‘Laverne Cox Is Not a Woman’ Says National Review…

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While the LGBT continues to consume itself in infighting and language policing, Real hate is at work on the outside watching the tensions rise with hopes for real weakness and retreat. We have always been stronger, bolder and irrepressible in our resolve. In a recent article posted to the National Review, and by far one of the most blatant outbursts of transphobia I have ever read published to a major media outlet, writer Kevin D. Williamson attacks the Trans community and Laverne Cox in particular in his misguided and vicious diatribe. Please comment and share. The hate around us is real and unity is most important.

Williamson writes:

Regardless of the question of whether he has had his genitals amputated, Cox is not a woman, but an effigy of a woman. Sex is a biological reality, and it is not subordinate to subjective impressions, no matter how intense those impressions are, how sincerely they are held, or how painful they make facing the biological facts of life. No hormone injection or surgical mutilation is sufficient to change that.

Genital amputation and mutilation is the extreme expression of the phenomenon, but it is hardly outside the mainstream of contemporary medical practice. The trans self-conception, if the autobiographical literature is any guide, is partly a feeling that one should be living one’s life as a member of the opposite sex and partly a delusion that one is in fact a member of the opposite sex at some level of reality that transcends the biological facts in question. There are many possible therapeutic responses to that condition, but the offer to amputate healthy organs in the service of a delusional tendency is the moral equivalent of meeting a man who believes he is Jesus and inquiring as to whether his insurance plan covers crucifixion.

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