posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 02:08 AM
reply to post by snarky412
I've seen a lot of this push on forums lately for transgenders to be called their "correct" title of he/she (correct being opposite of what their
genetic sex is. I understand it, I really do, and I have no hate, I don't care and think everyone should do what makes them happy. If you're happy,
and you aren't messing with me or anyone else, I am happy.
The thing is, they are making themselves overly sensitive and forcing this p.c. garbage on everyone. It's a hollow victory. It's making an insult out
of something that was never intended to be an insult.
I mean, I saw a video a while back where this trans woman slugs this guy in the face because he whispers to his friend "that's a guy" and all the
other people posting were in support of the transwoman even though they victim was just whispering to someone he was with. To me that's not really an
offensive response, can people not be observant and comment, even if it's stupid obvious? I might have done the same thing, not hating, just because
you point out things that are less common, things you notice. Everyone posting defended the transwoman because she "kicked that bigot (or whatevers)
ass for not calling HER she" and I was like.. but they assaulted that guy for saying something to his friend.
I don't know it's just kind of annoying, and ironically I never cared or was annoying by transexuals ever before, until I was scolded for not calling
one She. Maybe we should just replace "she/he/him/her" with "sex is subjective" in all future literature.
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