“The Transgender Movement is Sex-negative”
Examples of T Sex Issues
Examples of T Sex Sacrilege—Things We’re not Supposed to Say
Examples of T Sex-negativity
We Can Never Fully Integrate into Society if We Do Not Own Ourselves

Hiding trans person sexuality: Caitlyn Jenner and Jenna Ware, Camarillo Airport. We have opposite views on including T sex issues.
Caitlyn Jenner and I have opposite views on including T sex issues.

The transgender social movement is sex-negative, a problem for me as I’m transsexual and about sex issues being suppressed.

It needs to be okay to be non-binary, to be of same sex yet another gender. It also needs to be okay to need to be of the other binary. It also needs to be okay to be cis sex and gender, and mention your own needs.

We trans people need to own our own sexuality, and society needs to own it with us.

We need to get out of the T sex 1950s and have our own sexual revolution.

Hiding trans person sexuality. We need a sexual revolution. Composite image of the 1960s sexual revolution.
Examples of T Sex Issues
  • A need to be the same sex or the other sex—male or female, not gender role;
  • Where sex and gender are two different things, and most T’s want to change gender but not sex, then sex identity as well as gender identity;
  • A needed sexual response as male or female (who one is in bed as, not with);
  • Sex orientation but also gender orientation—as sex-and-gender non-binary people need to find love, too, and we must also value those who are attracted, gynandromorphophilia;
  • Does a need to change sex move along with a need to change gender?
Examples of T Sex Sacrilege—Things We’re not Supposed to Say
  • sex and gender are treated by the transgenders as two different things;
  • the need to change sex or not;
  • the sexual response needed; who one is in bed as, not just who one is with;
  • questioning if the need to be the other sex moves with the need to be the other gender, or if the correlation is inverse in transgenders;
  • where transgenderism is usually about changing gender and not wanting to also change sex, then where there is gender identity, there must also be sex identity, “I am a woman” and “I need to be female”;
  • sex dysphoria as well as gender dysphoria;
  • sex orientation but also gender orientation, as in
  • gynandromorphophilia, an attraction to transgender women who retain male sexuality (I do wish people would stop haranguing such people. Transgenders need love, too, and why should either they or the people who love them be treated negatively?);
  • autogynephilia, a male sexually attracted to seeing self as female. This is feared now as masturbation was in the 1970s.
Examples of T Sex-negativity
  • Slamming people such as J. K. Rowling for admitting transgender sex issues
  • Saying it’s okay to discriminate against transsexualism and to leave transsexualism out of narratives
  • Transsexual with pathological connotations (Brooks, 2017; Gupta et al, 2016);
  • Transsexual as pejorative (TSER, 2019; UNOmaha, 2019);
  • SRS downplayed, a “small part of transition”; don’t say pre- or post-op (GLAAD, 2019);
  • “Transgender” mustn’t be a noun but “transsexual” can be (APA 6th edition, 2010); the American Psychological Assn. said that; I was shocked at the blatant inequality; “transsexual” as transgender person who may never want to be the other sex (APA 6th edition, 2010); largely omitting sex identity, sex expression and transsexualism. (APA, 7th edition)
  • “Cissexual” noted as real but “cisgender” used for both (Cava, 2016);
  • “Sex identity” asserted as real per physical sex (Kotula, 2002, Diamond, 2002) yet “gender identity” used by most, instead;
  • Cait Jenner saying don’t ask about surgery (ABC News, 2017; TMZ, 2017),
  • Jenner’s book using “transgender” 55 times yet “transsexual” 0 times (2017);
  • Media guide uses “transgender” 47 times and “transsexual” 0, “gender” 70 times and “sex” 11 but only as birth sex in the context of gender change or as orientation (HRC, 2019);
  • Says many trans people do not identify as transsexual and prefer transgender (GLAAD, 2019), but it does not include the reverse which is also true.

To appear more palatable, a sex-minimized version of transsexualism is quasi-incorporated:

  • “Transsexual is transgender with a surgery” implies we’re basically the same, some with surgery, which only works if sex is suppressed. The paradigm implication is that the need to be the other sex moves with a change in gender, but it usually doesn’t. We have opposite sexualities, stated above, and phenomena are supposed to be distinct by significant difference.
  • “Not everyone can afford surgery.” Misleading. Usually SRS is eschewed when sexuality is not cross. SRS if desired can usually be obtained in a variety of ways (see example below).
  • “Transgender is needing to be a gender different from the sex of birth…” is about gender change, transgenderism; it is not transsexualism, which would read “transsexual is needing to be the other sex from the sex of birth.”
We Can Never Fully Integrate into Society if We Do Not Own Ourselves

If we do not socially own our sex issues, it will keep us on the fringes of social integration, adversely affect quite a bit in our lives.

Individuals may choose privacy, but institutions, organizations, researchers, educational institutions, law and policy makers…need to openly state and accept T sex issues—because social hatred for T sex issues is the problem, in the first place. It’s why the transgender movement grew and demanded avoidance.

Angry transgender radicals need to stop harassing people for mentioning T sex issues. If you want to be treated with embrace, act worthy.

And scared people and institutions in society need to stop freaking out about angry, insecure T radicals who will always be there. You can’t let them diminish your integrity.