A think a friend of mine is trying to convince me that trans people are "fine" by juo in LGBDropTheT

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You can clarify with your friend that you don't think their bad people, you just don't believe in their nonsense in the same way you don't think religious people are all bad, you just believe in their doctrine

NBCNews referring to Lia Thomas as a "female" athlete sets a dangerous precedent in my mind by Horror-Swordfish in LGBDropTheT

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It was confirmed that Caster Semenya is intersex. 5α-Reductase 2 deficiency.

Censorship Thursday - share your sub bans here! by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

[–]Tovasshi 12 insightful - 2 fun12 insightful - 1 fun13 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I was banned from news for pointing out that puberty blockers are dangerous

I need your help playing the pronoun game by ArthnoldManacatsaman in LGBDropTheT

[–]Tovasshi 9 insightful - 1 fun9 insightful - 0 fun10 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

I tell them I don't have preferred pronouns, because it's true.

I'm a grown-up. I have more important things to care about than if someone calls me she/he or whatever when they're talking about me behind my back.

TRA Bingo by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

[–]Tovasshi 13 insightful - 4 fun13 insightful - 3 fun14 insightful - 4 fun -  (0 children)

You forgot co-opting the intersex narrative.

Why can't my dumb cissy bf act like my plastic dong is real? >:( by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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This person is 22 and has been on T for 6 years meaning they started cross-sex hormones at 16. They post constantly in relationship subreddits about wanting to cheat on their boyfriend.

A young lesbian's solution to PTSD is removing her genitals altogether and becoming agender by DickFreeBacon in LGBDropTheT

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"Nullo" had been around for a while. It was originally for men that identified as "eunuch" and it was mostly gay men that got the surgery. There's articles on "Nullo" and the sub culture around it. Some go as far as removing their nipples and belly button as well.

r/phallo - Phalloplasty nightmares r/egg irl still trans though by Hannibalboy93 in LGBDropTheT

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Doctors have no incentive to not fuck it up. Because they know they'll keep coming back for revisions. It's a cash cow.

Woman on r/gaytransguys lies and says she had erectile dysfunction to trick gay men by CaptainMoose in LGBDropTheT

[–]Tovasshi 7 insightful - 1 fun7 insightful - 0 fun8 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Why did they censor the boobs?

Mark Ruffalo Donates $50 Million To Found Joseph Rosenbaum Elementary School by Rob3122 in news

[–]Tovasshi 2 insightful - 3 fun2 insightful - 2 fun3 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

The Babylon Bee is a satire site, why are you posting it in News?

"classmate/coworker was angry with me for not covering a shift, made false reports of me raping her (using a penis which I don't have)" by jet199 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Obviously fake. Their entire post history is visible and they mention having a penis in a previous post.

Have you seen the "nullification surgery" offered by alignsurgical.com? by joogabah in LGBDropTheT

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Self- castration goes back thousands of years. When we dig deeper into it, the individuals generally experienced abuse as a child.

"Trans-identified" people are more tolerated than gay people in socially conservative countries by KimiORabu in LGBDropTheT

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It's been demonstrated over and over that historically third gender/trans was the gay loophole.

Always keeping busy policing everyone else's "genital preferences" by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Most be exhausting living with made-up problems.

Nah, I'm sure they're relieved to find out your actually just straight with a fetish by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I try to keep telling people that conservatives are more accepting of trans people than gay people and they keep keep blowing me off. They really don't see it.

I saw it happen with my wife. Her family completely rejected her for being gay and refused to accept me as her partner. They then tried to convince her she was confused about her gender...

The comments on that post even suggest it.

Transition is a form of fixing the gay.

r/butchlesbians has fallen. by Tovasshi in LGBDropTheT

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It's part of the addiction.

r/butchlesbians has fallen. by Tovasshi in LGBDropTheT

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I'm not even mad about that one.

r/butchlesbians has fallen. by Tovasshi in LGBDropTheT

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PM'd others and find they were all banned in the last couple hours along with me. Another posted in another community about it.

The new mod is non-binary.

How many of your friends have transitioned? by justagaydude123 in LGBDropTheT

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I had a friend in college come out to me as a trans women, then asked to have sex with me because he was still ok with his penis.

I girl I briefly dated transitioned to male. I cut ties before they transitioned because they were acting very inappropriately towards my now wife.

A roommate I had in college transitioned to male years after I cut ties. They were the most miserable, biphobic, control freak I have ever met.

During college another male was in the middle of transitioning to female. I had no real interaction with them at the time but I did run into them after transition. I didn't have any issues.

I met a few TW that were years after their transition. I ghosted one after they went off the deep-end.

I have a distant cousin that's FTM, didn't have much interaction with them tho.

A friend's adult child is currently transitioning or at least trying to figure themself out.

Every single non-binary person I know is in my online mom group and "discovered" they were NB around the toddler phase.

New Age Queer Mythology by JulienMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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Berdache (bardache) was a word used by the French colonists. It means passive homosexual. It was often used to describe boy prostitutes or boy lover of a pederast.

https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/bardache#:~:text=Noun,obsolete)%20passive%20homosexual%20Synonym%3A%20giton

Sure, Jan. by julesburm1891 in LGBDropTheT

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Reading her post history... I call bullshit.

Censorship Thursday - share your sub bans here! by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

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Just a ban. No comment

Censorship Thursday - share your sub bans here! by NutterButterFlutter in LGBDropTheT

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Just got banned from AskLesbians for stating that a lesbian is a female that is exclusively attracted to females.

Words that straight people don't know by RedJackal in LGBDropTheT

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Stag is masculine bisexual woman. Doe is feminine bisexual woman.

Words that straight people don't know by RedJackal in LGBDropTheT

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You can tell someone is straight when they use gay male terms to describe all LGBT activity. They never co-op bi or lesbian terms.

Stag and doe. Touch-me-not Stone Pillow princess Stud

No Pride it is then by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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"America invented gay rights for everyone" is what I read when these things pop up. Like other countries didn't have their own pivotal moments.

AL goes private after a thread gets blown up accusing the mods of being associated with pedo supporter Aimee Knight. by Tovasshi in LGBDropTheT

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I'm certain that's what prompted the post.

In blank_cheques post about private subs there was a whole thread about AL and their connection to pedo mods.

https://old.reddit.com/user/Blank-Cheque/comments/mbmthf/why_is_this_subreddit_private_see_here_for_answers/gs0cnn3/

Bisexual and lesbian women: do literally *any* of you use the word "boobies"? by reluctant_commenter in LGBDropTheT

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No, I don't use the word "boobies" unless I'm making a joke about blue footed boobies.

Why do people think Mulan is trans? by EzukiRaen in LGBDropTheT

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In the remake she fights the witch and the witch keeps asking who she really is. There was a moment when she realized "truth" was needed for her to realize her real power, so she removes her disguise and fights as her true self (a woman).

SECRET MILITARY DOCUMENTS: Trudeau invited Chinese troops to train at Canadian military bases by EvilNick in SaidIt

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No, propaganda = it supports YOUR ideology to get clicks, demonstrated by the fact you completely ignored the rest of my comment telling you how the article is full of shit and just propaganda.

https://www.canada.ca/en/ombudsman-national-defence-forces/education-information/caf-members/career/postings/outcan.html

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moncton_Flight_College

SECRET MILITARY DOCUMENTS: Trudeau invited Chinese troops to train at Canadian military bases by EvilNick in SaidIt

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Rebel news is propaganda.

The Canadian military, as well as every other military in the world train with each other on each other's bases during peacetime. It's a strategic method of keeping the peace. It's not some scandal or big secret. Our bases are open to the public, so international delegates aren't getting access to anything the general public can't.

We've sent a team of our officers to China last year to train with their military.

A calm thread on AGB about how many gay guys fear they would have been labeled trans as a kid.... by fuck_reddit in LGBDropTheT

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They're not ok for cis kids. That's a lie TRAs like to feed people. The cis kids they gave it to in the 90s are all suffering from bone disease.

Ellen Page comes out as a trans man named Elliot by LeoneOkada in LGBDropTheT

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Am I the only one that found their acting terrible and cringey to begin with? Very flat, no emotion, no depth. Plays the same character every time. When I'm watching a movie I can't get into it because instead of seeing X character it's "Ellen Page reciting lines."

Another spicy reddit post about transgender existence being politicized by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Yea, they removed the comment, but it's not removed for me. I only noticed it was gone when I looked at it while logged out.

'Brokeback Mountain' adaptation to star all-transgender cast by BEB in LGBDropTheT

[–]Tovasshi 18 insightful - 1 fun18 insightful - 0 fun19 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Why not try to make an original movie with a unique plot?

"Those who say chromosomes define sex, haven't seen their chromosomes" by xAcidRainx in LGBDropTheT

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They forget that 23&me and ancestry DNA tests are things.

If chromosomes weren't accurate, the hundreds of thousands of people that were tested would have tipped someone off by now. They're would have been a huge media storm and hundreds of scientific papers would have been published.

How dare Google tell me facts? by artetolife in LGBDropTheT

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Even the comments are setting them straight.

Petition in support of continued retail access to Abigail Shrier's book, Irreversible Damage by missdaisycan in GenderCritical

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And the CEO basically told the staff too fucking bad.

What a surprise! TiF arrested during Seattle protest wants to be a woman when it comes to jail... by BEB in GenderCritical

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There's a 2-year practical nursing program in some places. A LPN doesn't have the same responsibilities as an RN.

Opinions on same sex marriages and adoptions by Wos290 in LGBDropTheT

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I'm married. I live in Canada.

We have benefits that we'd otherwise not have if we weren't married. Some provinces have common-law marriage as a thing if you don't want to have legal marriage. However the rights and benefits are limited. Fur example, if become incapacitating my wife automatically is my power of attorney and can make medical decisions on my behalf. If we were just common law, she couldn't, my next blood relative would be.

You'd have to look into what benefits marriage provides for you in your country to see if it's worth it. It's more than "just a piece of paper" in some circumstance.

A Fun Friendly Chat with Debbie Hayton by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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They talk about how trans activism hurts women and girls. Their view is that women should be the ones setting the terms of who can be a woman and who can enter which spaces and when. Hayton said they used to be all TWAW no exceptions because that's what was expected, but after discovering Blanchard's work on AGP, their perspective on everything changed. They explain male sexuality and how it influences AGP. They believe that if Blanchard's work was more accepted and AGP was more talked about, we'd have less problems for everyone involved.

So sick of these straight/bi women suddenly realizing they are lesbians conveniently after their male partner decides he's a woman... by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Please someone ask her if she and her "wife" split if she'll go to dating women exclusively or back to men.

A Fun Friendly Chat with Debbie Hayton by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Yes, they discuss Debbie's AGP. They're both against child transition. Debbie also admits that they're against self-ID and thinks women should have spaces without transwomen. Debbie didn't legally change their sex and doesn't view themself as a genuine woman.

Anyone else really hate drag? by [deleted] in Lesbians

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Depends.

If they're wearing a chest rig and trying to be a caricature of womanhood (Gia Gunn, Alyssa Edwards, etc) I cringe. If its more artistic or androgynous (like Aquaria, Bob the drag Queen, Sasha Valour), I'm all for it.

"bisexuals are oppressed because lesbians dont wanna date them" cry me a river by lmaonope333 in Lesbians

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I'd date a bisexual woman if I wasn't her first female partner.

Transgender Satanist anarchist wins GOP nomination for sheriff by Dabitch in GenderCritical

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Everyone involved sounds insane.

Pyramid of Debate vs Echo Chamber subs by SaidOverRed in SaidIt

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Just admit you hate women and move on.

Would you guys vote for... Trump? by joy1090 in LGBDropTheT

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I'm Canadian. It blows my fucking mind that anyone could still support Trump. The US is currently falling apart under his command... people are dying. Homelessness and unemoyment is going up. Medical debts are piling up. International relations are fucked. The economy is fucked. Hes selling out his own people to Russia and you want to vote him back in because you think it's the other party's fault... JFC.

Wait no- by Roseelesbian in LGBDropTheT

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Most countries and religions that made male-on-male sex illegal but ignored lesbianism is mainly because they didn't think women enjoyed sex in the first place.

How do you feel about non-binary people being attached to the lgbt community? by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Because genital piercing and tattoo aren't shocking enough.

How do you feel about non-binary people being attached to the lgbt community? by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Non-binary just means the fetishize intersex.

They want to transition into their romanticized idea of intersex.

How do you feel about non-binary people being attached to the lgbt community? by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Internet Movie Database (IMDB) has a BEWARE the TERF list - Rowling, Gervais, Rogan all make it on! by BEB in GenderCritical

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It's a cult.

Hard-core religious cults have similar lists of pure and unpure people/content.

"You wouldn't even know the difference!" (More unscientific nonsense aimed at lesbians in order to coerce them into sleeping with trans women) by TarshishJupiter in LGBDropTheT

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As if SRS suddenly makes the rest of their body shape not male.

Trans women on AL talking about their pseudo periods on a post about a women having a period. by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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If they're monthly injections, they're likely suffering from digestive issues. The gallbladder has estrogen progesterone receptors. Injectable HRT can lead to gallbladder disease because of how much it interferes with it's function. Doctors recommend switching to lower dose weekly injections or a patch to prevent cyclical issues like pseudoperiod as its a sign you're not coping with the monthly injection.

Due to poor access and understanding to women's reproductive health, this individual thinks they're trans. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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The whole soy thing is a myth. Males need some estrogen to function and the amount of phytoestrogens in eaten in a chunk of soy is no where close to the amounts found in more commonly eaten foods throughout the day.

It was just a campaign to shit on male vegetarians.

Due to poor access and understanding to women's reproductive health, this individual thinks they're trans. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Person hates their body, so person lost enough weight that their shoulders are wider than their hips. Person stopped menstruating. Instead of addressing weight loss, or other hormone issues doctors prescribe progesterone which causes PMS. So person comes to the conclusion their anorexia and and reaction to progesterone means they're trans.

Due to poor access and understanding to women's reproductive health, this individual thinks they're trans. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Yes. DIY hormones is a thing. Many genderfluid/NB people are into microdosing hormones to androgynize themselves.

Someone posted this link to try to prove that gender identity was inate, but all the genes they found associated with transgenderism just so happen to be the same ones associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Overall, no one knows the full answer. But as an autistic person I do understand the body- brain issue. Many austic people don't feel their bodies in space. I myself feel extreme discomfort if my arms are dangling by my sides. It's hard to explain, but often time my arms feel alien to me eviden i look at them because my brain isn't registering that they're mine. A similar phenomenon is experienced by schizophrenics, they're able to tickle themselves because their brain doesn't register that it's them that's touching themself.

A lot of what trans people say about their experiences sound word for word what austic and schizophrenic people say about how they perceive themselves.

Someone posted this link to try to prove that gender identity was inate, but all the genes they found associated with transgenderism just so happen to be the same ones associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, etc are related disorders. There is no single gene associated with the disorder, but a few genes are associated with them. Most people with ASD or related disorders have a combination of these gene varients. Most of the genes are really close to eachother on the same chromosome.

The severity of the disorders or which features one has seems to be predicted by different combinations of these gene variants.

The genes themselves are important in brain development, they're not necessarily associated with sex development despite being on sex chromosomes.

The genes themselves (at least some of them) are used in pruning branches of neurons as they develop, so they don't have too many, or not enough connections in the brain. In layman's terms, they control how the brain is wired.

No two austic, schizophrenic or bipolar person is going to have the exact same varients in these genes, but a group of schizophrenic people will be more similar to eachother than they would be to autistic people.

In this study all the varients they found in transgender individuals are of the same genes associated with ASD, schizophrenia, etc and other neurological developmental disorders. But the researchers came to a different conclusion because the genes are on an sex chromosome.

Someone posted this link to try to prove that gender identity was inate, but all the genes they found associated with transgenderism just so happen to be the same ones associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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"transgender females there were seven hemizygous variants noted in six genes located on the X chromosome: ASMT, CXORF57 , GTPBP6, P2RY8, PLCXD1, and RGAG1. "

ASMT - autism https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23995775/ CXORF57 - https://www.alliancegenome.org/gene/HGNC:25486

RGAG1 - Autism and Schizophrenia https://www.semanticscholar.org/topic/RGAG1-gene/2162946

PLCXD1 - schizophrenia.

"four variants were noted in genes on the X chromosome: ATRX, GTPBP6, PPP2R3B, and ZXDA."

ATRX - autism like symptoms https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7315487/

ZXDA - https://www.morressier.com/article/03--proteomic-research-psychiatry-schizophrenia/5c642be19ae8fb00131ceb17?

Someone posted this link to try to prove that gender identity was inate, but all the genes they found associated with transgenderism just so happen to be the same ones associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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The study doesn't mention autism, no. But the genes varients mentioned are. They are in the links. It's one of those things though wouldn't pick up on unless you were familiar with ASD research.

The point is non of the test subjects were screened for ASD but had gene varients associated with ASD.

There has lots of research regarding the connection between gender dysphoria and ASD. This genetic study just demonstrated that a handful of the test subjects had similar gene varients as thine with ASD.

Are you kidding me?! by LasagnaRossa in LGBDropTheT

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A lot of trans wives have no choice but to tolerate it. They can't leave or they're afraid of being shamed or shunned if they do.

Are you kidding me?! by LasagnaRossa in LGBDropTheT

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I really want to ask them sometime, if they ever split up with their trans spouse, are they going to exclusively date women or do go back to dating men?

Are you kidding me?! by LasagnaRossa in LGBDropTheT

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Just identify into being gay to satisfy your spouse and save you're marriage.

I have a special distaste yet pity for these women.

Why can't I find any statistics on how many women have been murdered in 2020? by ImPiqued1111111 in GenderCritical

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Canada: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/85-002-x/2019001/article/00016-eng.htm

For comparison. In the last 20 years, there have been 2 trans people killed in Canada. One was an intimate partner that didn't know until he was in the middle of having sex and noticed the surgery scars. the other was killed by a non-binary man that knew the victim.

Are there any ways to cure gender dysphoria without hormones and surgeries? (transitioning) by [deleted] in LGBDropTheT

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Depends in a few factors. For a very few, tansition does help, but it's not a cure all for all of your problems. The problem recently has been that it's being touted as a cure-all.

There are people who desist through therapy after they explored the root cause of their dysphoria. There's cases of people finally coming to terms with the sexual abuse they've experienced as children and the dysphoria going away from that.

It depends on the individual.

On TRANSGENDER PERFORMATIVITY -- Jenn Smith, transgender, and critic against transgender ideology. by GayNotQueer in LGBDropTheT

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For those who don't know, Jenn Smith is a transgender identified male that still uses male pronouns. He credits his childhood trauma for his dysphoria and is highly critical of trans idiology. He's an anti-trans activists that's fighting against medical transition of vulnerable children.

https://transanityca.wordpress.com/about/

Why is the trans thing EVERYWHERE on the Internet now?? by RedditHatesLesbians in GenderCritical

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Swans scream the loudest when they're about to die. Idiologies are no different.

"I Am Jazz", children's book about a transgender child: An Endocrinologist’s Evaluation by GayNotQueer in LGBDropTheT

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Still active on Twitter.

Being associated with radical feminism is dragging this movement down. by Astrid2448 in LGBDropTheT

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Brain sex is a lie.

Brains are plastic. The last mass review of all the brain scan research on sex and transexualism found that none of the studies could be replicated and often contradicted to eachother. They concluded the brain differences were based on common lived experiences/socialization. A man living in Afghanistan will have similar brain scan as other men in Afganistan, but they won't be similar to men living in Japan.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5953012/

Without constant reaffirmation and indoctrination, children in lockdown are detransitioning. by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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Sexist slur: check.

Using "fat" as an insult despite promoting "body positivity": check.

Shaming women for masturbating: check.

Definitely an MRA.

Transwomen are men. Pass it on. by Chunkeeguy in GenderCritical

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The comments on that past, JFC.

Open Letter of Resignation from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS) - Dr James Cantor by Tovasshi in GenderCritical

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From the letter:

** I have long posted news items and opinion pieces to SSSS’s member listserv. In July, I posted an essay of my own, When is a TERF not a TERF, challenging the extremism that has taken over public discussion of trans issues, pointing out, for example, that the unwillingness ever to recognize anyone’s transition is different from citing the research suggesting children should wait until age 12 to transition.

A debate ensued, not focused on any argument or evidence submitted, but on whether such discussions should even be permitted. The cessation of open, critical discussion is antithetical to the purpose of a scientific society. Participating in the debate were three SSSS Board members and roughly a dozen general members, expressing a roughly 50/50 opinion **

Twitter thread about it here: https://mobile.twitter.com/JamesCantorPhD/status/1292839733547212800

My last straw for being a progressive trans-supportive gay man by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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I had a male trans friend go from being into women to being into men.

They explained they think it was because their initial attraction to women wasn't genuine attraction to them, but they had what they wanted for themselves. It was a kind of envy was their explanation.

Biden Tells Staffers To Pick Any Black Person For VP 'Since They All Think The Same Anyway' | The Babylon Bee by christnmusicreleases in NotTheOnion

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"Not the onion"

Posts Satire site "Babylonbee" instead.

Dicks are just organic strap ons. by Criticallacitirc in LGBDropTheT

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I don't like being penetrated by a strap-on either.

More proof that NB is the woke flavor of "I'm not like the other girls" by LasagnaRossa in GenderCritical

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See, I went through the whole "I'm not like other girls" phase. Turns out I'm autistic.