I’m going to take a bit of a risk and speak about this topic from a rather personal point of view. When I was a kid growing up I was what many would call a “Tom boy”, because I rather enjoyed tearing around the desert sagebrush on the back of my brothers motorcycle, and playing with those little plastic army men with the neighbor boy up the road. I got along with boys much better than girls, as I thought girls were kind of too worried about their looks and they just didn’t seem as genuine and straightforward as most of the boys I knew. I’ve even had a lot of jobs where I was the only female yet felt quite comfortable, such as roofing and when I worked for a golf course.
I actually felt more like a boy than a girl, in many ways, for many years. But, the thought of changing my sex never crossed my mind. Plus, it turns out that at least some of what I was feeling in my body and mind was a direct result of the trauma I experienced in various ways growing up, as well as the lack of nurturing. Now that I have worked through much of that, I feel totally different about myself. It’s like I’ve integrated my male and female sides, and they can now act as one. I’ve never been interested in women sexually, and have finally found happiness in love, with a man who, although having had a career in the military, seems to have reconciled and integrated both aspects of his psyche as well. We get along very well.
I am now very comfortable in my body. I still tend to get along better with women who are very independent. I also realized that some of my attitudes, again, were the result of past experiences, so when I see really dependent women who don’t seem to have a mind of their own, it used to almost upset me. Now I know that it is because I had to be very independent, and learned very early on to rely on myself. You could say, on a deeper level, I perhaps resented them for having something I did not. Of course, I don’t feel that way anymore. But if I had not learned to deeply self reflect, I might still be conflicted.
If I was now a child growing up in the “system”, I would probably have been a good candidate for their new program of making children, all children, think they can choose what sex they want to be. And I would probably have grown up very confused about who I am, and would not be where I am today. It would not have been the right solution for me.
On the other hand, I do have relatives and a few friends that are either homosexual, or bi-sexual. I don’t personally know any transgender people, as far as I know. And it’s never bothered me, nor have I felt in any way that they are any different than myself, other than their sexual orientation. My one friend who seemed angry that her husband was secretly having a sexual relationship with another man, while she was bi-sexual herself, I thought was a bit odd. Like, how come it was ok for her, and not for him. But I digress.
I don’t think discrimination, downright meanness, and exclusion was ever ok, and this goes for many things. Unfortunately extremism is on the rise, world wide. I do think much of it is being artificially created. You’ve got people who are still rabid about all gays. And you’ve got people who think anything goes, even to the point of exploiting our children, and trying to claim pedophilia is just another sexual orientation. And this extremism carries over into many other areas, from climate change, to politics, to religion, to even diet. I’ve had friends on the one hand proudly claim they are meat eaters, look at pigs and cows as if they live only for their benefit, and don’t give a second thought to how they were raised or slaughtered. They poke fun at the wacko vegetarians and vegans, as if there is something seriously wrong with them. Then there are the vegans who want to tear into me because I raise goats for their milk, and almost go off the deep end when someone tries to defend their right to chose what they eat and put in their bodies. For some, there is no middle ground.
And because I raise farm animals I have a rather unique perspective. You see, in the animal kingdom, and even in the world of man, when left alone there will always be a certain percentage who are different, in some way. Last year I had my first encounter with having a hermaphrodite goat. Under normal conditions there will only be a small percentage who are born with these differences, and generally nature can accommodate that. But when we tinker with nature, something else entirely can happen. It turns out that my buck, Raven, who is polled (purposefully bred to not have horns, and up to half his offspring will likewise have no horns) due to the genetic tinkering it took to make him that way, has a higher chance of producing hermaphrodite offspring. This is actually not a good thing. And I didn’t know this until I did a bit of research.
And I believe what they are doing today is a form of genetic tinkering. There is some evidence that all the many things we are having to adapt to in our current age, such as what they are spraying on us in the skies, the glyphosate they are spraying on our food, the genetic tinkering with the seeds that we use to grow that food, even the vaccines and that handy little hand sanitizer that’s so popular now (and even those damn dryer sheets!) are all endocrine disrupters. They will, as a result, upset the natural order of things. In tandem with this, they (the ginormous entity designed to increase profits for some at the expense of the rest) is poised and acting quickly to cash in on this. And you can believe they know all about it, at the top of the unseen pyramid of control.
So I don’t think what is happening is natural at all. How did we go from: it’s not okay to discriminate and engage in shaming or harmful acts against those with a different sexual orientation, to: we must teach our very young children (who were deemed too young to be even introduced to these kind of choices and topics just a very short time ago) how to masturbate, have anal sex, and choose what sex they want to be, as well as having transgender people do story time for these children to help make it more socially acceptable?
It will make a ton of money for the medical industry though. And it will leave a wake of very confused and conflicted people who will need lifelong counseling too. Sure, there are some who, as adults, made the decision to use medical procedures and legally change their sex, and perhaps some of them are now living happier more fulfilled lives. I don’t have the numbers, but I bet they are actually the minority. And I have no problem with those who choose to do so, as adults! Not as grade school age children. Yes, maybe we do all need to learn to be more tolerant, about many things. But this forcing of sudden and drastic change to the very fabric of society does not bode well in my book. We came here, as physically embodied spiritual beings, who may not in actually be any sex at all, to experience what it means to be male and female.
Not to mention, what real purpose does this serve? Are we each here just for ourselves, and our own personal gratification, even if it is at the expense of others? How in any way does this help society or benefit the larger collective, and quality of life for all on this planet? It seems all so very dysfunctional to me, and not really benefitting anyone, except those who wish to herd us all into some kind of bizarre future that is actually only going to imprison us more, and make us collectively more incapable of throwing off this yoke of oppression I see growing quickly before my very eyes. Yes, just like all the pointing I do at the chemtrails making criss cross patterns in our skies, creating artificial cloud cover, I will not stand idly by and keep my mouth shut. Whether right or wrong, I do still have the right, for now, to say what I think. It’s not a done deal, and I know I’m not the only one who is appalled by what I see happening to all of us. Time will tell, I guess, time will tell....
Personally, every cell of my body wants to PROTECT OUR CHILDREN!!!
I won’t copy and paste the following article but will leave the link here. It really is reaching the stage of outright craziness.
Parents Filed Lawsuit Against School After 6-Year-Old Daughter Was Taught that "There’s No Such Thing As Boys And Girls”http://humansarefree.com/2019/11/parent ... chool.html