedly accepting them, although we may have an understanding or a more
sympathetic perspective on the pathways which led to various modes of thinking misunderstood or villified by the status quo...
Ok here we go...
These gender people are freaking crazy. Living in a make believe fantasy land. How can anyone not see that? Even a child knows... I promise you the
children are just going along with what the adults tell them, and they combine these overt communications with what they overhear, read online, learn
at school from teachers or kids, and they use the total info they have to then behave as they think is expected or, in the way they think will get
them what they want.
If a young boy has ascertained that, by acting like a girl, they will get a huge increase in attention, be treated as if they are special, given extra
privileges since their life is so much harder than a "normal" kid, they DESERVE an extra ice cream scoop, or to stay up a few hours later, then of
course they will jump through all the necessary hoops.
Wow, all the sudden, mom, dad, or both, suddenly care so much more about every little thing thats happening with me...just like a real family!
Yeah cause guess what childhood all the lucky "normal kids" get? Their parents stick them in front of the tv or pc or game consol and if they stay
quiet, they dont get yelled at. The parents are sucked into the daily grind of survival and have no time, interest or energy for the details or
minutia of their childs life... But if their child were to suddenly become "special", you can guarantee all that would change. Suddenly doctors and
magazines and talk shows want to know about your child. Which makes YOU a celebrity AND a "good parent"!
The BEST parent, in fact! You were accepting of this, so, you are automatically 100x more evolved and enlightened than 99.99999% of other people on
Earth, and, with your superbrain, you should probably be running the world at this point, and all the world's problems could be solved quickly, but,
you choose to sacrifice your life to parenting because, thats just who you are, humanities mommy and daddy, and, you win the contest of loving your
child the most.
Yes, indeed, its almost TOO perfect. The child simply acts in the most bizarre way they could imagine, and then wait patiently for some kid at school
to point it out in a less than flattering way, and then runs home crying and plays the victim...even though they purposely drew out the obviously
expected reaction from very predictable school children. As long as they get mommys love, a child cares little else about the others.
I wonder if these children will have mommy issues later in life? I wonder what an examination of todays current generations of adult transgender
population, and their relationship with their parents, especially the mother, would reveal? I guess a lot of the expected aberrations in the psyche of
the relationship would predictably be blamed on their growing up in a backward, ignorant society, which undoubtedly Would cause huge social
problems...but this more obvious cause has shielded the root caise of most of their issues. The relationship with, or rather, the lifelong competition
for the attention of, the mother. The competition that should have ended but never did...
I had a gifriend who became obsessed with the RuPaul show, about drag queens, which are not transexuals per se, but, I think we can agree there are
obvious parallels. A cross dresser is just a less advanced version of a transgender. They enjoy role playing as the other gender, or living as the
other gender or fantasizing about it, temporarily. A transgender is just someone who made the full transition to permanance.
Anyway, watch these drag queens when their parents are mentioned or brought on the show, or through video telecast or phone or whatever. The emotions
are always running High after a parental contact or even a mention of one's parents or childhood. Tears of joy or pain, either way... I suspect that
deep at the core of many of these people's very being, in a dominating, overwhelming sense, is this: "All I want, is for my mommy/daddy to acknowledge
(or continue to acknowledge) that I am a very special person and give me (or continue to give me) the love I need." And, based on the fulfillment or
nonfullfillment of this, they are either mostly happy or sad in life. The ones who have acceptance from their parent or parents, are, I won't say
"healthier", but, yes, they appear to be and are as healthy perhaps mentally as they could be, but I'll just say they are happy, and, when it comes
down to it, until other avenues are available, that's "all that matters" A
as they are less likely to hurt themselves or others.
See, the unhealthy aspect is they are hanging their entire happiness and well being on ANOTHER person's behavior, something they will never, without
drastic measures or improbable circumstances, will ever control to a satisfactory degree.
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