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your personal tipping point

The existence of transgender people should be predictable with 100% certainty even if one had never met such an individual.

This assertion is based entirely on a logical extension of seeing the way nature operates as there is no living thing on this planet that is left untouched by anomalies, permutations and variations. Yet oddly gender identity is expected to be unflinching and rigid because those whose sex and gender identity align say it should be so.

This denial of reality is beginning to change but only by the sheer force of needing to minister to people who are despondent and in many cases suicidal. The true numbers are beginning to be felt and this disclosure is being described by the skeptical as the “transgender agenda”.

Transgender people are tired of suppressing and living life according to someone else’s rules. Humanity is full of wonderful, caring and understanding individuals but is also replete with agenda-driven half-wits who don’t have two brain cells to rub together. We cannot worry about who loves us or not and just live in the open air like everyone else with the aid of legislative protections.

What needs to happen is that people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity should be left alone to live life on their terms. It sounds so simple and yet for some who would deny this basic right its analogous to societal treason.

If you haven’t reached your own tipping point you are probably almost there already and once on the other side there is no going back.


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