Hmmmm, I’m meeting folks who say that sexual preference is not a choice, that they were “born that way.” When I ask if gender identity is a choice, a look of confusion comes over the once confident face. Surprisingly, some will say that they, too, were “born that way.”
Translation: Someone who was born as a biological male didn’t choose to be female, they were truly born as a female, only in a body that bears a resemblance to a male. Some who identity as transgender are not even trying to change their anatomy anymore, demanding that they be identified by their true gender in spite of the biological evidence to the contrary. One such example in California is noted here:
A California high school student who believes he is a girl trapped in a boy’s body just made the girls’ softball team.
Pat Cordova-Goff, 17, a strapping senior at Azusa High School, in Azusa, an hour east of Los Angeles, can play with and against girls because of a September change in state law went into effect last month. The law requires that, “a pupil be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs and activities, including athletic teams and competitions, and use facilities consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.”
Goff, who is a cheerleader at the school, played freshman baseball when he considered himself a boy. He found out Friday that he made the cut.
Follow me for a minute. If Pat, who considers himself a her, should also be homosexual (but truly heterosexual) in that “she” prefers other women, they can procreate. Two women really can have a baby. I thought it was impossible, but the progressive laws of California have made it possible. Two “women” can literally procreate. California — doing the impossible one law at a time.
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