YouTuber Jamie Raines sat down with PinkNews to discuss what it’s like to have menstrual periods as a man.
If you think that’s ridiculous, you’re not alone. Join the club of those refusing to be reeducated by the left.
Raines is a transgender man, which means she is a woman who believes she is a man and has chosen to alter her body to appear as such.
Raines asserts in the video that “trans guys can experience periods, and nonbinary people can as well,” which is quite obvious. We know that trans men can experience periods because we know they are women. It’s pretty simple.
Due to her testosterone treatment that started about seven years ago, Raines stopped having periods, but the “incredibly, very unwelcome guest” returned when she switched testosterone medication.
That first period in years reminded Raines of how she felt when they first started, which she described as feeling “very, very down.”
Raines said periods became a “massive source of dysphoria for me.”
“Gender dysphoria” was the term that replaced “gender identity disorder” when it became politically incorrect to say that transgender people suffer from a psychological disorder.
On the basis of no new evidence, the term was redefined to mean depression associated with being the “wrong” gender.
In summary, Raines was referencing the leftist psychological field’s assertion that thinking you’re a man is not a disease, but being born a woman is (or vice versa).
It’s patently absurd.
That’s not all, though. Raines also lamented the branding of feminine hygiene products as being “very female orientated,” which makes sense because only females use them. The market has decided how feminine products are sold, and it’s rather arrogant for a tiny minority to dictate that marketing instead.
It’s hard to believe that this world has come to this, but here we are.
We know there’s a difference between men and women by the time we’re in kindergarten. We know that men and women have different reproductive functions by the time we’re in middle school.
The science isn’t difficult to understand. People are born as men or as women, with some extremely rare cases of ambiguous genitalia.
Some of those men and women do not believe they are men and women, and we shouldn’t cater to their delusions.
It’s not right, it’s not sympathetic, and it’s not helpful.
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