Stan wants to be Sally. Sally wants to be Scott. Scott wants to be a dragon. It’s confusing. More confusing: memorizing gender pronouns. Even more confusing: changing the legal system to cater to pronouns (see Slippery Slope: NYC Issues First Non-Binary Birth Certificate in the US…). But that matters not to enraged transexual bovines. They demand catering. Both in food and social terms.
Here’s a perfect example: three trannies are suing Alabama over driver’s licenses. Their sensitive legal needs aren’t being met. Now combine that with their eternally suspended sexual needs. Yeah, it’s ugly.
Three transgender people sued the state of Alabama on Tuesday, with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union, for the right to change their gender on their driver’s licenses after DMV workers refused to do so.
“Under the policy, proof of surgery is required for an accurate driver license regardless of whether the surgery is necessary, desired, safe, or within the financial means of the individual,” according to the lawsuit.
“To really expect someone to alter their bodies to conform to some very rigid, narrow perception of what gender should be is manipulative and cruel,” [one of the prosecutors] told BuzzFeed News.
One second, trannies themselves alter their bodies to conform to their “lived truth” of body norms. So maybe it’s they who have no right to infringe on legality constructing its own gender truth. This argument seems rooted in wrongness.
“They needed to know the exact procedure,” she said. “They needed to figure out exactly what I had done,” including, according to Clark [prosecutor], the type of anaesthesia she was administered during the procedure. To Clark, it’s a simple matter of privacy. “I respect them because they’re the government but they have no business to know what I do to my body.”
This is complicated. You have people diddling with a system meant to be efficient for the largest number of people. Lady Legality doesn’t have time to meet all the unhinged demands of the minority of minorities.
The government’s job is to protect the people. A tranny could decide he no longer wants to be a she, but a he again. Changing back could hinder law enforcement’s efforts at locating he/she in case of a crime or emergency. Or stolen identity. It’s a big deal for safety reasons. Not because the “whole world hates trannies.”
LGBTQAAIP (silent F) peoples can play dress up all they want. It’s a free country. The moment they demand everyone else conform to their fantasy world is the moment they hinder the rights of other Americans. Not cool.
Behold, the rarest of all things rare: a civil conversation on gender.