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Should we discriminate against super straight people?

The term "Super Straight" is meant to refer to a preference "of the opposite sex with the exclusion of transgender people."

Should they be harassed and called transphobic?

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What if those people just want to start a family in the traditional sense instead of adopting ;)

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People who identify as Super Gay can be called transphobic because there's no reason to reject a transgender person.

Actually, I'm not sure about this. Do transgender naughty bits look exactly like the real thing ;)

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joecavalry(39822) Clarified
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They can also be called Cisphobic ;)

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excon(15416) Clarified
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Do transgender naughty bits look exactly like the real thing ;)

Hello joe:

I went out with real fat girl once. At least I think she was a girl. But I wasn't sure because her "bits" were hidden in a layer of fat. I boinked her/him too.. Couldn't tell if I had it in, or if it was just one of her wrinkles..

excon

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Are libs allowed to make fun of fat people ;)

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Super Transgender can be called Cisphobic because there's no reason to reject a Cis person.

BTW, can transgender people also be gay and bi-sexual ;)

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Why does anyone care what people label themselves?

Why do people insist on labeling other people?

This is all very strange and weird ;)

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joecavalry(39822) Clarified
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All I know is that we should label libs so that we can get them all riled up and it helps if they label themselves ;)

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Can't we just have transgender people, gay people, bi-sexual people, straight people and the Super version of each one of those and just leave it at that. Why do we have to start adding the phobic postfix. I mean, things confusing enough as it is ;)

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Maybe the Super Straights should join LGBTQ for protection ;)

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I didn't care before, but the surprising number of superphobes have shown that it's absolutely necessary.

LBGTQIASS+

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That thing is starting to look like an alphabet soup ;)

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Talking to yourself? Joe? ;-)

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Pretty much..., yeah ;)

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