Straight Men Must Date “Trans Women” to Combat Hate, Say Activists
In social posts that are being widely shared in social media, the “Trans Rights Campaign” is demanding that heterosexual men date “trans women” (read that: men pretending to be women) in order to fight “hatred” and “bigotry.”
The social media memes have been put out by the Trans Rights Campaign, which is a division of the Human Rights Campaign.
The meme says that “98% of straight men are unwilling to date trans women because of hatred.”
How the figure for “hatred” was determined, we are unaware. There are other possible reasons including, but not limited to:
1. “Trans Women” are men, and straight men don’t want to date men.
2. It’s gross.
There are probably other reasons that could factor into the 98% figure that are not listed above, but that’s probably the bulk of it.
Imagine where we have come from in the last ten or so years. We have gone from, “You have to respect the rights of people with gender dysphoria to live in their delusion without your judgment” to “you have to date them.”
You see, just because everyone else lets the gender-dysphoric live in a fantasy world doesn’t mean that we—as heterosexual people of faith—have to play along in their pretend playland where they are a different gender than what reality says they are. As those with properly-oriented gender identities and sexual orientations, we cannot possibly hold down our lunch long enough—let alone suppress our conscience long enough—to “date” a member of the same sex just because they put on lipstick and a wig or, God forbid, went so far as to emasculate or mutilate their body.
By the way, the statistic was probably pulled from 2018 research presented in this study (Warning: you’ll see homosexual PDA if you click that) which showed that only a tiny proportion of straight men or women would date “trans” people.
However, that same study showed that only 11.5% of gay men would consider dating a “trans” person. By this logic, roughly 89% of gay men are also hateful bigots.
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