If transgender is really a mental disorder then why don't they treat it like any other disorder and fix the brain with proper medication to get it back to normal. This world is so corrupt. They rather see a man spend thousands to give himself the appearance of a woman than help him feel more confident in himself being a man. They allow people to live this way because it's good for news ratings and gossip shows.
I think just because you feel like something you shouldn't change into it. If all my life I felt like I was a chicken does that mean that I should grow up and change my body to be a chicken? No. Because no matter what I do on the outside on the inside I'll always be a young woman.
Bruce even said it himself, he's always been attracted to women and have never been attracted to a man but all of a sudden Caitlyn Jenner comes a long and he says he would go and see how he like dating men.
There are even children out who are diagnosed with gender identity disorder and there is still time to work them through it and figure out ways to help them with the disorder but instead they are told it's okay to be this way. Why is this?
If transgender is a mental disorder then why don't they just treat it like they would treat any other disorder?
Seems to me like they just don't Want to fix it.
Though I disagree with the transgender lesbian gay thing, in my religion we are taught to love. None of us are perfect and we all struggle with some things. and just because I disagree with their lifestyle doesn't mean I hate the people in the LGBT community just as they would disagree with me. We are all entitiled to our own opinion.
But what do you think? Why do they treat transgender so different? Is it because they don't want to fix it?
- They don't want to fix itVote A
- They should try to fix itVote B
- They never thought of from this point of viewVote C
"They don't need to fix it"
Just add Vote D to your comment
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I think transgenderism is comparable to Body Integrity Identity Disorder. There are people out there who are really, really convinced that they're supposed to be amputees. We don't treat them by lopping off the offending appendage and shaming everyone else into playing along. I think it's both disingenuous and unethical that we do this with those suffering from *this* condition.3