1. MaryM says

    I understand the tranny arguement that gender is a mental thing, and that tranny males identify as women.

    But biological sex is immutable. Laverne Cox remains a biological male for example despite his massive surgeries.

    Why are so many trannies demanding that such dangerous and unnecessary surgery be funded by Medicare?

    Surely if gender is only a construct then it would not matter that Laverne Cox kept his penis?

  2. MaryM says

    Stop dodging the issue Kenneth.

    If (as trannies say) gender is only a mental construct then why do they demand funding to surgically mutilate themselves?

    If gender is only a construct then it does not matter that they have a penis.

  3. Hansel Currywurst says

    Ooooh, MARYM got ahold of the word “construct” somehow and now tries to use it to show she got smarts. Teach at us, MARYM!

  4. Thedrdonna says

    Sex reassignment a have been performed for over fifty years now, only anti-trans zealots call them “dangerous” or describe them as mutilation. But that’s not exactly telling anyone anything new here, is it?

  5. apex says

    Because our healthcare system is flush with funding and can afford this! This does not seem to be a good use of public funds. In my mind, I’m a man with a 10″ penis. But in the flesh, I’m not. I feel like a man with a full head of hair stuck in a man’s body with a widow’s peak. Let’s get the government to pay for it all. People should be entitled to these procedures if they want them. But they should not be funded by the public.

  6. Terrence Hull says

    I guaranty that some trans activists will be “hurt” and “offended” by some word, phrase, facial expression or graphic used in this bit. You see, outrage is what they do. They have very little else to look forward to in life.

    These are damaged, angry, hateful people. That anger comes out in all sorts of ways and can be seen in the incredibly high trans crime rate and suicide rate. Many are virulently homophobic and they take great pleasure in using LGBs for their own ends.

  7. Thedrdonna says

    @Hanni, if they get a doctor’s prescription, and the surgeons follow established procedure, then yes. But even if I didn’t, it does matter: do you support our tax monies going toward vouchers for schools? What about paying for more military hardware even though the army says they don’t need it? Or government bailouts of ailing banks? You don’t get to pick-and-choose what your tax monies pay for, and neither do I. Welcome to America.

  8. Hansel Currywurst says

    @MaryM – Let me “deconstruct” it for you. For many, gender is what’s between their legs. For others, it’s what’s between their ears. For most, it’s a complex combination and may include other factors.

    You can’t deal with complexity. We all get that.

  9. JB says


    “If gender is only a social construct then why do trannies require expensive and dangerous surgery to remove healthy body parts?”

    “Gender” is described as a social construct, and often described as “performative”–for example, when you say “I promise,” your utterance IS the thing you are doing. Gender, as a social construct, often means that someone changes how they act, look, or present themselves in order to conform to that construct–or even to be intelligible as a person. In some ways, this is cosmetic; gender is performative and constructed through social mores like ‘blue for boys, pink for girls, dolls for girls, guns for boys.’ In some instances, this could require physical corrective surgery: if a woman has a mastectomy, and “feels” like half a woman afterward, she can seek corrective surgery to try to repair the parts of her she feels are injured.

    The differences you may be thinking of between surgery meant to “restore” a breast of a mastectomy patient and surgery that “mutilates” is a demonstration of gender as a social construct; both are in fact restorative surgeries.

  10. Hanni says

    Gee, DrDonna, you seem really uncertain about your fellow transfolk! Neutrois are transgender. You are part and parcel of a group of castration-seekers.

    But instead of standing with your neutrois comrades, you say “if they get a doctor’s prescription” you would support it. First of all, moron, doctors don’t write prescriptions for surgery. Second, your response craftily avoids saying whether you think that castration surgery should be available to make neutrois happy.

    As for taxes, of course we can pick and choose where our tax money goes. We make that decision collectively. as citizens. When collective pressure is brought to bear, funding for any program can be increased, reduced, or eliminated. There is no exemption from the democratic process for for tranny body carving procedures. Trannies may think themselves special snowflakes who are entitled to burden Medicare with their demands for butt implants, but access to gel packs to satisfy your body mod fetish is not a constitutional right and so everyone gets a say.

  11. DB says

    This has nothing in any way, shape, or form to do with gay people, gay civil rights, or sexual orientation. This is related to gender identity issues – unlike the stereotypes of homophobes, gay people do not gender identity issues. No story on transgender people should ever be on gay website.

  12. Tyler says

    The overlord DB has spoken. He has decreed that the website of others should only focus on the topic he likes/cares about. How dare the site-runners post whatever they want. Don’t they know transphobic troll DB does not approve!?

  13. Tyler says

    Hanni, don’t waste your breath on “TheDrDonna.” Someone doxed her on another site recently. Guess what? She isn’t even a tranny, although she is every bit as ugly as one.

  14. Thedrdonna says

    Hahaha ever the liar, Tyler2. Care to post any proof, whatsoever? Maybe my initials? The first three letters of my street name? You’ve got nothing but lies.

  15. Tyler says

    Tyler2, aka Rick: you can’t follow my anti-transphobia posts with transphobic posts under the same name. It doesn’t make any sense. After years of trolling this site, have you finally run out of ideas?

  16. apex says


    Many gay men and women have issues with the “T” being included in LGB efforts. While the rights of gays and lesbians are very clear, there is a host of additional issues and intricacies facing transexuals. I’m not saying they don’t need to be addressed. I support equal rights for everybody, including transexuals. But having things like publicly funded sex changes ride the bandwagon alongside the issues of “gay rights” isn’t a tactic that I support at all.

  17. Tyler says

    Tyler, I am using my name. My real name. Everyone knows that you are Raymond Miller, aka Kiwi. So pick a different sock puppet name for your anti-gay, pro trans thuggery posts.

  18. MaryM says

    Hansel says:

    “For many, gender is what’s between their legs. For others, it’s what’s between their ears. For most, it’s a complex combination and may include other factors”

    If there is no actual definition of what gender is then surely the best way of dealing with trannies is psychiatric counselling to deal with accepting the penis that they hate.

    Surgery is not the answer.

    And why are LGB issues lumped in with tranny issues. Their issues have nothing to do with us.

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