We don’t need no education

One of the commenters on the last post brought something up that bears discussion. Contrary to the statements of some shameless self-promoters who call themselves “transgender”, society doesn’t need to be “educated” about the transsexual medical issue. What these people are really doing when they shout about this garbage at the top of their lungs is puffing themselves up and doing their best to “out” everyone on the planet. They don’t understand, or obtusely refuse to see, that terms like closeted and out do not apply to transsexual men and women.

Often you’ll hear a transgender type refer to being “honest” about their past, or make reference to bringing their “male side” together with their “female side” and not being ashamed for the whole world to know. Then they will contrast their goodness with the inherent evil of people who choose to mind their own business by keeping their own counsel. In the first place, anyone who believes they have a male side and then goes on hormones needs to seriously think about what they are doing. Some of the more vocal tg’s are catching on to this and the latter phrase is falling into disuse in these kinds of discussions. Yet the underlying problem remains.

The real issue is that transgender wants to substitute its voice for transsexual whenever possible. It wants to “educate” people about a condition that it doesn’t have. It wants to speak for people who purposely remain silent. Crossdressers want to climb up that ladder they’ve built, from transvestite to intersex. And transgender doesn’t care who it steps on on the way up.

There is a bare-faced fact here: the public doesn’t need education on transsexual issues, because the public was educated in the 1950’s. What the transgender are attempting to do is an act of re-education. As in reeducation camps. This is indoctrination on an international scale, and the problems they are running into with the religious right and the general public are related to this, not to their so-called championing of transsexual “rights”.

When one person from outside a group speaks for all the members of that group without consultation, it removes the individual right to speak for yourself. Maybe that’s the point.

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7 Responses to We don’t need no education

  1. Leigh says:

    wow aria .. you have a way with words that astounds and encourages me to fight this.

    Thank you for putting into words that which many of us can only feel!

  2. cassandraspeaks says:

    I am really impressed by the insight of this piece of writing. For a few reasons, it is concise and it’s message simple. The general public are really quite informed about these isues. They understand and totally accept that nature can make an error and is corrected by surgery. What they do not accept but understand is half measures.
    We don’t need to be taught the error of our ways by those who barely understand their own problems never mind ours. We do and most of our problems are caused by the TG half measures.
    The want us to be silent because our truth exposes their lie.

  3. SA-ET says:

    I also have to agree…great insight into the issue.

  4. Circé says:

    Canada has submitted to the american model of trans realities. As we know, sheep read books and then assume it to be the absolute truth and this is one way the TG agenda has taken hold here in Canada. On all Trans forums, groups and in support group, it’s the transgender viewpoint that is pushed forwards. I remember in the early days, just before having SRS, i went to get support ( emotional mostly ) in waht i was told was a Trans Support group. At first things were ok-ish but as time went by, more and more men were coming into the group ( i mean dressed as men and with beards ). I was told they were just like me and that i had no right to judge them. I was then told that the group was for Transsexuals AND Transvestites, that we were all of the same cloth; transgender.

    Of course, i rapidly learned to avoid such places as they could not possibly be of any aid to me. How would someone like me feel comfortable sharing in front of these crossdressers, yet many TS women felt like they had no choice in this and that’s just the way it is and so became sold on the idea that they were TG women, transwomen, women born male who opted to become women and that they only inverted something male to look female.

    This is the drivel spoken by our co-opters, they tell us who we are, how we are and that we cannot be otherwise or we are creating problems , are trouble makers and bad.

    Sorry for the outflow of emotion, i just get angry at the thought of how TS and IS women are treated.

  5. cassandraspeaks says:

    Circe, I had a similar experience in the UK. I got sick of the claptrap and the self deception of them. It is just how men treat women, that’s the nuts and bolts of it. Mother forgive them for they know not what they do.
    We are now finally fighting back and we are having an impact. The pebble has been thrown into the pond and the ripples reaching the edges. Boulders follow.

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