Madness

Started by Sheila, May 02, 2022, 06:15:45 AM

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  • transgender women advice call 999 toilet safety fearsCharity advises transgender women to call 999 if asked to leave female-only toiletsA CHARITY has advised transgender women to call 999 if they feel unsafe after being asked to...



Sheila

I had a bit of bother trying to copy and paste but I'm sure you get the idea.  I don't want any pervert with a willy in a toilet or changing room near my beautiful GD. 



GrannyMac

 Same here Sheila.   :worried:
Its not how old you are, but how you are old. 💖

klondike

Past time this madness was stopped but it won't be.

It's good to moan.

Scrumpy




I don't think the police will bother with trivial stuff like this..
They struggle to get to a break in ....
If I enter a toilet it's because I need to use the loo.. I am not bothered about a guy in a frock.. He/she is not (flashing) his bits and pieces.. There are cubicles..
.. and separate rooms for children..


I walked into a gents loo by mistake once.. I went into the cubicle.. went to wee and when I came out there was a guy standing there.. I said 'I am so sorry'.. He didn't seem at all worried..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Flying Bomb

No more gents/gentlemen or ladies/women toilets anymore,
just put up a big   :?:


Christ, what a terrible country this has/is becoming.
Shan't be sorry to leave it all within a few years.

klondike

Norfolk Police Issues List of 37 Genders and Sexual Identities



A guide listing 37 different gender terms and sexual identities has been issued to police officers and staff to help them when dealing with members of the public.

Norfolk Constabulary's document, 'The + in LGBT', explains current terminology alongside a picture of a 'gender bread person' – a play on gingerbread man.

Critics called it a 'complete waste of taxpayers' money' last night.


The guide, on the force's internal computer system, was obtained by The Mail on Sunday using a freedom of information request.

Some of the terms relating to sexuality, such as 'questioning' or 'asexual', are self evident, but others will be new to most, such as gynosexual (someone who is attracted to feminine gender presentation) and grey asexual (a person who 'experiences attraction rarely').

Another lesser-known term is 'varioriented', which is described as 'when your sexual and romantic orientations do not target the same set of genders'.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10771349/Norfolk-Constabulary-issues-inclusive-language-list-37-sexual-identities-genders.html

Handy explanation of terminology for anybody uncertain....

Pansexual: Attracted to all genders and/or not concerned about gender when attracted to someone.
Bicurious: Open to experiment with other genders, but unsure of forming relationship with multiple genders.
Polysexual: Attracted to many genders.
Androsexual: Attracted to masculine gender presentation.
Gynosexual: Attracted to feminine gender presentation.
Demisexual: Experiencing sexual attraction after forming a strong emotional bond.
Grey Asexual: Experiencing attraction rarely, on a very low scale.
Heteronormative: Belief that heterosexuality is the norm and that sex, gender, sexuality and gender roles all align.
Varioriented: When your sexual and romantic orientations do not target same set of genders.
Erasure: Ignoring the existence of genders and sexualities in the middle of the spectrum.
Genderfluid: Having a fluctuating gender identity.
Agender: Not identifying with any gender.
Bi-gender: Identifying as two genders, (but not exclusively) male and female.
Polygender: When you identify with multiple genders at once.
Neutrois: Identifying as neither male, female nor genderless.
Gender Apathetic: Not caring about identifying as any gender.
Grey Gender: Having a weak gender identification of yourself.
Maverique: Non-binary gender outside of orthodox social bounds of gender.

It's good to moan.

Sheila

Our grandchildren are being taught stuff like this.  I think that is totally wrong.

Scrumpy




Blimey, the vicar will have his work cut out..
Gone are the days when he asked  'Do you take this man/woman to be your lawfully wedded husband/wife...?



Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Michael Rolls

I would be tempted to say that one could not make it up - but some clowns with nothing better to do, do precisely that
Mike
Thank you for the days, the days you gave me
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zoony

Fortunately, I can think for me sen. Don't need other folk telling me how or what.

Jacqueline

I don't want this rubbish either.  There seems to be quite a backlash going on with Feminist groups who say men can't be women, and rightly so.

Cassandra


Foetid woke garbage! :no:
My little Dog - A heartbeat at my feet ...

klondike


It's good to moan.