Javier Luna

Schenectady, NY, United States

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Javier Luna
Posted over 2 years ago
Should the Girl Scouts Allow Transgender Students to Join the Organization?
I accidentally posted this at the top instead of making a reply... Simply because someone has a few chromosomes of the opposite gender or acts more feminine or masculine than others does not mean they are of the opposite gender. One might want to think like the opposite gender, but it is controllable just as my thoughts of lust are. Some may be more likely to be transgender b/c of biological or social influences but it does not mean they have to. There are only two genders - male and female - and those who argue they have an extra chromosome or have another body part were made that way because of a genetic defect (emphasis on 'defect') and are one set gender.
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Javier Luna
Posted over 2 years ago
Should the Girl Scouts Allow Transgender Students to Join the Organization?
Simply because someone has a few chromosomes of the opposite gender or acts more feminine or masculine than others does not mean they are of the opposite gender. One might want to think like the opposite gender, but it is controllable just as my thoughts of lust are. Some may be more likely to be transgender b/c of biological or social influences but it does not mean they have to. There are only two genders - male and female - and those who argue they have an extra chromosome or have another body part were made that way because of a genetic defect (emphasis on 'defect') and are one set gender.
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Javier Luna
Posted over 2 years ago
Should the Girl Scouts Allow Transgender Students to Join the Organization?
By this reasoning, you are saying we are what we think, therefore, if I think and truly believe I am a frog, then everyone should accept me as a frog and treat me as such. Or, perhaps, in a more realistic manner, if I believe I am a sexual beast, then I am such, and should be allowed to perform unmentionable sexual acts whenever and wherever I want. We are what we are, not what we think. You can't deny science and say, "I'm a girl" when you clearly have been born a boy.
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Javier Luna
Posted over 3 years ago
Do you think that misunderstanding is the greatest issue of all?
I don't know whether or not I'd consider it the greatest issue, but I think misunderstanding very divisive. As humans, we all are essentially the same. We are born the same into a messed up world and we all take very different paths, but we all have struggles, we all deal with sin, we all feel emotion, etc. It can be hard to accept people who hold very different viewpoints, or live a very different life, but at the core, we all have things in common, and I think it would be awesome to set our differences aside and be more like friends than enemies. However, is it solvable? I strongly believe it is not humanly possible to resolve the matter. That would take an act of God (another debatable topic, I know). Humanity is just too messed up, we are too set in our ways, and while there may be people who are willing to change, as a whole, the world will never change.