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Thursday 23 May 2024

It's only the extremes nowadays - Part 2 - When Procrastination was Laziness, Trans was X-Dressing. . .


When DEI was equal opportunities, when mental health was well-being, when procrastination with someone being a lazy fucking bastard, and when trannies were men dressed as women.

What's happened to the world?  It seems like the extremes, or in this case, all of the left wing's dreams and cliches have now attempted to be normalised, or at least are normalised by the radical left wing media, who control many sections of the world's opinions.

When Procrastination was someone being a lazy fucking Bastard -

Isn't this the latest trend nowadays? Please see here.

I've seen this over and over again. Maybe I'll use Google research or Google Analytics to see if my hunches are actually correct. 

Here are the results.

As you can tell, since 2010-2011, interest in this topic has exploded; my hunch was correct.

I've seen this non-stop recently, that they're now trying to make this, a mental disease!

So that it is no longer someone being completely lazy; completely and utterly preposterous!

This has nothing to do with mental health. Nothing. And if it does, what's next? What will be the next thing? If they can do that with this topic, they can then do this to anything. And that's the key point, If we're all mentally ill then NO ONE is actually mentally ill. 

Is then being mentally ill, just a natural state of things for human beings. Who knows? The more and more that these geniuses roll with this, the more that they are painting themselves into a corner.  In the end, this line of thinking merely proves that we're all just normal.

When Trans was Men dressed as Women -

I don't particularly mind the discussion about them / this subject.

And you have the right to speak, but I also have the right to express my views and listen to yours. They have every right to state their preferred pronouns, but I ALSO have every right to express what I believe those pronouns are as well. 

This is the significant aspect that many fail to notice. Equally, I still don't understand why I'm not allowed to voice this. It's not meant to be offensive. It's simply my perspective, my opinion, and, in my view it's accurate - and correct grammatically! 

Take for instance, the individual who was once entirely male, with all the traits associated with masculinity. Yet, at the same time, they desire to present themselves as a woman. This is a perplexing contradiction that I've never fully comprehended it.  Do those traits automatically disappear, even WITH hormone therapy?

What exactly does it mean to dress like a woman? 

One of the obvious, ridiculous errors that so many Trans people do, is equate femininity with merely having long hair, and wearing makeup?!

This is outrageous!  Really?

MEN can do this as well!  And, hello, they are STILL men!

For all the younger idiots nowadays, an oldie like myself remembers the early 80s, with the New Romantic pop craze, where the likes of Boy George, Duran Duran, Adam Ant, et al, were loaded with lip gloss, mascara, and all the accessories for the modern woman.

They were all men; they identified as men, they were not Trans!  So, the Trans community seem to be making a mistake, when certain individuals such as that asshole for Bud Light beer in America, are defended.  Don't do this!

I've always been intrigued by androgynous women or those with a more masculine appearance, juxtaposed with the latest trend of transgender women.  For the androgynous, they're playing at it, and at the same time are / can be as horny as hell; but -

They are still women!

It seems to me, that transgenders don't embody womanhood entirely; they merely seem to embrace certain superficial aspects, such as makeup and dresses. Some may have long hair, some may use mascara / face whitener; but they lack the understanding of how to truly embody femininity; as they merely imitate it, but wish to be taken seriously as a different gender.

This is quite different than the picture of Annie Lennox (above).

Whatever that may entail. Let's be realistic. Statistics suggest that only about one out of every 10,000 people may genuinely be Intersex and experience these feelings. Similarly, only about 2,000 individuals each year, to my knowledge prior to the recent surge, have had the courage to undergo gender-affirming surgery. 

There must be SOME effort made here!  Not only in having the "snip", but also not having a beard, etc.  Some of the very recent trends, where not only do they feel that they do NOT need to have surgery, but that they look like your elderly Uncle in drag, after going on a pub crawl, simply must stop.

There needs to be some effort here.


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