I hate American society — but not because I hate what America was meant to be or because I’m a misanthrope. Rather, I hate it because I revere the American Founding and love humanity. Thus, I hate what America has become.
The madmen running American society continue their holy jihad against the Confederate flag, all the while they also war to force society to “accept” the nipples of “trans women.”
The Frederick News-Post reported on Oct. 13 that officials at a high school “asked” students “to change their clothes” because they bore a “Confederate symbol.”
Meanwhile, on Sep. 30, Mashable published, “Do I have boobs now? – Dear Facebook and Instagram, I’m a trans woman starting hormones. Are you going to censor me?”
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My excitement often bleeds into confusion. Shortly after coming out as a woman and before I had started HRT, I was sunbathing topless in my yard when a roommate asked, “Since you’re a girl now, does that mean I’m not allowed to look at you shirtless anymore?” Though he said it jokingly, that thought stuck with me. The next day I went swimming and left a top on, because as a woman I feel ashamed when my nipples are showing, regardless whether the world sees them as a problem.
When people start to consistently see me as a woman, my privilege to be comfortably topless in public will be gone for good.
We can challenge that.
So society becomes outraged at the sight of the Confederate flag or even Union Jack — flies into a rage just thinking about such things. Yet at the same time, it is furious that it isn’t seeing enough of women’s nipples or the nipples of men pretending to be women.
I’m done with this garbage.
I’m not going to explain why society is wrong. The irrationality is self-evident and if someone doesn’t see it there is nothing I can say or do to change his mind.
We are irreparably divided. I have no common ground with people who hate the Confederate flag and want to free the nipple. Nor do I want common ground with such people. They’re evil and we’re enemies. We can never get along with one another.
People on the left and right have said that we can never go back to the way things were and we all must adapt to how society has transformed. I agree. America is gone. The enemies of God have torn it down.
So I accept that things have changed. But this means that I will change as well. Fighting and tearing apart this new normal is going to be a part of my change.
And I’m going to have a good time doing it.
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