F ChannelAlissa: Male vs. Female?

Monday, February 22, 2021

Male vs. Female?

So, as per my usual come-down from Mercury retrograde, my wheels have been turnin' in the noggin.

What's the fuckin' obsession with the government's preoccupation with gender and sexuality? Gender and sex? Squelching any type of education out of the school systems and societal structure that bends "the Christian binary norms". What's the deal? Why is it such a goddamn big deal what is between someone's legs, who someone identifies as, and the strict confines around these? Is there more to it than a perverse Bible-twisted passage, where evangelicals have made being gay worse than being a pedophile? Because why else twist that shit up, you know? When it has been proven time and again that sexual education improves teen pregnancy and sexually-transmitted illnesses (STI's) would we knowingly go backwards?

Why is having a male/female society so beneficial to our government? I am assuming that it is beneficial, because at every turn, there are people associating sexuality with sin and illegalities and half-truths. In fact, in legislative session last week in West Virginia, a bill was introduced to ban discussing or teaching sexuality in any form in schools with HB2157 "18-2-7g. Displays and, teaching related to sexuality forbidden. The state board shall prohibit persons from putting up displays relating to sexuality in public school facilities and shall forbid the teaching of sexuality in public schools." Also of incredibly invalidating interest, another bill (HB2595) introduced would make it illegal to teach that any group is basically at fault to teach criteria that places "blame" on a group of people (read: white, cisgender men): "(c) “Race or sex scapegoating” means assigning fault, blame, or bias to a race or sex, or to members of a race or sex because of their race or sex. It similarly encompasses any claim that, consciously or unconsciously, and by virtue of his or her race or sex, members of any race are inherently racist or are inherently inclined to oppress others, or that members of a sex are inherently sexist or inclined to oppress others."

Read more about HB2595 here
Read more about HB2157 here

What is so absolutely beneficial for society in a binary (man and woman) values? Is it to keep "The American Dream" of "working to make it" alive? Is it to keep couples pushing out crotch fruit in order to replace the workforce? I mean, seriously, what the fuck gives? There must be some bigger vested interest in either procreation or oppressing non-binary human beings. I say this because they're "punished" for being different at every turn (take away their benefits, health insurance, etc.), as evidenced by last year's bill proposal that stated that agencies could choose to turn away LGBTQ foster children. Why in the hell would it be necessary to punish a child already in foster care that if they're "different" they will not receive benefits?

If we're able to advance science to a point to identifying gender/sex incongruence, then why in the fuck are so many American institutions choosing to go backwards? Why aren't we trying to save people, by educating the populace about the scientific variants that occur, and that these are PEOPLE who deserve compassion, respect, and understanding? Read more about advanced studies regarding this here . If we know that children identifying as transgender or nonbinary are more likely to experience depression and violence, why aren't we doing more to help society welcome them? It seems that educating adults would be more difficult than educating children; how many senior citizens would watch a video of gender and sex and nonbinary humanities? Probably way less than students who might willingly choose to learn more about their peers. Why is this? Why do we lead with an "adults know best" bunch of bullshit, when it is the adults proposing to punish people for nonbinary lifestyles and sexual choices? Why wouldn't we take the obvious approach of educating all people? Don't we want to save them?

Or is it something more sinister?

Admittedly, I re-watched Dark Waters this past weekend, about the Dupont poisoning of the Wood County, WV/Parkersburg through soil, water, and air means. When I initially watched the movie at the theatre, it struck me - what if it is proven that Dupont TEFLON, PCB's, C8, etc. can change also the DNA structure of our coding to include sexuality and gender? Would this be why West Virginia has the highest concentration of population identifying as transgender? After watching the movie again this weekend, I couldn't ignore it any longer.

How many transgender youth in America had parents and grandparents in Dupont/Chemours zones designated for cleanup? Why aren't we studying the connections between these toxins and our populace's cancer rates and obesity/diabetes? Why do we have so many children being born here with rare brain cancer and tumors?

Instead of suppressing education about these things, it seems that our state would rather take the approach of shutting these people up and oppressing them so they have no voice, and as an activist - you know, KNOW to "follow the money" - what's in it for them, or who are they protecting? This article is from 2012, and there's little in American literature on this subject: here