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Did You Ever See a Lassie Go This Way and That? December 17, 2015

Posted by geoff in News.
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Not sure you can trust the source, but here’s what Star Magazine has to say:

Caitlyn Jenner hasn’t even hit her one-year mark as a woman and she’s already regretting her transition. Click through to find out why the I Am Cait reality star might be after another drastic change.

Here’s my prediction in a comment 6 months ago, back when the Caitlyn Jenner furor was in full swing:

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Guess I was wrong about the “quiet” part, but I think I nailed the rest of it.

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1. Retired Geezer - December 17, 2015

*geezer quietly cancels hormone therapy appointment*

2. lauraw - December 18, 2015

Ha ha ha haaa. I think Geoff nailed it.

3. Mark in NJ - December 18, 2015

And true closure will be achieved when they put him back on the Wheaties box.

4. Cathy - December 18, 2015

Yup Nailed it.

What has me concerned are the little kids who get convinced they need to be identified as the gender they biologically are NOT and enabled through their exploration. Sheesh.

WE NEED A NATION LED BY ADULTS!!!!

It’s not unusual that a kid might kinda entertain the thought of being the other gender — but that’s a time for parents to NOT ENCOURAGE that. It’s better to let it slide and don’t freak out, but certainly don’t start insisting that the schools, teachers, and their friends and family start treating them as though they were the other gender, while forcing everyone in society through legislation to allow them to use whatever restroom they identify with that week.

Most of the time kids come around on their own and are happy they are their biological gender. Some, like Bruce here, take a tad longer. You know, Bruce could have spent time in the privacy of his own home putting on makeup and ladies undies with pushup bras and stuff and left the rest of us out of it — but some people are just plain selfish. Period.

5. digitalbrownshirt - December 18, 2015

Is it unusual for transsexuals to regret what they’ve done? They’re mentally ill people who are encouraged by people who should know better to give in to their sickness. Then in a moment of clarity they realize how badly they’ve screwed up. Sometimes they look for a reversal, sometimes they commit suicide. It’s easy to mock Jenner, but more than anything I feel bad for him. Just like I feel bad for anybody who’s dealing with a mistreated mental illness. I’m curious about Jenner’s relationship with his mother or grandmother.

6. lauraw - December 18, 2015

Just the fact that their suicide rate is astronomical, and that they want to cut off a part of their body, are clarion blasts indicating that this is a form of mental illness.

In the mental health business, it is considered unhelpful and non-therapeutic to indulge delusions that are contradicted by reality (like claiming to be Jesus Christ).

But instead of helping these people, we are all asked to play make-believe with them. Wait, no, we aren’t asked. We are strong-armed, threatened, and extorted into playing make-believe with them.

If I publicly express my reasons for believing that this is a mental illness, not only will no one listen, but I can be socially sanctioned, and professionally harmed. Certainly disciplined at school, if not asked to leave.

The lunatics are in charge.

7. Retired Geezer - December 18, 2015

But instead of helping these people, we are all asked to play make-believe with them. Wait, no, we aren’t asked. We are strong-armed, threatened, and extorted into playing make-believe with them.

What lauraw said.

8. Cathy - December 19, 2015

What Geezer said.

What Laura said.

In a discussion that was not even heated with a family member recently, I was told to STOP talking — because what I was doing was considered “word rape.”

The lunatics are in charge… and they are breeding more lunatics while we sit bound and gagged on the sidelines.

Thanks Geoff for the post.

9. geoff - December 19, 2015

I really wish kids still did the “sticks and stones…” mantra.

10. lauraw - December 19, 2015

In a discussion that was not even heated with a family member recently, I was told to STOP talking — because what I was doing was considered “word rape.”

Oh I have GOT to hear this.


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