Transgender Day of Remembrance – seriously


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    • Winifred
    • Iona S on 16 November 2018 at 18:10

    There is evidence that people on the Autistic spectrum are over-represented among transgender and gender-querying groups. If so, this might partly explain the apparent “crass insensitivity” to which you refer above.

    FWIW, I suspect that people on the Autistic spectrum, feeling that they “don’t fit” in society, may grasp at anything which offers to explain this lack of fit. A suggestion that they may have been born into the wrong gender may be seized on as a possible explanation.

      • Child-of-God
      • A. K on 22 November 2018 at 00:42

      This is true and I would go further, in saying that vulnerable autistic people are being preyed upon by the LGBT community and convinced this explains their feelings of not fitting in or feeling different.

  1. It’s like an intelligence test. Spot the connection between the following words:

    A:They’re all women!

    The chance of them randomly being all women is one in 16. The correct number of woman in PC is two, or is it?

    Men, women, transgender?

    How do we work that one?

    One man, one woman and one trangender? We have one spare. Perhaps bisexual, but if so, would he, she or it have a girl’s name or a boy’s name or a transgender name or what? It’s confusing the maths.

    The other thought on this is if they are real women, then perhaps men haven’t got it. Like they are educationally-challenged or something. I think that’s the word. You’re not non-PC, not anti_PC but in PC you are “uneducated”.

  2. I find the whole affair sad really. There have always been men and women cross dressers in our society who have got on with their lives without troubling those around them. We are a very understanding society that tends to adopt the live and let live motto.
    Suddenly it becomes fashionable and powerful to promote yourself as transgender. The floodgate opens and many of those who seek some sort of recognition in society make public declarations about their sexuality. What’s more, they have successfully organised, lobbied law makers and succeeded in silencing their critics. Wow! and to our shame it’s gone unchallenged for fear we might get called names, or worse accused of hate speech!
    As you have probably read in the media, people are not only challenging their gender, but they are starting to challenge their age and even their origins. What’s next you might ask!
    Please pray Thy Kingdom come Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. I have not set out to upset anyone with my comments. God bless you all.

    • Child-of-God
    • A. K on 22 November 2018 at 00:45

    It’s getting worse. I saw last night on TV there is a new programme coming called “Trans Kids: It’s Time to Talk” ( I shudder when I see all this because it’s being forced upon the entire population, for no reason whatsoever, for the sake of a minority of confused people who need therapy.

    • llooeegee
    • Luigi J on 22 November 2018 at 12:17

    We need to increase our prayers for HM Elizabeth 11. Her granting of ” Royal Assent” to unchristian laws [to serve her subjects] is a tragic devil prompted effort on behalf on secularists, humanists, LGBT and athiests.
    Which really depicts the faith of most MPs !!!

    • Epistle
    • Epistle on 22 November 2018 at 12:20

    I believe there should be a formal complaint to Northumbrian Police regarding the police woman’s actions, an appalling encroachment on freedom of speech. Do you have her collar number, Stephen? Did you film her actions?

      • Stephen
      • Stephen on 29 November 2018 at 16:41

      We’ll have to look at the footage!

    • Rocks
    • Rox G on 22 November 2018 at 13:58

    If the Queen, at this stage of her reign, stopped granting royal assent to laws she didn’t much like, she would soon find herself replaced by a Prince Regent.

    If the dubiously Christian public elect dubiously Christian MPs, we get a dubiously Christian parliament, I’m afraid, Luigi. ( I thnk “devil-prompted” is a bit too strong !). That is the way democracy and our constitution work. This is the United Kingdom. We don’t have parties with names like “Christian Democrat”, and religion does not play the part in politics which it does in the USA, although personally I am not convinced that President Trump is a sincere Christian — if he is, I am not impressed.

      • Stephen
      • Stephen on 29 November 2018 at 16:43

      We are all fallible human beings, Rox. That’s why the Bible says:
      Psalm 146:3 Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help.
      10 The LORD shall reign for ever, even thy God, O Zion, unto all generations. Praise ye the LORD. 

    • Child-of-God
    • A. K on 27 November 2018 at 19:57

    Well, I watched the Channel 4 programme and it was at least refreshing to see it was from the perspective of questioning the legitimacy of putting children through transgender processes. The presenter was a woman who wanted to be a boy as a child and she grew out of it. At the very end, she was in tears driving home, saying that she believes these children are being led. I agree.

    Thought you might also find this article interesting:

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