Fact: watching this entire video will make you dumber while inspiring you to hulk-smash your computer with your cranium. Also fact: reading the comments might restore faith in humanity, thus making you a bit happier if not smarter. So it’s a wash.
First, the stupid:
Summary: “Riley” says your sexist for not wanting to bang him. Conventional liberal “wisdom” would agree. Rags like HuffPo, Slate, and Salon would likely applaud Riley, if not publicly, privately, for his/her/zer bravery in calling out the trans-haters who don’t want to bang transpeople.
But plot twist, the typically despicable trolls of YouTube had other opinions. Turns out lesbians, gays, bisexuals, asexuals, queers, etc., appear to be fed up with this particular tranny who blames everyone else for his empty sex life.
Behold, glorious comments, the down votes:
Needless to say, people weren’t thrilled with Riley’s video, especially the LGBTQ community.
Even the LGBTQ community accused Riley of destroying everything they stand for, saying Riley’s video supports the idea of homosexuality as a choice.
As leftist extremism reaches new levels of moron, there’s hope that those of us who dwell in reality (but maybe have different preferences), can unite. While lesbians like women, while gay men like gay men, while heterosexuals like the opposite sex, we do have a unifying factor: we at least know what we are. We look down, see that which makes us male or female, and we roll with it. We do not, as transgenders do, insist on altering everyone else’s reality simply because we’re dissatisfied with what God gave us.
Transgenders will attack me for writing the above, insisting it’s “hate speech.” Incorrect. Reality isn’t hateful. If you’re transgender if you’re insisting everyone else cater to your delusion, stop it. We’re done here. Look between your legs. That’s your gender identity. When even the dregs of the internet rally to call out delusion, maybe you should take a beat. Think about your life choices. Stop calling everyone else wrong simply because they’re pointing out basic, scientific facts.