Hi Left Coast. Good evening. It "amazes" me that people as yourself aren't concerned with the trans movement. It's unraveling the very fabric of society.
No, it isn't. It's unraveling your version of society built around patriarchal gender norms that you've been taught are divinely ordained but that we understand are cultural.
I am concerned with all the violations of the law including gun violence and war however, these things haven't entered in to my workplace.
Yet. You also live in the UK, don't you?
They are certainly other sinful things that have entered in to my workplace such as lying among service users, character assassination and other verbal infractions, however, the trans movement is by far the most far-reaching and having the most unsettling effect among service users. Therefore to answer your question, I will focus my attention on things which are harming the world and this is one of them.
"Unsettling" how, precisely? Their existence makes you uncomfortable?
Gender reassignment doesn't work.
a) that's an inaccurate generalization.
b) All trans and non-binary people dont get surgery.
Any sensible person who has undergone puberty should realize they cannot reproduce proper working genitalia for those who (say) have metoidioplasty or phalloplasty. It doesn't work. Is that transphobic to say?
What do you mean, "it doesn't work?" Doesn't work to do what? Procreate? You understand that is not the sole purpose of genitals, yes?
So what you are left with is women and men, who can't have proper sex, who have undergone surgery to look like their preferred gender, but nothing functions as it's supposed to.
You're making an unspoken assumption about why people might have sex. Consider that.
And you say this isn't harming the world?
Correct. How does the private sex lives of other consenting adults harm you?
How about the fact that the only long term study tells us that 7-10 years they are the most suicidal group, after surgery. But that’s transphobic to say. And suicide doesn't just effect those who choose to end their lives, it effects many more people - family, friends, children, wives, husbands.
It's almost like living in a transphobic society might make a trans person incredibly suicidal, even despite medical interventions. How does making them feel delusional help?