WHINY AND BROKEN: The Linguistic Minefield Of Today’s Politically Correct Tranny

Sophia Narwitz | Freelance writer

I’m a tranny.

And it’s time to admit that the biggest threat to the continued public acceptance of trans folk is not Donald Trump, the conservative agenda or Russia; the biggest threat comes from the transgendered left and their so called “allies.”

Leftist transgender people and their bald-headed, hairy-arm-pitted, pink-dyed-pubic-haired, non-binary friends (a gender identity, or lack thereof, by the way, that has no scientific backing) are doing more harm to the public perception of trans people than the most verbally abusive transphobic incel who is angry because they can’t get laid.

Each day, the habitually angry leftist LGBT “community” is creating semantic rules that are all but impossible to navigate unless you have helped lay the groundwork yourself. They’ve created a minefield with the expectation that the bombs get triggered, so that they themselves can get psychologically triggered.

Hey Mr. Cis dude reading this  —  scratch that, I hate that fucking word. Hey Mr. NORMAL dude, I bet you didn’t know it’s wrong to say ‘transgendered’ now. Apparently the ‘ed’ at the end of the word is offensive. And no, it’s not because the angry leftist LGBT crowd thinks it represents the name “Ed” and it triggers them as they try to escape a masculine past. Their reasoning is actually even more absurd. They feel it invalidates a transgender person because people don’t become transgendered. They are born that way.

The angry leftist LGBT crowd is delving into linguistics purposely to find a way to get upset. They argue that it’s because it’s grammatically incorrect, but that is arguable at best, and, people don’t get offended over grammar. This is more than just “grammar” to them. But hey, what do I know, I’m just a left-hand, disable transgender person.

Another word bomb that has trans people diving for cover is the word “tranny” (a personal favorite word of mine, by the way). Many trans people have begun to equate it to the n-word — a claim so ignorant that I’m shocked more people of color haven’t left the leftist-sphere. Given that words history with oppression and slavery, to even try to equate it with “tranny” is ridiculous. The most trans folk know of oppression and slavery is when their dominant daddy ties them to the bed and spanks them — oh, and the oppression of free thought that the left has become masters of, but more about that later.

The problem with trying to ban the word “tranny” as so many are attempting to do, is that it ignores the historical context of language. No word, strictly by itself, is inherently offensive. Not even the n-word. Why? Because language is ALL about context. It’s why black rappers frequently use that word and why it’s even a term of endearment between black friends. Even as a white girl, I can use the word appropriately if I am not using it with any intent to insult. That is the key, because as stated, any word can be used offensively. It’s about actively distinguishing the meaning behind how a word is used.

A major problem of the left is the desire to control vocabulary. They want to trust mainstream corporate entities — and, of course, themselves — with the power to dictate what constitutes hate speech. The fault lies with the fact that, to them, the mere use of a word can cause offense. It doesn’t matter if you use “tranny” while discussing the transmission of your car, or if you’re transgender yourself and use “tranny” as a personal label. They just want to blanket-ban words.

This isn’t merely offensive to our right to freedom of speech; it’s offensive to the entire history of language.

Just this very week, I — a fucking trans woman — have been labeled as a transphobic terf (which means “trans-exclusionary radical feminist”). My crime? I used the word “tranny” and argued that, in my context, I clearly wasn’t using it to discriminate against trans folk.

Man, are we sure these trans people identify as women and not shards of glass? Because damn, they sure are fragile.

These people even cry depending on whether you put a space in transwoman or not. I am not joking. I think it’s not offensive if you say it as trans woman with a space, but honestly I don’t even care to check. I’m not going to waste my time googling nonsense, because — guess what — none of this fucking matters!

Outspoken trans activists want to appear way more oppressed than they really are. To achieve this, they need to be able to prove just how discriminatory everyone is towards them. But since this doesn’t match up to reality, they have changed reality to make it line up with them. They have created linguistic rules that the common person has no way of knowing, so that when some ordinary person accidentally activates a semantic trap on Twitter or elsewhere, these angry trans folk can dogpile on them and call them out for being “transphobic.”

These people want to be oppressed because the left awards those that are victims, and now they’re in the most ironic dick-measuring contest of all time in an effort to prove which identity group is the most victimized.

This is even evident in how these wannabe victims misuse stats. In 2017, there were 28 transgendered individuals across the United States who were murdered. LGBT advocates would like you to believe that these people were all murdered due to their gender identity. However, in many cases, there is little to no evidence of this.

Hell, that statistic even includes three dumbasses who thought it was a good idea to charge law enforcement with knives.

Fun fact: That same year, multiple normal people were killed by police for the same reason — so, clearly, gender identity played no role in their deaths-by-cop.

This idea that we’re being murdered en masse has even led to some laughably bad claims. Remember the shrill voiced psychotic trans girl who heckled Rose McGowan at a Barnes and Noble a short while ago? Well, while she was shrieking at the actress she alluded that our deaths are comparable to genocide.

I’m no expert on genocide, but I feel the Jews, Armenians and Rwandans would have a massive problem with this claim.

Now, there’s no denying that general mainstream acceptance of trans people has a ways to go. But what these activists don’t realize is that public perception goes a long way in influencing the laws that dictate our life. To obtain positive change we need to public behind us.

Yet sadly, instead of trying to convince the public to treat us like normal people, trans folk would rather make up lies in an effort to make us out to be more stigmatized than we actually are  –  lies that become obvious with the teensiest amount of research. To make it worse, these same people get offended over the most absurd and ultimately pointless things. And all of this makes us look like the whiniest and most broken people on the planet.

If I roll my eyes at this shit, I can’t even begin to imagine what a non-trans person thinks.

Sophia Narwitz is a freelance writer. You can follow Sophia on Twitter here.


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