Trans genderism is anti-homosexuality.

The elephant in the room is that transgenderism was invented as a “treatment” or medical “cure” of homosexuality. The reason the “T” is included in the LGBT is that it has been historically lesbians and gays that transgenderist cures have been inflicted on. It was upon lesbian and gay bodies that medical experiments were conducted that resulted in what we now call “transgender treatments”: often on lesbians and gays who were involuntarily committed or incarcerated. Just ask Alan Turing. Just ask all the gays and lesbians rounded up and experimented on in “forced sex-change” medical camps in South Africa as recently as the late 1980’s. Just ask all the kids being medical-tracked and puberty-suppressed as guinea pigs in rapidly growing government-funded programs right now.

32 thoughts on “Trans genderism is anti-homosexuality.

  1. Miep December 13, 2014 at 22:01 Reply

    Yup. It’s also worth noting that male transgenders who genuinely suffer abuse are predominently POC, including prostitutes, while male transgenders who are abusive towards women tend to be white. That’s worth looking at.

    • Francois Tremblay December 14, 2014 at 01:50 Reply

      Miep, that’s an interesting fact indeed. Do you have any more data on that?

      • Miep December 14, 2014 at 02:07 Reply

        Basically anecdotal and much from gendertrender. But Gallus posts the news, and I don’t see any POC male transgenders threatening lesbians, they are all white dudes. Speaks to privilege. And male POC with gender issues are less privileged, more likely to wind up without resources. White male transgenders seem to be doing all right, have nice paying gigs in IT.

        I don’t mean to posit anything unilateral, but I’d bet real money that my hypothesis here is correct, statistically. Why wouldn’t it be? Racism is far from over.

        • Francois Tremblay December 14, 2014 at 02:17 Reply

          Yea, it makes a lot of sense. Also, we can’t expect people who support gender to be sympathetic to race oppression.

          • Miep December 14, 2014 at 02:22 Reply

            Haters gonna hate.

        • tnt666 January 3, 2015 at 01:13 Reply

          That’s certainly how it appears.

  2. Anonarchist December 14, 2014 at 16:58 Reply

    Good to hear this being said. It’s also worthy to note the mystical sexism implicit in the whole basis of the movement. “I am really a woman, I know it innately in my soul”, ect.

  3. alexandermcnabb December 14, 2014 at 17:19 Reply

    You know that you’re repeating the same arguments some of us to troll social justice warriors and trannies, and you’re doing it without a touch of irony, right?

    • Francois Tremblay December 14, 2014 at 17:29 Reply

      McNabb, you little fascist runt, given how little you seem to care about informing yourself on anything you write about, I’m quite sure you know jack shit about transgender issues or the persecution of homosexuals.

      By the way, McNabb, mocking transgender people for being “fags” or “queers” or whatever does not mean you understand the issue with sex-change treatments. It just makes you a jackbooted dumbass.

  4. Sun December 14, 2014 at 19:32 Reply

    Francois, have you ever considered maybe that you have transphobia because you’re unwilling to suck a tran’s woman’s cock or bang her post-op vagina? I think that every advocate for transsexuality should have no problem having intercourse with trans women. If someone who advocates for transsexuals, yet still have doubts and fear about engaging with such trans women, viewing them different than “real” biological women on a subconscious level, it shows some deep subconscious transphobia despite such meager on-the-surface advocacy. I think it’s important to break down social barriers to bring about true equality because such “allies” on the one hand are willing to advocate on the behalf of transsexuals for equality but are unwilling to treat them equally in their personal dating/sex life. The best way to go about this is to challenge your deep subconscious transphobia and and privilege and attempt to date/have sex with trans women (who should get the same treatment from men that “normal” biological women do). You don’t have to worry about producing children (which we all know is evil and destructive to the world).

    • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 01:22 Reply

      That’s great, but I am not an advocate for transgenderism or transsexuality. And why are you so concerned about telling me who to have sex with, especially since the entry didn’t have anything to do with sex?

    • Miep December 15, 2014 at 01:33 Reply

      Sun, this may come as a great shock to you but (a) men often have a wide variety of physical fetishes about women they want to have sex with, including some truly superficial aspects, and nobody says boo about it. And (b) Calling people bigots for not wanting to have sex with people you think they should have sex with is really rather pimpish. And intrusive. And transgressive. And offensive. And homophobic. I could go on.

      • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 01:39 Reply

        I’ve seen it done to lesbians a million times, but I had no idea someone would have the silly idea of trying to do it to a man. The tactic doesn’t really make any sense when used against a man, as you can see in this example.

        • Miep December 15, 2014 at 01:54 Reply

          Sun is engaging in a form of third-party sexual harassment, akin to pimping. This is unacceptable, offensive behavior regardless of whom it is directed to. Sex is not a right, it is a consensual privilege, and a private matter in this context.

          Trying to frame not buying into transgender philosophy as a kind of toxic sexual fetish is laughable and typical of the sorts of projection white transgender males so frequently engage in. Transadvocates have erred greatly in pushing boundary erosion thusly. There will be backlash, and it will come from reactionary white men, and will be inflicted on male POC transgenders. There is the tragedy. There is the hierarchy.

          • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 02:07 Reply

            I’m not thinking that far. All I’m thinking is, why is a dude trying to convince me to have sex with other dudes? Especially when the entry had nothing to do with sex in the first place.

            • Miep December 15, 2014 at 02:44 Reply

              Well, yes. Especially considering that, last I checked, you’re happily married to a woman. :-)

          • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 02:57 Reply

            I’m sure Alison would find the idea amusing, but either way I don’t know any transgender person, so the point is moot…

          • s-b-t December 16, 2014 at 09:10 Reply

            I think it was more of a baiting tactic. Beyond it being a bizarre suggestion in the first place, that is.

  5. Miep December 15, 2014 at 02:56 Reply

    Also, while we’re on the subject; there are many life forms of a wide variety of species I don’t want to have sex with, but very few I’m actually afraid of.

    The idea that not wanting to fuck someone means you’re afraid of them is purely insane.

    • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 02:58 Reply

      LOL. That’s male logic for you. I mean, fucking is supposed to assert dominance, right? So if you can’t fuck something, that means you can’t dominate it, and therefore it must be a threat. :)

      • Miep December 15, 2014 at 03:04 Reply

        Right. What’s that dude joke about if you can’t eat it or fuck it, pee on it? This explains everything.

        • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 03:08 Reply

          I used to feel, and I think a lot of men think that way, that if there was no possibility of me ever having sex (or to be in some kind of relation that would normally include sex) with a woman, there was no point in being friends with her. If sex is out of the picture, then there’s no reason to care about that person.

          • Miep December 15, 2014 at 03:15 Reply

            Friends last, lovers don’t. One can have sex with one’s self, but only having yourself to be friends with is much more difficult in the long run.

            Also men often have an unfortunate tendency to try to decide what women need, for us. It’s striking how infrequently they think to ask. As if we could not possibly know.

        • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 03:18 Reply

          Isn’t the answer to that one always “you need a good dicking”? That seems to be the male answer to pretty much anything women face. Also occasionally “you need to shut up.”

          • Miep December 15, 2014 at 04:06 Reply

            Yes, it frequently fails to occur to men that women may well have tried out meaningless sex with bar hook-ups before they came along. And found such experiences lacking in any benefices.

            There is a prevalent attitude in the male liberal community especially, that we are like slot machines. Stick dicks in us enough for long enough and by Dog we’ll hit the jackpot.

            This is, of course, just conning us into gratis whoring.

            And yes, of course we need to shut up because we are too picky and crazy and we made it all up and we asked for it and if we didn’t ask for it we probably deserved it.

            I have typed the above sentence or its facsimile so many times that one of these days I’m going to get it under 25 words. Alas, there will be no prize.

        • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 04:17 Reply

          Well, brevity is the soul of wit. So I suppose your prize would be to be slightly wittier. :)

          • Miep December 15, 2014 at 04:28 Reply

            hah! Life has dealt me some prizes, even sorrowful and pestilant as it is. Old age would be all right with proper community and pain killers. I am rambling but you are always talking about such major issues. I cannot always help myself from diving into these deeper pools.

        • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 04:33 Reply

          I don’t feel like major issues such as the stuff I write about are more important than the daily life stuff. Without the daily life stuff (friends, love, good food, stable health), high concepts are pretty worthless.

          • Miep December 15, 2014 at 04:35 Reply

            That’s a very nice thing to say.

          • sloebote December 15, 2014 at 09:10 Reply

            and with enough of the daily life stuff, let the rest of the world just goooooooo … :) But wait! we got this shit-load of ***MAJOR STUFF*** to throw at you – one. at. a. time. Until one of them gets under yer skin and you flip into paroxysms of apoplectic spittle. Damn. we DID get fooled again.
            Seems anecdotally certain to me that *Think global, act local* is the best way to live ones life.
            Good post, Mr. T! I really enjoyed it & some of the backwaters it led me to this morning!

        • Francois Tremblay December 15, 2014 at 04:37 Reply

          Thanks!

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