Discussion in 'Immigration & Refugees in Ireland' started by BrianBoru, May 13, 2017.
Potato Man I think you're losing it dude
Hey, little Irish kids... do you think you might have a mental health issue? Go On... lets us suggest it you... you can be a special little victim all your life...
Hi I'm Patrick and my mental issue is.... I gender identity as...
The RCC pro-life position is no less or no more rigorous than the ethical vegan argument for not eating meat.
Science "confines itself to" (or at least it should) empirical verification of plausible hypotheses. You're confusing normative value judgement with science.
As it stands the state is more likely to force businesses to let trangendered (or those who claim to be so) men use female changing and/or toilet facilities. So state meddling is almost certainly to be in the opposite direction to what you're proposing. I oppose both.
While I think reasonable accommodations should be made (at the discretion of the business owner), it should be remembered that such individuals are a minuscule percentage of the population. This is a non issue.
Business owners need the state to set their toilet policies no more than they need civil servants to wipe their backsides.
Fairly sure that site's a honeypot/black propaganda project.
I saw one geezer wipe his Aras with his hand.
The dirty c*nt
It did look a bit heavy handed when I checked it out. The amount of convoluted manipulation going on is just unreal.
The Catholic prolife argument is to save as many lives as one can including the pregnancy situation. It's both rigorous and logical. Nuthin' to do with veganism.
I'm outlining the limitations of science and my previous remarks are on point.
The state should not be endorsing the "transgender" lunacy full stop.
One in five child deaths caused by parents being related in London borough
jazus, with so many of them in England surely they could find one that they are not related to? The cousins here have an excuse at least, there is not too many of them.
It's of a dogmatic, first principle nature and impractical, just like the extreme animal rights nutcases.
I think you're confusing normative value judgements with empiricism.
The state shouldn't be involved, fullstop. This is a non-issue.