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Let Me Tell You Bout the Birds and the Bees: Why Transgender, Non-Binary People Can’t Find Romance

It took an actual “study” to determine why transgender and non-binary types can’t find mates or romantic partners. But rather than simply consulting the birds and the bees for answers, the study contorted and inversed reality, ignored biology and took a victim-hood approach.

The study was a simple survey of 1,000 people who were given some hypothetical circumstance (such as filling out an online dating app profile), then asked to identify all of the following types of people they would consider as a potential dating partner: a cisgender woman, a cisgender man, a transgender woman, a transgender man, a person with a non-binary gender identification.

Cisgender, adjective, denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their birth sex.

The survey results: 87.5% of participants only checked off the cisgender options and excluded transgender and non-binary individuals from their hypothetical dating pool. Only a very small minority of cisgender, heterosexual individuals (3.1%) were willing to date a trans person.

Instead of asking participants why they responded the way they did, it quickly concluded that the cause was a “cisgender stigma,” and it’s because of this stigma that transgenders/non-binaries are suffering high levels of suicide and depression.

“Cisgender,” by the way, is a brainwashing term conjured up to substitute for normal birds-and-bees (aka natural) folks out there. Since we never permit wackos to frame our language, we will use the term “normal person or normal.” Normal is defined as the standard, or regular pattern around the mean. In gender study cartoon world, normal people show preferences based solely on cultural and social influences.

Naturally we are trying to wrap our heads around the social constraint concept of a castrated person being sexual attractive?

Accordingly, the normal person is labelled with yet another inverted term: “transphobe.” Nature and biology are mere afterthoughts, if that. Little wonder the non-binary lives a confused and difficult life.

“Phobia” is defined as a type of anxiety disorder, defined by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or situation. The affected person goes to great lengths to avoid the situation or object, to a degree greater than the actual danger posed.

The other misused double-speak term is “prejudice,” which is defined as “an unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling, especially when formed without enough thought or knowledge.”

Umh, I wonder. Does the normal person exhibit great fear and prejudice in these sex choice interactions? Is the concept of fear really the driver here? Is it about “danger,” or something else? Is it about insufficient knowledge? Or is there something in the psyche and in the human (and every species) that causes the normal person to get turned on and attracted by something transmitted non-artificially by the opposite sex?

For example, in 1986, Dr. Winifred Cutler, a biologist and behavioral endocrinologist, co-discovered pheromones. Unsuspecting pheromones in your body’s scent are most likely playing a large and very clever role in mate attraction. According to an article in “Psychology Today,” whether body odors are perceived as pleasant and sexy to another person is a highly selective process. We usually smell best to a person whose genetically based immunity to disease differs most from our own. Thus the birds and the bees theory is over the target. It has something to do with reproducing good offspring, not fear or lack of knowledge. Whodathunk?

Transgenders put themselves into a position of being a sterile gender. Offspring isn’t even in the equation. To push the non-binary narrative, the Crime Syndicate needs to run non-stop campaigns to implant the concept of not reproducing. Secondly, males with the ability to reproduce good offspring in particular are painted as unattractive, and sterile partners as desirable. That’s why a music video from someone like Miley Cyrus is such a freak show.


Miley Cyrus’ Psychological Warfare Operation


But beyond mere pop culture induced experimentation, the Controllers are going up against tens of thousands of years of nature. Can a normal person ever really get turned on and aroused by sterile non-binaries and trannies?

We offer another theory about the nasty victimization stance employed in this transphobe narrative. Any push back — or what the Crime Syndicate calls “hate” — is a consequence of being smeared for “refusing” to unnaturally mate or date this group.

Being polite to transgenders wears thin when intimidation tactics are used. Are we supposed to respond positively to guilt tripping and gaslighting? The same thing happens in normal partnering relationships. Someone who uses pressuring and manipulative tactics in the normal community is generally considered a jerk. Unless they have powerful pheromones, persuasion skills or big bucks and power, jerks by and large have a tougher time getting laid.

So, to summarize, the transgender/non-binary movement needs to shoulder some responsibility in order to overcome a multitude of real challenges that comes with living in the non-cartoon world of the birds and the bees. Three big challenges:

1. Nature. They lack the right pheromones and sex characteristics. They are sterile and reproduction is still a powerful instinct.

2. Personality. The movement employs the guilt-trip shaming tactics of jerks.

3. Depression: Ultimately, a negative feedback loop develops, as they suffer from self-inflicted depression. What healthy normal person is attracted to depressed, suicidal partners (aka a mess)?

4 Comments on Let Me Tell You Bout the Birds and the Bees: Why Transgender, Non-Binary People Can’t Find Romance

  1. This household confesses cluelessness as to how queer things are becoming in this world. We are glad for Winter Watch. Not that we relish hearing about deviates behavior. But glad to be informed by voices who refuse compromise with perversion.

  2. These thought processes are the manifestation of decades of intellectual challenges brought by Marx, Darwin and Freud, into academia. To be fair, it may have started with Herbert Spencer, who took Darwin’s work to its “natural” end. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Spencer

    Once “Nature” was shoved out of the way, the abnormal became liberated

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