April 3, 2019
It doesn’t matter if you’re an expert. If you go against the LGBTQP+ crowd, you’re going to feel their wrath, and no amount of common sense and reasoning will protect you.
A professor at the University of Louisville is suing his employer after being fired from a top position for expressing views on gender dysphoria and saying children who insist they are transgender should not instantly be believed.
Dr. Allan M. Josephson was formerly the head of the school’s Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, but was demoted to a junior faculty position after university activists “sounded the alarm” over views he expressed during a 2017 panel discussion on gender dysphoria in children – and in February the university decided not to renew his contract.
Josephson’s lawsuit alleges that activists and a few of his colleagues demanded that he be “disciplined” for the comments which had “troubled” them. But what were the egregious comments which sparked the professor’s demise?
Speaking at the panel in 2017, Josephson said that children as young as seven, eight and nine years old could not necessarily be trusted to decide they are a different gender.
“We don’t let them vote, we don’t let them drive — and so we’re going to let them at the age of eight or nine decide that they’re no longer male or female? Unbelievable.”
Josephson hit back against the idea that if a child is insistent about being a different gender, then it must be true, saying there are many other psychological issues that could be causing them to express those feelings.
He gave the example of one female patient who had been “abused badly” as a child and decided she wanted to identify as male because “bad stuff happened” when she was a girl. “I didn’t want anything to do with that person and what had happened to me,” he said, quoting the patient.
But with transgender activism, parents are now getting the message that they should instantly accept and “affirm” what the child says about its gender without question. He also said that transgender “ideology” can be “neglectful of the need for developing the coping skills and problem-solving skills” that children require.
You see, Dr. Josephson, we don’t let them vote yet, and we don’t let them drive yet. Letting children choose their own gender and whether or not to mutilate their genitals is the first step towards children driving an children voting. After all, why shouldn’t they be able to drive and to vote?
As long as they consent to it, they should be able to do it.
Think about it this way: if the child can consent to getting his or her genitals mutilated by a doctor, the child is already consenting about the use of his or her genitals and about what other people can do to their genitals.
You see where this is going, right?
The road to Progress requires everyone to get additional rights and stuff because what is Progress if not everyone having as many rights as possible?
Giving kids the right to choose what they and others can do to their genitals literally empowers kids, and as we’ve all already learned these past few decades, empowering is a good thing.
We’ve empowered women and got the best of women.
Empowering kids will bring out the best in kids, too, and that is a good thing. Think about the amount of kids in America, all those kids could be driving, voting, working, having sex with other kids or adults, and overall being productive members of society.
Instead of importing brown foreigners to work in all of these factories, we could just empower kids.
Sure, some adults would have sex with these empowered kids, but as long as the kids consent, that wouldn’t be rape. It would be legal.
This is how society works now.
If you go publicly against it, you’ll get fired from your job. Just like it happened to this common sense professor.