First, I am not a sexologist. I do not study the differences between men and women, other than the most basic stuff. Men are most happy working when they are experiencing success with something they are passionate about, and women are most happy when they have a connection with people, on average. That is about the extent of my understanding of the biological differences between men and women, and James Damore is right. I only know the basics, and I just do what makes sense. The push of Gender in our culture has prompted me to say I do not have a gender, I only have a biological sex. Anything else is just people’s imagination, and that may work for them, but how does somebody objectively prove someone is a tall pansexual flirty wood sprite. I know there are people like Blaire White and Theryn Meyer who legitimately have gender dysphoria and need to go through all the treatments for it, and I know that hormone blockers can have unexpected impacts on development, and there’s plenty of people who regret their transition.
To me, I would advise caution. If you are not old enough to legally drive, you’re not old enough to make such a life-changing decision. If any of my children were Transgendered, I would have them wait until they are 16 to make those decisions. Children parrot things they see on TV and in the classroom because that is how we learn. If you introduced a child to these concepts when they are six years old, they don’t have the brain development to think about the information critically. And while I would say children should trust their ‘instincts’ on some things, I definitely would not want my child to think about wanting to change, because this is a lifelong decision or a life filled with regret. But in this day and age, I’m just a ‘transphobe’ for having anything but an ‘if your child wants to transition, get them on those hormone blockers now’ mentality.
Facebook post declares B.C. Ministry of Education is enforcing a ‘biologically absurd theory’
First, the media presents transgenderism in ways that are very absurd and do not reflect reality. If you listen to the press, you’d think that there would be a much higher percentage of people who are suffering from gender dysphoria. But the number of people suffering from the disorder is only three people in every 1000 people. Sure, in a worldwide population of seven billion you’re going to get twenty-one million, and that’s a lot of people, but it still is a relatively small amount of our population. But with the recent push on Transgenderism in the schooling system, we are seeing a much higher amount of people concerned and an ‘elevation’ of some reported cases. And a lot of it is because people claim ‘gender’ and ‘biological sex’ are not the same, which leads to all kinds of lunacy, like people being gender queer demi-boys. How do you objectively prove something like a ‘gender queer demi-boy’ exists other than a person’s imagination?
And before someone says, what about their ‘gender expression’, i.e. the clothes they wear and their mannerisms? Again, I would say that is all personality. Men dressing in drag for Halloween this year are not ‘trans’. Objectively, they are male.
In a Facebook post Monday, Chilliwack school trustee Barry Neufeld denounced members of B.C.’s education system as “radical cultural nihilists” for their policies on gender rights and education.
“At the risk of being labelled a bigoted homophobe, I have to say that I support traditional family values and I agree with the College of Pediatricians that letting little children choose to change gender is nothing short of child abuse,” wrote Neufeld.
I completely agree with everything that Barry is saying in that post. Science is science. Objectively there are two primary biological sexes, male and female. Objectively, there are some intersex individuals – but they represent one in every 1000 or more. Objectively, some people have Gender Dysphoria, but that is only three in every 1000 people. Yes there is diversity, but not as much as Bill Nye says.
When it comes down to it, the nuclear family is the best base social unit to build a society. When men and women live with each other, helping each other while taking care of children the best outcomes happen for our children. Children raised in nuclear families have higher educational levels, better income, less likely to involved in crime and have many other advantages, compared to both homosexual couples and single parent families. If people wanted their children to have real privilege, choose to be in a monogamous relationship with a loving partner. If you ‘re going to be privileged in our society, no matter what your gender or skin colour is, do your best to have a loving family that you stick with and sticks with you.
Social justice Marxism is attacking these ideas, and have been attacking them from day one, not realising how important these are for human development. They want to attack the heterosexual nuclear family so much; they will do anything to dismantle it. But for smart people, we can choose not to listen to the people who want to attack this most basic family unit. While I’m not against homosexuals getting married and having families, that doesn’t mean I don’t celebrate the nuclear family, being a husband and a father is what men are supposed to be at the end of the day. I want to share my passions of writing, art, and conservative values with the children I have with my fiance, it’s one of my most influential desires.
And when it comes down to it, logically speaking, if people are being discouraged from being in monogamous and happy relationships, how will we start the next generation? No matter what, we should always strive to make having families the most natural thing in the world to have. Cars, computers, and fame are not as important as having and creating a family, so it shouldn’t matter if we have the ‘best of everything’ when we compare it to having the best family we can have. I grew up in a single parent household, and let me tell you; it was hell. When it comes down to it, an average child in a single parent household has problems, but ‘gifted’ children have it much worse time because we can slip through the cracks far easier.
Education Minister Rob Fleming said trustees can have their own opinions, but the province’s public education system is one that values human rights, democracy and inclusion.
“We have very good consensus around the entire school system around the need to eliminate discrimination to counter bullying,” said Fleming.
First, I disagree with you. I do not believe bullying is a bad thing. For instance, If some creep was going around girls and doing things that made girls uneasy, and a bunch of guys decided to put a stop to it, the creep will learn a lesson, and the girls will be left alone and be more relaxed. Second, it teaches self-mastery. The harder the life you live, the stronger people become. If you are creating a ‘safe space’ for people, they will grow weaker, which is the opposite of what we want. We live in a time where it is both the most comfortable time in the history of Mankind, with all our technologies bringing us whatever we want in minutes, and the hardest because everything is crumbling around us. People who shelter themselves from people who disagree with them grow weaker from this state, which makes other hardships even harder to go through.
This is why we see protest signs like this.
They think they will get a much better shake under communism, and that all their needs are going to be taken care of by the state, and they want it to be easy. The ‘safe spaces’ mentality creates weak people. Children who preserve from adversity will grow up to be stronger individuals who can go through the hard times. I never had a ‘safe space’, but that has only motivated me to the best blogger and writer I can be because I love sharing my thoughts with people. The more social media giants bully us to deny us our voices, the harder I work because I am not afraid of that giant.
“We are in the fifth year of our erase bullying strategy, where we very much looked at some of the harassment and fear that gay and lesbian students, and transgender students, in particular, have experienced in our school system, and there was a consensus to eliminate that.”
All B.C. schools have anti-bullying policies that include explicit references to sexual orientation and gender identity.
First, you cannot, and should not eliminate bullying. The idea that the state needs to get involved to this is ridiculous. There is nothing more empowering in life, beyond being in a family that loves you that sticks together, than standing up to bullies. It gives a rush of dopamine, and it will help your in life if you consistently do that. Everybody will know you are a badass as well, and you can go forward.
You are trying to take that away from children who need that experience. When the state eliminates a child’s ability to stand up to bullying, you are removing a vast resource that helps them develop that inner strength they need to overcome future hardships. In a loving household, bullied children can find peace and solace with their family who stands by them, giving them the chance to be strong. It will provide them with hope to continue forward.
In my opinion, all of this shit is getting out of hand. This push for ‘trans’ inclusion is only causing children who get confused, who make rash decisions before they are ready. We need to be open but hesitant about the integration of transgendered education, as it only affects 3 out of 1000 people, and some people that are suffering from gender dysphoria transition and some do not. There is no 1 size fits all solution for that mental illness.
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