When I was a kid, my grandmother and I would clean the home of her employer’s son. I loved going there, but not to clean.
I loved going to Tommy’s place, because he always had Playboy magazines laying around.
It was no surprise to my grandmother when I volunteered to join her to clean Tommy’s place. While there, I did clean a bit. But mostly I sneaked away long enough from my grandmother’s watchful eye to get a glimpse of the Playmate of the Month.
I remember the sensation that flooded my pubescent veins, the rush, as I gazed upon God’s magnificent creations. “What dude wouldn’t want to bag one of those babes”, I dreamed. One day I figured I would get my shot.
Admittedly, I’ve been fortunate in my dating life. I’ve dated mostly show-stoppers, though none were officially Playboy playmates. A couple of models, even a stripper. Ok two of those. But no bunnies.
Almost all of the women I dated certainly could have been Playboy models. But I adjusted my parameters as I grew older, wiser. I wanted more than looks. At some point I began to think about having a family.
I wanted the fruit of my loins. For my way of thinking Psychology Today says that I’m a bigot.
In their article, “Are Transgenders excluded in the dating world”, they write:
Imagine for a moment that you were to find yourself looking for a new partner at some point in the near future. Perhaps you would turn to a popular dating app and begin filling out your dating profile in hopes of finding “the one.” In the process of doing so, you’d likely be asked to indicate your gender and the genders of others that you would be interested in dating. Under these hypothetical circumstances, which of the following people would you consider as a potential dating partner (check all that apply):
- a cisgender1 woman
- a cisgender man
- a transgender woman
- a transgender man
- a person with a non-binary gender identification
Only 5 choices? These progressives need to read the memo.
According to them, there exist far more genders and sexual variations. Nevertheless, those are our choices in this survey.
Here were the results of a question asked by just under 1,000 participants. The finding were published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.
Our results indicated that 87.5% of the participants who were asked this very question only checked off the cisgender options and excluded transgender and non-binary individuals from their hypothetical dating pool.
It’s really not an inconsequential question. For many of my trans friends, the question of whether or not someone will date them after they transition or come out often weighs heavily on their mind. After all, relationships are one of our most important sources of social support. Indeed, our relationships play an important role in our overall mental and physical well-being and our relationships are a better predictor of how long we’ll live than smoking or obesity! But, if very few people are willing to date trans people, what does this mean for their health and well-being?
Nice try at the guilt trip. Conservatives have grown to expect as much. But what of all those “progressives” we are told exist?
Certainly one would expect that roughly 50 percent of the people, so-called Conservatives would not date transgender. But what of the 32.5 percent of the “other” side?
Like Conservatives, many Leftists also get their sensibilities tested when it comes to putting the genitals where their mouths are, so to speak. It’s easy to pretend to accept transgender in all forms, but as it turns out, even Leftists don’t want to date T of the LGBTQ.
I asked on my radio show a lot of questions related to this. The idea that young boys and girls have expectations of family, and they want their own DNA floating around the universe.
Listen to “20190621-H2-S3 – Water Down Americana (3)” on Spreaker.
But there is much more to it. Democrats want to demoralize Americans. In this case, Democrats want to force their twisted sensibilities on us.