December 19, 2018
Selecting a YouTube video to watch is like trying to separate the wheat from the chaff. After finding what can be considered as a reliable source of information, I viewed a video about transgenderism in the modeling profession. This topic seemed interesting. Basically, the video was making the case that transgenderism is fairly common in the modeling and acting professions.
Photos were shown of gorgeous female models who were men and handsome male models that were female. Can you imagine a person in a relationship eventually finding out that there significant other was at one time the opposite sex or is about to change into the opposite sex. Talk about skeletons in the closet, you can be sure that this is one skeleton will never see the light of day.
The truth about the human sexual mystique will never be revealed for fear of empowering the public. It has been generalized that every family has at least one member who experiences sexual dissonance. Is it possible that transgenderism is more common in society than we think? The following is a common description of what being a transgender is: “denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity does not correspond with the gender assigned to them at birth.”
Is it possible to be a quasi-gender? Quasi-gender can be either a male or female, when in utero the determined sex is unable to complete their sexual conversion biochemically or hormonally to become a completed male or female. When born they may have the complete urogenital systems but biochemically or hormonally they have not made the total transition to their assigned gender.
At some point outside the uterus during biological and psychological development an individual may have a feeling of morphing into the opposite sex. If this transition cannot be completed the individual will experience sexual dissonance. I would imagine sexual dissonance might be like trying to escape bondage from a madman.
It is believed that industrial pollution is a major cause of quasi-genderism. It is fairly common knowledge that the by products from the petro-chemical industries can compete for estrogen or testosterone receptor sites. These affected receptor sites would impact quasi-gender individual’s, not as much as those individuals who have made their total sexual conversion in utero.
This is only a hypothesis but it is believed that in industrial societies 35% to 45% of the populations are quasi-genders. Besides morphing into the opposite sex, quasi-genders can exhibit the following; difficulty in reproducing naturally, unable to reproduce naturally and no inclination for sexual relations.
The other controversial part of this hypothesis concerns immigration. The United States is an industrial power that is addicted to “cheap” labor. The source of this “cheap” labor is third world countries. Since industrial pollution is a major culprit in declining reproduction rates in industrial societies, could another reason for encouraging immigration be enhancing the diversification of the genetic pool for reproduction? Immigration serves to recharge the genetic diversification in an otherwise declining population e.g. the Caucasian race.
W. O. Belfield, Jr.