How "Trangenderism" Hurts Real, Bigger Women...
"She's really pretty" my wife said.
"Yeah. But how tall do you think she is?" I asked.
"I don't know, but she's taller than me so she has to be at least 6'1." my wife responded.
"Yeah..." I said trailing off.
"She's a lot bigger than me too though. Not fat, just broad-shouldered and much bigger boned." my wife observed.
Then, there was silence. The suspicion grew. Neither my wife nor I wanted to say it as we slowly sipped our coffee. Finally, I asked
"Do you think that she may actually be... a he?"
My wife looked at me, not with surprise, but annoyance.
" I was thinking the same thing. A few years ago I wouldn't have, but now you just can never know."
That's when it hit me. There is a group of people in this country who are getting the short end of the mutilated stick. There is one class of women in this country who are actively at the receiving end of unprecedented wave judgment in their lives... and they don't even know it yet.
Beautiful, big women. People used to look at you and say "hey, there's a pretty, big girl." Now, many people look at you and ask "is that a pretty woman, or did that guy just have a really good medical team?" The sad reality is that with the prevalence of transgenderism in the media, big women will never again be afforded the benefit of the doubt. Despite only making up 0.3% of population Earth, Americans have a warped reality of just how many transgender people are actually out there. Thus, through no fault of your own, big women are now examined more leerily, if only in the instinct of self-preservation.
After all, no one would want to mistakingly approach a big girl who happened to have been a man. Something insensitive could be said, and that person could find themselves on the nightly news, offering a (forced) resignation after some long-drawn out public apology.
So in order to accomadate 0.3% of population earth, the rest of us, including the men who really, really like big girls, will cut a wide swath and be much more guarded with our words in order to protect a very small, but vocal group of people from offense. I genuinely feel bad for the beautiful, big women out there in America today. Because the dating landscape will never be the same. You'll likely have to become more aggressive, as the men who once clamored for your buxom embrace will tread carefully, hoping to avoid a potential penis.
Big women, this is your new America. You better learn how to navigate it. Tolerance has consequences.
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