LGBTQi . . . . really? more like WTF?

  • Wendigo9

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    Feb 11, 2016 5:13 AM GMT
    Humanity over the years has gone from the obvious gay/lesbian (same thing) or straight, to adding on multiple letters that clearly won't admit they have problems accepting the harsh reality we live each day.

    Bisexuals and Pansexauls: exact same description (sexaholic to anyone), but claims different when not.

    Transexuals/Transvestite: mentally believes born the wrong gender, fault of childhood influence.

    (the new) Intersex: born with both male and female features, it's called mother and father people!

    Addition to this "queer" meant gay before someone wanted to take it too far, and there are supposedly alot more different sexualities now. Are all these complications really nessessary, or has the world become so tolerant to change that the dumbest or most inhumane thing heard of can be taken so seriously?

    *forgive me for sounding old fashion, but enough is enough, what's wrong with the basics of human nature?
  • SilverRRCloud

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    Feb 11, 2016 6:48 AM GMT
    Once you start advocating equality and universal recognition of people regardless of their sexual orientation you cannot arbitrarily include some groups and exclude the others. That's how the politics of it all works.

    And, frankly, why would I or you mind if a dude who has been bisexual until recently discovers that he suddenly well, feels more pansexual? Ya know? More power to him.icon_rolleyes.gif It is really his life, and none of us are affected.

    The job of reasonable politics would be however, to figure out how far should the public policies go in order to accommodate for the virtual explosion of all kinds of sexual orientations.

    Do we now want to have locker rooms for men, transmen, intersex men, women, trans women, intersex women? Or is it wiser to simply have lockers/bathrooms based on color preference? I mean if your favorite color is blue you go here. And if your fav color is pink, you go there.:rollicon_sad.gifJus' kiddin')

    I believe that all the kind and decent people will agree that we want to have as many of our fellow human beings as happy and content as possible. In order to get there, we need to draw a line somewhere before everyone starts to abuse the system, and ruins it for all.

    We all agree that everyone out there, and especially Rose Nyland is SPECIAL. Yet, the societies only function if all of us, the SPECIAL people decide to seek a reasonable common denominator, so that we can all function together within reason. Be whoever you want to be. Agree that if you use the public arena, you'll have to use one of the two types of bathrooms/lockers or whatever is available and move on.


  • Feb 11, 2016 7:10 AM GMT
    I don't like labels either, but this sounds very ignorant to me. And it reads like you haven't taken the time to research any of the labels that you're frustrated about and are just ranting because you don't understand what they're used for and don't want to.

    There are things I truly don't understand (For example asexuality and a friend of mine who went from identifying as FTM transgender to just lesbian), but I don't feel it's my place to tell people who they are just like I wouldn't want someone telling me who I should be.
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    Feb 11, 2016 12:06 PM GMT
    We're all humans...just another race of sentient beings in the universe/multiverse. To label people within a single race is nothing short of a lack of intelligence. These labels are stupid.

    To be clear, I don't necessarily believe in extraterrestrial life, but I'd be more surprised to find out it doesn't exist than to learn it does.
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    Feb 11, 2016 2:50 PM GMT
    Wendigo9 said... harsh reality we live each day. Example:
    Bisexuals and Pansexauls: exact same description (sexaholic to anyone), but claims different when not...

    troll content but:
    if do the googles( Pansexaul ) "is a more inclusive term; rejects the gender binary, are open to relationships with people who identify outside the strict men or women definition". Its not a harsh reality once you get past high school; everyone is different and labels get over used.

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    Feb 11, 2016 6:46 PM GMT
    I think with that hair style you are acting quite a bit in self denial.
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    Feb 11, 2016 7:22 PM GMT
    What do you guys think of the term cisgender? I saw that recently and it threw me for a loop, even when I did a google search for it; the explanations were a bit confusing since I'd never thought of the concept.

    As I understand it, it's the opposite/inverse/complement of transgender. E.g., if you identify as a woman and you're in a mans body you're a transgender male (I think that's correct; correct me if I've got it backwards). If you identify as a man and you're in a man's body then you're a cisgender male.

    Some argue that it's superfluous but the argument in favor of it said that it's sort of like heterosexual versus homosexual; we have labels for both the "normal" or default side as well as the other side.
  • Wendigo9

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    Feb 11, 2016 11:35 PM GMT
    I have looked into all the other terms and what their claims are, and all I'm saying is enough with the excessive labeling. They've abused the word "special", now parents can't call their kid that without confusing them.

    My ex claimed he was asexual, and they refuse to acknowledge sex in general when it comes to attraction.

    Cisgender is just a new word trying to call those of us normal men & women "plain" or "old and obsolete".

    Also, because of trannies like Bruce "sorry, Caitlyn", this generation is becoming mixed up with media messages of who are we as people, making a serious medical procedure become an unsafe fad for attention.

    Hair and weight changes are one thing, but being hollowed out like a pumpkin is just low. It's like telling your maker "F*** you, I'll do it myself", contradicting the real meaning of #BornThisWay . . . ungrateful
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    Feb 12, 2016 4:57 AM GMT