Today the popular term ‘Transgender’ which includes people who are born male but think of themselves as female, or vice versa.
In 1955 John Money, Ph.D. first used the term “gender” to discuss sexual roles, later he added the term “gender identity”
Transgender is fueled & supported by the media, government, medical & psychological communities of our day.
Strange that the very people who don’t want to be judged for being transgender will judge you for opposing them!
I. Deny Reality Transvestites deny plain, clear reality. A man’s boy presents the reality he is a man. His broader shoulders, narrower hips, the lack of breast with which to nurse a child, the sex organ, inability to produce a child, are all realities that declare he is a man. Vice versa for a woman.
There are several things that cause people to deny reality: alcohol, drugs, mental illness. I remember getting drunk on gin as a teenager. I denied the reality that a red headed boy was bigger and stronger than I was. I swung at him and he proceeded to beat me until my face was swollen, black and blue. I honestly thought I had beat him up until I sobered up.
I was in San Francisco in the 1960’s when a boy got high on LSD and denied reality and declared he was a bird. He jumped out of a high rise and met with reality.
D. Genpo Merzel wrote a book titled ‘The Fool Who Thougth he was God’. It was the story of a twin named Sebastian, who thought he was God. He reigned from a mental institution in Bangor Maine.
Hitler believed he was doing the right thing for Germany when he started WW II. He argued that Germany was being overpopulated and needed more land. They were being drug down by ‘inferior races.’ He denied reality and killed 20 million people.’
Harold Bacon thought he was invincible. He denied reality and was sure he could ‘handle women.’ This macho ladies' man, boasted that he'd survived being shot five times by an ex-wife, his roommate Terry Alexander said. Bacon married Linda Darnice Dorsey who had served time in prison for shooting her husband to death in 1987, but he told his roommate he could handle her. Police say Dorsey shot and killed Bacon, 64, at her home. This is at least the third time a lover's quarrel involving Dorsey - a 55-year-old, pistol-packing ex-convict - ended in gun play.
II. Deny God Some transvestites say “God made me this way…I can’t help it!”
One doctor described a woman who had been born with a ‘bad birth defect, she had a female body!
God picked our gender. Genesis 5:2 says Male and female he created them, and he blessed them.“ God does not make us with the wrong gender. Psalm 139:13-14 says: “ For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother's womb. I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.”
To deny your sex is to deny the God who made you and assigned your gender.
II. Deny consequences Proverbs 16:25 says, “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death.” Walt heyer testified before the Massachusetts Judiciary Committee (Bill H502).
Submitted at hearing by MassResistance, June 8, 2011, by Walt Heyer
I'm a male-to-female transgender who lived and worked as Laura Jensen for years. I'm opposed to the Massachusetts Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes Bill H502.
Changing genders is zany, exciting and fun at first, but many of us have discovered right away or years after changing genders that our lives turn to disappointment, sorrow and regret. The evidence of this extreme regret can be found in the staggering suicide rate for transgenders, reported to be 30 to 40%.
I am back to living as a male and I am happily married to a woman. But anatomically I'm not a male; I can't be. My birth record was changed and says female. My passport says male. This surgery is absolutely destructive. In fact, it is categorically impossible to change someone's gender.
There are a lot of males without male genitalia who are struggling terribly with this. And at least fifty percent of these surgeries are failures in some way. Your body is mutilated. It's not a good thing. It's a horrible thing.
experienceproject.com experienceproject.com Published on Jan 1, 2015 17 year old transgender teen Leelah (Josh) Alcorn committed suicide on Sunday Dec. 28th by walking in front of a tractor trailer on a highway in Ohio. A few hours later, her suicide note, which she posted on her Tumblr page through scheduled publishing, went up. In the heartbreaking suicide note, she blamed her death on her religious parents who she said refused to acknowledge her gender and forbade her from transitioning into a girl. Read her suicide note below... If you are reading this, it means that I have committed suicide and obviously failed to delete this post from my queue. Please don’t be sad, it’s for the better. The life I would’ve lived isn’t worth living in. because I’m transgender. I could go into detail explaining why I feel that way, but this note is probably going to be lengthy enough as it is.
To put it simply, I feel like a girl trapped in a boy’s body, and I’ve felt that way ever since I was 4. I never knew there was a word for that feeling, nor was it possible for a boy to become a girl, so I never told anyone and I just continued to do traditionally “boyish” things to try to fit in.
When I was 14, I learned what transgender meant and cried of happiness. After 10 years of confusion I finally understood who I was. I immediately told my mom, and she reacted extremely negatively, telling me that it was a phase, that I would never truly be a girl, that God doesn’t make mistakes, that I am wrong. I Am a Transgender
experienceproject.com Our governments refuses to admit that (gender identity disorder) is a Biological illness that happened while we were fetuses in our mothers stomachs, so you can imagine the hell we are living in, we will remain trapped in these bodies for the rest of our lives , the only solution for us is to run away … sad huh !!
I pray for 3 things: • To help us transgendered to make peace between our bodies and minds • To meet Oprah and gain from her strength and experience • Although I am 38 years old and have 2 kids, but I still hope to be adopted by Angelina Joli even if emotionally only ...