Good post Vegas.. your right. And they should stop changing society for a group of mentally ill people.. that are a tiny percentage of the population.. that's what gets me.Vegas » 09 Jun 2021, 11:19 pm » wrote: ↑
I don't hate transgenders. Why would I? However, they do freak me out. Perhaps. you could label me transphobic because I do try to evade them as much as possible for the sole reason that normalizing transgenderism freaks me out. A guy should not have tits. It's **** weird, ok? A girl should not have a beard. It's not rational. It's weird as hell.
My real fear is not toward transgenders, my real fear emerges from the normalization of transgenderism. It's not because they look like the opposite gender, it is because we now live in a society that normalizes their mental illness. That is what causes me anxiety around them. I want to help mentally ill people, I don't want to normalize their illness. Think of it this way. Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as multiple personality disorder, is a real disorder. These poor people need help. They are genuinely mentally ill. Now assume a bunch of people convince them and most of society that they don't have a mental illness. They just identify with different personalities, therefore they should have a right to act on these personalities that they identify with. This means that if a 30 yr old male, with DID, has a personality of a teenage girl who is on the cheerleading team, then so be it. They are not transgender, but they should be allowed into the girl's locker rooms when they are associating themselves with that identity at the time. It's highly unlikely that this man will perv out, and will probably not cause any harm because he genuinely believes he is a teenage female cheerleader. Ok, and? What does him not being a threat have anything to do with anything? He is still a mentally ill man that is taking a shower with teenage girls. Not ok.
Transgenders are mentally ill. Normalizing their illness is not ok. Everybody should be transphobic. This doesn't mean hating them. It means that we shouldn't normalize their illness.
Crazytrain » 09 Jun 2021, 11:28 pm » wrote: ↑
- an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.
"he had a phobia about being under water"
Phelix_Dacat » 09 Jun 2021, 11:41 pm » wrote: ↑
Why wont you answer my question? Too cowardly to answer I see. I wont repeat it.Crazytrain » 09 Jun 2021, 11:47 pm » wrote: ↑
Crazytrain » 10 Jun 2021, 12:05 am » wrote: ↑
We are not trying to normalize it. We are trying to except them the way god made them.
Apologize now for wanting a blood bath after 6/1 and I'll apologize for you changing your post.
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