Who do we think we are?

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Of course, Mouncey is Australian, so that may be the local custom down under, so to speak.

Don't know, don't need to find out.
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Skepdick wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 5:29 pm
Walker wrote: Thu Feb 11, 2021 5:27 pm For example, if some 6’3” aggressive transvestite gets his too-tight panties in a wad and jacks you up against a wall with a forearm to your throat for calling him a man or a bruiser, it would be entirely appropriate for one to see the bigger picture and attempt to avoid personal physical damage, and if calling him a beautiful woman would accomplish that, or complimenting his dress, shoes and nails would accomplish that, then such a view of reality would be appropriate … unless one has a more promising alternative.
Grab her butt and tell her she's fuckable. See if that works out.
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vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Mon Jan 04, 2021 5:46 am Man 'feels' that he is a woman, therefore 'he' is a woman.
Woman 'feels' that she is a man, therefore 'she' is a 'he'.
Woman 'feels' as if she is black, therefore she is black.
Woman wants to be Spanish, says she 'identifies' as Spanish, therefore she is Spanish.
Oh Hilaria, you couldn't have chosen a more appropriate name...

Gender envy, ethnic envy--sorted.

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It's a whole new world we live in these days. Not the same as it was 20 or more years ago. Many of us grew up in an age when such things were frowned upon. So we learned to frown upon them also. 20 years down the road, things will probably be even more different.

I guess, in the end, as long as everyone gets a chance at happiness, whether it be with the opposite sex or the same sex or in being the opposite sex, then things are good.
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Gary Childress wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 4:17 pm
vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Mon Jan 04, 2021 5:46 am Man 'feels' that he is a woman, therefore 'he' is a woman.
Woman 'feels' that she is a man, therefore 'she' is a 'he'.
Woman 'feels' as if she is black, therefore she is black.
Woman wants to be Spanish, says she 'identifies' as Spanish, therefore she is Spanish.
Oh Hilaria, you couldn't have chosen a more appropriate name...

Gender envy, ethnic envy--sorted.

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It's a whole new world we live in these days. Not the same as it was 20 or more years ago. Many of us grew up in an age when such things were frowned upon. So we learned to frown upon them also. 20 years down the road, things will probably be even more different.

I guess, in the end, as long as everyone gets a chance at happiness, whether it be with the opposite sex or the same sex or in being the opposite sex, then things are good.
So delusion, fraud and lies are ok as long they make a person 'happy'. Lies and delusion have repercussions beyond the delusional ones. I don't think you have thought this through very deeply.
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vegetariantaxidermy wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 6:19 pm I don't think you have thought this through very deeply.
Perhaps not. Just don't want to be the "bad guy" making other people feel unaccepted, I guess.

I found out today that a guy I knew in high school who used to dress like Boy George passed away. He had a difficult time in school growing up but he was apparently happy in his final days. I probably gave him a few qualms myself back then. But I sort of feel badly now. I don't know.
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I get it.

I don't even consider myself to be a human. Rather I am a conscious entity experiencing what it is like to be a human.
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Advaita Vedanta
“I Am … not the body.”

Trannyism, black identity, white identity, etc.
“I Am … the body.”

Sri Ramana Maharshi
“You are the body also, but not this body exclusively.”
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Gary Childress wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 4:17 pm It's a whole new world we live in these days. Not the same as it was 20 or more years ago. Many of us grew up in an age when such things were frowned upon. So we learned to frown upon them also. 20 years down the road, things will probably be even more different.

I guess, in the end, as long as everyone gets a chance at happiness, whether it be with the opposite sex or the same sex or in being the opposite sex, then things are good.
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This truth extends from the micro to the macro. What is the significance?

It’s a long-winded way of saying:

Because God made him, he must have a place in the world.
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I was talking to an elderly black woman recently about this. She apparently got her grandson's underpants in a bunch when she said that white people trying to pass as black does not pick her wallet, break her leg, or prevent her from voting, so she is not going to lose any sleep over it.

Young people get worked up so easily these days.

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