Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
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Friday, December 1, 2017

LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP

We are old school. Your sex is the one that every cell in your body has. You can be attracted to the same or the opposite sex, but your own sex never changes.

Gather 'round children! The Canadian Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario has some super interesting new information for you! First, we're going to learn a new acronym. Can you say, "LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP?" Let's try it to the tune of "Old MacDonald!" Everyone sing along! Next, we'll learn what these letters mean. Are you ready?

L — Lesbian (everyone knows what this is, right?)

G — Gay (and I'm sure I don't need to explain this to you smarties!)

G — Genderqueer Now this one is new. So let's make sure we all understand what this means. "Genderqueer; denoting or relating to a person who does not subscribe to conventional gender distinctions but identifies with neither, both, or a combination of male and female genders." That's easy, isn't it, kids? Basically, this is a person who has no idea who or what xey are, okay?

B — Bisexual (That's self-explanatory, isn't it?)

D — Demisexual Oh boy! Another new one! Let's get out the ever-expanding queer dictionary to figure it out! "A demisexual is a person who does not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional connection with someone." This used to be known as monogamous love. But now we throw the word "sexual" on it to make it attractive to the kids. Got it?

T — Transgender (You all know all about this one! These are boys or girls who dress up like the opposite sex and want everyone to pretend not to notice!)

T — Transexual (You are familiar with these people too! Same as above, only they've gone through irreversible surgery to remove healthy body parts because feelings. Let them in your bathroom. Everything is fine.)

T — Two-Spirit Oh my goodness! How exciting! It's another category no one on earth has ever heard of! This one is complicated, dear ones. For sure you have to be a Native American. And smoking a lot of peyote could only help to understand what the heck a two-spirit is. It appears to be a third gender not yet discovered by science and only found in the Native American community by gender studies majors who take adventure vacations and hang out in sweat lodges.

I — Intersex (This is that very rare condition that we used to call hermaphrodite, where a child is born with both sex organs of male and female. It is very rare, as in, hardly ever happens. It is a birth defect.)

Q — Queer Just when you thought you couldn't use the word "queer" because it's an insult, think again! It's back! Queer is an umbrella term designed to describe all people who aren't normies. I think. It's hard to tell. These things do change on an almost daily basis.

Q — Questioning is a term used for people who are still deciding where they are going to fall on this list. It seems contradictory to the "born that way" theory—to have a bunch of people still questioning their sexuality—but the LGBTQWTF brigade says it's fine, so rest assured, there's nothing to question about questioning.

A — Asexual people have no interest in sex. This also used to be known as people who are married with kids. See the classic TV show "Married with Children" for an example.

A — Allies are people who virtue signal constantly on Twitter about supporting their LGBTQWTF friends and family. These people aren't gay, queer, or even questioning! They're simply shielding themselves from the gaystappo squads who come around looking for people who aren't properly broadcasting their approval of the queer agenda. Be an ally, children... if you know what's good for you!

P — Pansexual is just a more confusing way to say bisexual. There really is no difference, only we pretend there is so we can use a word that reminds us of Greek mythology and it sounds more interesting than bisexual, which is so last decade.

P — Polyamorous people are basically leftover hippies who miss communes. Or hardcore Mormons. Either way, they are people who like to have more than one partner, sometimes at the same time.

Now that we've finished our lesson for today, children, it's time for questions! What's that? Why are there no furries on the list?

4 comments:

  1. BIKSS agrees that it's confusing too. He could only handle up to 5 letters!

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  2. Now I’m really confused. I grew up knowing only two genders.
    Question, if a transgender touches itself in the workplace is that cause for sexual harassment?
    Can it sue itself?
    I’m waiting for that in the news.

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  3. Oh good gravy...I'm so confused. But then again...that's on a need to know basis and I don't need to know. But thanks for trying to educate me. Bogey. ;)

    PS...good one, Hands63...wonder if your insurance pays off if you sue yourself for sexual harassment. LOL

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

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  4. Same as Hands, grew up knowing only two genders. Far too confusing.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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