posted on Jul, 17 2017 @ 03:50 AM
What is the endgame of making everybody neutral to please a very, very small minority?
I fear that it will be illegal in the future to call yourself male or female if you are one and it will only be allowed for transgender people to call
Will the future be people who all look the same, with shaved hair and overalls, who call themselves neutral genders in order to make a tiny fraction
not feel offended?
I mean, where does it end. By nature [you know the big thing that rules life, the universe and everything], mammals [and a lot of other species] are
male and female for a very good reason. Nature even adornes one of the two with gaudy colours sometimes to attract the opposite sex. The LGBTXYZ
community wants to go above nature and the majority of living beings on earth.
They don;t want equality, they want to be better and more important with more rights than the mjority. Why else would we change what fits just fine
I have so changed my view on the LGBTetc community lately. From defending them and their rights and getting quite upset when people don't believe
trans people to now getting really pissed off and starting to doubt quite a few of them.
I know that you can be at odds with your gender, but then some people are at odds with other things. Like those that marry inanimate objects or people
who feel that one of their limbs needs to be taken off.
Their feelings are just as strong and just as real as having gender dysphoria, yet one group wants all the rights and the others get none and are
called mentally ill.
The LGBTand so on community aren't the only ones on this earth who are different. They are the only ones though that make such a bloody big deal out
of their condition [yup] that the rest of the normal [yup - as in the norm and not different] have change for them. That is what people are getting
Live your life, if you are unfairly treated speak up but you are a tail wagging a dog and that makes people lose sympathy.
I know I have. And you can only blame yourself and your oversensitive reactions for it.