There's some pretty fun examples of transracial people in the race faker thread, by the way. Four of them are transgender on top of being transracial.i notice zach made fun of sarah ditum but like every other troon, he still couldn't answer the question.
if transgender okay, why isn't transracial okay? just explain it.
because its exactly the same, pretending to be something you have never actually been, all based on outward stereotypes. "i like basketball & hip hop so i'm black"
what :else: could it be?
many of us white folks can now whip out DNA certificates proving we are 5% african american or whatever. but i guarantee you i am 0% female. yet they 'accept' the one with no actual percentage. why is that?
everybody needs to keep asking them this question.
look at what they did to rebecca tuvel for addressing this point. even being pro-troon didn't save her from the mob. this question infuriates them & its their weak link. they can't reply. they can't even come up with a :dumb: answer for this one.
if its obvious that transracialism/transgender have nothing in common, they should logically be able to explain why.
have at it, zach. but try not to be a raving trashy florida racist as you explain further.
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She literally transitioned just so she could go to medical school and join the army. From wikipedia:Either way, it's generally hard to tell about people in the past. James Barry is a tough one. I do lean on the side that say they were a dude, or at least, intersex. It's usually easier to tell who was gay than who was trans.
The teenage Barry was educated with the prospect of becoming a tutor, but given a lack of evidence of any work history, the Bulkleys appear to have struggled to find Barry any suitable tutoring positions. A conspiracy appears to have developed between Barry, Mary-Ann Bulkley and some of the late James Barry's influential, liberal-minded friends (General Francisco de Miranda, Dr Edward Fryer, who had become Barry's personal tutor, and Daniel Reardon, the family's solicitor) to enable the teenage Barry to enter medical school. The University of Edinburgh was chosen and Mary-Ann and Barry boarded a Leith smack on 30 November 1809. And so, Margaret Anne Bulkley became James Barry, nephew of the late James Barry RA the Irish romantic painter and remained known thus for the next 56 years.
I assume she didn't want to be outed even after death for fear that if news of her real sex spread, people might remember her as a degenerate pervert instead of a respectable surgeon. That's just a theory, though. All we know for sure is that her initial transition seemed unrelated to dysphoria.In a letter chiding John Bulkley, Barry's older brother, for abandoning legal studies for the military, 19-year-old Barry wrote: "Was I not a girl I would be a Soldier!"
That confusion can easily be cleared up by reminding people that Marsha died in 1992, when transgender and drag queen were known to be different things.Remember -- there really wasn't much distinction between crossdressers, trans people, or drag queens. They were all considered to be "transsexual". So I think that's why people get confused.
Many transpeople still act like their birth sex, they just convince themselves they don't even though it's obvious to everyone else. Prime example:If you want an actual answer, transgenderism is technically an illness in which a person with a male anatomy has a more female-oriented functioning brain so these two don't fit. I'm not saying it is like this, only that this is how gender disphoria is understood by the somehow sane members of the trans-activism community. Yes, there is not such a thing as a "female" or "male" brain, but certain behaviours specific to those genders do exist, and it's more than the brain, but a combination of factors involving the brain.
Now, transracial is a different thing because there isn't a "black brain" or a "polynesian brain" or an "asian brain". Not to say that race is also a very arbitrary definition, unlike gender. The characteristics associated with certain ethnic groups are either cultural or environmental. Or both, but not biological.
Now, you're telling me transpeople can't say this? Well, I guess it's because they don't want to admit they're sick and most people, like Zach are just pretending to be trans.
Some characteristics associated with certain ethnic groups are definitely biological, it's just not politically correct to say it because racists might use it to promote racial supremacy. Neanderthals had brains that were distinctly different from those we find in modern humans, that's evidence brains are subject to evolution and genetic inheritance just like the rest of our bodies. It's also possible to selectively breed personality traits in animals, we've done it to silver foxes: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/09/180927105659.htm
There's no reason to assume the same principle doesn't apply to humans.