My Issue With The Transgender Movement

Hear me out on this one

The transgender movement.

It’s polarizing, it’s jarring.

In fact, you will probably be banned on social media if you dare to discuss it!

But is it possible that we’ve taken things a little too far?

Is it possible that, in pushing for acceptance of transgender individuals, we are actually erasing what it means to be a biological man and woman?

As the medical and scientific communities seek to change definitions and terms to accommodate “gender identity”, it seems like we are making strides towards hurting those who identify with their birth sex.

I feel we’ve reached a point where there is no respect for biological men and women. And yet, we are shamed if we don’t accept and validate those in the trans community.

So, what do you think?

  1. Thankyou Sydney for voicing what we all want to say but do not have the platforms.
    You and Avi and only a few more young Aussies are doingg us proud

  2. I think in their efforts to normalise the abnormal, they are trying to make the abnormal the desirable option and make the normal, shameful and wrong. I think if we neuter a couple of generations, the problem will go away because they are not reproducing. It is still a case of the survival of the fittest.

  3. Very interesting. What makes it more interesting is that you can survive saying it and I cannot. That is perhaps the greatest danger of all this lack of genderosity.
    Keep up the fight for reason.

  4. Sydney I have found a time machine, when you get to the eighties I will meet you there (will be about the same age as you) and we could have a great time without all this bullshit that is happening now thanks for your Videos I really enjoy a smart women with common sense cheers .

  5. I love your videos and your content.
    My wife will love her new pet name. My NB little menstruator. Not.

    I was faced with this trans nonsense recently. I think that as a parent I will not pay for anything of that nature with my money. Children can go earn their own money and be as dumb as they want with it. The human character has many dimensions to it. The point of gender is one of the smallest and affects a tiny portion of being human. If people focus on the deficiency of this detail there is serious help needed. I believe that the human spirit is androgenous and the physical world experience relies on being a specific gender. The contrast of that to the gender in your head is to be celebrated as a challenge and a way to improve the experience of living. It should never flow out into the world and diminish the identity of others.

    My gripe with these communities has always been that they fail to impress upon others in a human manner. They have to force acceptance out of people. This simple principle shows how deficient they are as humans. Clean before your own door first comes to mind. Learning to be part of society in a functional way is critical for people and this is why I teach my daughter how to do this. I teach her to be herself and not to take on popular culture as right for her. She will be okay in the future but the kids that have to impress on others by means of law and oppression will get hated for it.

  6. I actually agree with your issue with Transgender. One problem that is a big problem is that Transgender women are competing in women’s sports pushing natural women out of spots and they cannot compete at the same level.