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Privacy and Safety

You are female, young and innocent, and throughout your life have followed the rules and regulations, and then all of a sudden you are victimized because you speak out about something that has really made you feel insignificant over transphobic tendencies.

Senator Hawley questioned female sports advocate Riley Gaines on competing against transgender athletes who are biological males.


Transphobia consists of negative attitudes, feelings, or actions towards transgender people or transness in general. Transphobia can include fear, aversion, hatred, violence or anger towards people who do not conform to social gender expectations.

One person subjected to an unbelievable amount of abuse including intimidation, threats of violence, and suffering while a mob barricaded her, was Riley Gaines. She was pushed into a corner for three and a half hours, held to ransom, and protesters wanted money for her to go home to be with her family for making genuine complaints and speaking out about the obscenity of having a six-foot, two-inch man share her locker room at university.

We live in a society that demands change where the younger generation who have been coaxed in the new world to accept and respect all gender related opinions; now pressurizes those who have always conformed to biological moralities set by society. But now are faced with what seems like blatant disregard for what most people would consider abiding to their scruples i.e., consciences principles we have been brought up to observe.


Yes, we are obliged to respect others, as nonbinary people should respect those who consider themselves normal i.e., the majority. However, if new standards are being called upon by non-mainstream and their sympathizers then should we be obliged to get into line and accept when it defies our logical reasoning?


Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface


Vocabulary builder:

Coaxed (v) = regular verb meaning persuaded, sweet-talked, charmed, enticed, lured, tempted, win over

Blatant (adj) = obvious, unconcealed, barefaced, unashamed, deliberate, flagrant, transparent

Abiding (adj) = enduring, remaining, surviving, long-lasting, permanent, unshakable, steadfast

Scruples (n) = consciences, principles, ethics, integrities, moralities, sense of right and wrong, doubts, qualms

Non-mainstream (adj) = not having, reflecting, or being compatible with the prevailing attitudes and values of a society or group: not belonging to the mainstream.

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