Jun 29, 2021

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how the building collapse can serve as a forewarning against transgenderism

On June 24, 2021, Champlain Towers South, a 12-story beachfront condominium building in the Miami suburb of Surfside, Florida, United States, partially collapsed. As of post time, nine people have been killed and 152 people remain missing as rescue operations continue.

The cause of the collapse has yet to be determined. There were however concerns about the structural integrity of the building that either was neglected or ignored; well that was until the collapse occurred.

Since June 24, there have been all kinds of damage control taking place among experts and authorities about the collapse.

It’s all forcing hard conservations about, the kind of conversation people and organizations are hoping to have about the transgender movement.

I can’t put an estimate into how many people have been warning against transgenderism. My best guess is that they number in the hundreds. Here at ngblog, yours truly started out as an ally, advocate, and activist for transgender rights and inclusion but eventually became a foe of the movement or community.

I now run and manage LGB Alliance NYC, an online organization that seeks to drop the T from LGBT or LGBTQ or LGBTQIAplus, whatever it might be. It changes like the wind.

I’m also seeking to manage and run LGB Alliance USA.

Because the damage transgenderism has done to our world is irreversible. We can’t be rebuilt the way buildings can. Champlain Towers will be rebuilt. We can’t.

Although coincidentally, the building collapse occurred during Pride Month. Of course, no one but me will make the correlation because the media is in the pockets of Big Pharma and most of the people involved in the gender-critical movement are only interested in earning a modest income for themselves and their social family.

Why would they warn against the dangers of transgenderism, especially now while millions remain tuned in like ghouls waiting for miracles or further tragedy?

Short and sweet, no one wants to.

One of the arguments made by transgender activists and their LGB and straight allies is the relative normalcy of being trans. They’re just like everyone else so we’re told, over and over and over again. They just want the same rights straight and LGB people now enjoy, so we’re told, over and over and over again.

The problem with this argument or claim is that it’s simply not true. A snapshot of the community, tells the exact opposite story, a community that is hateful and paranoid and often violent, threatening violence and suicide if they don’t get their way.

Recently, while searching a hashtag on Twitter, I came across a tweet from a gender-confused teenager who was using his school-issued Chromebook to research how to kill himself.

I reported the tweet to Twitter and The Trevor Project.

I would love to provide a snapshot of that tweet as well as the conversation I had with someone about it, but I’m unable to. I got yelled at for interfering with a trans person’s desire to live their lives.

Does that include researching suicide?

As I write this, the death toll in the building’s collapse rose to ten. Oddly, people and authorities are still expressing hope that more people will be found alive. They’re being foolish and stupid. They’re acting and behaving the same way we all were and still are about trans people being a misunderstood minority.

Instead of searching for bodies, how about searching for answers?

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