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LGBT, Homosexuality and Mental Illness | Psychiatry

I’m a male biologically speaking but in the name of absurdity identified as a girl and near the beginning of this sentence and then a boy near the end of the sentence. Why? Because I feel like it’s called gender fluidity. Who are you to tell me I wasn’t a girl at the beginning of that sentence? Did you use scientific knowledge empiricism? That’s nonsense.

If a man biologically male but he genuinely feels like a female, I’m not pretending like it’s perfectly okay to feel one way and actually be another if a short person thought they were tall. They are wrong if a colorblind person thought they can see color. They are also wrong so when a male feels like they are female and it’s pretty clear by all empirical evidence they are male, they are wrong.

Sorry, it’s just a fact you know. We can talk about intersex people. Yes, there are a small number of people who on the surface blur the line between male and female. However, the vast majority of people it’s clear that they are either male or female and if their brain is giving them the idea that there is something they are not, then they have a disorder.

When I say disorder, I mean something that doesn’t follow normal psychological phenomena. For example, the human eye is supposed to see color, if it doesn’t see color then the person has a disorder. The disorder isn’t the fact that they feel uncomfortable or that they can’t function well with society, the disorder is that the eye is doing something that doesn’t follow normal psychological phenomena.

In the case of gender if someone’s brain is wired in the same way a female’s brain is wired there are differences between a female brain and male brain but they are biologically male, then there is a real disconnect how the person’s brain operates and sees the world versus as genetics.

The problem is that his brain is doing something that isn’t biologically in tune with the rest of his body like it’s supposed to. It’s just not the norm for someone genuinely think they are a different gender than they are, it’s a disorder. There is a disconnect between what you are and what you think you are.

Granted you could be one of those people who do this to fit in because it’s trendy that may or may not be a disorder. We will see but for those people who feel uncomfortable genuinely uncomfortable in their own bodies, the body doesn’t match up with their brain, it certainly is a disorder.

Gender identities order has been considered the disorder all the way up until the 1970s when a lot of people began questioning its validity. It’s still contention whether or not the disorder is real in the psychological community.

Probably because they don’t want to hurt people’s feelings or risk marginalizing certain groups of people in society. They want to be politically correct basically but that’s no way to be a psychologist. The current American Psychiatric Association’s definition of the disorder doesn’t follow a consistent standard.

They say the disorder is when something is bothering you functionally speaking and when you can’t function normally in normal society. Not that your own body is doing something that doesn’t follow normal psychological phenomena or is it evolutionary sound.

So to them, a colorblind person has a disorder not because they can’t see the color and that’s what a human eye is supposed to do but because they are inhibited from doing certain things in their life and fully functioning with the rest society.

They say being transgender is perfectly acceptable but they wouldn’t apply this train of logic to other groups of people and accept them like otherkin people, people who think they are animals trapped inside human bodies or trans disable people.

People who think certain body parts like legs or arms aren’t there, so they cut it off. They do this because one is the social norm that’s becoming more popular transgenderism and others are not. This is how they can justify cutting off a person’s penis because the feel like a woman would not cut off a person’s arm because they feel like their arm is a different gender even though the exact same logic follows.

They those group of people as disordered but not transgenders. In the wake of this people have exploited the very concept of gender to the point where gender itself can mean anything you want it to mean. If you think gender is what you identify as and it has no relation to what you genetically are, how could object me to doing this if I genuinely believed in this?

It’s not that you are what you say you are, it’s what empirically are. Gender is not something we cannot deduce or quantify. There’s a reason why people who are trans feel uncomfortable in their own bodies, it’s because of they either external sources society or culture or internal sources gender identity disorder that convinces them they are not the gender that they are born with.

It was only in the 20th century when they attached those words to the state of being. Truthfully, most people wouldn’t have a problem calling someone a girl if they actually didn’t think that they were a girl and that was their state of being but no, there is more to it.

This culture, this transgender culture is taking an extra step by actually thinking they are something that they are not. It’s one thing to call someone a woman who is not a woman but it’s whole no other business when you actually start to think that the person you are calling a woman is a woman in a state of being.

This is why we avoid calling people what they are not because you are risking confusing them. We don’t want people who are not girls to think that there are girls just because we call them that and for those people who genuinely feel like they are a woman but are not.

Then there are many external or internal forces behind their decisions to call themselves are their made-up genders or to call themselves by the incorrect sex. But if the person would object again, why can’t we just let people do what they want and live their own lives.

Why does it even matter? It matters because we are creating a culture where people are not in touch with reality and the truth in general. There are people think their arms and legs are not there, so they remove it. And there are people who think they are animal trapped inside a human body, there are the uncountable amount of genders and pronounce that we have created to be politically correct.

It’s not good to live in a society where you have millions of people who think that this is okay. It doesn’t matter what other people feel, it’s just reality. It matters immensely that people understand who they really are, not what they are fooled into thinking they are.

In short for everything factual about the human-like race, age height, species and so on, if someone was convinced that they were not what they biologically or empirically are, we would consider that a problem and we would not go along with it.

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