We will continue to stand with and fight for our transgender friends who have bravely served our country. We have so much work to do, but are #inspired by the incredible support and resistance from people everywhere. Here are some of the many messages posted today from incredible people and partners #Repost @lavernecox @humanrightscampaign @glaad @thetaskforce @translifeline @arianagrande @lalgbtcenter @zebra_coalition @trevorproject
@get_in_the_bubble And I said you tell them. I'm sorry???
It's informative not argumentative @duncan.dooonuts
@moon_man_v3 Oh my gosh yes
@get_in_the_bubble YES YOU TELL EM
I'm all for trans right but when it comes to the military... that's a different subject. Being transgender is a literal mental disorder called gender dysphoria, and with the majority of transgender people, they have had suicidal thoughts or actions. One of the requirements to enter the pool of recruits is that you couldn't have had suicidal thoughts or actions, this automatically eliminates most of the population of the transgender community. Also gender dysphoria is a literal mental disorder and the military doesn't let people with mental disorders in. So saying a person that had/has suicidal thoughts and has a mental disorder go into high stress situations and being tasked to carry a lethal weapon is idiotic.
Transgender individuals have every right to life, liberty and property that all the rest of us have. They are not being mistreated just because there are people who disagree with them or even don't like them. If they are that sensitive, they should have to visit some Muslim majority country such as Saudi Arabia and watch them throw LGBT off buildings and see that they are very lucky and privileged to live in this mean old "racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic" country. Human rights isn't the issue. Want to protect trans rights? Then why do we never here the gay media outlets complain about trans being beaten and killed in eastern countries?