Hey /lgbt/ - do gays here consider transgenderism a threat? I consider transgenderism a threat to not only the validity of homosexuality, but also a threat to society in general. I would consider it the biggest threat to the United States since the Axis powers. I wanted to know if anyone else thought this way, and if so, why?
Uh, how is transgenderism a threat on the same level as the Axis powers? I mean it's only a threat to gays if you buy into the sort of nonsense in the "Drop the T" petition, where they say that trans people try to "convert" gay kids into being trans. I've never seen anything like that happening, but I more commonly see the opposite, gay people telling trans people "Why do you have to transition? Couldn't you just be gay instead" and saying that straight trannies are homophobes who transitioned as a way of accepting their same-sex attraction without being gay.
I think it's a serious threat to the economy. Imagine how much longer everything would take if you had to walk around on eggshells about the genders of all the people around you. Imagine how many otherwise prosperous business deals would go south over a "misgendering."
This is why China and India are taking all our jobs, because they don't have to deal with this shit. The head of Nike can set up a shoe factory deal and shake hands without being called "patriarchy."