Should trans people be classified under a 3rd sex, rather than the opposite sex? by Hazeypanda in GenderCritical

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Of course biological sex is not a spectrum. But trans activists are trying to get transgenders to fit the binary of the opposite sex. They are still their birth sex, however they present as the opposite sex and wider society will identity them as such (if they pass). Would a gender dysphoric man whom passes as woman, had all the surgeries be socially accepted in the male bathrooms?

Perhaps 3rd gender is better terminology? How transgenders (or other identities) choose to distinguish themselves within the 3rd gender is up to them, not me. Non-binary can be a stepping stone towards coming out as transgender. Otherwise, many are just gender non-conforming men or women that don’t really care too much about pronouns (once you grow in the real world, not tumblr).

Should trans people be classified under a 3rd sex, rather than the opposite sex? by Hazeypanda in GenderCritical

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Just by being born in to whatever sex, you do share characteristics in the experience of life. Even if you don’t conform to stereotypical gender roles. Physiologically speaking, the average women has more in common with a gender non-conforming butch lesbian instead of a “transwoman”. Party of that is bathrooms. Men’s bathrooms aren’t just urinals anyway, men do number 2s too lol.

Should trans people be classified under a 3rd sex, rather than the opposite sex? by Hazeypanda in GenderCritical

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Of course, because by them having female spaces, they have more power in it. 3rd gender doesn’t give them power. When crafted well: a male brain, beautiful artificial female exterior and none of the inconveniences of being a biological women is a powerful combination in this world.

Surely most women (especially young teenagers) feel dysphoric about deal with periods, possible unplanned pregnancy and other inconveniences that come along with being biologically a women. Even if a woman doesn’t “feel” like a woman. Trans people don’t deal with this.

Why religion is valuable. by suckitreddit in whatever

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Furthermore, a lot of historical development into “modern leftism” goes much deeper. The Protestant reformation effectively was the first stepping stone towards individuals creating their own separate interpretations of Christianity.

Why religion is valuable. by suckitreddit in whatever

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There is no point submitting to God without complete faith in God first and foremost. Submitting to God because of “modern leftism” is a piss poor reason. You submit to God out of love, faith, commitment and only by your own free will.

Besides, whilst not as common, you can most definitely be a modern lefty and religious.