Thanks big red circle, I almost missed the joke
@Chiefkev, still needs to be bigger and needs a few arrows
*Apache Helicopter whirs in sadness*
@PBnJ, I too am helicoptering in sadness. *continues whipping dick around*
@PBnJ, Its an old meme sir, but it checks out
Well... someone is going to be disappointed
Male body type vs female body type is not the same as gender. Wow!
@Zigz, please explain that to people begging for a bathroom for their made up gender
@Invalid User, like whom?
@SkizleDNizleS, like everyone who wants to be special in middle and high school, my cousin and all of her friends being a few great examples
@Zigz, thank you zigz. Give it a couple of decades and even people like Shapiro will realize they just don’t understand, or they’ll hopefully become irrelevant
@Invalid User, try looking up some (reputable) academic research into gender. I was with you once, but memes and anecdotal evidence don’t portray this movement correctly. Try actually listening to these people on occasion, if at least so you know better how to refute them
@Captain Anderson, yeah, I understand. I haven't researched at all, honestly. But all I've managed to see is the loud people of every group, on top of my cousin (who is actually really nasty to people as well). My point I guess when I mentioned the bathrooms is that, you are right. But there are people who don't realize that certain things are based on gender biology. They're tying up what they feel with bathrooms, which are designed for what parts you have.
@Invalid User, Honestly, it wouldn't be that big a deal if we just had the same restrooms for everyone. Just a shítton of cammodes.
@Jdrawer, agreeable. Sadly, they want identical restrooms, labeled whatever they are, so they feel special. It honestly sounds just like those kinds of people. They're all the same, but they just gave themselves different labels
@Invalid User, I don't think I've heard that, like, ever?
@Jdrawer, my viewpoint is just that. My viewpoint.
They want bathrooms for gender neutral people, which would be just the same as any other restroom if you think about it.
@Invalid User, I think it's so that beefed-up dudebros don't beat up the guy who "looks like a girl."
@Jdrawer, well, and I understand if what I'm about to say seems horrible, but that's just how it is.
What point would there be in life, if your choices didn't come with sacrifice? A better way to say it is, if you put yourself through that by making the choice, you know you're commited. Everyone else knows your commited.
You go to the military because you want to fight for your country, but there's a chance you could die.
You leave your job to pursue another, but there's a chance that you end up not getting the new job.
If you take away the hurdles of your choices, then your choices hardly mean anything, and it's far easier to look like you're just doing it for attention. As much as I hate to say this myself, struggle is the nature of things. And, trans, gay, or not, bullies are going to be there.
This is how the world works. And I understand some people may think "If I don't like how unfair the world is, I'll change it!". That's a great mindset, but by taking away every struggle
@Invalid User, it overall doesn't cause growth, and just hurts people
@Zigz, also the shirts refer to a cut, not physical attributes. Probably not the best labels but yeah.
@Captain Anderson, there’s male, female, and hermaphrodite. Hermaphrodites make up an anatomically small percentage of people born, just like people who are born with 11 fingers. We still accept that humans have 10 fingers. Until the non-binary community can come up with a defined list of possible genders, they’ll never make progress, and don’t deserve to.