Non-binary (not male or female), bigender (two genders), pangender (all genders), gender fluid (switching between genders), agender (lack of a gender), etc
All of which can easily be listed as non-binary, or NB!
"Normal male", I'm assuming a cisgender (identifying with birth gender) male is what you mean here. So yes, a cisgender male is a man because he identifies as one.
A trans woman, however, identifies as a woman and if she feels like a woman, she is one.
Also, I know several trans people who are not pedophiles OR murderers. Surprised?
It's not being "pushed onto children". There's barely any transgender representation in children's media and a kid can actually go into adulthood knowing nothing about trans people. I didn't know they existed until I was eight.
It isn’t? Please explain the disgusting display of Drag Queen Story Hour where sexual predators read books to children. Or how about this nugget:
“Blue’s Clues, a show for kids between 3 and 5 years old, has endorsed LGBT “pride,” complete with flags for various sexual identities, including pansexuality, bisexuality, and transgender identity. While sexuality barely has any meaning for children this young, Nickelodeon has already pushed to normalize LGBT activism for preschoolers.”
For a kid watching Blue's Clues that has two moms, or two dads, or a non-binary parent, it might be good for them to see things other than a man and a woman married because it makes them feel more normal in the world they live in.
Also, if a young boy's first crush is another boy, they shouldn't have to feel wrong because they fell in love with somebody.
I have not heard of Sam Smith, but after a quick Google search I’ve determined that Sam is a man - regardless of how he feels inside. And Demi? When she was Demetria, she was a pretty beautiful girl once. Now that she’s woke - she is one ugly woman. Liberalism does that.. she’s still a woman, of course - but wow.
No, what I’m saying is she has degraded herself to be unnaturally ugly. She is not inherently ugly - as any one can see. But when you insist on having basically a bowl cut as a woman… yeah that makes you pretty unattractive.
And who’s found it hard to date? I said that somewhere? I’m just saying it’s a shame that a mental illness is eating her up like that - a once very pretty girl.
Well, without looking at his birth record or reaching a hand down his pants and fishing for a package, one can very much assume as much. Although he looks like he has maybe had a tad too much soy in his diet - Sam has the visual traits of a man. So if his birth certificate says male.. well, I guess that is what he is.
The only joke is that you think we function like plants, dude.
My liberal, hedonistic life full of social inclusion and opportunities is sad compared to what?
Your sheltered, terrifying one in which you ceaselessly whine about how threatened you feel by anyone different to you?
Backpedaling? Let’s look at the joke in more detail - since you’ve obviously just came out from under your rock.
Per the Urban Dictionary and my favorite definition of the term “Soy Boy”:
“A person who has no masculine traits whatsoever. Named after soy products, due to the amount of estrogens (female sex hormone) they contain. A soy boy is a typical guy that politically identifies as a leftist and supports the feminist movement. More often than not, soy boys follow a vegan diet and the definition of working out is unknown to them.”
I can understand if you are a little sensitive to the term as it may be relatable to you or your friends.
Additionally, only one person is truly frightened by men who cosplay as women - and that is real biological women. You know, the ones that fought so hard for equality just to be f**ked over again by strange men insisting their p**is was put their by complete accident during birth.
Wipe your tears and get on with your life. Perhaps you shouldn’t be so sensitive to the term Soy.
So, you’re suggesting that trans people should be forced to identify as their birth gender?
Freedom of speech includes freedom of expression, and expressing yourself as the gender you identify as counts under that.
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You can pretend your a different sex all you want. Hell, you can pretend you're a dinosaur from the planet Mars. I don't care what you think you are. I'm not going to pretend with you and I'm not going to tell you that what you're pretending is normal, when it isn't. I'm a grown ass adult and I stopped playing pretend over 20 years ago.
I will not play along and pretend someone is a woman when they are biologically a man. If you can get someone pregnant you're not a woman, no matter how much you believe you are. And if you can get pregnant you are not a man, no matter how much you believe you are.
It's called biology and biology isn't based on feelings, it's science.
Okay, why don't you explain how being trans works?
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No, your personality and the way you present yourself greatly affects your life. Gender only affects your life if you make it affect your life. Gender wouldn't be an issue if you didn't make it an issue. And gender isn't fluid.
The way you present yourself can add to gender. If you prefer stereotypically masculine clothing but you have a female body, it might be harder to buy said clothing.
Also, I’m sorry that trans people “make it an issue”, they’re just trying to work on the fact that they can’t look at themselves sometimes and see someone who’s actually them.
And yeah, gender isn’t fluid- not for everyone anyways. A majority of people are cisgender and identify as their birth gender, but there is the trans, specifically genderfluid, minority of people, that gender is fluid for.
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"Also, I’m sorry that trans people “make it an issue”, they’re just trying to work on the fact that they can’t look at themselves sometimes and see someone who’s actually them."
I didn't mention trans, but now that you do . . .
Its a mental illness and shouldn't be celebrated, it should be worked on and the individual needs to get help. Seeing a different gender than you were born with isn't a normal thing. It is a mental disorder.
Maybe it isn’t “normal” but it isn’t a disorder. Not all trans people feel bad about their bodies. As for what you said about working on it, that’s what preferred names and pronouns are for. They make someone feel safer and more secure in their identity.
0 ups, 2m,
I'm not here to make someone "feel safe" or "feel secure." That's their problem, not mine. I'm not threatening anyone. They have the problem, not me.
And I prefer going with the experts on this, not someone from the internet who has feels for it.