Transgender Fantasy: You Can’t Transcend Sex, Age, or Height

This video isn’t spoof or satire. It is actually intended to be persuasive and support the transgender cause.

After 23 years of marriage and 7 kids, Stefonknee Wolscht realized she was a transgender woman. But the rejection from her family and friends left her feeling alone and suicidal. That was until the day she realized she could find love and acceptance as a six year old girl. This is part 4 of our 4 part series exploring the lives of transgender Canadians from the website thetransgenderproject.com

Right away the lie is exposed by his own words. He says he could no more change the “fact” that he is transgender than he could change the fact that he is 6 foot 2 inches tall. But what makes his biological height more real than his biological sex? And what makes his “gender” as much a fact as his height, but at the same time discounts his sex? What he says shows that he knows he is engaged in an insane fantasy.

Our own military will soon be forced to accommodate this delusion.

Age is also something objective and real. You can’t transcend your height, your sex, or the passage of time. This late-forties adult male’s insistence that he is a six-year-old girl is pathetic. But it is being treated like a human right.

This is one of the reasons we are seeing these kinds of delusions. People who deny a transcendent God want to displace him. They want to pretend they are transcendent themselves.

Notice that this man abandoned his wife and seven children. As a total narcissist he blames them for not accepting him. This shows you why modern states are so happy to promote the transgender ideology. It enhances their power over the family.

Also, notice that the narrator slips up. Normally trangenderists insist the gender is a social construct while sex is determined by biology. But he says that one’s “sex” is “assigned” at birth. Whether one is male or female is, according to him, not a biological fact, but what one is assigned.

But remember what the man said about his height. Why would the narrator claim that a baby’s sex is assigned any more than the baby’s length and weight?