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Re: Gender Culture
« Reply #120 on: July 26, 2017, 10:20:58 pm »
Here is an example of butt sore conservative snowflake policy affecting people:  https://twitter.com/saundramitchell/status/890219554705735681


Rather than sucking it up and treating queer people like humans gotta discharge them as "mentally unfit."

Heaven forbid if a homophobic conservative turd had to share the same trench as a queer....  ::)
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Re: Gender Culture
« Reply #121 on: July 27, 2017, 08:35:59 am »
The irony over not allowing trans people into the US military is we are supposed to fear being alone with one in a bathroom.

But I guess not all wars are fought in bathrooms!
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Re: Gender Culture
« Reply #122 on: July 27, 2017, 11:28:48 am »
The irony over not allowing trans people into the US military is we are supposed to fear being alone with one in a bathroom.

But I guess not all wars are fought in bathrooms!

No, this is an urban-rural war. Trump (most definitely not and never a conservative) is throwing some meat to his rural base of support. It's not something everyone even who calls themselves a conservative in the US wanted.

Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo said Wednesday that “the president’s statement this morning does a disservice to transgender military personnel,”

And from bible thumping Orrin Hatch of Utah, came the following twitter reply to Trump:

"I don't think we should be discriminating against anyone. Transgender people are people, and deserve the best we can do for them. I look forward to getting much more information and clarity from our military about the policy the president tweeted today."

And Republican Sen. Joni Ernst, from Iowa,  told the Des Moines Register that she disagrees with the military ban and says anyone who's qualified should be allowed to serve.