Greetings, “Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead be filled with the Spirit.” Ephesians 5: 18 Yesterday I celebrated thirty eight years clean and sober from drugs and alcohol. My real clean date is April 1, 1979, but I won’t get my Narcotics Anonymous (NA) coin and cake until week’s meeting. […]
I was thinking about when I was caught up in the grips of my active addiction and the many different things I did to get that NEXT ONE. I remember going anywhere at any time of the day or night. I would travel to the moon if it were possible to get my next hit. […]
“Without vanity, without coquetry, without curiosity, in a word, without the fall, woman would not be woman. Much of her grace is in her frailty” – Victor Hugo
Men need to be men, women need to be women.
Who would trust men…? Now, let’s assume two or three men are sitting in the office and say to each other something like this: “dude, did you saw that new blondie that just started working on the second floor?” “yeah, she’s so hot…”. Can you imagine reactions of other women around them? Females are going mad when you are complementing other women – that are not themselves. They are very competitive yet often very insecure. And no, I have never been around any situation like that. Men do talk but only when they know that they can trust someone. And often in a very enclosed secure conditions. At work, every…
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So obviously I’m one of the people who buys into this theory and the evidence behind it so when I saw Riley drop this video and make some comments you betcha I had to respond. I think what’s important to remember when we’re discussing this is that Riley doesn’t see “trans” as just meaning transsexual – she extends it to transgender and the whole umbrella. Which of course most of them do not suffer dysphoria and aren’t transsexual – so they would not present as such neurologically.
But also it means that her priorities in terms of trans rights vary massively from mine. For me, trans rights is about securing legal, medical and social support for gender dysphoria, whereas for Riley it seems more to be about social acceptance of being trans. This has a huge effect on our perspectives which you’ll see throughout the post.
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