I’ve wanted to write a piece about the gender agenda for some time now. It’s a tough subject, for there are those who say if you don’t support full acceptance of anything goes, then you are discriminating, and then there are those who still can’t deal with the whole issue of homosexuality at all, let alone the transgender movement, and will tell you it’s evil and so on. I’m actually in neither camp.
To start with, homosexuality, or attraction to same sex, has been around in small numbers for as far back as we can go I would imagine, and even the animal kingdoms show some evidence of this. For my part, I lean more towards what I view as the early Native American way of allowing one to be different, and yet still accepted, and not really having an issue with it. It’s wasn’t a big deal, and it really shouldn’t be, when left alone and not stigmatized as it is today.
Another aspect to this, in my mind, is the fact that I can remember many lives where I have been a man, and many where I have been a woman. I don’t specifically remember being a lesbian or gay, but it’s possible. And even in this life I felt kind of like a man in a woman’s body when I was younger, for I just couldn’t relate to most women and what they seemed to focus on and thought was important and always felt more comfortable in the company of men. That has changed now, and I feel I have integrated both my masculine and feminine side in this one body, and feel totally comfortable being who I am in this life.
I admit, I do feel uncomfortable when seeing overt sexual behavior in public, but for me that is anyone, no matter what your sexual orientation. For me that should be done in private, and not in a public display, as if trying to call attention to yourself, but that is just me. But then, I’m not into pornography either. I have a very fertile imagination and don’t need any help there.
I have known both lesbian and gay couples, and they are, or at least can be, just like any other couples. They are very loving and devoted to one another, and have the same issues in many ways as any one else, no difference. Why anyone would want to discriminate and most especially hurt or harm those who are different than themselves I cannot understand, other than their programming, most often religious, tells them they must be this way. Why can’t we just live and let live?
But now I must diverge. What we have going on currently is not normal. Yes, there are some who have undergone a sex change and are now currently living a much more fulfilled and happy life. And I’m fairly certain they gave it a great deal of careful thought before going ahead with their decision to have drug therapy and surgery for this to happen. It’s a big deal. To those few, I have no issue. And as far as public bathroom facilities go, you would probably never even know, for I doubt they go out of their way to call attention to themselves.
But then, what about those who dress as the opposite sex, but have not taken steps to change their sex physically? And what about those who are using this as a way to make a sensation out of themselves, such as males undergoing a sex change so they can join a female sports team? What about male sex offenders changing their sex to have access to females so they can meet some sick need to be in a women’s locker room legally, and perhaps even continue to offend? I doubt there’s many women changing into men to do the opposite. And what about teaching young children that they should actually spend time thinking about these kinds of things, so that they can get an early start on a sex change? Do we really think they have the maturity to even understand the decisions they are making at this age? It doesn’t make sense to me.
And then last, but most definitely not least, is the move to throw pedophilia in there, trying to cash in and normalize this as just another sexual orientation. This is the one trend I find the scariest of all. Especially since the revealing of how wide spread this practice is, especially amongst the elite of our society, is growing exponentially by the day. The harm this has done to young minds is unspeakable. It’s off the charts, and is one of the primary techniques used in mind control and fracturing the personality through trauma. So yes, I have a problem with this.
The other thing I have a problem with is the fact that many are using this as a way to confuse sex with love. No, they are NOT the same thing! I know of some who will have sex with anything, and feel anything should go as far as self gratification at the expense of others. And this even crosses over to the animal kingdom, who can be (and are being) traumatized and used for nefarious purposes as well. So we need to grow a brain and sort this thing out.
And I do fear many are being rushed into decisions they may later regret as the so called medical experts in these fields stand to make a lot of money on this growing fad. There is evidence coming forward that some have felt pushed into making a change that they weren’t mentally, spiritually, and emotionally prepared to deal with, and now can’t go back. If you haven’t spent any time integrating both aspects of your psyche, of which we all have both, then I fear you are missing the boat. And the idea that it’s becoming politically incorrect to even assign a gender upon birth is absolutely absurd, in my opinion. What have we become, I wonder sometimes. I am writing about this, also, to highlight that there is indeed an agenda at work here, and it isn’t to enhance our quality of life, but rather to confuse and obfuscate it. Things need to be thought out fully, and not be hurried. And we need to be able to discuss these things without a knee jerk reaction, as if just talking about it is taboo. So, I’m just throwing this all out there for thought.
Would love to know what others think.
I’m not myself today, maybe I’m you