The Transgender Paradigm is not “Truth”; it is a Social Movement
Common False Tenets of the “Transgender” Paradig

TRANSSEXUALISM: 20th century examples of needing to be the other sex, left to right: Lili Elbe, Christine Jorgensen, Canary Conn, Reneé Richards, Jan Morris, Jenna Ware. (Some of us continue into the 21st century.)
TRANSGENDERISM: 20th century example: Virginia Prince promoted the need to change gender but not sex, which is the vast majority of all trans persons.
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Popular early 21st century transgender paradigm leaders. Left to right: Janet Mock, Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox, Jenny Boylan.

Note this chart for some below references:

A simplified graph of the paradigm’s conflation of transsexualism and transgenderism. Note: Some people have SRS for secondary reasons.

The transgender social movement is not one social movement that blossomed as more people came out and advocated for themselves. It was two different phenomena, each vying for acceptance as itself, sexually open, the larger one by far changing its message to hide sexuality, incorporating the other whether we agree or not. See Brief History.

The Transgender Paradigm is not “Truth”; it is a Social Movement

Transgender (C) is not “truth” or fact; it is a political stance, a perspective on how to group sex, gender or related phenomena, a social movement one may support regardless of his/her phenomenological status or needed sex yet which should not affect science, research, truths taught in universities.

Gender is thought of as being both sex and gender for most people, and it is highly correlated. But sex and gender are inversely correlated in transgenderism (need to change gender and not sex).

In spite of this fact, most people go along with supporting gender, gender identity, etc., as both sex and gender for trans people, because

Most people dislike knowing or hearing about sex-and-gender non-binarism, e.g., a woman with a penis and a male sexuality who yet has the gender identity of “woman”…

Some 90% of trans people are transgender (needing to change gender yet not sex), as in Virginia Prince above, and insist on gender as a conflated sex-and-gender to help avoid revealing a sexuality society does not like. Radicals have been cruel to people and organizations who do not comply with a pro-gender scripture.

The transgender social movement (organizations and institutions) then insists on use of “gender” as a conflated sex-and-gender, superficially as compassion for demand, yet I believe below that out of fear that non-compliance will incur the wrath of transgender radicals.

This means that whereso, science, academic integrity, research and education are being intimidated by a social movement.

Common False Tenets of the “Transgender” Paradigm

The “transgender” paradigm asserts:

1. Marginalize and minimize T sex issues. Society doesn’t like non-binary sexuality, doesn’t want to hear about it…so to maybe avoid some rejection, agree to hide it as “offensive” or “private.” Problems with this are legion: It demeans non-binary people by cutting down our sexualities; it demeans people for whom cross physical sex and sex response issues are paramount; it’s transphobic.

2. Conflation. Conflate sex and gender; the other gender role = the other physical sex. Socially. The rest should not be discussed.

3. Focus on gender, gender identity, gender expression—not physical sex identity or genitalia—because it is what you see when you look at trans people from the outside with our clothes on, is the issue of the largest open group of trans people (B), and ref #1 above.

4. Avoid or denounce transsexualism. If someone mentions transsexualism, the next question is, “What’s the difference between that and transgenderism,” which highlights what the paradigm is trying to hide. Say or allow it to be said that “transsexual” is a slur, old fashioned, equated with prostitution or porn, or medializes trans people as sick, or without dignity. Sometimes we transsexuals are also threatened or assaulted if we don’t agree. It feels like sexual harassment, a verbal/identity form of genocide; my phenomenon is being pressured to not exist, to morph into the larger group. Refer to transsexuals as “transgender with an extra surgery,” so it is about gender and surgery, not a needed physical sex or sexual response.

5. Worship transsexuals (A) who will say they are transgender (B or C), such as Cait Jenner may be or some pictured above. Buy their books, hail them, call them “trail-blazers,” give them money, a spotlight, adoration—because, by using the same word, they help imply any transgender may also have had “the surgery,” referred to as “GRS,” so they can avoid the dreaded “S” word as “SRS.”

6. You are whatever you say you are—one is “woman” if declared, “female” if declared”—which leaves no room for mistakes, denial, repression, fantasy, related issues, games, or even outright lying to gain favor or access to otherwise denied areas.

7. Use euphemisms or gender terms. Don’t say “I’m female,” say “I’m a woman.” Don’t say “SRS,” which is about physical sex/genital anatomy; say “GRS or GCS,” because “gender” surgery can refer to anything gender—implying SRS may be attained while not actually saying so. Misrepresentations are common. Many times I’ve known transgender ladies who asserted “GRS” when what was attained was breast augmentation or nothing.

8. Let trans radicals slam dissent—don’t decry radicals or the practice of a “dirty tricks department”—as you “have to stick together.” The slamming is deniable by leadership: “I didn’t do it, and I didn’t tell them to do it…” One can light a candle to dispel that darkness, as did Alice Dreger, Ph.D., in Galileo’s Middle Finger. I support all trans person inclusion, but radicals slamming sex and gender researchers to inhibit dissent, the scientific process, or people who identify otherwise (such as me) is way out of line, and I do decry both the radicals and the process. Even if some idea or research is wrong, let the scientific process continue freely. It will eventually find the truth—such as medical science or astronomy and physics over the blood-letting and Earth-centrism of religious focus during the Dark Ages—which is exactly what you don’t want if you’re trying to hide issues.

9. The intent of the transgender paradigm (C) is to increase social inclusion for transgenders (B) by incorporating transsexualism (A) into transgenderism (B) and then hiding them, making it all, in the end, just one phenomenon about gender change, implying that may also mean a desired sex change—not even a political movement any more—even if we need to be opposite sex from each other. This is a conflict of interest.

Systematic suppression is oppression and transphobic.

All of us need to be accepted as who we really are.

And it takes the courage to actually be who we are. That includes everyone, including me.