Ireland passes law allowing trans people to choose their legal gender

Discussion in 'Ireland' started by Miriam, Jul 16, 2015.

  1. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    I'm wondering how females (Gods version) are going to aim into that thing on the wall, males (Gods version) use in the restroom. :confused::eek::(:cry:. Ninkenpoops who thought of all this; and I suppose they all have phd's.

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  2. DeGaulle

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    All set now with the US lesbian Catherine Zappone appointed as Minister for Children. When the inevitable happens and children start having sex with one another in toilets just wait for the mere dismissal of it as 'perfectly natural', 'experimentation' and 'youthful curiosity'. Any objectors will be dismissed as bigots and oppressors.
  3. Florida Panther

    Florida Panther Jesus through Mary

    Unfortunately they make them already........................


  4. DeGaulle

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  5. Bartimaeus

    Bartimaeus Archangels

    Just look at Scouting Ireland policies and procedures. Its all ok as long as there is no power imbalance between the experimenters. God help us!
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  6. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    So what happens if someone after a good curry splashes all over the bowl, and you're next. HHHMMMM :(

    And the old direction "If you sprinkle when you tinkle, please be neat and wipe the seat." How is that ever going to work with those stupid thingies.
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  7. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    I think the only real solution for everyone is a third toilet option. One for male, a second for female and a third for all the other confused ones. It would not take long for diseases to wipe the b********ers out, and we could get on with being human beings again.
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  8. josephite

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    How about one for males
    One for females and
    One for the confused!

    It also could be titled this way

    Then we could feel safe with our children using the public lavatory, because if a gender confused person walked into a ladies room we would have recourse to the law and state they should have used the confused toilet!

    And they, being of the confused gender would certainly know this; so no more, I'll pardon your confusion.

    No it will be, so you're really not confused, as you didn't use their toilet, so you are just an ignorant perverted w#nk#r and the law will deal with you now!!!

    How good would that be!
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  9. garabandal

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  10. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Julia, I love your style. However, I'm a thick s.o.b. and wouldn't like to give them an inch. It is not good for the insane to indulge their fantasies.
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  11. DeGaulle

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    Like all the secular-liberals she resorts to emotionalism, shrieking of the 'outrage' against women that is denying them the right to murder unborn babies with alleged fatal defects. We all know, and I have no doubt she does too, that the real outrage lies in ripping a voiceless, innocent unborn human being from its mother's womb. Not to mention the sheer effrontery at suggesting such a solution to a child's health issue. Medicine is not such an empirically precise science that a definite prognosis can be reliably made from such a remove as the child in the womb. I was assured that my eldest child was anencephalic the night before she was born. We all celebrated her having managed thirty years of almost entirely joyful life last week, thanks be to God. How would Mrs Higgins like to be informed, on the back of a non-certain (or, indeed, certain) fatal diagnosis, that she couldn't be cured and that therefore she would be killed more or less immediately, for her own good?
  12. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

  13. Sanctus

    Sanctus Guest

    I just read a comment in relation to same-sex marriage and the Catholic faith on The commenter said that a "1600 year 'reign of terror' in Ireland and against gay people was coming to an end" (referring to the Catholic faith). "Reign of terror" :(:cry:....
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  14. CrewDog

    CrewDog Guest

    YUP! I think I've posted what I think the four stages of persecution are:
    1) Mock, Smear & Marginalize.
    2) Legislate against.
    3) Drive underground.
    4) Exterminate.
    In the West we are in Stage Three. In the Middle East it's Stage Four!

  15. DeGaulle

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    Ironically, only when their liberal allies ensure Europe becomes dominated by sharia law will homosexuals realise what persecution is.
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  16. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    See what ISIS does to homosexuals to see what a true reign of terror is!
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  17. Sanctus

    Sanctus Guest

    I agree Garabandal. Also it is ironic because the term "reign of terror" commonly refers to the era of Catholic persecution in France which came after the French Revolution from 1793-1794. I never heard of a homosexual person being put to death in Ireland because of their orientation, so it is a vastly exaggerated expression to use.
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  18. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    When the liberal side refer to prosecution or oppression, they are projecting.

    An example of how truly tolerant is Christianity, and Catholicism in particular, is the untroubled emergence of all the various 'enlightenment' philosophers such as Voltaire, Diderot, Rousseau and so on. Perhaps they should have been guillotined, but we all know this is the progressive way.

    [Tangentially, I read today that 'the rejection of the Enlightenment is the beginning of thought'].
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  19. jackzokay

    jackzokay Archangels

    Well, excuse me! I think you're being unfair to hens. I mean, hens are attractive too you know. Hens have feelings. There should be a law against this to protect your obvious discrimination toward hens.... Then there's the cows. How do you imagine they will be feeling in the midst of all these progressive rights afforded to chickens and hens. Then there are the pigs...and the ducks...and while we're at it shouldn't kitchen tables have rights!
    Someone should inform the Irish government.
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  20. jackzokay

    jackzokay Archangels

    Yes, please post them again

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