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So is hyperbole, it would seem.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: riiver
Because the left seems to think that if we try hard enough, somehow we can create a world where no one ever has to feel bad about anything. They don't seem to understand that it's a false hope. No matter how hard they try to force people to dance to their SJW tunes and play their silly word games and do catastrophic surgery on children before they really understand what is being done to them, then no one will ever feel bad and we'll all be perfectly happy and equal and happy and stuff all the time, forever and ever, amen, all hail NWO.
Oh, and ignorance is bliss.
originally posted by: Annee
originally posted by: Deaf Alien
originally posted by: interupt42
a reply to: seasonal
That is just insane. A kindergarten kid has no idea about sexuality at that age . It would have been more productive and related for the children to have read a book about little johny becoming batman.
Gender identity has nothing to do with sexuality.
Here we go again.
You'd think with the multitude of threads on Transgender - - the "I really don't want to know" participants would learn something.
originally posted by: LungFuMoShi
I'll hang around and wait for completely unbiased, transgender expert kaylaluv to come along and post those links to the famous "peer reviewed" studies.
Because these allleged "peers" are incorruptible, it's highly unlikely that they want to pander to or fear the backlash they'd receive if they openly stated otherwise.
it has now reached a point where it is 100% impossible to convince me that there is not some sinister agenda being played out. All that's left now is for the fakes, phonies and creepy pervs to finally admit they're full of it. All it takes it honest observation and refusal to be bullied into accepting this insanity.
i shan't hold my breath...