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  1. #1 This is what they actually believe about "gender identity" 
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    Quite nicely sums up, in an admittedly annoying frenetic manner, the utter stupidity of it all.





    Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go get plastered and maybe shoot myself due to how utterly moronic the human race has become. Cheerio!
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    He's annoying and the video technique is even more annoying. Children should not be allowed to use video editing programs. It's as bad as when they first got computers and AOL and INSIsTed ON tYpINg LiKe tHis.
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    This man is extremely ignorant. Sex does determine your gender, ovaries require your body to produce estrogen, which makes your breast grow and produce milk, while testicles produce testosterone which increase muscle mass and sexual drive.


    Now, milk from female breasts are used to sustain a baby until they can chew solid foods, and sexual drive from a man is used to initiate the reproduction goal. If you "identify" as a male, and you are a female then you have been indoctrinated into believing that "gender" is all socially conducted; womanhood, i.e compassionate, nurturing, loving are feminine traits, whereas manhood i.e honor, commitment, sacrifice, protector are masculine traits.

    Now, Hubie I've been reading up on how feminism and liberalism both use the idea of "autonomy" that is "self-determining", people can't determine their own sex so they must be allowed to determine their own gender and be able to identify as such because since they can't determine their own sex then others born the other sex may actually have an advantage. Here is from a blog that still writes every other day:

    From a chapter description of the same work we get the following definition:

    Autonomy is an ideal of self-creation, or self-authorship [6]


    Professor Alan Ryan defines liberal autonomy in a similar way,

    The essence [of liberalism] is that individuals are self-creating... [7]


    As a final example, Professor Wayne Sumner connects the "traditional liberal value of autonomy" to the,

    liberal conception of the person as self-determining and self-making [8]


    Letís say that you are a liberal who believes in this. What then becomes your political aim?

    Your aim will be to remove impediments to individual autonomy. Whatever defines us in important ways that we do not choose for ourselves will be thought of negatively as something limiting and oppressive that we must be liberated from.

    Liberals therefore have a strong motivation to launch campaigns to ďreformĒ society. Over time the influence of liberalism on Western societies has been radical, arguably more radical than anything that has gone before.

    This transforming effect on society has been presented to the general public by liberals in the most positive terms, as a progress toward freedom, equality and justice. When put this way, liberalism can seem difficult to challenge, even by those who sense that something is wrong with the direction of modern Western societies.

    But if we go back to liberal autonomy theory, and look in detail at what it logically requires, then a more obviously negative picture emerges, one that is very much open to criticism.

    What, after all, are the impediments to autonomy which liberalism seeks to abolish? They are those aspects of our own self and existence which we do not get to self-determine. And there is a lot that we donít get to self-determine, including what we inherit as part of a tradition and what is given to us as part of an inborn human nature.

    What is most significant to us as individuals has often survived over time as aspects of a tradition or of human nature. Therefore, liberalism has often found itself having to make what matters most not matter.

    In this way liberalism has diminished our lives rather than liberated them.

    But what exactly does liberalism not allow to matter? This is what now needs to be looked at more closely.

    -ozconservative.blogspot.com
    Do not feel sorry for humans because not all humans believe in the sex!=gender bullshit that libtards spread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibbins View Post
    This man is extremely ignorant. Sex does determine your gender .......
    You're using two different jargons. Sex only determines gender in language and grammar, ie you are a female so we refer to you as "she" or you are a male so we refer to you as "he". "Gender" in the contemporary lexicon of psychology is your perceived sex, or your identity related to sex. As such, this academic babble maintains that regardless of your sex, you can be masculine, feminine, or non-masculine/non-feminine. Others who sign on to this bullshit, maintain (as the video does) that there are countless "genders". For example, people who teach Queer Theory, or Queer Studies will tell you that a feminine male or a butch female is not role playing, that their behavior is an identity and a "gender" as much as male or female are.

    I have been listening to this bullshit for decades, and have found it utterly pointless to argue with such people. If a man wants to dress in skinny jeans and a girl's shirt with pink maribou neck trim I couldn't possibly care less, but don't tell me that is his "gender", it isn't, it's his affect.

    The one thing that was in this video which I can agree with is that masculinity and femininity are by and large social constructs. We can see this over the last three generations that the definition of masculine has changed significantly. We have gone from defining masculinity by an upper class standard to a lower class standard, notably transitioning from Leslie Howard and Cary Grant to Robert Mitchum and James Dean and ending up in the thug wannabe prison driven fashion of the present. Our acceptance of a broader range of presentations in females likewise is a major change in how we view femininity. These are social constructs.
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    Just when I thought you couldn't be redeemed, Nova, you come along and prove me wrong. Dammit.

    Although, I think even between times and cultures, what is considered masculine and feminine has always been generally the same. The lines in the 21st Century Western world have become somewhat blurred as of late due to nonsense such as what is pushed in the above video.
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