It seems like most “transgenders” trying to force their issues are men trying to get into the ladies’ locker rooms or bathrooms. Have you ever heard of the reverse scenario – where women are trying to get into the men’s locker rooms or bathrooms? I have not.
Men and women are different. More men like to see undressed women than women like to see undressed men. Not to always use Washington State as an example of the extremism, but here is another story that just happened of a man trying to strip in front of a girls swim team claiming the new “transgender” laws allow him to do this.
There’s a push from many sides to sexualize our entire culture: laws, court cases, public school classes, TV shows, movies and all the other “politically correct” cultural influences. The efforts to showcase deviancy is designed to desensitize us and make us regard pathological behavior as normal and expected.
Some of the more notable stories from last year were about Bruce Jenner, public school board locker room policies, and our military’s new policy allowing “transgenders”. There are plenty more examples I could add to this list, but we try to keep our articles short and believe you’ve already heard plenty.
The way society responds depends on the definition of this behavior. The condition is called “gender dysphoria” or “gender-identity disorder”. Some people consider it to be a form of mental illness. Is it a mental illness? Is it an effort to “progress” our country to focus on sex and homosexuality? Is it an evolutionary statement? Is it a bid for media attention?
While people are holding their own opinions, many in the media and governments are enacting vocabulary and public policies on the premise that contorted laws need to happen. We are now seeing a day when some of our leaders are pushing for public policies destined to cause harm to women and children in the name of “political correctness”.
Is this philosophy helping or hurting? After the shock value has worn off, more than 41% of “transgenders” attempt suicide. Most have regrets. The vast majority of “transgenders” are men attempting to look like women.
Regardless of drugs or surgeries, men are still men and women are still women.
For thousands of years the Olympic competitions allowed us to view outstanding feats of human athleticism. The reason steroids were not allowed was because it would turn the Olympics into a freak show. If men are allowed to compete against women, they might as well allow steroid use to alter the hormones nature didn’t supply.
My advice to any and all women wanting to compete in the Olympics is to skip it altogether if they are going to have to compete against men. Men wanting to compete as women could win, but the spirit of honest competition is gone. If the Olympics committee discovers it is hosting a competition exclusively for “trans-gendered” men, the decision makers may get the message and decide to return the competitions back to reality.
Men appear to enjoy competing against women because it is highly likely they will win, but who is standing up for the women? “Transgenders” want to compete to gain attention, win competitions and attempt to normalize deviancy. If the management caves under political pressure, it will be at the cost of honest competition—the hallmark of good sportsmanship.
The more we allow bureaucratic entities to foist a philosophical position on us, the worse it will become. Most are starting to agree with the Johns-Hopkins Psychiatrist who said sex changes are biologically impossible and that mental disorders are not corrected by surgery .
This week on our show, I talk with a man who pretended to be a woman for a few years. He shares some of his insights on what he discovered in the process.
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