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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Tranny Freaks

"Knowing that it was a mistake in the first place, and having that fixed is pretty important to me." - Joann Prinzivalli

"I don't feel comfortable with the government deciding whether I'm a man or not." - Sam Berkley

"It's been a long journey for me...I would just like my identification to reflect who I am." - Patricia Harrington

- Trying to get New York to allow them to change the gender on their birth certificates.

This really is stupid because birth certificates are used to identify a persons gender at the time of their birth...When these jokers die, their death certificates can identify them by their gender at the time of their death.

Then again, even that wouldn't be appropriate because in every way, shape and form no matter how much these lunatics change their outer appearance they can't change the fact their DNA will be the exact same at the time of their death as it was when they were born...They are what they are, male or female by nature.  Deform and reform all they want, they can't run away from reality.

Not that the equally degenerate idiots running our society won't let them try.

1 Comments:

  • At 12:15 PM, Blogger Joann said…

    At one time, most people really believed that the Sun traveled around the Earth every day, suspended on an invisible sphere. Those people would have thought Copernicus and Galileo were crazy for taking the more correct position that the earth moves around the sun, and that sunrise and sunset are caused by the earth's rotation.

    Today, most people have a very simplified view of who is male and who is female. It works better than 99.9% of the time. But it does not work for transgender people. In 1965, medial science believed that transgender people were really delusional members of their initially-assigned sex. More recently, advances in the genetic, developmental and physiological differences make it clear that transgender people are not properly assigned at birth.

    It does not take a rocket scientist to understand the advances in medical science - but just as the situation with Galileo, a lot of people feel threatened when their basic assumptions about reality prove to be wrong, even if it does not directly affect them.

    You really should check the science, including the 2000 studies showing brain structures in accordance with the correct sex (not the original assignment), the 2004 follow-up study, and two separate Australian studies from 2008 that identify genetic predispositions for transgender development.

    Then again, those who believe in young earth creationism, flat earth with a NASA hoax instead of real moon landings, or even those who believe the president was not really born in Hawaii, are not really interested in factsor science. And those are the kind of people who think *I'm* a freak.

     

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