More trans nonsense: "I gave birth as both genders"

Beachcomber

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More nonsense from the trans front. A female (by sex) had a child and then decided to "transition" and start living as a man, presumably as she felt that she was actually a male (by gender).

However now the person has given birth to another child, so we can assume that the person kept the female equipment that she was born with.

This is being portrayed as a male (by gender) giving birth to a child.

My view - this is more evidence of the mental illness involved in trans-world.


Kaci Sullivan: 'I gave birth as both genders' - BBC News

"Kaci Sullivan, from Missouri, first gave birth five years ago, before beginning to transition and start living as a man.

Last month, he gave birth again after seven days in labour."
 


petaljam

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Seven days in labour? That's some labour! Should have known that when a man finally gave birth it was always going to be a much bigger affair than anything a mere woman could manage.
 

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More nonsense from the trans front. A female (by sex) had a child and then decided to "transition" and start living as a man, presumably as she felt that she was actually a male (by gender).

However now the person has given birth to another child, so we can assume that the person kept the female equipment that she was born with.

This is being portrayed as a male (by gender) giving birth to a child.

My view - this is more evidence of the mental illness involved in trans-world.


Kaci Sullivan: 'I gave birth as both genders' - BBC News

"Kaci Sullivan, from Missouri, first gave birth five years ago, before beginning to transition and start living as a man.

Last month, he gave birth again after seven days in labour."
It's just nonsense. "Oh, I'm no longer a woman, I'm a man. Hey look, I'm pregnant."

Sorry love, if you got pregnant, you're not a man. Just sayin.
 

petaljam

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It's just nonsense. "Oh, I'm no longer a woman, I'm a man. Hey look, I'm pregnant."

Sorry love, if you got pregnant, you're not a man. Just sayin.
Nah, the evidence he's a man is in the fuss he's making of it. I bet the first labour wasn't nearly such an affair. LOL
 

Erudite Caveman

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Seven days in labour? That's some labour! Should have known that when a man finally gave birth it was always going to be a much bigger affair than anything a mere woman could manage.
In fairness, there is no comparison between passing a new born baby out the eye of your flute versus out a vadge.

Well done that man.
 

petaljam

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In fairness, there is no comparison between passing a new born baby out the eye of your flute versus out a vadge.

Well done that man.
Good point well made. If that's what happened.
But I was assuming it wasn't. Does anyone know the gory details.
 

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More nonsense from the trans front. A female (by sex) had a child and then decided to "transition" and start living as a man, presumably as she felt that she was actually a male (by gender).

However now the person has given birth to another child, so we can assume that the person kept the female equipment that she was born with.

This is being portrayed as a male (by gender) giving birth to a child.

My view - this is more evidence of the mental illness involved in trans-world.


Kaci Sullivan: 'I gave birth as both genders' - BBC News

"Kaci Sullivan, from Missouri, first gave birth five years ago, before beginning to transition and start living as a man.

Last month, he gave birth again after seven days in labour."
Woman gives birth to her second child, big deal.
 

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In fairness, there is no comparison between passing a new born baby out the eye of your flute versus out a vadge.

Well done that man.
SHE doesn't have a flute. She is a woman. But you're right about no comparison because you can't give birth through a penis because men can't give birth. Simple FACTS my friend, something severely lacking in the trans world.
 

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More nonsense from the trans front. A female (by sex) had a child and then decided to "transition" and start living as a man, presumably as she felt that she was actually a male (by gender).

However now the person has given birth to another child, so we can assume that the person kept the female equipment that she was born with.

This is being portrayed as a male (by gender) giving birth to a child.

My view - this is more evidence of the mental illness involved in trans-world.


Kaci Sullivan: 'I gave birth as both genders' - BBC News

"Kaci Sullivan, from Missouri, first gave birth five years ago, before beginning to transition and start living as a man.

Last month, he gave birth again after seven days in labour."
Why do you care?
 

petaljam

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SHE doesn't have a flute. She is a woman. But you're right about no comparison because you can't give birth through a penis because men can't give birth. Simple FACTS my friend, something severely lacking in the trans world.
Seriously though. It's a woman living as a man, who's kept her female equipement. That's cheating.
 

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this one is doing the rounds on twitter

 

autiemom

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More nonsense from the trans front. A female (by sex) had a child and then decided to "transition" and start living as a man, presumably as she felt that she was actually a male (by gender).

However now the person has given birth to another child, so we can assume that the person kept the female equipment that she was born with.

This is being portrayed as a male (by gender) giving birth to a child.

My view
AAAHHHH JAAYYYYYYSIS
 
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Seven days in labour? That's some labour! Should have known that when a man finally gave birth it was always going to be a much bigger affair than anything a mere woman could manage.
That's longer than a lot of members of Labour last here.
 


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