In the case of trans people, their cuckoo fantasy often leads to very cuckoo-like behavior as well. Many trans activists act like needy little baby cuckoos, pushing women aside and demanding all the attention of feminists. And funfems are always willing to indulge them, just like a clueless warbler dutifully feeding the baby cuckoo in her nest.
And a likely contender for The Big Meanies Club:
But for some reason, I’ve always willing to play along when it came to pronouns. I think gender-specific pronouns are kinda pointless to begin with, and since they’re such a big deal to trans people, I figured I’d do it out of politeness. Now that I think about it, however, the fact that trans people take pronouns so seriously could be the reason why I shouldn’t play along. I might not see pronouns as meaning much, but as far as most trans people are concerned, every “he” or “she” they hear is a validation of their supposed gender. After giving it more thought, it seems less like politeness and more like enabling.
And this great post on “Sex-positivity” and euphemistic language. It won’t take you long to go back through and read through the rest of the blog, started in January of this year. Well worth a visit!
Online roleplaying stuff is examined and put into context, even if I am a bit of a fuddy-duddy and did not know the extent of all this roleplaying stuff (like ‘furries’), zmog, do peeps seriously wanna fuck Sonic the Hedgehog?
Raygunslinger – me likey! 😛
(except for the red text on black background, which is hard to read!)
And being on blogspot, on which I hate the comment system.