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Transgender Civil Right: The Abomination In Disguise

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Someone once asked me, why do people deny who they are? At a point I could not tell what it was but then I realized, sometimes people think it is easier to adopt another identity than to accept yours and live with it; well that’s called identity crisis.

If as a man, I decided that society should refer to me as a woman; it does not obviously change my biology from being a man. Even if as transgender, it does not change my original biology from being a man.

The funny part of this deception is the kind of support from world leaders who only appeal to this group of “delusionals” in other to gain their votes.   

Do you remember Clinton was anti gay and when it was time for election, she saw it as progress in the United States? In 2011, when the state of New York legalized same-sex marriage, Hilary Clinton addressed the crowd at a gay-pride celebration and hailed the “historic vote in New York, which gives such visibility and credibility to everything that so many of you have done over so many years.” Though she added, “I’ve always believed that we would make progress because we were on the right side of equality and justice,” Clinton remained officially on the record as opposing same-sex marriage.

Hilary’s full “flop” on the issue didn’t occur until March 2013, when she openly embraced marriage equality. According to Paul Kengor a Political science professor, who noted at the time that Hillary Clinton had finally “endorsed gay marriage,” stating that he believed she had undergone “an honest shift”:

In a Human Rights Campaign, a gay-rights group with which Clinton has personal ties, posted a video where Clinton came out in favor of gay marriage. The timing comes as the U.S. Supreme Court readies to hear two major cases dealing with gay marriage. “LGBT Americans are our colleagues, our teachers, our soldiers, our friends, our loved ones, and they are full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship,” said Clinton. “That includes gay marriage.”

You know it is sometimes difficult to embrace the obvious heatbreak that being a man yet you tell yourself that you are a woman.

Because of how it is easy to exploit confused and directionless people, Joe Biden is here with another voice of unity with genderless individuals and people with identity crisis, I mean those that belong nowhere.

However, Biden has taken it from the Clinton’s level of gay marriage to transgender. In a tweet Biden said:

“Transgender equality is the civil rights issue of our time,” Biden said on social media Saturday night. “There is no room for compromise when it comes to basic human rights.”

The statement is not necessarily a departure for Biden who, back in April, mentioned that he would support the “Equality Act,” a Democrat-authored House bill that would amend the 1964 Civil Rights act to outlaw discrimination based on “sexual orientation and gender identity.” That bill is controversial, as it includes language designed to compel public schools to allow transgender individuals who identify as female (but who are biologically male) to compete against female athletes on female-only sports teams.

Hold on, how does a confused grown male who fail to note his gender drag everyone into same confusion and yet Biden called it civil right. It is not discrimination, first we had to put up with same sex (gay) and now transgender.

Now you can imagine as a female athlete, you will have to compete with a man just because she wears a woman body. How does that even make sense?

The democrats and some other politician seek to destroy the common societal ethics by deliberately permitting lawlessness and in the name of human right and gender equality push society to a state of chaos

I don’t think what these people need is a space in the constitution but some real orientation.

With these though, it will be better when adequate education is given to the above on the subject matter. Discrimination will only turn out to be of negative effect on them and which will in turn affect society. However, with necessary orientation the inferiority feelings that led to making the decision might be corrected. Discrimination and violence attacks is not a solution.

Sometimes you need to learn that some people are to be pitied not envied.

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