Octavius, the human pinball


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frot_hat_gaming
10 months ago

Brilliant Babs’ cabs impression.

Colonel basic
Colonel basic
10 months ago

Well i just hope her landlord and council tax office doesn’t find out she is now a they/them, things are going to get more expensive for the backers otherwise.

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Bert
10 months ago
Reply to  Colonel basic

Someone should tell it that if it identifies as a man and gets paid more then that’s making the gender pay gap worse.

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The Bear
10 months ago

If Sarah thinks she’s disliked in a community right now, just wait until she becomes a detransitioner…

That’ll make Horacegate and doing fuck all to write a book look like a episode of Ballamory compared to what they’ll have in store for you.

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Bert
10 months ago
Reply to  The Bear

The trans term seems pointless these days. Firstly the “trans women are women” thing, if they are women then why does the term trans exist? that suggests someone is transitioning, ie. by eventually having surgery. Secondly, how many people who switch gender are actually going to go the whole hog and have the surgery? This is my whole beef with the “trans rights” campaigners, they want to be able to change gender as easy as changing their Twitter bio. All so they can catch you out by changing it overnight and accusing you of misgendering them.

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frot_hat_gaming
10 months ago
Reply to  George

Totally ageee.
Divide and conquer is still just as valid today.
In the UK we’ve had Corbyn, Brexit, immigration and the so called ‘woke agenda’ of late. All designed to polarise views, and all designed so no one wins.

Next up we have the Human Rights, climate change and people’s sexuality / identity. I mean, you can’t fight an Election without having an ‘us’ v ‘them’ setup.

Bert
10 months ago

You can see why the suicide rate for trans people is higher than for any other group. There’s clearly a lot of very confused, mixed up people and unfortunately they do get persuaded to have the op. I read about one who was going to sue the NHS as a result as it was a big mistake.

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OrdosAlpha
OrdosAlpha
10 months ago
Reply to  Bert

There’s a few pending court cases regarding the NHS and trans stuff. The two that spring to mind are a father suing NHS England to stop them from chopping off his autistic son’s meat and two veg, and there’s the man who’s now suing NHS Scotland for basically ram raiding him into having his meat and two veg chopped nearly a decade ago.

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Bert
10 months ago
Reply to  OrdosAlpha

I read in the news today that the Tavistock place is accepted a person to have surgery who has 14 mental health issues. It’s an utter shambles.

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Bert
10 months ago
Reply to  Bert

Has accepted I mean. Fingers and brain not quite in sync there.

It used to be that people were evaluated to see if they weren’t suffering from some other issues before they were accepted. Now it seems to be they’ll let anyone in not matter how vulnerable.