posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 07:10 AM
To say "their dance, their rules" doesn't fly. It doesn't work when concerning citizen rights in the US, shouldn't work for this. It's like
saying "Government can do what it wants to you, I mean you are living in their country".
I think she is just wanting to cause a scene, and force everyone to HER way of thinking.
Same with protesters too, they don't care about the causes they fight for, they just do it to cause a scene and gain attention
She is forcing
everyone to her way of thinking? lol, so telling her what to wear isn't forcing her into a their way of thinking? Applying gender stereotypes isn't
forcing a certain mindset? I find that comment funny because by nature they're forcing students to use their way of thinking on dresscode.
What exactly is "her way of thinking"? Gays that want to marry are probably doing it just to force people into their way of thinking, yeah
Like I mentioned before, if you look like a man, can you wear a tux? What if you're a female, but look like a man. Hypothetically, you could have
two identical people that have male characteristics. Exactly the same outward physical traits except one has female parts, but besides that they look
exactly the same. How exactly does having female parts affect anyone when its all hidden under clothes and the outward appearance, in this example,
is the same? If you can't answer those questions, which no one will be able to, then you don't have the foresight to have an opinion in this case.
It's impossible to differentiate because when it comes down to it, gender and one's perceived gender doesn't matter and NO ONE has the right to
force a gender on someone.
[edit on 13-3-2009 by ghaleon12]