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Transgender Activists Are A Lot Like Pennywise The Clown

•, By Brandon Smith

Transsexual cosplay has somehow become the reigning social issue of our era, with trans activism taking precedence within government, public schools and even the corporate world. For reasons that defy logic the question of "trans rights" has superseded all other conflicts regarding civil liberties. A group that comprises less than 0.5% of the US population has been dictating the national discussion.

Not only that, but there is reasonable suspicion that a majority of these people are not actually "trans" but are simply joining what they see as an opportunistic trend. Perhaps it's to get attention they feel they are entitled to. Perhaps it is a way to feel as if they are a part of something historically meaningful as they do little else with their lives. Perhaps it is a play to get special treatment and special protection under victim group status.

Becoming trans is, after all, the easiest way for an otherwise straight white person to climb to the top of the oppression totem pole.  And in a world where being a victim is a currency, that's a highly valuable option.

But then again, the biggest reason trans ideology has become such a point of contention in our country is because it seems to have an unhealthy obsession with the grooming of children. We've all seen the video clips on social media of grown men in women's stripper garb twerking in front of toddlers for dollars. And while we might experience a natural repellent disgust in response to this, it's important to recognize that the majority of trans activists feel "proud" and vindicated. They actually think it's a win. Normal people are on an entirely different end of the moral spectrum from trans activists and there can be no diplomacy with such a group.

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