Shemale and the Scottish Gender Revolution

Shemale and the Scottish Gender Revolution

Edinburgh is grappling with a bill that aims to recognize genders as a gender and define ‘new’ pronouns to be used when speaking of Scottish ‘castrated’ populations.

James Hansen

Italy, perhaps because of the workings of the Italian language, has – so far – largely saved itself from the worst excesses of the “gender revolution”, which is devouring Anglo-Saxon public discourse. The timid and brash people of imposing the use of asterisks at the end of words to imitate the new customs of English grammar have not followed well, perhaps because of the abandonment or replacement of the role of gender in the national language. Very fundamental is each new a social enthusiasm.

This trend was born in the United States with the legitimate and even noble intention of reducing the web of prejudices about the many human ‘diversities’. However, its rapid bureaucratization has created linguistic monsters, instead undermining understanding and tolerance, disrupting rather than freeing communication.

It is perhaps too early to say whether the phenomenon is declining in the United States, but the most intense battle has long since moved to England, where Whitehall – the British Central Public Administration – now recognizes and enforces the use of more than a hundred possible sexual genders. not only in forms but also in daily interactions both internally and with the public. ‘Administrative’ debates arose – and new ones constantly arise – that have nothing to envy over the medieval question of how many angels could dance on the tip of a pin.

However, it is Scotland – a region that enjoys a high degree of political and administrative autonomy within the United Kingdom – that has reached the pinnacle of the gender debate, publicly – proposals to recognize gender as a gender. is considering. Define the ‘new’ pronouns to be used when speaking, and with the small population of Scottish ‘castrati’ who come to think of it, probably would have made every effort not to have gender.. .

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A not entirely minor part of the ‘administrative difficulties’ to be overcome in the case of eunuchs is linguistic: how to adapt the new ‘identity’ grammar to this limited population, including the politically correct use of the pronoun ‘they’ Also includes – ‘them’, but in the singular. They must serve new to cover the multiplicity of possible sexual identities that exist in each individual, a concept that applies horribly to those who simply deny a priori that they have one.

However, the real problem is that this whole issue becomes downright ridiculous in the eyes of a large majority of the public, concerned with rather terrifying concrete questions: how to deal with the sharp rise in the cost of living, which has happened recently for gasoline. ‘Full’ costs over a hundred pounds – 116 euros at current exchange rates – not to mention what happens when you go to the supermarket…

Under these circumstances, the gender revolution – although it is still prevalent among those who can afford the luxury of tackling it – begins to lose its momentum among voters. How long can this last?

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