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NobleTeam360 said:
Slade6alpha said:

Damn bro.. tell us how you really feel. :/ 

I just did. 

It's okay, we'll be sure to NEVER EVER judge you...while you sit on your throne, judging everyone else.



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You know what people? Why the hell did we start caring for genders in the first place?

People say they want to get rid of gender roles. Well, wouldn't removing the importance of gender help promote a world where males and females have close to the same amount of oppurtunities?

I can easily be wrong, but whatever.



 

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Just be who you want to be. It shouldn't (and doesn't) affect anyone else in the world if you were born a dude but want to be a girl or vice versa. Just do what makes you happy.



Skratchy said:
NobleTeam360 said:

I just did. 

It's okay, we'll be sure to NEVER EVER judge you...while you sit on your throne, judging everyone else.

Thanks for understanding mate. 



Boutros said:
Slade6alpha said:

Damn bro.. tell us how you really feel. :/ 

He probably had a one night stand with a plot twist :p

How did you find out about that?!?!?! 



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gatito said:
Azuren said:
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gender

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noun  gen·der ˈjen-dər
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Definition of gender

  1. 1a :  a subclass within a grammatical class (as noun, pronoun, adjective, or verb) of a language that is partly arbitrary but also partly based on distinguishable characteristics (as shape, social rank, manner of existence, or sex) and that determines agreement with and selection of other words or grammatical formsb :  membership of a word or a grammatical form in such a subclassc :  an inflectional form showing membership in such a subclass

  2. 2a :  sex gender>b :  the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with one sex



  3. Webster. It's your sex, and the behavior associated with it. You can exhibit gender behaviors of the opposite sex, but your gender (in this sense, your sex) is still the one you were born with. Acting like a girl doesn't make your gender female, because referring to one's gender is to refer to their sex; not their gendered behaviors. 


You're mixing up terms left and right. It's become quite obvious this is a subject you're having a hard time trying to understand. I'd kindly suggest you get some more education and read about this so you don't seem like an ignorant bigot spreding hate about something you barely know anything at all. But that's just me.

The only thing that's clear is there are a bunch of people out there trying to make Gender more difficult than it needs to be. It is in relation to sex, or otherwise it is descriptive of behaviors based on sex. The problem is now a bunch of special snowflakes are undermining actual transgenders by pretending to be transgender and forcing a their desired answers out of questions that were never asked.

 

I converse with transgenders on a daily basis, as where I live happens to be the only blue haven in an otherwise red desert for many many miles. I've also grown up with several people who either had a full sex change or seriously considered it for a long time. And you know what none of them have any issue with? The actual term "gender". They understand what it is, and what it means. They understand that they can identify as a female, though their biological gender is male. They understand that even though they live as a man, when they renew their drivers license they claim a female gender. 

 

Because when someone asks you your gender, they're not asking you how you feel about your gender. They're asking if you're male or female. It's a legitimately disturbing notion that we can go to the moon, but we stumble over whether or not my newborn child's genitalia means he's a boy. Oh, sorry, we don't stumble; we Tumbl. 

 

And implying someone is an ignorant bigot, regardless of the way you try to phrase it, is both flaming and trolling. It's more or less asking me to take off the gloves and get into a "Who can get the other banned first" competition, and I refuse to get personal with you.



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NobleTeam360 said:
Boutros said:

He probably had a one night stand with a plot twist :p

How did you find out about that?!?!?! 

I told him about our special night.



hershel_layton said:
You know what people? Why the hell did we start caring for genders in the first place?

People say they want to get rid of gender roles. Well, wouldn't removing the importance of gender help promote a world where males and females have close to the same amount of oppurtunities?

I can easily be wrong, but whatever.

It'd just come back the moment the lawn needs to be mowed or the trash taken out. 



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BraLoD said:
NobleTeam360 said:

How did you find out about that?!?!?! 

I told him about our special night.

It was magical erm I mean.... 



People saying they are a different gender other than what they are born in is about as sensible as me saying tomorrow that I identify as a Platypus. Parents don't tell their kids the gender that they are, they treat their kids the gender they are born into. You want to have surgery and try to change things up, I can't legally stop you from doing that, but you have no right to get all upset, ticked off, and threaten to sue people for the remainder of your life simply because the rest of the world isn't attempting to accommodate your every desire.

I'm sick of hearing about people getting sued by members of the LGTB community because they don't want to use their 100% privately owned business to do things for people that violate their religious beliefs (and most of these LGTB people doing this seem to be doing it intentionally and then claiming "emotional distress" just to crush Christians and other groups just because they hate anyone who is different than them).
I'm also sick of the fact that the emotional stability of an incredibly small portion of the human race is more important than the actual physical safety of women in bathrooms.
And the worst part about all this? It is only going to get worse. I'm sure, 200 years ago, no body imagined this ever being a thing in the world. And I'm sure, 200 years from now (if we are all still living in this present state of being), the world will be doing things we can't even imagine today.