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  • TCC

    You think trans people only pretend to be proud of being trans?
    Maybe the reason their parades and manners of dress are so garish and hideous is because they’re secretly trying to warn the rest of us. “Don’t be like me. I’m like me, and I hate my life.”

    • Carrie

      I think for a lot of people it’s a cope, especially for the ones that can’t pass for normal. I am proud that I’ve made it this far and that I’ve gotten through the hardest part of my life, but I’m not proud of just having the condition itself. To me that’s like being proud of having hemorrhoids or something. I don’t really do the whole out and proud thing and only a very select few people in my social circle even know, but to each their own I guess.

  • NPC the Clown

    This person is going to be highly positioned soon.

    • Jesher

      CARLOOOOOOS

  • QuickshooterMk2
    • Sebastian Morffe

      Both things are social constructs, but uhm… We live in a society

  • 12judges

    “First we put on a dress shirt”

    Actually I read something that said about 50% are ‘taking their clothes off’ when they go to work if you know what I mean. What a dreary and horribly dismal lifestyle. Then, once they finally realize how ‘rekt’ their lives are by the choices they’ve made they “grab a necktie”…if you know what I mean.

    I commented a while back on another ST comic, I don’t hate transgenders. Sincerely, don’t do this to yourselves. It more often then not ends in a very bitter and lonely death.

  • Albionic American

    Transgenderism is a lot like Cotard delusion (look it up). If you met a guy who insisted that he’s dead, he’s a rotting corpse like a zombie, or he’s a ghost, you would recognize right away that he’s nuts.

    But let a man go around saying that he’s always felt like a girl on the inside, and that we should recognize his “true” identity, and we are supposed to play along with this fellow’s delusions.

    Frankly I don’t see much of a difference between these two disorders. Especially because many of the public figures suffering from late-onset transgenderism lived as accomplished, regular men beforehand, namely, Olympic athletes, founders of high tech companies, U.S. Army officers, producers of science fiction films, etc. They showed nothing feminine about their lives.

  • Major Matt Mason

    I’m not worried about Trump. It’s more equal parts annoyance and amusement.

    Now, his critics? THEY worry me… ;^.^

  • Dave Freeman

    Le 40%

  • Mister Twister

    Weak page.

  • FrJanos

    Isn’t it getting old, picking at the easiest target, and always with the same argument (high suicide rate)? It’s an argument for what? What point does it make at all?

    • Ijustmadethis Jejhd

      Trans bad, cis good

    • You are Not a Victim

      Isn’t it getting old pretending that gender dysphoria- a relatively new mental illness, and an observable product of western culture which coincidentally almost exclusively affects males- is “natural” and should be encouraged?

      Is a ridiculously high suicide rate from self-castration and damaging yourself with hormones that your body is not compatible with not a good enough argument against the glorification/promotion of trannies? How about the fact that it’s often foisted upon non-consenting children that haven’t even reached puberty, and does permanent damage to their body and brain?

      • FrJanos

        I didn’t imply any of what you wrote.
        However, all these drawings and the typical /pol/ posts don’t look like they are genuinly concerned about these people. It looks more like Schadenfreude. That’s why I worte that these are a way too easy target for ridicule, and always coming up with the same argument is getting old.
        As for the high suicide rate, isn’t it possible that those trannies who end up killing themselves were already suicidal before they even began transitioning?
        The author might as well could pick on depressed people too, of whom also a significant percent ends up killing themselves. And depression is also much more common in western societies than everywhere else.

        Making fun of an illness, mental or bodyly, is cheap shot, to say the least. Illness must neighter be ridiculed, nor celebrated, it must be treated.

        • You are Not a Victim

          You know what? Fair enough.

          I’d argue in the first place that this particular mental illness would mostly go away were it not encouraged so heavily, but your point in of itself isn’t unreasonable.

  • valeriekeefe

    It’s funny, because:

    -About 90% of suicide attempts among openly trans people are related to gatekeeping. That’s where doctors make up bullshit bureaucratic excuses for why people shouldn’t be able to buy a substance safer than birth control.

    -Assuming it’s not a mixture of Kafkaesque and Graeberian hellhole, the job will further lower suicide risk.

    -And jobs are more-frequently withheld from equally qualified openly trans applicants.

    That identity politics is a hot bag of flaming dog shit on the doorstep does not mean that this is the appropriate response.

  • Mexican Shitposting

    stonetoss imitators are all suicidal trannies, who would have thought?

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