Yep, I have a collection of lies told by the right wing. How, millions were going to die within two years of receiving the vaccine, for one. Or that people were going sterile from vaccines... Still births, an epidemic of heart complications that had in no way anything to do with people not getting exercise during lockdown, but instead ***MUST BE*** the vaccine's fault. Which, if you sat on your ass being sedentery for the entire lockdown, yeah. You would have heart problems by the time the vaccine comes around. Then you go out and play football/basketball w/e and jumpstart your heart after not being active for nearly a year.
I haven't seen any study that contains double blind studies that have been repeated by other researchers to corroborate the findings. I've seen case studies that talk about what you mention, but that's all they are; case studies - which are very different from actual studies that lend themselves to prove something. Case Studies is just some researcher going "I have a theory, I'm going to use a small sample size to see if there's anything there." Then they test it, report their findings to a board to get funding/grants for further research if their research is sound.
The only paper I saw that actually produced results was the Paper that pointed to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine being hazardous - as a result it was pulled and reformulated and fixed.
As for the vaccines as a whole being hazardous? No. I've never seen anything beyond a case study.
All the data is showing this. See when you get the vaccine you go through what someone that has covid goes through, so if you were going to die of covid you will die from the vaccine. Look into the deadly part of the virus and then look at how the vaccine works (hint: spike protein)
What data? You still haven't cited any. You're saying it's showing, but not how. You're attempting to describe cause and effect, but you're attributing one set of events with another that has no immediate causal relationship.
Not for people who don't take it seriously, no. But, if you are serious about it, as such people who go through such procedures are, no cost is too great. People take out huge loans for procedures such as this. So what's it to you?
It's a conundrum. The left say genitals don't dictate a person's gender. Yet, like you mention - are willing to spend tons of money to change their genitals. But if genitals don't dictate gender - then spending all that money to change them, affirms nothing.
That's because there's more than one way to define sex. As you said, through genitalia, or through endocrinology, genetics, gamete sizes, etc. And even then, any biologist worth their weight in student loans would tell you that we don't make classifications to be the definitive end-stop on anatomical definitions. Rather, that "we" try to create definitions that catch as much of the characteristics as possible so laymen like us can talk casually about it and speak in broad general terms.
Gender is what we use to socially describe the attributes of one's sex. So, for example, a classic western-human (Had to specify to locale as social definitions vary by culture) male won't be found wearing light colors like pinks or yellows or baby blues or floral wear like you would find with a western-human female. Men have been recognized in the past as the "Breadwinner" or the "provider" of the household.
For some reason, the right wing can't get the difference between sex and gender.
Because of this error, they often conflate transgender with transsexual.
Taking an intro course doesn't give you a degree in something. When you describe degrees you describe them in years spent earning it; Associates, Bachelor's, Masters, Doctorate. Then you name the discipline: Science, Liberal Studies, Business, Engineering, then you state your major.
You have "degrees" in subjects? Then there's your "master's program?" I do not think that means what you think it means.
Race car red blanket forts are awesome. Though, I wouldn't go for the car motif, I'd aim for something along the lines of astronomy or something like that, get some incense burning, have an indoor desk fountain, some zen music. Yeeeeeeee that's some good stuff.