I admit: I’m becoming obsessed with the issue of “transgenderism,” and/or “non-binary gender fluidity,” the way it has infected our culture, and see the so-called politically correct attitude that we must ignore any misgivings and instead, express sympathy for the “feelings” of the person who (likely due to unhealed childhood trauma) has decided to (pretend to) change his or her biological sex, as one primary driver of a seemingly deliberate goal to throw elemental human experience into utter confusion and chaos.
I guess I’m up-to-date. From two days ago:
I decided to widen my perspective on the subject. Noticed that one venerable second-wave feminist, an famous/infamous crone just slightly older than myself, author of The Female Eunuch back in 1970, spoke on this topic in 2015:
(Click on this link below. It WILL work.)
Oh my! I had no idea I had so much in common with Germaine Greer. Maybe if I had read that famous book I would know. Absolutely love her — powerfully radical and yet nuanced, and decidedly sympathetic to everyone — way of viewing the world.
So I decided to widen the context even further, and pay deeper attention to her overall perspective. Glad I did!
My favorite Greer quote: “Freud is the father of psychoanalysis. It has no mother.”