The actions (ie to act or dress like a female when one is clearly and scientifically a male) are a…
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OK — so not only do you consider sexual orientation and gender identity a choice, but now you consider it to be “special rights” just to grant equal rights.

Oh, and, “I do not think that their choices should impose upon or require participation or acceptance by other free individuals.” — you do realize this was the argument made by white racists on the subject of whether or not they should have to share public restrooms with black people, don’t you?

I was right about you the first time.

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