With all the talk about gendered pronouns nowadays, you’d be forgiven for thinking that vaginas and penises are going out of fashion. But, when a global pandemic fails to dampen our sexual appetites, I really don’t think that is the case. As we all know, having a penis or vagina really helps with climaxing.
And yet, we still get the likes of J. K. Rowling spreading their tripe. They fear that trans and non-binary folk are screwing it up for the rest of us. But this is moronically untrue.
For one, we’ll always have penises and vaginas gracing the world.
For another, no trans or non-binary person is advocating for the eradication of all sexes. It would defeat the purpose if you think about it. In fact, they just want to be appropriately gendered. And is that such a bad thing?
You can still flaunt your cocks and pussies to the world thanks to OnlyFans and a myriad of other erotic websites and dating apps. It’s your life.
And isn’t that the ultimate goal for feminists? To allow women to be free in a male-dominated world? I’d suspect that we all would like to be seen as more than some of our parts. That women are more than just birth-givers. That men are more than just horny toads. Women can be firefighters and men can be nurses. That sort of stuff.
More than that, many radicalised feminists think that trans women are eradicating women’s rights and issues. Little do they know that women’s rights and trans rights are relatively similar. For one, trans women and feminists don’t want their genitals to dictate their life.
But it seems that far too many of us want our vaginas and penises to be centre stage in our life. Stupidly because we believe that trans people using their preferred bathroom is making genitals invisible. (PSA: all toilets, aside from urinals, are genderless.) Not to mention how non-binary pronouns avoid gender altogether. But this is all personal preferences here. Nobody is saying you need to forget your trouser snake or hairy taco. They just don’t want you to acknowledge theirs. Purely because they don’t want to be part of a gendered world that loves boxing people into stereotypes.
The fact is, we live in a world where people should be allowed to be who they want to be. Including you. Most of us will love our dangly bits, and that is perfectly fine. And then some of us don’t. Also perfectly fine. But the moment you refuse to acknowledge a person’s pronoun because you fear the invisibility of genitals, it’s not only rude, it’s counterproductive. You’re saying that we are all dictated by what’s beneath our knickers. That penises and vaginas are the epitome of being human.
But, as I’ve noted, we are more than some of our parts.
In saying that, if you want to hold your genitals on a pedestal, by all means. But please, stop turning non-issues into issues.