Stop Confusing The Children
Take a look at the image above, and tell me if it makes sense.
First off, how many of you know of men having periods? I’ve seen a guy get hit with a baseball in the nuts and start pissing blood, but I’ve never seen a man menstruate.
Maybe I’m just not “woke”, but for the life of me I can’t recall one instance in my entire life where a man started bleeding out of HIS vagina. Oh, that’s because it’s simply not possible due to the fact that men don’t have vaginas to bleed out of.
Rather than telling people with mental disorders (like the person pictured at the top) they need help, many in society would rather allow them to play pretend. While I’m all for “live and let live”, it becomes dangerous when this type of thing is accepted, and normalized.
As adults, we understand that this is stupid. Boys don’t get periods, period. End of story. However, children (particularly young children) who haven’t been taught about the human body are prone to be confused by this type of thing. That’s not right. Actually, I’d argue that it’s contributing to a dumbing-down of society as a whole.
If I start parading around in a dog suit, and saying I’m a dog, will people believe me? I hope not, but these days who knows? It seems that rather than calling a spade a spade folks would rather let others live in make-believe land.
Who is this helping? Short answer: nobody. Nobody benefits from letting people pretend life works in ways that it doesn’t. If you have a vagina, you’re a woman. If you have a penis, you’re a man.
“What about people born with both?” Okay, sure. For the tiny percentage of people this applies to, it’s different, but that doesn’t mean the rest of society has to pretend this isn’t anything more than an abnormality.
Kids shouldn’t be confused over issues of sex and gender. These are things that should be squared away within the first couple years of life. Sadly, we have a lot of people willing to perpetuate the idiotic notion that we are capable of choosing our genders. We aren’t.
Stop confusing kids with this nonsense. If you want to play pretend, that’s fine, but don’t try and make it seem “normal”. It’s not, and you need to get help before you hurt yourself.