More transgender nonsense

..under the DDA?
It's covered from various ways. The end choice is the service user and I have seen instances where the worker is perfect for the role and nice enough but the service user "just does not like them". The applicant can try and sue all they like, if you are not liked you are not liked.
I get on well enough with a wide range of service users but some don't like me, personally I don't like them so someone else works with them. It's life.
There is a guy from Scotland that has issues should we say but goes for jobs he is not suited for then trys to sue. I think currently he is listed as a serial plantiff and now f*cked off to high port by various legal channels.
boy that cried wolf and al that.
 
When Transgender, Transsexual, and Gender Neutral meet.

So, according to the 'progressives', aka, the PC Brigade, a person who has had the surgery has the right to be called Ms, Mrs, or Mister. A Transsexual also has the right to be called Ms, Mrs, or Mister, but the progressives are demanding that the terms, he, she, Miss, Mister, and Master, be dropped for our own sons and daughters at school and at home, and gender neutral clothing to be worn.

So, whereas Heterosexuals should be called 'It', you can one day standby for a lawsuit or handcuffs for describing a Transsexual or a Transgender in the same fashion.

What a brave new world the Left has planned.


We are truly approaching the tilt point.
 
F ucking hell, are we still luridly fascinated by Trans, 64 pages later? Look, on the upside you get to wear a dress, and you have wigs too. That means half you c unts will have hair again, what's not to like?
 
Quite an interesting debate on today's 'Any Questions?' (and subsequent 'Any Answers?') on BBC R4. Much talk of 'safe spaces', gender-defined facilities etc.

The arguments very much illustrate the dilemma of developing competing 'rights' interests. This is especially apparent in the current conflict between the feminists lobby and the trans lobby. It seems that many (most?) feminists cannot accept male to female trans as properly female. If the conflicting 'rights' claims cannot be balanced, then who out-trumps who?

It has come to the stage when one lobby group who perceive that they are exerting their hard-won inalienable 'rights', which being threatened or undermined by the aspirations of the trans lobby. As is common with special interest lobbies, the feminist lobby are now being accused of being 'transphobic'. No doubt it won't be too long before the trans lobby will be accused of 'misogyny'.

Perhaps we really need to redefine 'rights'.

Right?
 

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Quite an interesting debate on today's 'Any Questions?' (and subsequent 'Any Answers?') on BBC R4. Much talk of 'safe spaces', gender-defined facilities etc.
The longdrop is the first place most start. Instead of having the oppressive fascist idea of "male" and "female" dumpers, perhaps all new buildings should have separate ablutions to each of the LGBTTQQIAAPSPQRKKKQPR* etc. identities involved. It shouldn't be a problem as long as each individual group of loonytunes pay for their own bogs.
If they're really that committed, (and many of them should be,) then they'll have no problem in coughing up the funds. It'd also put their own particular mental health problems tender leanings in the public view.

* Apologies to any other letters or foreign alphabets who feel hard done by due to my total disregard of inclusivity.

The arguments very much illustrate the dilemma of developing competing 'rights' interests. This is especially apparent in the current conflict between the feminists lobby and the trans lobby. It seems that many (most?) feminists cannot accept male to female trans as properly female. If the conflicting 'rights' claims cannot be balanced, then who out-trumps who?
Whoever shouts loudest.
Or has enough dosh - often turns out to be the same thing.

It has come to the stage when one lobby group who perceive that they are exerting their hard-won inalienable 'rights', which being threatened or undermined by the aspirations of the trans lobby. As is common with special interest lobbies, the feminist lobby are now being accused of being 'transphobic'. No doubt it won't be too long before the trans lobby will be accused of 'misogyny'.

Perhaps we really need to redefine 'rights'.

Right?
Even though those defining such rules try their best to make things clear, there are always sophists, (who may or may not be sapphists,) who will engage in pedantry over precise words.
There are already several definitions of rights, "inalienable," "legal" and "natural" for example.
Though if the latter applies to some of these groups is debatable.
 
The longdrop is the first place most start. Instead of having the oppressive fascist idea of "male" and "female" dumpers, perhaps all new buildings should have separate ablutions to each of the LGBTTQQIAAPSPQRKKKQPR* etc. identities involved. It shouldn't be a problem as long as each individual group of loonytunes pay for their own bogs.
Nice idea! This will also help with the unemployment statistics, as they'll need an army of cleaning ladies persons, to keep all those bogs clean.
 
No doubt it won't be too long before the trans lobby will be accused of 'misogyny'.
I think you will find that Andrea Dworkin coined the term 'Undercover Rapists' way back in the early 90s, but that was quite mild compared to what she had to say about the male gender.
 
If you go to a large event in the future, at least you'll be able to self identify that you're "gender fluid" and join the shortest queue for the toilets, if that's the one for the opposite sex. Once the deed is done, you can re-identify and go back to normal. Win/win.
 

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