HUH? New study reveals most people don’t want to date transgenders… LGBT activists claim that’s proof of “discrimination”

Monday, August 20, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
NaturalNews.com
Monday, August 20, 2018

A presumably large sum of money was recently spent on conducting a full-scale study to determine whether or not the average normal person is interested in dating a transgender. And the results are about as enlightening as learning that the sky is blue.

Published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, the paper reveals that the vast majority of society has absolutely no interest in being intimately involved with people who erroneously believe that they’re something other than what their biological body parts dictate – a matter-of-fact finding that apparently “surprised” the LGBT mafia, which was quick to declare it as more “proof” of so-called “transphobia.”

Researchers asked 951 normal people and seven transgenders to identify their dating preferences using various postmodern lingo spanning the gender spectrum. Without getting into too many pointless details, they basically learned from this line of questioning that almost everybody wants to date someone of the biological sex to which they’re attracted – even transgenders.

Among those who identified as straight, a statistically insignificant number – 1.8 percent of females and 3.3 percent of males – stated that they would agree to date a trans person. But nearly all of these individuals specified that they still preferred to be with the actual biological sex to which they’re normally attracted – in other words, almost nobody wants to date a trans.

This was very upsetting to the writers at Them.us, a pro-LGBT blog that was quick to chastise normal people for not wanted to spend their lives with mentally-ill, gender-dysphoric significant others who, on top of being certifiably crazy, tend to be militant as they demand that everyone accept them for “who they are.”

The findings, Them.us declared, “are undoubtedly due in part to cisnormativity, cissexism, and transphobia – all of which lead to lack of knowledge about transgender people and their bodies, discomfort with these unknowns, and fear of being discriminated against by proxy of one’s romantic partner.”

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