Dissent from Scripture in Scientology Gets a Fight
Dissent from Scripture in the Transgender Paradigm Gets a Fight

Examples of T Sex Sacrilege
Good Trouble
You Gotta Fight the Fight

Dissent from Scripture in Scientology Gets a Fight

Leah Remini and Mike Rinder violated Scientology doctrine by questioning then countering, even exposing problems within the “church.” That led to a major conflict wherein Scientology attempted to discredit them with false accusations or interpretations, which Leah and Mike then used within their award-winning documentary series on A&E, “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.”

It’s an ugly fight, but Leah and Mike—and others—are dedicated, I get the impression because of inhumane treatment of some within Scientology. Kudos to them all for standing up to inhumane practices.

Dissent from Scripture in the Transgender Paradigm Gets a Fight

Kenneth Zucker, Ph.D.; Alice Dreger, Ph.D.; J. Michael Bailey, Ph.D.; Galileo’s Middle Finger, an expose on radicals intimidating science; J.K.Rowling.

Similarly, there is a transgender paradigm scripture—closely held and hotly defended—and when someone breaks that, transgender radicals can give them hell, falsely accusing, damaging character, and hurting people. Just ask Ken Zucker, Alice Dreger, J. Michael Bailey, or J.K. Rowling.

The matter has been exposed, but the process of attacks on dissent are endemic. We do not represent ourselves well when we act like angry adolescents lashing out.

Worse, transgender social movement leaders seem to turn a deaf ear to these kinds of events and rarely say anything to stop it. It appears to me to be tacit approval of a tactic of T gender-not-sex social engineering that says to make it about gender, in a certain way only, and not about T sex issues.

Examples of T Sex Sacrilege

  • 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.

Notice the common theme among the issues? They’re about T sex issues, or they lead to them.

The dreaded “S” word, “sex,” isn’t supposed to be mentioned, other than orientation, in the transgender social faux-acceptance movement, because it raises questions that could lead back to the idea that transgenderism, as Virginia Prince, Ph.D. had so strongly said, is about the need to change gender, not sex. That is the popular way of being for 90% of trans people.

The transgender social movement is sex-negative. It must evolve into openness. It’s stuck in the 1950s and needs its own sexual revolution. Just saying things such as these, let alone validating any of them, can bring hell down on a person from people who are insecure.

But if We Didn’t Dissent

Ptolemy’s Earth centrism; bloodletting; witch trials; slavery; gays rights; women in the kitchen.

But if we didn’t dissent, counter scripture, if we didn’t stand up to problems, we would still think the earth is the center of the cosmos, that we needed bloodletting to balance our humors—please don’t fight COVID-19 with that—blame witches for social ills, Black people would still be slaves, gay people would still be considered mentally ill, and women would still belong in the kitchen.

Good Trouble

The transgender social movement is stuck in the 1950s, very T sex negative. It needs its own sexual revolution.
Stick your head in the sand and maybe people won’t notice?

I violate scripture every day, on every page and post here, and elsewhere. I’m a long-term transsexual (SRS 1981), and I’m no longer insecure about who and what I am. My intention is not to hurt but to help. I don’t want trouble— Well, here I am doing Martin Luther King’s and John Lewis’ Good Trouble. But the message of my life is we must be ourselves. If society says it’s not okay, then we must make it okay—not hide it like an ostrich who thinks no one will notice. It affects every area of our life. It must be that T sexuality, whether binary or non-binary, is okay. There mustn’t be anything wrong with it. It must be okay to say, to be…or we demean and marginalize ourselves.

Most of society hates sex-and-gender non-binarism (example, a woman with a penis), so transgenders say to hide their non-binary sexuality in an effort to avoid rejection in new role. It’s a process I witnessed and was a part of. I used to be a professional member of WPATH, and I argued with them through the transition from HBIGDA, that their new attitudes were strongly sex negative, obfuscating people like me.

It seems strange that the American Pshchological Association (APA) would define “sex-negativity,” when they, themselves are sex-negative for trans people (see here and here for examples).

You Gotta Fight the Fight

In “The Holiday,” an excellent Holiday movie, Eli Wallach plays a grand, spunky old Hollywood writer. Kate Winslet asks whether he’s always been feisty, and Eli tells her, “I may have slowed down a little, but yes. You gotta fight the fight, kid.”

Which means: Don’t quit, don’t give up. Keep trying to make things better.