I wondered what accounted for Regina O’Doherty’s weirdo extreme views. Here you go
Interesting, so the Irish State is rewriting history. And going along with the idea that these people were always women
Tommy Tiernan How it started - 1997 Late Late Show mocking Christianity
How it’s going for him - having to nod along with an auld cross dresser pretending to be a woman
A Boy Named Suzy…
“I’ve wanted to be S, U, Z, Y since I was ten,” Izzard said in a wide-ranging Q&A with comedian Matt Forde. “That’s how I’m gonna roll so people can choose what they want, they can’t make a mistake, they can’t go wrong,” she said, joking that “I make mistakes with my own pronouns.”
That’s 2 in a week. Joking about “making mistakes” themselves with pronouns. They know how ridiculous the pronoun stuff is so they make light of it at times. But intention is really important to them. You can ‘get it wrong sometimes, ho, ho, ho’. But you can’t refuse to participate in their pronoun game. You can’t actually Be Wrong and get away with it.
This week’s university challenge
“Wexford Woman” “Emily”
Emily is currently studying for her Masters. She is now a trainee pharmacist at Southmead Hospital in Bristol. The Wexford woman was leading a team, representing Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen (RGU).
Yes, I suppose a lot of that sort are experts in pharmacy
Nice find, the end of the 1997 anti-irishtimes piece:
"There are people who are like burglar alarms. If you touch on an issue that they hold impossibly close you set off their sirens and they go mental about it. I’m temporarily hesitant to write any more similar stuff but I’m certainly not going to stop doing it. “Lenny Bruce and Bill Hicks are heroes of mine. Like them, I’m committed to a notion of personal freedom. I try to combine honesty with a wild sense of fun. I’m not going to be bullied by people I feel don’t fit into my idea of Ireland as a generous, pluralist and joyful country.”
So he’s telling us this issue has tripped off his burglar alarm?
He was always a tw*t. And never that funny.
Killarney breathes a sigh of relief as the most dangerous people to come to the town are leaving.
What I read is that 2% of straight men are not actually straight men.
The graphics on that though - it’s designed for kids. Not for adults.
It’s designed to make kids feel guilty.
Obviously this piece is propaganda, but it’s interesting that “non binary” and “bisexual” people are the most messed up in the head in terms of sexual attraction. There is a cross over between bisexuality and sociopathy. But the “non binary” thing is clearly a big sign of a very messed up, distressed person, if not necessarily a dangerous person.
A 2018 study showed that only 1.8 percent of straight women and 3.3 percent of straight men would date a transgender person. A small minority of cisgender lesbians (29 percent) and gays (11.5 percent) would be willing. Bisexual/queer/nonbinary participants (these were all combined into one group) were most open to having a trans partner, but even among them, just a slim majority (52 percent) were open to dating a transgender person.
Seems to have been back in court of Thursday.