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  1. I think she forgot that CONVERSION THERAPY is usually forced upon someone. Nobody is making anyone transition
  2. Oh, I ESPECIALLY hate that The original text should remain in tact & the teacher/ parent can explain the significance. Or just use a different book entirely. This reminds me of a time in High School when we watched Philadelphia and our teacher wanted to fast-forward the scene with Denzel in the kitchen, making homophobic remarks about Tom Hanks. I was THE openly gay person in class & I asked “Why skip it!?“ -A major theme of the movie is that Denzel overcomes his initial prejudice, so we SHOULD see and hear it.
  3. Exactly. And shouldn’t this thread be in the ‘Entertainment & Celebrity’ sub-forum?
  4. I think it’s unnecessary & LATE Anyone watching the movie will understand the racism in a historical context. If they don’t, they can look it up. & where do we draw the line exactly? Will they add a disclaimer to the beginning of Last Tango In Paris for that ‘butter scene?” Will they add a warning to Saturday Night Fever since John Travolta refers to his fellow New Yorkers as ‘spics’ & ‘N*****s?’
  5. My thoughts exactly I understand by the concept of "being an ally" BUT THIS AINT IT! Just DO IT, don't give me a black & white montage.
  6. A shame she had to give this speech in a segregated ceremony to a predominantly white audience. As for the movie itself, there’s no point in removing or censoring something that’s been released for decades (like some schools did with Tom Sawyer). Besides, HBO has other titles that are far more ‘offensive’ than Gone With The Wind
  7. Now, I will agree with you there (I don't think any logical person is denying that). Terms like cis- exist because there is such a thing as biology. Ultimately though, what is your concern? That people shouldn't transition at all? That people are transitioning too early? If you're implying that gay kids can be "brainwashed" into thinking that they are trans, let me ask if YOUR parents could have "convinced" you to live & identify as the opposite sex? I'm actually NOT being a smart ass, I just need clarity.
  8. You know what? I'll go down the rabbit hole with you @Andgon144 Point 1: It's hardly an ENTIRE GENERATION & referring to those that transitioned early in life as "brain damaged, weakened eunuchs" is a bit... HARSH Point 2: Is there an implication that these gender-non-conforming kids are being encouraged to identify as trans? Kids are NOT as impressionable as we make them out to be: I had girly interests as a child (Sailor Moon, the Spice Girls) but no one could've convinced me that I wasn't a boy. They couldn't convince me that I was heterosexual! Point 3: Ultimately, yes, everyone should be comfortable with their bodies. But what about those that are not? Who are WE to deny what makes THEM feel comfortable? I would imagine that any parent taking their child through the process of hormone therapy understands the long term consequences (if they don't, then surely they're not utilizing Google, which is free). The same goes for any surgical procedures, which are NOT mandatory: no one is forcing anyone to undergo a double mastectomy! Point 1: Again, who is doing the 'convincing?' The doctors, therapists, parents, society? Point 2: I watched a documentary about that, but those folks are actually FORCED to transition or face jail time, correct? Point 3: People, like JK Rowling, have a right to express their point of view & others have a right to CANCEL/ not support them for those views. That's not new There is a small minority of MAPs (minor attracted persons) on social media trying to attach themselves to the LGBT movement, but they're usually dismissed as the outcasts they are & for good reason: ask any person that was sexualized as a child by an adult if that experience was pleasant or consensual. Let's also not forget that pedophilia was around LONG BEFORE any of us were having a discussions about sexuality or gender! That's really an entirely different subject.
  9. “SWINE!” -Lady Gaga (2013)
  10. My mom & I are on the phone now, awaiting the news.
  11. As real as it gets, even in his old age: “Do you have any regrets whatsoever about...” “NONE.”
  12. Please do! I ordered it from Amazon & couldn’t put it down
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