Questioning gender fluidity is the new blasphemy

The capitulation of the establishment to the politics of transgenderism has been astonishing. I’m struggling to remember any other time when a new and contested ideology has been so uncritically embraced by the powers-that-be.

  • Ed

    Why do they always say “…who identifies as…”?

    Because their real gender is obvious. Truth will out in the end.

  • Thomas Henderson

    Transgenderism feeds the delusion that human beings are malleable blank slates that can be imprinted and manipulated into interchangeable cogs. It’s part of a game plan to turns chess into checkers.

    Vanity, all is vanity.

    The whole notion that human beings have a ‘human nature’ or worse still, a soul that has a will and higher purpose apart from the consumer treadmill, is anathema to these soulless rootless deconstructionists. The power-that-be are determined to fragment the rest of us to exert their technocratic control.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I am so over this. I don’t care. I barely speak to anyone as it is. If they want to scold me about it, fuck em.

    • Exile1981

      I met a chinese guy early this year who introduced himself as Xe, then said ‘that’s my name not my pronoun, because I’m not insane”

  • CodexCoder

    Anyone who has studied science will tell you that there are statistical outliers and exceptions. For example, although Ohm’s Law states that voltage is equal to the current times the resistance through which it passes, and one would always assume that a resistance would be positive, there is a case where a negative resistance occurs. It does not, however, negate the useful nature of Ohm’s Law as a relationship between voltage, current and resistance nor would anyone design a circuit without using Ohm’s Law. And circuits, to the best of our knowledge, don’t have feelings.

    The issue is the same for our society. Do we set laws and principles based upon historical values, or let a very small minority (statistical outliers) determine how we think? When all is said and done, statistically transgenders are only 0.03 % of our population (approximately), while homosexuals are less than 2% (despite their own musings to the contrary). Do we design the circuits of our society based upon the exceptions? Because if we do, the ultimate exception is the single individual, and the result is called anarchy. There is not enough time, money or energy to create a system with rules that allow for the exceptions of every single individual.

    Just a thought…

  • Raymond Hietapakka
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  • Justin St.Denis

    I am weary of this shit, especially since the overwhelming majority of “normals” agree with me. This is harassment by the MSM and advocacy groups. Piss on ’em.

  • Tooth&Claw

    You know this whole trans thing doesn’t affect me or my daily interactions with people. The powers that be are trying desperately to make themselves relevant while the rest of we ‘normies’ continue not to give a flying rip.
    I see a trans person, my eyebrows go up, I note them, and then move along. It’s not different to me than greeting a child in costume when it’s not Hallowe’en.
    I work with individuals that have multiple piercings (facial and otherwise), tattoos. half shaved haircuts, and unnaturally colored hair, people that are loud and proud homosexuals, and likely a few trans people that play the part they’ve chosen so well I can’t tell what they were born as.
    It’s all attention seeking behaviour, negative or postive IMHO.

    • Lichdar

      Two plus two is five, you’ve been trained well! Love is the most important force, too!

      • Tooth&Claw

        Trained? Hardly. I just accept I have control over me, my thoughts, my emotions, my responses.
        I have no control over another’s choices in that regard. As far as love…To quote Tina Turner…What’s love got to do with it?

        • Lichdar

          As they have plainly demonstrated through their power, you don’t. You’ve doing what they want you to. You sound exactly like a beaten slave explaining the situation as, “Well, this is what I wanted and this is the most reasonable thing for me to do.”

          No, the most reasonable thing to do when confronted by madness is to condemn them. The most righteous thing when confront by evil is to fight it.

          • Tooth&Claw

            That’s certainly your opinion to hold.
            I’m paid to help people in difficulty, be it mental or physical, not judge them or deny aid. Something you one day might be glad of.