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Taxslave2

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No, "it was wrong for them, so it's right for us" is mentally and morally retarded.

You're either saying that, or you're saying "might is the only right." Which is it?
I’m saying history indicates that blacks were not the only slaves. Almost all cultures through the ages had slaves, so to say that blacks were the only disenfranchised group is denying history.
 

Tecumsehsbones

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I’m saying history indicates that blacks were not the only slaves. Almost all cultures through the ages had slaves, so to say that blacks were the only disenfranchised group is denying history.
And who is saying that? Got a quote?

Or is this yet another case of "Make something up, claim themmuns say it, and whine about how hard-done-by usuns are?"
 

Serryah

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Ever hear of google? I know history is not a big thing in the US, but you could try reading a history book or two.

Since you obviously didn't get it the first time...


I’m saying history indicates that blacks were not the only slaves. Almost all cultures through the ages had slaves, so to say that blacks were the only disenfranchised group is denying history.
And who is saying that? Got a quote?

There, helped you out so you'd get what TB is ACTUALLY pointing out, that your claim that people say blacks are the only disenfranchised group is what he was questioning by asking for a quote/proof.

So... you got proof people are saying that?

Or was all this just you being ignorant on purpose?
 
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Taxslave2

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Since you obviously didn't get it the first time...





There, helped you out so you'd get what TB is ACTUALLY pointing out, that your claim that people say blacks are the only disenfranchised group is what he was questioning by asking for a quote/proof.

So... you got proof people are saying that?

Or was all this just you being ignorant on purpose?
Wow, did you ever get that wrong. I correctly pointed out that many cultures throughout history had slaves. Do try and gain some comprehension skills.
 

Serryah

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Wow, did you ever get that wrong. I correctly pointed out that many cultures throughout history had slaves. Do try and gain some comprehension skills.

Yes, unlike you, I read that part.

But YOU missed your own post - again, YOU posted "so to say that blacks were the only disenfranchised group is denying history."

TB was just asking where people are saying that and if you had a quote to such.

But of course instead of answering, you COMPLETELY flew past his point and went right into "You're denying facts!"

Understand now where you got... mixed up?

So, again, where is your proof people are saying this? Have you quotes?
 

Dixie Cup

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"A Finnish professor named Riittakerttu Kaltiala recently advised Finland's government not to lower the age to change one's gender below the age of 18. Kaltiala, says that the vast majority of children, who likely suffer from other mental health issues, will grow out of their gender confusion by adulthood.

Finnish outlet Helsingen Sonomat recently interviewed Kaltiala, professor of youth psychology at Tampere University, who said that for children "the construction of identity is just underway and the final outcome of the development is not known, not even for the young person."

Kaltiala has studied gender ideology since 2011, even meeting the vast majority of patients that are admitted to another clinic in Helsinki. According to the professor, four out of five children who identify as the opposite sex will grow out of it.

As well, three out of four patients also have serious mental health problems, according to the professor. Learning difficulties, developmental problems, and issues of child protection contribute to the issue."

Additionally, Kaltiala says that the idea that transgender youth should have hormone treatment and gender confirmation as a means to prevent self-harm is a myth.

"It's purposeful disinformation, the spreading of which is irresponsible," says Kaltiala, adding that suicidal behavior is a result of accompanying psychiatric disorders.

I agree wholeheartedly!
 

pgs

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"A Finnish professor named Riittakerttu Kaltiala recently advised Finland's government not to lower the age to change one's gender below the age of 18. Kaltiala, says that the vast majority of children, who likely suffer from other mental health issues, will grow out of their gender confusion by adulthood.

Finnish outlet Helsingen Sonomat recently interviewed Kaltiala, professor of youth psychology at Tampere University, who said that for children "the construction of identity is just underway and the final outcome of the development is not known, not even for the young person."

Kaltiala has studied gender ideology since 2011, even meeting the vast majority of patients that are admitted to another clinic in Helsinki. According to the professor, four out of five children who identify as the opposite sex will grow out of it.

As well, three out of four patients also have serious mental health problems, according to the professor. Learning difficulties, developmental problems, and issues of child protection contribute to the issue."

Additionally, Kaltiala says that the idea that transgender youth should have hormone treatment and gender confirmation as a means to prevent self-harm is a myth.

"It's purposeful disinformation, the spreading of which is irresponsible," says Kaltiala, adding that suicidal behavior is a result of accompanying psychiatric disorders.

I agree wholeheartedly!
Troglodyte /s
 

Serryah

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"A Finnish professor named Riittakerttu Kaltiala recently advised Finland's government not to lower the age to change one's gender below the age of 18. Kaltiala, says that the vast majority of children, who likely suffer from other mental health issues, will grow out of their gender confusion by adulthood.

Finnish outlet Helsingen Sonomat recently interviewed Kaltiala, professor of youth psychology at Tampere University, who said that for children "the construction of identity is just underway and the final outcome of the development is not known, not even for the young person."

Kaltiala has studied gender ideology since 2011, even meeting the vast majority of patients that are admitted to another clinic in Helsinki. According to the professor, four out of five children who identify as the opposite sex will grow out of it.

As well, three out of four patients also have serious mental health problems, according to the professor. Learning difficulties, developmental problems, and issues of child protection contribute to the issue."

Additionally, Kaltiala says that the idea that transgender youth should have hormone treatment and gender confirmation as a means to prevent self-harm is a myth.

"It's purposeful disinformation, the spreading of which is irresponsible," says Kaltiala, adding that suicidal behavior is a result of accompanying psychiatric disorders.

I agree wholeheartedly!

Well, she certainly falls into her own trap then. Why HER study should matter but other studies that say the opposite don't...
 

Serryah

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I think it's OK as long as they keep your original junk, in case you change your mind.

TBH I wish more Trans people could be more open and honest about their transition, and just 'what kind', because there are several types. The assumption that all Trans people "Get rid of" their stuff isn't anywhere near truth.
 

pgs

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TBH I wish more Trans people could be more open and honest about their transition, and just 'what kind', because there are several types. The assumption that all Trans people "Get rid of" their stuff isn't anywhere near truth.
And humour is lost on you , as usual .
 

petros

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And humour is lost on you , as usual .
This isnt funny...


Cakegender is a gastrogender that is related to cake which is soft and fluffy like cake. It can also be sweet or warm. Cakegender can also come in different "flavors" which could change how the gender feels. One could also feel as if one's gender tastes like cake. One who is cakegender may also feel their gender, or "flavors", are layered, similar to a layered cake.
 

spaminator

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Oakville teacher with artificial Z-cup endowment and wig is back
A photo of Kayla Lemieux was taken in the hallway of the school where it all started


Author of the article:Joe Warmington
Published Feb 08, 2023 • 2 minute read

It was the first sighting of the infamous shop teacher inside a high school in 2023.


The controversial transgender teacher is once again bouncing up and down the hallways of Oakville Trafalgar High School after months of being hampered with an injured foot.


The last time the students saw the teacher who identifies as a female and appears in a blonde wig and dons prosthetic Z-sized breasts, Kayla Lemieux was sporting a plastic boot cast following an unknown mishap.

While there was extensive media coverage of Lemieux with the famous attire participating in a sky diving adventure, people on hand said there was no injury noticed or reported.


But in the weeks that followed, the shop teacher was photographed hobbling along in the hallway of a different Halton District School Board high school in light of the fact it was determined there may be some safety concerns in the usual industrial arts class.

But this week Lemieux is back in the school, although it’s unclear if the teacher is back in the shop class or on other duties. When asked, a school board spokesman said, “We cannot provide information on personnel matters.” Students and staff, parents claim, have been told it is forbidden to photograph Lemieux.


However, just like the time a picture was taken of a student appearing to be vaping next to Lemieux, somebody did snap a frame of the teacher this week in the hallway. The board has yet to comment.



This new photograph comes just shy of next week’s board meeting where director of education Curtis Ennis has been asked to provide a “professional standards dress policy” for the board. Ennis, following the directive, wrote the “HDSB’s commitment to human rights remains rooted in our core values and commitment to each and every student and staff who identifies as a member of an undeserved and underrepresented group.”

The policy is to be “developed and presented in a report by March 1,” the board says.

Under the current policy, Lemieux falls into that group and is free to dress and appear in the manner the whole world has seen since September.

And is now — still wearing the wig and prosthetics — back in the school where it all started.

jwarmington@postmedia.com