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Thread: Worlds first "non binary" baby?

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    the main issue is baby,it's health and welfare is the top priority the effect of the child being classed a dead thing is problematic yet alone being parented by a person with severe Mental issues. another issue it that this Kori Doty was born a man where is the mother of this child?. It is known that Mental health problems within Family's can have severe repercussions to children over time the impact is dreadful and can be life threatening. but know one seem a bit concerned..
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    Very good piece here by Melanie Phillips.
    The deconstruction of humanity
    If I was to tell you it feels like Saturday today, so it must be Saturday, would you tell me it's Friday?
    If I persisted telling you it is Saturday every day of the week, would you allow me that, or would you think there's something wrong and I need to see a psychologist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patman Post View Post
    What's wrong with addressing people by how they present themselves? Admittedly, I feel disconcerted by being confronted by aggressively gay people when it has nothing to do with the situation I'm in. Same is true for confrontational feminists when the situation is neutral and non-gender. But in normal interaction in daily life, I address people as people. Seems to work...
    Because i do not have time to learn new pronouns every year and all the dozens of genders they have invented in the past decade, and i will not allow anyone to force me to use or not such this or that word. I say whatever i want, whenever i want. If anyone confronts me about it i tell them to **** off, and it seems to work aswell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benacus View Post
    Because i do not have time to learn new pronouns every year and all the dozens of genders they have invented in the past decade, and i will not allow anyone to force me to use or not such this or that word. I say whatever i want, whenever i want. If anyone confronts me about it i tell them to **** off, and it seems to work aswell.
    Using “he”, “she” or “they” seems to cover all circumstances as far as I am concerned. I reckon the same three words can also be used to insult and offend if that what’s intended...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benacus View Post
    Because i do not have time to learn new pronouns every year and all the dozens of genders they have invented in the past decade, and i will not allow anyone to force me to use or not such this or that word. I say whatever i want, whenever i want. If anyone confronts me about it i tell them to **** off, and it seems to work aswell.
    By all means say what you want, but remember that works both ways and you can't stop other people saying what they want even if you don't like it.
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