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Wow! Redhester, I’m going to have trouble adding anything to that, but when I initially read the blog I basically came up with a list of words, and these apply to everyone, whichever side of the fence they sit.

Tolerance (of others)

Patience

Compassion

Not jumping to conclusions ie listening without prejudging

Being open to change your opinion. This is possibly the hardest thing for any of us to do.

Respect – this is a 2 way street. How can anyone expect to be respected, if they don’t respect others.

Be a positive example to others.

Obviously, someone has to take the moral high ground on this one, and if we say “I’ll do this, but you have to do this first” isn’t the way to do it.

I’m sure there’s something I’ve missed out, but I can’t think of anything else right now.

GenderTrender

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ALL comments to this post (except pornography, threats of violence, doxxing) will be approved. The intended topic of discussion is:

 

What would it take to resolve the great divide between the practice of genderism (“Transgender”) and the liberation of women (“Feminism”) ?

 

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GenderTrender Unmoderated

Wow! Redhester, I’m going to have trouble adding anything to that, but when I initially read the blog I basically came up with a list of words, and these apply to everyone, whichever side of the fence they sit.

Tolerance (of others)

Patience

Compassion

Not jumping to conclusions ie listening without prejudging

Being open to change your opinion. This is possibly the hardest thing for any of us to do.

Respect – this is a 2 way street. How can anyone expect to be respected, if they don’t respect others.

Be a positive example to others.

Obviously, someone has to take the moral high ground on this one, and if we say “I’ll do this, but you have to do this first” isn’t the way to do it.

I’m sure there’s something I’ve missed out, but I can’t think of anything else right now.

GenderTrender

test

 

ALL comments to this post (except pornography, threats of violence, doxxing) will be approved. The intended topic of discussion is:

 

What would it take to resolve the great divide between the practice of genderism (“Transgender”) and the liberation of women (“Feminism”) ?

 

Go.

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An open letter to Cathy Brennan

An open letter to Cathy Brennan

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Why I want to be a Disney Princess

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Passing compliments

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Dumb Ass Comment of the Week Award Winner: Third Arm Edition

I get that you don’t think trans surgeries should happen. What I don’t get, is why you seem to be against (as a lot of Americans seem to be ), against an NHS style healthcare system. You pay taxes for an army to protect you, a fire service to put out fires, and police to arrest bad guys, but when it comes to the most important thing, your health, you’d rather have a private health care system. This means that some simply can’t afford it (without going into the reasons why as no doubt there will be all kinds of reasons, legitimate and otherwise ). Yes, if you want cosmetic surgery to “look better”, I get that that’s not medically necessary. If you’ve been in an accident though, it could be considered so.

We treasure the NHS in the UK, even for all it’s faults, so in just can’t get my head around not having something like it.

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Submitted on 2013/09/25 at 10:57 pm

There are a lot of misinformed people here. Why should it be OK that the taxes I have taken out of my paychecks be used to provide coverage if you need Gastric Bypass Surgery because you were overeating and gained way to much weight to lose without some form of surgical intervention? Or if you needed a facial reconstruction do to an accident or something? Taxpayer money is what is paying for Obamacare.

What if you had a child that was born in the wrong body or had a child born with both sets of genitals? I bet you would be changing your tune in a heartbeat.

Sex Reassignment Surgery is not experimental, they have been doing it for at least 60 years. It isn’t cosmetic because it involves internal surgery and tissue and can’t be seen by the general public like a facelift…

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My faith in humanity restored

My faith in humanity has been restored! Halleluiah! Not by the video, but by the majority of the commenters essentially telling this bigoted old bastard to go suck a dick.

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