Guys have a penis. Girls have a vagina.

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Post by ddraig » Sat Nov 05, 2022 9:33 pm

My preferred pronouns are Ye/Olde.

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Post by D-train » Fri Nov 11, 2022 12:04 pm

Gabe thanks for the suggestion to follow Dr. Lesby. She is hilarious.
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Post by D-train » Thu Nov 24, 2022 4:58 pm

So these woman are lesbians because they aren't into humans with Dicks (Can't say I blame them!) but this freak show is pissed at them for not allowing a human with a dick into their dating group. Beyond belief.
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Post by Sibelius Hindemith » Thu Nov 24, 2022 7:00 pm

Yeah, (black) lesbians with penises are probably the most underpriveleged people in America.

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Post by D-train » Thu Nov 24, 2022 8:22 pm

Dude prob couldn't get laid by women so hatched a plan to become a trans women and then try to guilt lesbians into having sex with him accusing them of being bigots if they didn't.
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Post by gil » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:18 pm

My response to that midwestern trans homosexual:

Real lesbians have vaginas. Get over it.

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Post by D-train » Sat Nov 26, 2022 12:15 pm

The lunacy of pronouns in your twitter profile:
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Post by gil » Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:24 pm

I think I should start using it/its to my signature line. (I never got the they/them thing.)

I was listening to a police official reporting the names of the dead in one of this week's mass shootings (I forget which one but I think it was Colorado Springs). He was reading a statement that said something like: "The first victim was Joe Smith. Joe's pronouns were he/him. The second victim was Many Jones. Mary's pronouns were she/her. ..." I'm trying to figure out my reactions to this. The economist in me says, it's a very inefficient use of press conference and police time. She sociologist in me says, if you are going to spend the extra time saying something (beyond name) about a victim, are that person's pronouns the most important thing? (Or maybe that is still the economist talking.)

And why stop at "he/him"? What not "he/him/his"? Don't possessive pronouns get any respect? :geek:

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Post by D-train » Sat Nov 26, 2022 4:29 pm

gil wrote:
Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:24 pm
I think I should start using it/its to my signature line. (I never got the they/them thing.)

I was listening to a police official reporting the names of the dead in one of this week's mass shootings (I forget which one but I think it was Colorado Springs). He was reading a statement that said something like: "The first victim was Joe Smith. Joe's pronouns were he/him. The second victim was Many Jones. Mary's pronouns were she/her. ..." I'm trying to figure out my reactions to this. The economist in me says, it's a very inefficient use of press conference and police time. She sociologist in me says, if you are going to spend the extra time saying something (beyond name) about a victim, are that person's pronouns the most important thing? (Or maybe that is still the economist talking.)

And why stop at "he/him"? What not "he/him/his"? Don't possessive pronouns get any respect? :geek:
The lunacy of having it in your twitter profile is that you would NEVER use he or him or she or her when replaying to someone. It is a One on One conversation.

You wouldn't say, I agree with he or I think her is crazy. You would just use YOU. And if especially if the have a profile pic that shows they are CLEARLY a biological man or woman. It is just absurd virtue signaling nonsense like masks in the profile pic or Ukrainian flag.
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Post by gil » Sat Nov 26, 2022 7:17 pm

D-train wrote:
Sat Nov 26, 2022 4:29 pm
gil wrote:
Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:24 pm
I think I should start using it/its to my signature line. (I never got the they/them thing.)

I was listening to a police official reporting the names of the dead in one of this week's mass shootings (I forget which one but I think it was Colorado Springs). He was reading a statement that said something like: "The first victim was Joe Smith. Joe's pronouns were he/him. The second victim was Many Jones. Mary's pronouns were she/her. ..." I'm trying to figure out my reactions to this. The economist in me says, it's a very inefficient use of press conference and police time. She sociologist in me says, if you are going to spend the extra time saying something (beyond name) about a victim, are that person's pronouns the most important thing? (Or maybe that is still the economist talking.)

And why stop at "he/him"? What not "he/him/his"? Don't possessive pronouns get any respect? :geek:
The lunacy of having it in your twitter profile is that you would NEVER use he or him or she or her when replaying to someone. It is a One on One conversation.

You wouldn't say, I agree with he or I think her is crazy. You would just use YOU. And if especially if the have a profile pic that shows they are CLEARLY a biological man or woman. It is just absurd virtue signaling nonsense like masks in the profile pic or Ukrainian flag.
Uh oh. Two strikes against me on the virtue signaling front. :lol:

Yeah I get what you are saying about one on one conversations. But people also refer to twitter posts all the time, including in mainstream news stories. So it can be "she posted xyz", or "they replied to him by saying yadda yadda".

But in all honestly, I don't get why people care so much about what someone else wants to be called. I've got better things (or worse things) to stress about. If someone tells me "please refer to me as they/them rather the he/him" it's no big deal. Sort of like "I prefer to be called William rather than Bill."

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