Ah Yes ... Acceptance of Gays - Next Pedo's or Incest

Hijinx

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You are basically and sexually the pronoun you were born with. Male or Female, there are only two.
Now there are a lot of others. I have been called just about everything between a good person to a Mother-F'er , and have at time used them in this way myself.

Nothing changes the one you were born with.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member






You can’t make this stuff up:

The conservative site College Fix quotes various academics in challenging the identification of gender and notes the campaign of the Trans Doe Task Force to “explore ways in which current standards in forensic human identification do a disservice to people who do not clearly fit the gender binary.”
University of Kansas Associate Professor Jennifer Raff argued in a paper, “Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas,” that there are “no neat divisions between physically or genetically ‘male’ or ‘female’ individuals.” Her best selling book has been featured on various news outlets like MSNBC.
[…]
However, Raff is not alone. Graduate students like Emma Palladino have objected that “the archaeologists who find your bones one day will assign you the same gender as you had at birth, so regardless of whether you transition, you can’t escape your assigned sex.”
Professors Elizabeth DiGangi of Binghamton University and Jonathan Bethard of the University of South Florida have also challenged the use of racial classifications in a study, objecting that “[a]ncestry estimation contributes to white supremacy.”

Well, that’s certainly… something else.


 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

Feds misquoted SCOTUS to require states to let boys in girls' restrooms, judge says



The preliminary injunction, issued the same day the University of Pennsylvania nominated transgender swimmer Lia Thomas as NCAA Woman of the Year, said the White House and agencies wrongly invoked the Supreme Court's ruling in a transgender employment case to justify the changes.

The ruling is a major win for Republican attorneys general led by Tennessee's Herbert Slattery, who sued the administration last summer for allegedly violating the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) by unilaterally redefining federal law to not only prohibit male-female distinctions in school sports, restrooms and locker rooms, but also compel employers to use employees' preferred pronouns.

Last year, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which governs Atchley's court, prohibited a public university from compelling a Christian professor to use a student's preferred pronouns. Shawnee State University paid Nicholas Meriwether $400,000 in an April settlement.

The injunction again confirms the Department of Education (DOE) "cannot pretend a 'guidance document' is merely advisory while simultaneously threatening to enforce its terms," Joe Cohn, legislative and policy director for the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression, told Just the News.
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
People who believe men castrated or not, should be allowed in women's sports are insane.
Lia Thomas should be ashamed of himself. The University of Pennsylvania should be ashamed of themselves.
This fake woman still has his pathetic little dick and he wants to be called a woman.
Even if he is stupid enough to cut it off he is just a eunuch and not a woman.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member

gender-affirming care saving lives​



As Twitchy pointed out last week, GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) put out one of those tweets where you just keep repeating something until it becomes true.






We went through the replies and would say 99.9 percent of them were negative. Most touching were a handful of people tweeting how gender-affirming care ruined their lives. But the LGBTQ community and its allies have assured us that young people are more likely to kill themselves if they don’t get the gender-affirming care they require … why do you want trans kids committing suicide?

The connection between the two is dubious, and WIRED has a new piece out on how gender-affirming care can save lives.





Grace Huckins writes:

In the midst of a slew of anti-trans legislation proposed earlier this year, Spencer Cox, the Republican governor of Utah, made an impassioned plea to his state’s legislature as he tried to veto a bill that would bar trans youth from competing in girls’ sports. “I want them to live,” he wrote of the trans athletes in his state, in reference to the astronomical rates of suicide attempts among the trans community. Multiple surveys have estimated that about 40 percent of trans people may attempt suicide in their lifetimes; among the general public, this figure is around 5 percent.
But despite the governor’s veto attempt, the Utah bill passed, as have a few across the country that ban gender-affirming medical care for kids and teens. Many other such bills are currently in the works. These treatments—principally drugs that delay the onset of puberty, and hormone treatments such as testosterone and estrogen—help trans people achieve the bodies and appearances that feel right to them. Experts worry that the bans will have catastrophic effects. “Youth will die,” says Dallas Ducar, CEO of Transhealth Northampton, a medical center in Western Massachusetts that provides gender-affirming health care services.

Youth will die.




 
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