Change your gender and get special treatment

As if sexuality couldn’t get any more confusing, India’s Supreme Court creates official third sex for eunuchs and transgenders. After two thousand years of persecution, India’s two million eunuchs to be formally recognized as third sex and listed as ‘backward’ caste entitled to reserved government jobs and university places.

So now in India, if you decide to change your sex, you get special treatment. It’s just a matter of time before this new regulation in India hits American shores. As reported here:

India’s Supreme Court has created an official third sex for its transgender eunuchs and announced they will have a quota of government jobs and college places to help them overcome discrimination.

The decision was met with jubilation by transgender charities who said it was a milestone in their fight against marginalisation in Indian society.

“We are elated and thankful to the court,” said Kalki Subramanium, a leading transgender rights activist. “The decision has come after a century of suppression and marginalisation by the legal and social systems.

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And you thought slavery was bad? India’s caste system not only limited your societal mobility, but they could also make a man into an “Obama!”

If the government whacked a man “naughty bits,” I have no problem with that guy getting compensation of some sort. However if “she” asked for it, then I have no sympathy.

Even with the new ruling allowing a third gender option, the fact is India has a ways to go to catch up to Facebook’s over 50 gender options.

My advice for white Liberals in America who want to change genders in hopes of getting special treatment in Amerca is do NOT become a man. Life as a man in America is, well…a bitch!

 

 

 

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