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The Trans Plight is in no Way Similar to Black Plight

March 21, 2015

“At the risk of sounding elitist, I find a parallel to breaking the color barrier in baseball. Prior to 1947, Major League Baseball was a whites-only sport. African-American players were assumed to be lesser. To prove otherwise, the first one to break the color barrier had to be excellent, to be able to put up with the abuse and do it with grace.”

STOP!  There is no parallel.

If you were not born black, you cannot become black.  No surgery, be it skin coloring, face shaping, hair transplants will make a non-black person a black person.  Any attempt to do so would be mimicking. It would be black-face.

It still amazes me how many people allow trannies to use the plight of black people as an analogy.  Black people  were/are denied because of their born-race.  The equivalent to that would be a person’s born sex.  Therefore, trannies would have to say they were being denied something due to being born male (white and/or black males. Black males included here, because within the black race, black males are valued over black females).   Yet, we, or at least anyone with a drop of sense understand that as a class, males have always been promoted and accepted for being males.

When trans- compare their plight to the plight of black people, they are essentially saying, “We know that you were born black, and there were rules and laws that discriminated against you, and still today when people look at you, you may face discrimination, but we can feel your pain. We are the new you.  Because although we were born in the oppressor class, males with penises, a group who has never been punished for being born male with penises, when we alter our appearance, take drugs, and wear stereotypical feminine clothes, we are fighting the same fight you’ve had to fight, — while you were your true self without altering your appearance or taking drugs.    People are hanging us from trees because we looked and/or whistled in a certain direction!  We have to take a test to vote because we wear dresses in the supermarket at 10:00 AM!  We are the new Jackie Robinsons.  Just the other day, a diligent trans refused to give up his seat to a pregnant woman.  Which of course she deserved to have to stand there, the fucking cunt-cow had the nerve to stand in front of that poor uterus-less trannie from the corner of Delusional and Demented all the way to Narcissistic Way and Wigs R Us! If that trannie is not the next Rosa Parks, then who is?!”

TLDR: When Trans- compare their plight to African-Americans they are claiming that altering their appearance through drugs and surgery is equal to being born black.

8 Comments leave one →
  1. March 21, 2015 7:42 pm

    “TLDR: When Trans- compare their plight to African-Americans they are claiming that altering their appearance through drugs and surgery is equal to being born black…We are the new you.”

    I’m glad to see you back sister-friend — particularly with those, very succinct statements!!

    • March 22, 2015 2:23 pm

      Sorry about that, Deb. For some reason your comment was in Spam. ikr. Whenever something is compared to black plight, immediately, I think, “You don’t have a clue.” It’s like that whole slavery thing, along with years of backlash, destruction, and stigma was all just a reference in a book somewhere to be fished out when wanting to make a point.

  2. FabFro permalink
    March 22, 2015 10:23 am

    I wanna caps lock my gratitude of thanks for this! But I won’t. Also, I wish I could ‘like’ this over a million times because it’s so on point it’s not even funny.

    • March 22, 2015 12:52 pm

      It’s such a grossly inaccurate analogy that has gone unchallenged by the liberal community for so long, that those trannies keep perpetuating it like it is a dropping the mic moment.

    • FabFro permalink
      March 22, 2015 1:39 pm

      Indeed. It really does need to be challenged more and not so easily accepted by society that trans is just like being black. 400+ years of slavery/brutality because of your race does not equal a couple of years of laydee feelz. Ugh.
      LOL, I think it’s more like dem trannies are having a dropping a poo moment and stinkin’ up the place.

  3. March 23, 2015 8:59 am

    “When Trans- compare their plight to African-Americans they are claiming that altering their appearance through drugs and surgery is equal to being born black.”

    Yes, this is what they claim, but can they hear themselves? Evaluating one’s self, with honesty, is a skill built over time and experience. It requires growing empathy for others who have very different histories, experiences, lives. That’s an almost impossibly tall order for the most privileged class of people in our society: white men.

    They never had to really think about others’ lives/histories when they wore the pants, so when they put on a skirt and call themselves “she” they expect the same smooth sailing.
    But, at the first sign of female resistance to their brand-new identities, at the first hint that they can’t just barge in and find instant, full acceptance, they find themselves in the unfamiliar territory of facing certain (very minor) limitations.

    The white men in dresses are stunned that it’s not all, at every turn, milk and honey. What on Earth could this be? Why, it must be “oppression”! And it must be exactly the same as race-based oppression, and sex-based oppression, and — by golly — it might be even WORSE than both of those combined. Never mind that race and sex are not chosen, that these are classes people do not volunteer for, or choose. Nope, that doesn’t figure into it; that’s a minor detail that can be swept aside in favour of the male’s indulgence in his own feelings and his heart-felt desire for others to accurately reflect his feelings back at him.

  4. April 3, 2016 12:38 pm

    The nerve! These dudes and their handmaidens also say there’s no such thing as the female sex class because the women within it have different experiences and levels of oppression. With no other class do they insist that members be essentially identical, just us broads. Yet they have no trouble going from “no shared girlhood” to “being trans is like being black”. They also claim to be “intersectional” without understanding how Venn diagrams work. Idiots.

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