The disturbing question that everyone "woke" is avoiding...
The question you should repeat incessantly.
If trans people are born into the wrong body, how can they possibly have the right mind?
Why is this question important?
Well, I just got through watching Matt Walsh’s “What is a woman”, and what I’m seeing is that the linguistic-fluid trance pattern of gender ideology is the SAME linguistic-fluid trance pattern that politics, mainstream media, and societal control frameworks put upon us.
It’s the reason I have been diagnosed with social communication disorder. I don’t trust words that are issued by others to have solid meanings, so I have to ask for specific meanings.
Noticing in the What is a woman film people like Dr. Michelle Forcier, and Dr. Patrick Grzanka roll out their credentials, and yet simultaneously be wholly incompetent to define the terms they use brought a familiar feeling to me.
What this mirrors is the meta frame of control linguistics. The undefinable, yet fully applicable term is dangerous to most. Let me re-phrase that. When you use a term that is applicable to a certain situation, yet that term is undefinable in certain, specific, static meaning, that is a liability projection from one person to another.
For instance, a bank I do business with chooses to hold some transactions for days at a time and others are almost instantly processed. I asked about these, and the bank says “you agreed to the terms when you signed the signature card…” Except I didn’t. I didn’t agree for an arbitrary hold on the funds availability. So, I’m in the process of asking the bank for the specific, static, complete written meanings of the words they used in the policy to hold funds from availability. I won’t hold my breath waiting for them to respond.
Similarly, the trans/gender ideology is holding the availability of the meanings of terms indefinitely.
When an idea is presented as authoritative, and there is no honest communication allowed around the idea, it is not sustainable by anything other than force. The previous sentence is an encapsulation of the idea of government. Laws are propounded, that allegedly take the Supreme Court to interpret, and then they can turn the cases over years later. NOTHING is ever, ever, EVER, res judicata.
What I’m saying is that the trans/gender ideology is actually part of the demise of America, because it is welded to the same ideal that you’re a
~contemptuous (if you dare question a judge)
~ or whatever other term serves to gaslight or deflect, SIMPLY BECAUSE YOU DARED TO QUESTION THEM.
I see this in my line of work all the time. Cops, judges, bureaucrats, all believe that they have the right to demand you act a certain way, while denying you the ability to question them. This posturing frame is not only unsustainable, it is circling the drain.
What the trans community and their allies are doing is targeting kids for sexual purposes, and this will end violently. Understand that the violence is already there, being perpetrated upon the kids of America, BEFORE they are to the age of sexual consent.
And these people that claim to be born in the wrong body are NEVER questioned about their minds - Because they cannot answer this. This makes them look like the fools they are, which, in the case of Dr. Grzanka, in What is a woman?, he began to hurl claims of transphobia, claims that Matt was being condescending and rude, and Grzanka became defensive, asking why a question was being asked.
Grzanka asked numerous times *why* a question was being asked.
Absolute claims, without absolute meanings is Authoritarian Entitlement.
I’m entitled to make the rules. and you’re not entitled to question them.
In my opinion, social and/or political sedition is fashionable, and more importantly, it is necessary for the preservation of humanity.
If you really want the madness to end, just ask them to provide specific meaning to their terms.
P.D., JAY V SHORE