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4 hours ago, brenthutch said:

Two girls kissing is a ‘woke controversy’?

 

Is that how backwards you and your cohorts are that you still, in the year 2022, can’t deal with acknowledging the existence of lesbians?

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23 minutes ago, jakee said:

Two girls kissing is a ‘woke controversy’?

 

Is that how backwards you and your cohorts are that you still, in the year 2022, can’t deal with acknowledging the existence of lesbians?

How is it that Chinese and Muslim nation censorship is now celebrated by the US right wing?

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56 minutes ago, SkyDekker said:

Hi Sky,

From your link:  I could not have said it better:

It’s important you stay pure . . .  until he’s in the right position of power to exploit you.

 sex is something you won’t be prepared for until you’re much older, like 14 or 15

 If you have any questions, you can always turn to the Bible.

They get crazier by the moment.

Jerry Baumchen

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9 hours ago, winsor said:

You equate ballet and gymnastics with 'gender affirming' vivisection.  I am in awe of your semantic prowess.

Your concern is about children's bodies being permanently modified before they're old enough to know better, right? Both of those activities do exactly that when children start them at the ages necessary to turn them into potential careers. And in numbers far outweighing trans-children receiving any interventions (and surgical interventions amongst actual children are almost non-existent).

What could possibly be different here that draws your ire in a more pointed fashion? Hmm, it's a mystery.

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18 hours ago, mistercwood said:

Your concern is about children's bodies being permanently modified before they're old enough to know better, right? Both of those activities do exactly that when children start them at the ages necessary to turn them into potential careers. And in numbers far outweighing trans-children receiving any interventions (and surgical interventions amongst actual children are almost non-existent).

What could possibly be different here that draws your ire in a more pointed fashion? Hmm, it's a mystery.

He comes from a "tribe" that cuts and then sucks the foreskin of 8 day old boys.

Stones and glass houses and all.

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22 hours ago, jakee said:

Two girls kissing is a ‘woke controversy’?

Nothing new here.  In 1968 Kirk (a white man) kissed Uhura (a black woman) on national TV.  Then, as now, bigots were incensed.  Then, as now, most people didn't care.

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"Transitioning" middle school children is child abuse, no ifs, ands or buts.  The fact that it is not treated as being leagues worse than anything NAMBLA espouses is simply amazing.

https://www.theepochtimes.com/teen-who-had-double-mastectomy-regrets-gender-journey_4565312.html

A 17-year-old girl who regrets having both of her breasts removed as a result of so-called “gender-affirming care” testified before a California Assembly committee hearing June 28, urging state lawmakers to reject proposed legislation that would make California a transgender sanctuary state.

I was medically transitioned from ages 13 and 16,” Chloe Cole from the Central Valley told the public safety committee, saying she suffered irreversible consequences from surgeries and hormone treatment.

Screen-Shot-2022-06-28-at-9.25.38-AM-120 Chloe Cole speaks at an Assembly committee hearing for Senate Bill 107 in Sacramento on June 28, 2022. (Screenshot)

The committee passed the controversial Senate Bill (SB) 107, which proponents say would “provide refuge” for trans youth, their parents, and those who advocate for and provide “gender-affirming health care ” for minors.

The bill would prohibit law enforcement agencies from arresting or extraditing parents charged in other states or nations for child abuse or other crimes related to allowing minor children to receive these medical treatments.

Screen-Shot-2022-06-28-at-9.22.39-AM-600 A California Assembly committee passes Senate Bill 107 in Sacramento on June 28, 2022. (Screenshot)

Cole said when she was younger, her parents took her to a therapist who “affirmed my male identity” and “brushed off” concerns about the efficacy of hormones, puberty blockers, and surgeries.

My parents were given the threat of suicide as a reason to move me forward in my transition,” she said.

Cole said at age 15, she told her therapist she wanted to remove her breasts. She attended a top surgery class with a dozen other girls her age or younger.

None of us were going to be men, we were fleeing from the uncomfortable feeling of becoming women,” Cole said.

She went through with the surgery and her endocrinologist put her on puberty blockers and injectable testosterone after two or three appointments, she said.

“Despite having a therapist and attending the top surgery class, I really didn’t understand all the ramifications of any of the medical decisions I was making. I was incapable of understanding, and it was downplayed consistently,” she said. “My parents, on the other hand, were pressured to continue my so-called ‘gender journey’ with the suicide threat.

I will never be able to breastfeed a child. I have blood clots in my urine. I am unable to fully empty my bladder. I do not yet know if I am capable of carrying a child to full term. In fact, even the doctors who put me on puberty blockers and testosterone do not know.”

She urged the committee to reject the trans sanctuary state bill and put safeguards in place so that “painful” experiences like hers are not repeated.

Children cannot consent,” she said.

Erin Friday, an attorney, argued against the bill, claiming it unconstitutional for California to disrespect the laws of other states.

She argued SB 107 would not just provide sanctuary for parents fleeing the law in other states, but would make California a refuge for all children who want to access transgender medicine and surgery.

“No questions asked. No real mental health assessment, no minimal diagnosis and no parental consent. So long as the minor child can get to California, she can order up any type of irreversible treatment,” she said.

Erin-Friday-Screen-Shot-2022-06-28-at-9. Erin Friday speaks at an Assembly committee meeting in Sacramento on June 28, 2022. (Screenshot)

Friday, a parent of a teen who once suffered from what’s called Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria, but no longer identifies as trans, has previously testified that SB 107 would be a big mistake that would only worsen the “largest medical scandal in history,” and spread transgender ideology, which she described as a “social contagion.”

State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco), who authored the bill, said it’s intended to protect families and trans youth and medical professionals from being prosecuted for child abuse in other states.

Texas, for example, is cracking down on the use of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones on minors, and—in some cases—gender surgery on minors.

These parents, who are doing just trying to do right by their kids and accepting their kids for who they are and supporting them are being told ‘you’re a criminal for doing that,’” Wiener said. “It’s disgusting; it’s despicable, and California should have no part of that.”

1SenScottWiener2022-06-28-at-9.35.13-AM- State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) speaks at an Assembly committee hearing for Senate Bill 107 in Sacramento on June 28, 2022. (Screenshot)

Martin Campos of Trans Family Support Services said the group is currently working with out-of-state residents faced with the decision of whether or not “to uproot their family and livelihood to seek out refuge in an affirming state such as California” to flee “anti-trans legislation” at home.

“Parents should not be concerned about facing legal ramifications while seeking medically necessary gender-affirming services for their youth. Nor should youth have to endure the trauma that is created by having their parents face those ramifications,” Campos said. “… All this bill is seeking to do is allow transgender youth to thrive.”

Ebony Harper, the executive director of California Transcends, shared a personal story with the committee.

“I identify as the black trans woman,” Harper said. “… I was a trans youth at 13. I grew up in South Central California and at 13 I was kicked out of my house, which was the story for most transgender people from my era, if you were between the particular intersections of being black and transgender. And I spent many years on the streets, in jails institutions because it was the Dark Ages. Trans folks were considered mentally confused people that could not participate in society.”

In the ’90s, a lot of trans people died because they didn’t get the health cares they needed, but today the transgender community in California is thriving and prospering, Harper said.

“The 13-year-old me thought I was going to end up dead before I hit 21. And here I am advocating in my 40s and still going strong and having the fortitude of support with senators like Scott Wiener, the Lieutenant Governor and other folks in government,” Harper said.

“I think trans transcends politics,” Harper said. “…And so you have seen that our community recently has been politicized, which is causing a lot of trauma and pain in our community.”

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Another Winsor-esque move in Texas:

A Texas educational committee has recommended that Texas schools change the name "slavery" (which, really, sounds so bad and makes the south look evil) to "involuntary relocation."  No doubt that by making this change, they will end woke madness and stop criminalizing white students, thus ending prejucide and racism in the US.  The committee hoped to be able to compel educators to "compare journeys to America, including voluntary Irish immigration and involuntary relocation of African people during colonial times."  I mean, the Irish didn't complain too much.

This way the Civil War goes from a war against slavery to a bunch of woke whiners who objected to the simple relocation of some black people.  I mean, involuntary relocation?  Same thing happens to members of the US military.  And they don't get all butthurt and say "oh, won't someone please save me from my involuntary relocation?"  They man up and do their job and support their country!

Fortunately the State Board of Education asked them to reword it.  They didn't reject it mind you - but they did ask them to change it a bit.

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This guy has it nailed:

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/18659/woke-inquisitors

I hope we don't have to go through what Russia, China and Germany did, the road to hell being paved with good intentions and all that.

The plaque on the book-burning square in Berlin was prescient: "That was only a prelude; where they burn books, they will in the end also burn people."

Of course, this time it's different.

 

BSBD,

Winsor

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8 minutes ago, wmw999 said:

Just go back to calling people niggers, spics, and cunts, Winsor. Then you'll be free.

Wendy P.

As abhorrent as going 'forward' to calling people racist, sexist, transphobic and homophobic in lieu of having a logically valid position. Inappropriate slurs on both sides are wrong.

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1 hour ago, wmw999 said:

Just go back to calling people niggers, spics, and cunts, Winsor. Then you'll be free.

Wendy P.

I already call people niggers, spics and cunts every bit as much as I wish to, which is not at all.

The only places I've heard term "nigger" used extensively has been amongst blacks, similarly I've heard Puerto Ricans call each other "spic" a lot, and Brits routinely call each other "cunts."

Since using any of these terms in a negative sense instantly discredits any otherwise valid point being made, I find their use to be counterproductive.  It is interesting how stances I do not support are attributed to me; projection I suppose.

I recoil against the use of "African American" for a number of reasons.  For one thing, it was coined by Jesse Jackson, who is a professional racist (if he can't find 'racism" everywhere he's out of business).  For another, I work with a lot of Africans and it's a big continent.  Also, many of them are African Africans working in the U.S..  If you're wondering what to call one of them, "Doctor" is a good first guess.

At a gut level I can't believe that someone could read "Mein Kampf" and buy into it's drivel, but the same is true for the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, the Koran, the Book of Mormon or Dianetics.  That security flaw possessed by neurotypicals making them subject to mental malware is a bitch.

The prospect of being limited by the lowest common denominator amongst us is daunting.

Trying to structure a society where nobody's feelings are hurt sounds good, but leads to poor results wherever it's been tried.  I am spoiled by living in an environment which is diverse by seeking the best candidate for the job rather than by making "diversity" a goal unto itself.

 

BSBD,

Winsor

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12 hours ago, winsor said:

I'm amazed that neither of you appear to be aware that TV stations have been censoring movies since TV stations have been showing movies. If that's the level of attention to detail we're working with I doubt "has it nailed" is the appropriate phrase. It's also rather amusing that in this one page of the thread alone the problem with the woke movement is both that it is censoring movie content that offends people and that it is producing movie content that offends people. You're kinda gonna have to pick one, because you can't have both.

 

When it comes to the chaos that woke policies are inflicting on society I think this guy has it nailed. He rambles a little and the impressions are terrible, but it gets the point across.

 

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10 hours ago, winsor said:

 

The only places I've heard term "nigger" used extensively has been amongst blacks, similarly I've heard Puerto Ricans call each other "spic" a lot, and Brits routinely call each other "cunts."

. . . .

BSBD,

Winsor

I expect I know far more Brits than you, and that is not my experience.  But, of course, you may know a lower class subset.

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4 minutes ago, kallend said:

I expect I know far more Brits than you, and that is not my experience.  But, of course, you may know a lower class subset.

He was likely being brief for better comprehension by commoners. They probably refer to each other as Dr. Cunt.

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On 7/1/2022 at 3:02 AM, winsor said:

"Transitioning" middle school children is child abuse, no ifs, ands or buts.  The fact that it is not treated as being leagues worse than anything NAMBLA espouses is simply amazing.

Weird argument coming from a guy whose "tribe" cuts the foreskin off male babies and in some cases has a designated male suck it off the penis.

 

Edited: penile gland or pineal gland is something entirely different....lol

Edited by SkyDekker
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