Where will the trans movement lead? Photo by Sharon McCutcheon at unsplash
Without any fixed reality, every individual human being can define the terms of their existence. The trans movement of self-definition will not be confined to sexuality. It is already radiating outward to trans-race, trans-age, trans-species and beyond.
We have written elsewhere about Rachael Dolezal. Born of two white parents, she identified with blacks and so declared herself black. Anthony Ekundayo Lennon, a British theater director, is the son of white Irish parents. He is often mistaken as biracial, so he has identified himself as a black artist. This is simply transracial. Why not?
In the current climate, if an Asian man wanted admission into Harvard University, he would do well to take advantage of the preferential admission policies by declaring himself a black or Hispanic female. If one’s identity has nothing to do with reality, but everything to do with feelings, there is no reason not to make such a declaration.
Now a Dutchman, Emile Ratelband, is into trans-age. Ratelband sees age as merely a number. His biological age is 65. To avoid age discrimination on dating websites and work applications, Ratelband wants the date on his birth certificate to be legally changed to 45. His plea, “Now I’m an old man …. But if I have that age again , I have hope again. I am new again. The whole future is there for me again.”
He has petitioned Dutch courts to allow him to change his birthdate on his birth certificate. He argues, “With this free(dom) of choice, choice of name, freeness of gender, I want to have my own age. I want to control myself.” Why not? His inner self says that he is younger than his actual biological age. In the current trans culture, how can he be denied?
We have already written about Richard Hernandez a M2F transgender who has transitioned to a dragon. He identifies his inner self as Eva Baphomet Medusa the Dragon Lady. Why not?
And if you have a real heart for dogs and see your inner self as a canine, why not declare yourself a dog?
Amanda Rodgers a British divorcee, has finally discovered love and marriage. She has married her dog Sheba in a ceremony attended by 200 people. Amanda got the dog when it was two weeks old, and fell in love with her. “I knew that we were meant to be.”
Even the lines between humans and machines are blurring. On the most basic level, we are harvesting baby body parts for research and medicinal purposes. This is akin to cannibalizing one machine, say an airplane or automobile, to fix another machine. Now we are doing that with human babies.
There are now female robots that provide men with sex without the complications of relationship or marriage.
In China, given the one-child policy and the social preference for boys, there are now 35 million more men of marital age than women. The solution? Create female robots to fill the void. That’s exactly what Zheng Jiajia did to provide himself a spouse.
Barcelona, Spain and Paris have opened sex-robot brothels. The same is being planned for Houston, Texas and California.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has proclaimed, “At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.” If this is true, the terms of your existence are defined by your imagination, not reality.
If trans-gender is normal, there is no reason not to affirm trans-race, trans-age, trans-species and trans-human/cyborg.
People with a proclivity to be trans anything need to be loved. We need to reach out to them, to show compassion, to practice empathy for their struggle. We need to simultaneously love the individual and reject the ideology and the policies derived from that ideology, as both untrue and unloving.
– Darrow Miller