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Offline Granny

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Re: LGBTQ Culture
« Reply #30 on: December 03, 2019, 11:56:44 am »
Posting this with no particular personal perspective, just as another discussion on the topic.

I agree that trans people should not be reduced to their genitals, that are generally no one's business except themselves, their doctors and their sexual partners.
On the issue of sexual partners, I agree with kimmy: one is attracted to who they are attracted too. Trying to bully people into being attracted to you has never been an attractive strategy: Quite the opposite. So on the latter point, I agree with kimmy that one has a right to choose sexual partners they are attracted to.

It's never pleasant when you turn someone down and they whine and complain and badmouth you, but it happens. It makes them even less attractive, not moreso. Sex is not a 'right', it's a mutual choice.
You can walk away and ignore, but unfortunately,  you can't stop them from whining.