“Treat it not feed it”? Is that the way you feel about gay people as well?
From my point of view, I don’t care if someone is trans, gay, bi or think they are a dog.
Lori Gunnell
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Whoa there…now who said that? Not me. You are making an assumption of my attitude towards gays without cause because apparently you associate trans and gays together even in your very first sentence.

Frankly, I don’t understand why the progressive left likes to lump transgendered individuals into the greater “gay” bucket in the first place. One doesn’t have a damn thing to do with the other. Gays don’t deny their biology reality, they embrace it. They are living in the objective reality, not a subjective one.

My understanding from gay friends that I have is their attraction to the same sex has nothing to do with them secretly wishing or feeling like they are a member of the opposite sex. They are and celebrate the biological gender that they are…and have preference and desire for sexuality to their same sex. Honestly I think many gay people would be insulted if someone conflated their sexual preference as some sort of trans-lite or unrecognized transgenderism as you seem to be suggesting here by your association of the two.

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