|Pillager - 2017-01-05 |
Milo Steward deserves a "Transtrender" tag.
|bawbag - 2017-01-05 |
5 ghost stars for the evil of this Blaire character constantly seeking the validation of the far-right by throwing her fellow transfolk under the bus though.
Why is she throwing her fellow trans under the bus? Please explain.
Here's one of the many awful examples: http://planettransgender.com/youtuber-blaire-white-mom-pimping-out -child/
You can also just read her twitter to see much more of her actively throwing other trans people under the bus with insults on their ability to pass, 'there are only two genders' vids etc etc but really it's far simpler just to point out that she is -to most of the trans community- the trans Milo Yiannopolous.
|wtf japan - 2017-01-05 |
"As of 2008, Iran carries out more sex change operations than any other nation in the world except for Thailand. The government provides up to half the cost for those needing financial assistance, and a sex change is recognised on the birth certificate." - From Wikipedia.
Also, Fa'afafine in Samoan culture. I'm not sure Western culture actually is the the pinnacle of safety and freedom for trans people.
wtf japan, do your research:
"Iran is one of a handful of countries where homosexual acts are punishable by death. Clerics do, however accept the idea that a person may be trapped in a body of the wrong sex. So homosexuals can be pushed into having gender reassignment surgery - and to avoid it many flee the country."
Iran forces gay (not trans) people to transition surgically: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-29832690
Western culture absolutely isn't the pinnacle of safety or freedom for trans people, that's true enough which is why trans activism is important even if the mainstream or alt-reich collaborators like Blaire, Milo Yiannodickulous, fringe radfem people et al disagree with how it manifests.
pipped to the BBC link.
I think you are conflating homosexual with trans. I didn't say anything about homosexuality. The fact that clerics accept the idea that a person may be trapped in a body of the wrong sex, and that the government will subsidize elective operations seems pretty trans-friendly to me.
Anyway, my point stands.
I think you're missing the point we tried to make (neither one of us were conflating homosexuality with trans btw).
Have a read of this (especially the 'post-cure trauma' section) and tell me you still think Iran is a trans-friendly country:
Another part that goes largely unmentioned is that trans people (or the gay people also forced to undergo transition) cannot choose to -not- undergo hormones and full-surgery.
Again, the article just seems to be pointing out that Iran isn't a fun place for queer people in general. No shit. If you want to be a ladyboy, you're going to have a bad time in Iran. HOWEVER, if you want your bits rearranged, then Iranian society might actually be more accepting of this than Western societies.
I don't think the Iranian government is friendly towards anything, really, but if the official, ergo incontrovertible line is that gender dysphoria is legitimate and that you have to accept people who have undergone sexual reassignment surgery as their reassigned gender, then they have that on the West, at least. That's all I'm saying.
Never mind, I read the section you were referring to. I guess I'll strike Iran off my list of libertine utopias.
|Spaceman Africa - 2017-01-05 |
shut up bitch
|StanleyPain - 2017-01-05 |
Jesus, ABQ, you really fucking went off the deep end last few months.
Hope the Nazis appreciate it.
In fairness to ABQ, I do believe they're posting it from an actual 'Blaire is 5-star evil' perspective but I can't bring myself to 5 star this stuff.
|Nominal - 2017-01-05 |
Because one made Jupiter Ascending?
|crojo - 2017-01-06 |
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