A dude decides that he’s really a woman. All his chromosomes, his hormones, his physique, bone structure, beard, musculature… every last physical characteristic he possesses — not one single teeny, weeny exception — screams: “Dude!”
But, still, he says he’s a she. The Left agrees, and is leaning on all the institutions of society to conform to the dude’s wishes that, in their view… he’s a she.
Now, this all goes along just fine, and the dude gets hormones, and things lopped, and things added, and different clothing, and new shoes and the like, and all this goes on for five years.
Now, unfortunately, the ex-dude, new-woman, gets into a car accident, and has to go to the hospital. At the hospital, it’s absolutely crucial for medical professionals to know what they’re dealing with. Often, that’s literally a life or death matter.
In society, we can decide all we want that there’s no difference whatsoever between men and women, but medical professionals don’t have that luxury. The outcomes of their efforts are absolutely dependent on knowing all they can possibly know about their patients, and as precisely and accurately as possible.
So, here’s my honest question: what do the medical professionals who actually have to deal — in a potentially life or death situation — with this supposedly “transgender person” do?
If, for example, they treat him as the woman he says he is, they just might kill him. If, however, they deal with actual reality — for medical purposes, the dude’s a dude — they risk the legal repercussions that might come from this very vocal, tiny minority of people who pretend they’re not what they… actually are. At least as far as actual science is concerned.
Interestingly, I’ve never heard any analyses of how the people who have to deal with the aftermath, with the cold, harsh realities of all this nonsensical transgender flapdoodle, without consideration for the politics or fragile egos in question… do it.
Since we hear few incidents, if any (I haven’t heard of any) in which medical professionals have killed any “transgender” people by incorrect medical procedures, we are left to the following conclusion: Hospital and medical personnel ignore the transgender silliness and treat patients according to the sex they actually are.(1)
(1) I used that language advisedly. I did not use the “gender assigned at birth” phrase, because the doctors don’t get to “assign” what you are. The doctors observe and report your sex at your birth. That’s it. You are what you are. In my humble opinion, God “assigns” that, but keeping the religious out of this, the point remains: You are of the male or female sex, and that’s decided by your chromosomal makeup, which is decided at conception. It’s reflected in every last one of the trillions upon trillions of cells that make up your body. You don’t get to change that anymore than Shaquille O’Neal gets to decide not to be tall. Or Hervé Villechaize could, on a whim, decide that he was tall. No matter how much Shaquille or Hervé might have wished it.