Gender specific meets realism

I am having a hard time keeping up with culture these days. It could be just me, I’m not sure. I have finally realized that culture does change over time. I’ll give them that. How much it changes though, or should, is still up for debate in my view.

But the one thing that the evolutionists on the left always tell us is science is fact. And that is the way it is. Argue with that and they call you a denier. But if that is the case, then why do they keep trying to change science? I thought science was science.

Here is a simple example. Suppose you got into a time machine and went back to 1935. You walk into a senior science classroom to talk to them. Then you mention the words gender dysphoria and gender expansive. What do you think their reaction might be? No one would know what you are talking about or they could think you are joking.

Do that today and there might be one or two eye rolls but other than that everyone knows what you are talking about. “Oh, that.” They would probably get the drift pretty quick.

I decided since I am one of those people liberals always call a denier, phobic or neanderthal, then I should have an appropriate term for myself. I will label myself gender euphoric — which means I am very happy with gender the way it is, and have no inclinations to change it or the science behind it. I’m at peace with it and prefer people not try to redefine what is already defined. It should be settled science, as far as I’m concerned. .

But that would probably be exactly the wrong thing to be today because the left can accept any new definitions for sexuality, but they cannot accept or permit that one. Though in their way of defining it, a person’s final sex shall not be determined until they die. Then the evolution or chances of it are over.

Even in their way of thinking, my problem is not in keeping up with culture. No, they would label me a maladjusted adult due to my failure to adjust to their new definitions and standards. A cultural abomination. They can call it what they like and I’ll call it reality.

Right Ring | Bullright

6 comments on “Gender specific meets realism

  1. drrik says:

    I prefer the label “curmudgeon”.

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  2. the unit says:

    “No, they would label me a maladjusted adult due to my failure to adjust to their new definitions and standards.”
    Yeah. Full Stop. Period.
    I’m past elderly. Old now. Got a doctor for every system the body has. Doesn’t matter which, at each visit they ask “are you depressed?” Always answer “No”. Same answer as for that other question. 🙂
    If I made the mistake of saying “Yes”, where they going to refer me that the first quote above wouldn’t take effect?

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  3. Bullright says:

    Not sure but it conjures up that adage….”well, we can either do this the easy way or we can do it the hard way.” 😉

    Liked by 1 person

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