The Gender Non-binary debate.

The Gender Non-binary debate.

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Clockwork Cupcake

61,158 posts

217 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Noodle1982 said:
Apart from eradicating animal cruelty there's is nothing in the world I'd like more than for everyone to get along and be accepted by all.
Sounds good to me. thumbup

_dobbo_

11,412 posts

193 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Clockwork Cupcake said:
Noodle1982 said:
Apart from eradicating animal cruelty there's is nothing in the world I'd like more than for everyone to get along and be accepted by all.
Sounds good to me. thumbup
Sounds good, but based on overwhelming evidence from other threads, an absolute out right patent lie.

Halb

49,095 posts

128 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Dem's purdy strong words, Dobbo!

moves corn stem to other side of mouth and puts thumbs in dungarees.

_dobbo_

11,412 posts

193 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Halb said:
Dem's purdy strong words, Dobbo!

moves corn stem to other side of mouth and puts thumbs in dungarees.
hehe

everything you need to form your own opinion is about three clicks away.


Noodle1982

1,390 posts

51 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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_dobbo_ said:
Sounds good, but based on overwhelming evidence from other threads, an absolute out right patent lie.
Where is this evidence you speak of?

Just because I disagree with people does not mean I don't want inclusion and acceptance in the world.






bradders

854 posts

216 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Criticising perceived intolerance by intolerant behaviour is intriguing indeed.

_dobbo_

11,412 posts

193 months

Friday 7th December 2018
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Noodle1982 said:
_dobbo_ said:
Sounds good, but based on overwhelming evidence from other threads, an absolute out right patent lie.
Where is this evidence you speak of?

Just because I disagree with people does not mean I don't want inclusion and acceptance in the world.





From your first reply in the first thread I clicked on because I knew exactly what to expect from you in there based on the subject:

Noodle1982 said:
It's always threats of rape and buggery from that lot.
Who are "that lot"?


Noodle1982

1,390 posts

51 months

Saturday 8th December 2018
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_dobbo_ said:
Noodle1982 said:
_dobbo_ said:
Sounds good, but based on overwhelming evidence from other threads, an absolute out right patent lie.
Where is this evidence you speak of?

Just because I disagree with people does not mean I don't want inclusion and acceptance in the world.





From your first reply in the first thread I clicked on because I knew exactly what to expect from you in there based on the subject:

Noodle1982 said:
It's always threats of rape and buggery from that lot.
Who are "that lot"?
Like I said I want acceptance and inclusion in the world. Unfortunately people who threaten rape and buggery will have to change their ways if they are to be accepted and included.

_dobbo_

11,412 posts

193 months

Saturday 8th December 2018
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Noodle1982 said:
Like I said I want acceptance and inclusion in the world. Unfortunately people who threaten rape and buggery will have to change their ways if they are to be accepted and included.
I'm not interested in debating this with you. You've pinned your colours to the mast countless times.

Claiming you want acceptance and inclusion doesn't make it true.


techiedave

7,462 posts

55 months

Saturday 8th December 2018
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Noodle1982 said:
_dobbo_ said:
Noodle1982 said:
_dobbo_ said:
Sounds good, but based on overwhelming evidence from other threads, an absolute out right patent lie.
Where is this evidence you speak of?

Just because I disagree with people does not mean I don't want inclusion and acceptance in the world.





From your first reply in the first thread I clicked on because I knew exactly what to expect from you in there based on the subject:

Noodle1982 said:
It's always threats of rape and buggery from that lot.
Who are "that lot"?
Like I said I want acceptance and inclusion in the world. Unfortunately people who threaten rape and buggery will have to change their ways if they are to be accepted and included.
_dobbo_ said:
Noodle1982 said:
Like I said I want acceptance and inclusion in the world. Unfortunately people who threaten rape and buggery will have to change their ways if they are to be accepted and included.
I'm not interested in debating this with you. You've pinned your colours to the mast countless times.

Claiming you want acceptance and inclusion doesn't make it true.
Maybe if you two could just stop arguing the thread might not get dragged down to the level of so many others.

Penelope Stopit

4,895 posts

54 months

Saturday 8th December 2018
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Noodle1982 said:
Apparently the term vagina isn't gender inclusive so what better term to use than 'front hole'

http://caldronpool.com/healthline-says-using-the-m...
I have just tested this out

I asked if I could rub my genitals against my partners front hole....I now have two black eyes and a baseball bat stuck up my rear hole

Holy st

BlackLabel

12,224 posts

68 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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“School children will be taught that "all genders" can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.

The advice to teachers was approved by Brighton & Hove City Council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation.

The new advice follows a council report which said: "Trans boys and men and non-binary people may have periods", adding that "menstruation must be inclusive of all genders"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/12/16/boys-c...

Johnnytheboy

18,314 posts

131 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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BlackLabel said:
“School children will be taught that "all genders" can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.

The advice to teachers was approved by Brighton & Hove City Council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation.

The new advice follows a council report which said: "Trans boys and men and non-binary people may have periods", adding that "menstruation must be inclusive of all genders"

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/12/16/boys-c...
rofl

You can't beat a well-rounded education.

Jonesy23

3,917 posts

81 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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BlackLabel said:
Brighton & Hove City Council
Tells you all you need to know.


Bullett

9,058 posts

129 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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Is it time to post up the Life of Brian?

kowalski655

8,773 posts

88 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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Penelope Stopit said:
Noodle1982 said:
Apparently the term vagina isn't gender inclusive so what better term to use than 'front hole'

http://caldronpool.com/healthline-says-using-the-m...
I have just tested this out

I asked if I could rub my genitals against my partners front hole....I now have two black eyes and a baseball bat stuck up my rear hole

Holy st
How can you distinguish THIS front hole from the other front holes:nostrils & mouth?
Upper,middle,and lower front holes? Could be awkward describing a heavy bleed without clarification.
Does the belly button count as a hole(albeit a shallow one)?And what if you're an "outtie"? Outist?

If they want to change medical terminology, may I suggest they use an old one...."Idiot"! smile

thetoxicnerve

21,627 posts

122 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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BlackLabel said:
“School children will be taught that "all genders" can have periods in new sex education lessons, in a victory for transgender rights campaigners.
I saw this over the weekend - can't work out if it's sensationalist nonsense or if it's actually true! The mind boggles.

Clockwork Cupcake

61,158 posts

217 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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thetoxicnerve said:
I saw this over the weekend - can't work out if it's sensationalist nonsense or if it's actually true! The mind boggles.
Sensationalist nonsense that does more harm than good. It's like stories of Christmas being renamed "Winterval" and the like. It just exists to get Daily Mail readers hot under the collar and Gammons something to get righteously indignant about.

Halb

49,095 posts

128 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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helping to reduce stigma over menstruation is a good idea, some of the language used in the article seems..silly. But then it's a newspaper, and trust in polls and papers is in short supply.
Seems a waste of money to put sanitary pad bins in boys changing rooms, the uniform thing seems like a good idea, learning about bodies is a good idea. Not keen on the harassment bit...it really depends where the rule slides. It's be wrong for a teacher to bully a kid, but then we can't have kids dictating terms to teachers either...as usual, common sense in the moment would be the best indicator.

Edited by Halb on Monday 17th December 11:22

Justayellowbadge

37,057 posts

187 months

Monday 17th December 2018
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Clockwork Cupcake said:
Sensationalist nonsense that does more harm than good. It's like stories of Christmas being renamed "Winterval" and the like. It just exists to get Daily Mail readers hot under the collar and Gammons something to get righteously indignant about.
Well, Daily Mail readers who have inadvertently picked up the Telegraph.