The reprehensibility of transjacktivists knows no bounds. Latest crap from TwanzWorld is that being twanzgender is “a birth defect, just like a cleft palate”.
I have seen this crapola cropping up all over the place, and even our not-a-dude-but-dyke friend Chaz Bono is relaying this insulting bit of garbage. From the NYT.
“I don’t think the way I grew up had any effect on this issue,” Chaz said. “There’s a gender in your brain and a gender in your body. For 99 percent of people, those things are in alignment. For transgender people, they’re mismatched. That’s all it is. It’s not complicated, it’s not a neurosis. It’s a mix-up. It’s a birth defect, like a cleft palate.”
That’s right, Chaz, tranzjacktivists, and tranz-on-the-bandwagon are all parroting shit like this to legitimise their ‘condition’, their desire to hack off healthy body parts and have new ones fashioned to approximate those of the opposite sex.
Cleft palate happens in roughly one in 700 births, and although there are differing levels of severity, here is what one looks like:
Clearly, a severe case. Cleft palate is not just an “appearance thing”, because there can be problems like feeding as babies, the ability to speak properly, nasal problems, even recurring ear infections leading to permanent deafness. Even frequent disruption (or severe/total hearing loss) will affect the child’s ability to learn language. Ear, nose & throat, all connected up (hence ENT departments). I would suspect that even moderately severe cleft palates could cause problems of this nature as well.
Given that, we see how tranz try to frame their “condition” in order to either gain sympathy, minimise SRS, or try to counter the radfem position that SRS is a form of mutilation.
I am constantly being questioned over and over again, and told that my mind should adjust to the body, and not the other way around. So, therefore, treatment for a cleft lip should be left well alone. After all, that’s mutilation, isn’t it? Never mind the voice issues, or the social issues or just generally feeling uncomfortable with yourself, you should just be comfortable in your own skin and not crumble to societal norms. Right?
So there we have it. Hacking off perfectly healthy body parts for no reason other than accommodating a delusion about gender (or, if no belief in gender, then body dysmorphia), compared to an actual physical birth defect with potentially serious and lifelong consequences if not corrected.
Tranz: Have you no shame?
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