Sex and Gender

Why I became trans

Sexual attraction involves two vectors: sexual orientation is the sex we are attracted to, and sexual signalling is how we make ourselves attractive. Neither can be disconnected from sex and the biological impetus to reproduce.

The psychological distress was so severe, I felt I had no choice

Transsexuals like me never asked to be at the centre of one of the most toxic debates in society; we just wanted to transition and get on with our lives. But what was once a niche medical condition has become a civil rights issue so big that it now challenges our understanding of what it means to be a man or woman.

Transgender ideologues tell us that everybody has a gender identity — an innate and immutable feeling of maleness and femaleness — that determines whether we are women or men, or perhaps something else. If that conflicts with the sex “assigned” to you at birth, then come join us under the transgender umbrella. We will even give you a flag to make sure you feel special.

But what if gender identity is bunkum? …

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By Debbie Hayton

Physics teacher and trade unionist.

One reply on “Why I became trans”

i was wondering when You was going too talk about YOU .. When you was a man too a LADY …VERY AMAZING ,very IMPRESSED ,,by you talking HELPING OTHERS be aware /understanding Any Bad views/reviews take NO Notice ..there will be some SNOTTY NOSED Replies have YOU Coped Dealing with these issues Any Bullying ,what things HELPED YOU .what has NOT helped You.Mark


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