Date: April 30, 2023
“Should transgender teens transition? This rather personal question occupies a prominent place in the American culture war. One the one side you have people claiming that it’s a socially contagious fad among the brainwashed woke who want to mutilate your innocent children. On the other side there are those saying that it’s saving the lives of minorities who’ve been forced to stay in the closet for too long. And then there are normal people, like you and I, who think both sides are crazy and could someone please summarise the facts in simple words, which is what I’m here for.
At 7:25 the number which I say (25 million) referred only to the age group 12-17, whereas the study that I previously talked about was for the age group 6-17. The total number of children age 6-17 is approximately 50 million, hence the correction on the screen. Sorry for the confusion!
Many thanks to Jordi Busqué for helping with this video http://jordibusque.com/
It’s no shock that so much is currently inconclusive…because this style of intervention is so new.
As always…I believe the most important factor is always going to be social acceptance and support…Accept people as they are, and stop making them feel as though they belong in a different category of human being…Stop associating certain styles of dress, mannerisms, interests, etc, with a specific gender…Just let people live as they would naturally choose.
It’s possible…that chasing after the stereotypical look of “the other sex”, is going to prove itself to be a damaging, empty pursuit…most especially where it comes to the surgeries and hormones…
Being psychologically balanced in these matters, is mostly about learning to accept yourself, and understanding that life is never going to be perfect…It’s about having realistic expectations…Whatever is wrong in this world is still going to exist, no matter how you present yourself.
You are not obliged to dance around, whatever it is that others dictate “is normal”…
Which gets at the crux, of what I find so…contradictory?…self deceiving?…about this whole thing…You’re still allowing others to dictate “what your options are”…and it’s all based on what makes them feel comfortable…”If you don’t want this, then you’ll have that”…because that is the only way they comprehend social structure.
Maybe…there is nothing wrong with you to begin with…Maybe, you’re placing way to much importance, on what the culture has been conditioned to expect from you…Maybe…you should stop judging yourself, based on what other people think is “normal”.
What’s wrong is not your gender…
…What’s wrong, is that this world has failed to make a place of acceptance for you, on the macro level…and in many cases, on any level at all.
I’ve never personally suffered from gender dysphoria…and it’s possible I’m not fully comprehending the entire extent of the condition.
It is my belief, regardless, that social expectations play an indispensable role in both making and solving this conflict.
Monthly Archives: April 2023
The Word “Field” is R*CIST, According To USC Office…
Date: April 30, 2023
“What is the power of words? How can we use the power of words? On this video we will discuss an issue and a problem that is spreading.
Language is a structured system of communication that consists of grammar and vocabulary. It is the primary means by which humans convey meaning, both in spoken and written forms, and may also be conveyed through sign languages. The vast majority of human languages have developed writing systems that allow for the recording and preservation of the sounds or signs of language. Human language is characterized by its cultural and historical diversity, with significant variations observed between cultures and across time. Human languages possess the properties of productivity and displacement, which enable the creation of an infinite number of sentences, and the ability to refer to objects, events, and ideas that are not immediately present in the discourse. The use of human language relies on social convention and is acquired through learning.
Estimates of the number of human languages in the world vary between 5,000 and 7,000. Precise estimates depend on an arbitrary distinction (dichotomy) established between languages and dialects. Natural languages are spoken, signed, or both; however, any language can be encoded into secondary media using auditory, visual, or tactile stimuli – for example, writing, whistling, signing, or braille. In other words, human language is modality-independent, but written or signed language is the way to inscribe or encode the natural human speech or gestures.
Depending on philosophical perspectives regarding the definition of language and meaning, when used as a general concept, “language” may refer to the cognitive ability to learn and use systems of complex communication, or to describe the set of rules that makes up these systems, or the set of utterances that can be produced from those rules. All languages rely on the process of semiosis to relate signs to particular meanings. Oral, manual and tactile languages contain a phonological system that governs how symbols are used to form sequences known as words or morphemes, and a syntactic system that governs how words and morphemes are combined to form phrases and utterances.
The scientific study of language is called linguistics. Critical examinations of languages, such as philosophy of language, the relationships between language and thought, how words represent experience, etc., have been debated at least since Gorgias and Plato in ancient Greek civilization. Thinkers such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) have argued that language originated from emotions, while others like Immanuel Kant (1724–1804) have argued that languages originated from rational and logical thought. Twentieth century philosophers such as Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951) argued that philosophy is really the study of language itself. Major figures in contemporary linguistics of these times include Ferdinand de Saussure and Noam Chomsky.
Language is thought to have gradually diverged from earlier primate communication systems when early hominins acquired the ability to form a theory of mind and shared intentionality. This development is sometimes thought to have coincided with an increase in brain volume, and many linguists see the structures of language as having evolved to serve specific communicative and social functions. Language is processed in many different locations in the human brain, but especially in Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas. Humans acquire language through social interaction in early childhood, and children generally speak fluently by approximately three years old. Language and culture are codependent. Therefore, in addition to its strictly communicative uses, language has social uses such as signifying group identity, social stratification, as well as use for social grooming and entertainment.
Languages evolve and diversify over time, and the history of their evolution can be reconstructed by comparing modern languages to determine which traits their ancestral languages must have had in order for the later developmental stages to occur. A group of languages that descend from a common ancestor is known as a language family; in contrast, a language that has been demonstrated to not have any living or non-living relationship with another language is called a language isolate. There are also many unclassified languages whose relationships have not been established, and spurious languages may have not existed at all. Academic consensus holds that between 50% and 90% of languages spoken at the beginning of the 21st century will probably have become extinct by the year 2100
THE TENACIOUS TWITTER TROLL STRIKES AGAIN – Musk Makes a Mockery of State Run Media…
Do Germans Talk About World War II? What Do They Teach About the Holocaust?…
Date: April 30, 2023
“Do Germans talk about the Holocaust? What do they teach about WW2 in school? And is it okay to make a Hitler joke around a German? These are questions I get asked all the time and in this video, you’ll find out how Germany has dealt with this topic publicly since the end of WWII [00:01:52], what German students learn about it in school [00:09:22] (I asked my German viewers for their experiences!) [00:14:40], and whether or not it’s okay to confront a German with the topic [00:29:37].”
BEING HUMAN ARCHIVE
Jada Pinkett Smith SLAPPED AWAY by Facebook! Her Show is CANCELED!…
Social media mom convicted…
WGA Strike: Do Hollywood Writers NOT Understand Basic Economics?…
The Dark Truth of Peanuts…
The Government STOLE A 93-Year-Old Woman’s House; Will SCOTUS Stop This ABUSIVE Practice?…
Woman whose claims led to Emmett Till’s lynching dies at 88…
Date: April 29, 2023
“Carolyn Bryant Donham – the woman who accused 14-year-old Emmett Till of making advances toward her – has died. Professor and cofounder of the Emmett Till Memory Project Davis Houck joins with more.”
I recall a similar case…where a guy had his elderly mother in a nursing home…and a reporter believing she was previously a guard at a nazi concentration camp, was trying to gain access to her for an interview…
It wasn’t entirely clear to me, if the belief was true or false…but that poor guy was pulling out his hair, trying to keep his mother safe from the fallout of such a public claim.
It has to be really hard on the families of these individuals…especially when it is clear they did something wicked, and deserved going to prison for it…yet they walked free.
A lot of people want to do their relative harm…but, that relative is vulnerable, is in the end stages of life [what are you going to do at this point?], and may not even remember what they did…They’re not genuinely the same person…and you cannot just let “mob justice” take them…
…And then…what happens in those cases, where the accusations and beliefs are just wrong?