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Sex-role stereotyping and transgender's new friends : Comments

By Tony Sullivan, published 4/8/2015

Transgender people obviously challenge traditional ideas of what it means to be male or female risking hostility, attack and even murder in doing so.

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Transgenderism however nuanced, isn't presented, it just is!
It about time we stopped rapping these endlessly punished folk's hypothetical knuckles, for daring to be born different.

Your sexual bias or preference is something you are born with!

Get over it and move on! Sex role stereotyping indeed!

What's next? asserting that white folks are more intelligent because of the fortunes of birth or D.N.A?

[Did you know that white folks have the same DNA and consequent blood and tissue types as their, out of Africa, negroid anthropological ancestors!]

Or that Church goers are naturally more moral people; because they've been brainwashed into conforming to a stereotype?

Proving I dare say, that all stereotyping is a manmade blunt instrument?

Or that chimney smoke grants God given moral authority?

Smokers beware!
Rhrosty
Posted by Rhrosty, Tuesday, 4 August 2015 11:14:18 AM
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Transgender issues, (as opposed to sex role stereotyping) if real may be ameliorated by burning out, with tiny and precisely placed wires, that then burn out the faulty wiring in the back of the brain, which is where all our instinctive reactions and natural sexual attraction responses are generated.

And apparently successfully trialed in Scotland around the mid seventies, before the advent WWW net,and a PC in almost every home, if memory serves?

Even so, while there may be a so called cure for homosexual or transgender behavior?

There's none for the eternally ignorant homophobes and their endless gay bashing, which as suggested in the article may even result in permanent harm or the death of the victim?

Moreover not all (snigger snigger) monkey see monkey do, gay bashing is physical;some of it may just be limited to denying a service or just offering a lesser or substandard service? Why even some (lets give priests a chance) priests have been removed by opposing church doctrine or convention on this matter

Which seemingly even occurs in medical practice and not just (too busy mate) cake shops?
Rhrosty.
Posted by Rhrosty, Tuesday, 4 August 2015 11:43:45 AM
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Footnote: Expanded explanation, ( all I am saying, lets give priests a chance.)
Sorry, but I borrowed it from a rebel Priest, with a really wicked sense of humor.
Rhrosty.
Posted by Rhrosty, Tuesday, 4 August 2015 12:01:33 PM
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There is too much stress on gender and sexuality: society considers it over-important, unnecessarily.

Once gender-distinction is removed from public life (including public records, legislation and separate toilets) and no longer considered a big-deal, then the type of genitals one has should no longer be different in principle than the length of one's nose. One could of course be unhappy with either, but then it's their own private business to change it if they can afford to.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Tuesday, 4 August 2015 8:36:15 PM
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