Will the trannies fall off their high heels?

Caption: Sorry, laddies ? sooner or later, everyone’s going to have had enough of this lunacy.

Like most fads, the current mania for ?transgenderism? seemingly appeared from nowhere. The good news is that, like other fads, the chicks-with-dicks craze may be about to fall off its high heels faster than you can say ?fidget spinner?.

Certainly, from time immemorial there has been a tiny substratum of humans convinced that they were born with a pole when they really wanted a hole. However, up until a few years ago, everyone recognised the simple fact that the cocks-in-frocks brigade were just men who thought?that they were women. Now we?re expected to embrace the lunacy that they really are women. Quote:

I have nothing personal against those who identify as transgender. To the contrary, my heart goes out to them. What struggles have they lived with, feeling trapped for years in what they believe to be the wrong body? What social rejection have they endured? How many have attempted suicide? How many have continued to suffer, even after so-called sex-change surgery? My heart is to help, not to hurt.

At the same time, I am convinced that the transgender revolution, which includes a war against gender distinctions and gender norms, will ultimately fail. And it will fail, not because of ?transphobia.? It will fail because reality is against it. End of quote.

Academics are a supine lot with a distressing tendency to flock to authoritarian causes; but even some academics are starting to remember that they have spines. Quote:

In England, over 100 academics have raised their concerns ?about the suppression of proper academic analysis and discussion of the social phenomenon of transgenderism, and its multiple causes and effects. Members of our group have experienced campus protests, calls for dismissal in the press, harassment, foiled plots to bring about dismissal, no-platforming, and attempts to censor academic research and publications. Such attacks are out of line with the ordinary reception of critical ideas in the academy, where it is normally accepted that disagreement is reasonable and even productive.?

Trans-activism can only push so far before the inevitable pushback will come. End of quote.

The meat-packers union promotes itself as ?inclusive?, but once they get a fake fingernail-hold on power, exclusion is the rule. Actual, biological women suffer the worst exclusion. Sport is the most obvious field where women are losing out to opportunistic men in skirts. Quote:

?There’s nothing more anti-female than letting biological men compete in women’s sports.?

Earlier this month, ?Canadian Rachel McKinnon won gold?in the women’s 35-39 age bracket?But McKinnon, a philosophy professor and transgender athlete who competed against only women, is a biological male.?

In response to this victory, the third place winner, Jennifer Wagner, said, ?It?s definitely NOT fair.? End of quote.

It isn?t much to boast about, either. Innate biological differences mean that men easily out-compete women in most sports. It?s just not a level playing field. Sooner or later, the (real) sisters are going to have enough of this unfair madness. Quote:

Governments will take action against radical trans-activism. End of quote.

This one, I?m not so sanguine about. Some governments will if voters get arked up enough. Unfortunately, we see too often that one thing the shemales have in common with the females is a fatale streak of connivance. As is happening here in Tasmania, far-reaching legal changes are snuck through without ever bothering to seek the approval of ? often without even informing ? voters.

People will only take so much. When parents start seeing strapping, priapic lads marching off to the showers with their little girls in the Guides, they?re (hopefully) going to get angry.

At least some politicians are taking a stand ? to the screeching fury of the bearded ladies. Quote:

In Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orban just banned ?gender study at colleges saying ?people are born either male or female.??

Here in the States, it was just revealed that ?The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)?will define ?gender? as determined ?on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable?..The definition would define gender as either female or male, according to the person?s genitalia at birth.? End of quote.

Of course, there will be the usual whining of ?But what about the intersex children!? But ?intersex? is a broad term, and almost all cases of ?intersex? are rare, genetic anomalies which are phenotypically undetectable. That is, most ?intersex? people live completely normal lives as male or female, and their condition is almost never discovered unless they undergo some form of genetic testing.

Genuinely ?sexually ambiguous? people are an exceedingly rare subset of ?intersex?. Even so, that doesn?t amount to the existence of ?other genders?, any more than people born with no arms amount to the existence of ?other-handedness?. Quote:

Biology, not feelings, will determine sex, especially when it comes to the law?while the transgender community is understandably up in arms at this announcement, they will not be able to overthrow fixed biological realities, which divide the human race into male and female. End of quote.

We can only hope that the transtrender ?revolution? will turn out to be just another passing leftist fad to be consigned to the dustbin of history.