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In 100 years, you will find a thriving community of men, women, boys, and girls. Now, instead, put 100 trans women and 100 men on a deserted island.
In 100 years, you will find the skeletons of 200 men. | image tagged in transgender,fake news,science,biology,men vs women | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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4 ups, 1y
btw- Awesome response!
2 ups, 1y
Awesome meme :D
6 ups, 1y,
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"Unless those 100 women were nuns, and the 100 men were priests, then they wouldn't have sex at all, and they would all be dead within 100 years"

Finally! We have finally arrived at the point where you recognize that sex and gender are a binary system, and that any other scheme would utterly fail to allow the human race to continue on.

You are certainly allowed, in this life, to fantasize to your wicked heart's desire (cf. Jeremiah 17:9), and imagine all sorts of nonexistent genders. Just don't expect sane, rational people to support this.

Nice straw man fallacy, btw, nuns and priests have nothing at all to do with the original premise, but it did do a nice job of validating it. I also would recommend that one never base anything important on what priests and nuns do- they adhere to doctrines of demons, after all. See if their use of abstinence and changing dietary habits for certain reasons doesn't sound familiar:

1 Timothy 4:1-5 (emphasis added)

But the Spirit explicitly says that in later times some will fall away from the faith,
paying attention to *deceitful spirits* and *doctrines of demons*,
by means of the hypocrisy of liars seared in their own conscience as with a branding iron,
*men who forbid marriage *
and advocate *abstaining from foods* which God has created to be gratefully shared in by those who believe
and know the truth.

For everything created by God is good,
and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with gratitude;
For it is sanctified by means of the word of God and prayer.
-

Question: Has My Little Pony gone woke yet, or are there still only male and female magical ponies?
2 ups, 1y
No need to delete ..I've made the same mistake before. Don't fret it none.
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What do you mean, "adhere to doctrines of demons"?
1 up, 1y,
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He thinks Catholics are satanic, probably
1 up, 1y,
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"He thinks Catholics are satanic, probably"

"Probably" could also mean "probably not".
1 up, 1y
"Probably" means almost certainly
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It's literally right there in the 1 Timothy passage.
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But who are you referring to? What group is this? Woke christians? Certainly. I would agree with you. But in the context of priests and nuns, I just wanted to clarify what you were talking about.
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I am talking about anyone that follows wrong doctrine, which would most definitely include the Catholic "church".

It seems as if Rome has literally chosen to laugh in God's face, given how many of their teachings and traditions are the opposite of what God has shown us in His Word.

From "call no man on Earth your father" in the spiritual sense to their blasphemous semi-worship of Mary, it is a spiritually dangerous organization.
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The "wrong" doctrine? And what doctrine is that exactly? Which is also hilarious to me coming from a hereti- I mean, protestant.

It also seems as if you have, as well. Denying the Church, spreading lies about it, and causing about a million church splinterings. Also, what teachings are you referring to, exactly?

What? That's a title. You clearly don't understand Catholic doctrine. That's okay, though. Neither did Martin Luther.

Semi-worship? That's not a thing. You either worship or you don't, and we most certainly don't worship Mary.
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Oh yeah, and in regards to "His Word," would that be the real Bible or the one you guys took 7 books out of because they didn't fit your narrative?
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"Oh yeah, and in regards to "His Word," would that be the real Bible or the one you guys took 7 books out of because they didn't fit your narrative?"

You need to do better research. Those "seven books" were not accepted as canon until AFTER Luther did his thing.

As for being Protestant, I am not. As with the Catholic "church", the Protestant organizations are all effectively apostate.

If you pray to Mary for access to God, you are worshiping her, regardless of how you define it. The Bible states clearly that there is ONE intercessor between God and man, Jesus Christ.

There is so much bad doctrine in Catholicism, one hardly knows where to begin:
*Mary was not sinless, nor was she a perpetual virgin. She had sons and daughters with Joseph after Jesus was born.
*The Bible instructs us to call no man on Earth, "Father", in the spiritual sense, for we have one Father, Who is in Heaven.
*Jesus died once for all, yet the blasphemous Eucharist claims to sacrifice Him over and over again.
*Salvation is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone, and not by works, lest any man boast. Yet you are given many works, including paying off God, in order to achieve Heaven for yourselves.
*Purgatory does not exist anywhere in the Bible, including the heretical Apocrypha. Rome itself has since backed away from this horrendous teaching. You get no second chance to get this right before you die.
*YOU may not worship Mary, but your popes do.

I have yet to meet a Catholic who fully understands all that Rome teaches. Many turn to the occult, the New Age, and their own imaginations to find some fulfillment that they know that have not found in Catholicism. My mother was the oldest of 9 children, all raised in the Catholic "church", and all sent to Catholic school. As with many Catholics, they are incredibly unfaithful in their "church" attendance, and wholly unaware of what it means to live a holy life.
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Actually YOU need to do better research. The Council of Rome (in 382, more than a MILLENIUM before Martin Luther quote-unquote, “did his thing.”) approved 46 books for the Old Testament’s official canon, and that included the Deuterocanonicals. In fact,they were even included in early Greek translations of the Bible.

So what are you? If you’re not a Catholic, not a Protestant, and not orthodox, what are you? And no, non-denominationals and Baptists ARE Protestants.

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/devotion-to-the-blessed-virgin
https://www.catholic.com/tract/saint-worship

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/hail-mary-conceived-without-sin
https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/the-case-for-marys-perpetual-virginity

https://www.catholic.com/tract/call-no-man-father

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/is-the-eucharist-a-symbol-or-is-it-real
https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/is-the-mass-a-sacrifice

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/faith-alone-is-not-enough
https://www.catholic.com/magazine/print-edition/faith-and-works-0

https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/is-purgatory-in-the-bible

Ad hominem, and a lie, as I have already said before.

I agree. That's why we have the Catechism, for easy access if you have any doubts about Church Teaching. But I have yet to meet a Protestant who understands what we teach, either.

And I also agree. Many Catholics are unfaithful. They're what we call "cafeteria Catholics," people like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi, people who claim to be Catholic but don't espouse the teachings of the Church or even attend regularly. We Traditionalists often make fun of them. But that wouldn't mean the Catholic Church is somehow wrong or evil or bad. It just means there are a lot of bad PEOPLE. There are PLENTY of examples of bad Protestants, too.
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The heresy of the Catholic Mass: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHoJZf4PuW0
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If you expect me to watch that, I expect some reading.
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"We have finally arrived at the point where you recognize that sex and gender are a binary system"

I never said it was binary

"I also would recommend that one never base anything important on what priests and nuns do- they adhere to doctrines of demons, after all"

Christains are demonic?

"Has My Little Pony gone woke yet, or are there still only male and female magical ponies?"

Depends on what you mean by "woke"
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C'mon... this smoke screen of the OP's use of a clever hypothetical to support the opinion that "trans women" are not "real" women is flimsy.

Besides, nuns and priests have been known to do what grown folks do.

And stranded on an island ? 🎶Let's get it on 🎶
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I think you misunderstood my view.
It is the opposite than you inferred from reading my post.

Meaning - I was agreeing with your hypothetical and stating the nun/priest analogy was flimsy
2 ups, 1y
I get it now- I apologize.

I am going to delete my comment in a moment, which may mean this will get lost, so I will repost it under a different comment.

Thank you for clarifying!
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Ya don't say!

And that disproves the reality of biological sex... how, exactly?

If it was not specifically stated in the meme, I'd say (at least for a logical person) it would be safe to assume that, given the nature of the point the OP is trying to make, that these 200 people are not priests, nuns, or friars.

Nice try, though.
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Is sex defined by the ability to reproduce? Yes or no?
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Sex is determined by the 23rd chromosome pair. An XX denotes a woman, an XY pair denotes a man.

But if that's your definition, it leads to some rather absurd results. A man who has lost his anatomy cannot reproduce, and yet he is still a man. Many women are infertile or have gone through menopause, thus disqualifying them, under that definition, from being considered women.

That's not to mention that priests, friars, and nuns all theoretically COULD reproduce, they just choose not to.
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"Sex is determined by the 23rd chromosome pair. An XX denotes a woman, an XY pair denotes a man."

Not necessarily. There are people with XY chromosomes and a physically female body because their body didn't develop male features in the womb.

"But if that's your definition, it leads to some rather absurd results. A man who has lost his anatomy cannot reproduce, and yet he is still a man. Many women are infertile or have gone through menopause, thus disqualifying them, under that definition, from being considered women"

That's exactly my point. But that's the definition used by many conservatives.
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A genetic/developmental aberration. The mere existence of these exceptions does not disprove the rule.

That's... not, actually. The definition used by most conservatives is mine- XX-Woman, XY-Man.
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Nice red herring argument. You leftists never fail to disappoint.
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Is sex defined by the ability to reproduce? Yes or no?
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Sex is defined by God, Who created us male and female.

We recognize males by those parts that are particular to males when everything is working normally, and we recognize females by those parts that are inherently female.

For those who are unable to reproduce despite having the appropriate parts, we then recognize that something is wrong. Something being wrong or broken does not negate the norm, but rather accentuates the norm.

And for that infinitesimally small percentage of people that have mutations, this too only further supports what the normal is. Mutations typically are bad for an organism, and it is the arrogant fool that attempts to use them to disprove the whole.
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"Sex is defined by God, Who created us male and female"

Then why are there intersex people? And where is sex defined in the Bible?

"We recognize males by those parts that are particular to males when everything is working normally, and we recognize females by those parts that are inherently female."

So a man who loses his "male parts" stops being a male?

"For those who are unable to reproduce despite having the appropriate parts, we then recognize that something is wrong. Something being wrong or broken does not negate the norm, but rather accentuates the norm."

So it is the norm for there to be two, or are there literally only two? You can't have it both ways.

"Mutations typically are bad for an organism"

Mutations are largely neutral. Some mutations are detrimental and some are beneficial.
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Why are there "intersex" people?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAyj1gS8Gmc

Oh, look, an infinitesimally rare genetic aberration disproves biological reality! I was born with retinoblastoma, does that mean that eyes are just a social construct?

No. He presumably still has XY chromosomes, so...

There are literally only two. Male, with XY chromosomes, and female, with XX.

I don't see what this has to do with sex or gender theory, unless you are referring to genetic aberrations again.
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"Oh, look, an infinitesimally rare genetic aberration disproves biological reality!"

A rare genetic mutation is *part* of biological reality

"There are literally only two. Male, with XY chromosomes, and female, with XX."

XX and XY are not the only two chromosomal arrangements that exist. There are many others, even though they are not very common. You say there are "literally only two". That's not true.
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You're missing my point. I had a friend in middle school who was born without bones in many of his fingers and had other deformities in his left hand (his right was okay.) Most of his fingers were either absent from birth or so deformed that they had to be removed. Since his hand didn't have the normal shape, should that mean we should stop making gloves with five fingers or that we should say hands DON'T have five fingers, simply because this infinitesimally rare exception exists? Of course not. It's the same story with sex. The mere presence of a genetic anomaly does not disprove the existence of male and female as distinct categories.
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And the point I was making is why do intersex people exist if God makes everybody male or female
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Because sometimes genetic abnormalities happen. Big whoop.
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Put 100 women and 100 men on a deserted island. In 100 years, you will find a thriving community of men, women, boys, and girls. Now, instead, put 100 trans women and 100 men on a deserted island. In 100 years, you will find the skeletons of 200 men.