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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: WalterTilley
Maybe because they want respect for who they are and aren't getting it? I didn't realize that there was a minimum threshold of membership that a particular group needs to achieve to be treated like a human being.
originally posted by: AProudLefty
a reply to: scrounger
Name one person who claimed that they can change their biological sexes.
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
A man’s penis becomes a female penis once a man declares himself to be transgender, says Indya Moore, one of the players in a transgender-themed TV show on FX network.
Transgender Actor Asserts Existence of ‘Biologically Female Penis’
This article definitely concerns an "alternate" view on biology. I can't believe there are people who actually believe this...how can they make such a statement with a straight face? Get the pun there?
Moore took the often-heard rallying cry “trans women are women” one step further: She argued that if trans women are biological women, by definition, a trans woman’s penis is “a biologically female penis.” That’s a radical point missing in mainstream discussions on trans bodies, as trans women are often made to feel as if they should be ashamed of their genitals if they don’t have a vagina.
“Don’t use science to justify your bigotry,” Moore tweeted at critics of the “female penis” claim. “The world is way too weird for that s**t.”
So there you have it folks...a mentally ill person stating that people who use science to justify biological concepts are "bigots.' Well then, I'm a bigot. I guess tennis legend Martina Navratilova is a "bigot" and "transphobic" for stating that transgender women have an unfair advantage when competing against biological females. Matter of fact, a LGBTQ organization severed ties with Navratilova over her "false understanding of science and data, and [perpetuated] dangerous myths."
The group said Navratilova’s recent assertions in an op-ed she penned for the Sunday Times about trans athletes were “transphobic, based on false understanding of science and data, and [perpetuated] dangerous myths that lead to the ongoing targeting of trans people through discriminatory laws, hateful stereotypes and disproportionate violence.”
The 18-time Grand Slam tennis singles winner came under fire after she argued it would be “cheating” to allow transgender women to compete in women’s sporting events due to “unfair physical advantages,” the BBC reported.
"A man can decide to be female, take hormones if required by whatever sporting organization is concerned, win everything in sight and perhaps earn a small fortune, and then reverse his decision and go back to making babies if he so desires," she wrote.
“It’s insane and it’s cheating,” she continued. “I am happy to address a transgender woman in whatever form she prefers, but I would not be happy to compete against her. It would not be fair.”
Recently, another Lesbian got into trouble because of her "distorted" views on biology.
Julia Beck, a lesbian activist kicked off a Baltimore LGBTQ Commission for using the “wrong” pronoun to refer to an alleged male rapist who considers himself a female, defended “biological reality” while lamenting the fact that, in today’s environment, men can easily “gain access to single-sex spaces” simply by calling themselves female
“The L, G and B, are based on sexuality, sex, biological reality, but the T is based on gender identity, which is not based in biological reality. In fact, I would argue it is opposed to biological reality,” said Beck. “The LGB is very different from the T, and I don’t think it is fair to lump us all into the same acronym.”
C'mon Julia, you can't actually believe in those dangerous myths concocted by science. How dare you!