posted on Oct, 22 2018 @ 10:32 AM
Good. From a scientific and legal standpoint, you are indeed the sex/gender (same thing) you are born with. That doesn't change merely because we will
it too - our bodies are no more "democratic" than our Constitutional Republic
That said, if individuals want to call themselves another gender they are free to do so. No one is disparaging them or denying them their rights. You
have the right to call yourself a different gender/sex. You do not have the right to force others to recognize your assertion/belief.
It makes no sense - and is very confusing (possibly even dangerous) - to use anything except legal sex as it pertains to public functions. Imagine if
someone incarcerated had prison authorities convinced/fooled that a "she" is a "he." Can you imagine the mortal danger that woman would be in in a
male prison in general population? Extreme. Those animals won't care that she believes she's a he, and maybe even convincingly looks like a male too.
They won't care
Same for medical purposes. This whole transgender nonsense is trying to push the false belief that men and women are absolutely equal in 100% of
things. We are equal under the law. We have equal value, equal worth. We are equally capable of intelligence. But men and women have differences, we
are not interchangeable. There are some activities men do better than women. There are some activities women do better than men. Point it, trying to
pretend they are "fluid" and interchangeable isn't doing these people any favors
Treat them as transgender if you want. Use their selected nouns if you
are comfortable doing so, and don't use them if you are not comfortable
doing so. I have no problem respecting other people, but that respect ends when they ask - nay, demand - that we permit them to falsely swear to
alternative facts with no demonstrated/reproducible basis in science. All they have to do to "prove" transgenderism is demonstrate some change that
takes place outside of that person's brain
. Because mental changes only sound like a psychiatric condition (as it was considered for years,
before the PC puss') whereas showing physical natural bodily changes may lend credibility to their "fluidity" theory (those not induced by dangerous
chemicals/hormones AKA artificial process not natural)
Again none of which is to discourage Americans from doing as they see fit. Just 1) Don't expect others to go along with it (unless they want to) and
2) Don't expect the public/government (same thing) to go along with it.